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Women in Corporate Aviation (WCA), the premier non-profit mentoring association for professionals in corporate and business aviation, has announced its 2017 Spring Scholarships, which include close to $5,000 in leadership, training and certification opportunities. WCA members are encouraged to apply by January 7th, 2017.

Remember you must be an active member to apply. Many of the scholarship offerings do not cover travel and expenses, that includes the WAI Conference. As a winner of any scholarship you are responsible for your own travel expenses and conference fees if you decide to attend the conference. We look forward to reading all of your submission packages. If you have any questions, please send an email to the scholarship committee:

Important Dates

  • Oct 10 - Scholarship application window opens
  • Jan 7 - Scholarship application deadline
  • Feb 4 - Scholarship winners notified

Women in Corporate Aviation Spring Scholarships

Scholarship recipients will be notified on February 1. The awards ceremony will be held on March 3rd during the 28th Annual International Women in Aviation Conference.

WCA scholarship rules and information:

  • Applicants must be current, dues-paying WCA members. To join or renew your WCA membership, visit:
  • Members may apply for a MAXIMUM of 2 scholarships.
  • Log into to view scholarship application.
  • Applications must include a 500-word essay, two letters of recommendation and certificates, transcripts, and résumés, as applicable.
  • WCA is not responsible for housing, transportation or other associated fees.
  • The awards must be used within one calendar year. 
  • For questions not addressed on the WCA website, email

About Women in Corporate Aviation WCA is a premier 501(C)(3) non-profit premier mentoring association for professionals in corporate and business aviation. Providing networking, mentoring, scholarships and educational opportunities for current and future corporate/business aviation professionals, WCA offers individual and corporate memberships. Scholarships are offered twice annually with the amount based on current funding. The WCA scholarship program is self-funded through member dues and sponsorships from contributing individuals and corporations. For additional information on WCA scholarships or to donate, please contact the current WCA Scholarship Chair at

  • ATI International Flight Procedures Training Scholarship - Value: $1,700

    Air Training International (ATI) is pleased to offer the ATI International Flight Procedures Training Scholarship. Geared toward the current professional pilot or one pursuing professional pilot education, ATI’s International Procedures Initial course melds international procedures with cockpit resource management concepts and aircraft performance considerations, into a truly worthwhile learning experience that emphasizes proactive execution over rote recitation. ATI’s Initial Training is available online or in-person at their Southlake, TX, facility and meets the recommended minimum training curriculum necessary for a pilot to be considered qualified for international operations as outlined in the Inspector’s Handbook 8900.1.

  • Dassault Falcon Jet Corporation Scholarship - Value: $1,000

    Dassault Falcon is awarding a $1,000 scholarship to support a woman seeking to pursue an undergraduate or graduate degree in an aviation-related field. The applicant must be a U.S. citizen, fluent in English and have maintained a GPA of 3.0 or better (on a 4.0 scale) in her most recent year of schooling. Applicant should submit two letters of recommendation, copies of flight logs if applicable, resume, and a one-page essay detailing her current educational status, and what she hopes to achieve by pursuing a degree in aviation and her aspirations in the field.

  • WCA Corporate Aviation Career Scholarship - Value: $2,000

    The Women in Corporate Aviation Career Scholarship is offered by the members and sponsors of Women in Corporate Aviation to any person pursuing professional development or career advancement in any job classification of corporate/business aviation. The award must be used toward a specific program of education. Suggested uses include (but are not limited to): Flight training, dispatcher training, maintenance training, corporate flight attendant training and upgrades in aviation education. The award cannot be used for general business course work. Scholarship will not be awarded to previous winners of Women in Corporate Aviation scholarships. If you are a pilot please submit copies of pilot licenses, medical and logbook pages with your application. Additionally, this scholarship will be run through Women in Aviation International (WAI), please provide your WAI member number in your application.

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