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Scholarship Information

APSA 2022 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION PERIOD IS NOW CLOSED

  

APSA REGION SCHOLARSHIPS APSA logo Round Transparent

Sponsored by the Airborne Public Safety Association (APSA)

Twelve (12) scholarships for $2,500 to each recipient

Two (2) per Region (Canadian, Central, Midwest, Northeast, Southeast and Western)

These scholarships are available to high school seniors.


NORM JACOBSON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS MDH FULL COLOR LOGO PRIMARY 01

Sponsored by MD Helicopters

Two (2) scholarships for $2,500 to each recipient

These scholarships are available to high school seniors.


JAMES BLAND MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP JWB1

Sponsored by James Bland Memorial Fund

One (1) scholarship for $2,500 to recipient 

This scholarship is available to high school seniors.


ALAN PURWIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP HelinetLogo 1

Sponsored by Helinet

One (1) scholarship for $2,500 to recipient

This scholarship is available to high school seniors.


ASTAR SCHOLARSHIP AIRBUS Logo 2017

Sponsored by Airbus Helicopters

One (1) scholarship for $1,500 to recipient

This scholarship is available to high school seniors.


CLINT HUNTER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPSAFRAN LOGO rvb

Sponsored by Ryan & Christie Miller

One (1) scholarship for $2,500 to recipient

This scholarship is available to high school seniors, full-time college/university or accredited trade school students.


Scholarship applicants are encouraged to submit their applications online at www.publicsafetyaviation.org.  If your files are too large to be delivered via email or submitted through the website, they can be mailed on a jump drive to:

Airborne Public Safety Association
Attn: Dan Schwarzbach
50 Carroll Creek Way, Suite 260
Frederick, MD 21701
dschwarzbach@PublicSafetyAviation.org

APSA Scholarship applicants are considered for ALL scholarships for which they may be eligible (please do not submit more than one application), with a ranking system utilized to determine the recipient of each. All scholarships are awarded in U.S. dollars. Previous scholarship recipients are not eligible to receive the same scholarship. Incomplete submissions may result in disqualification.

Questions regarding the application process should be directed to the APSA Executive Director/CEO, Dan Schwarzbach at (301) 631-2406 or dschwarzbach@PublicSafetyAviation.org.

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