McAllister Memorial Scholarship

Scholarship Description

Applicants must meet the following criteria:  1. Be a U.S. citizen.  2. Be of junior or senior standing at the time the application is     submitted with at least one semester/quarter to be completed after     September 1.  3. Have achieved academic proficiency (grade point average) at time     of application of 3.25 or better (on a 4.0 system).  4. Be enrolled in a baccalaureate level, non-engineering aviation     degree program at a four-year institution and plan to continue the     following year (community college students are eligible when they     have transferred to a four-year insititution).  The applicant’s college     must be listed as an organization described in section 170(c) of the     Internal Revenue Code of 1954.  5. Submit a 250-word maximum typed, double-spaced paper on What     three factors would you address in improving general aviation     safety?  Be realistic in your expectations.  Consider time, human     learning, resistance to change, regulations, and economic impact.  6. Application must be accompanied by an official transcript from     applicant’s college or university.  The Registrar’s Office can mail     your official transcript to the below address or place in a sealed     envelope so you can mail with your application form.

Year of Need: College Senior, College 5th Year,

Type: Merit Based

Num Awards: 1

Min Award: 1000

Max Award:

Deadline: 2022-03-31


Sponsoring Organization AOPA Air Safety Foundation
421 Aviation Way
Frederick, MD 21701

Contact Person: Scholarship Coordinator

Phone: 301-695-2000

Fax: 301-695-2375