Allison CouchStudent Pilot, Brampton Flight Center
Ronaldo L. Del YoungStudent Pilot, University of Waterloo
Cleveland L. GlintonStudent Pilot, Canadian Flight Academy
Jakim A. GillStudent Pilot, Western University
The scholarship Award is open each year to UPN (Urban Pilots Network Inc.), applicants who have successfully participated in UPN community youth programs offered throughout the Greater Toronto Area.
This scholarship makes possible the attainment of an Aviation Bachelor's degree, a two-year Aviation Diploma, or pilot license/certifications determined in a competition among eligible applicants that is judged by a UPN Scholarship Committee.
Awards for scholarship recipients start at a minimum of $1,000 but vary from year to year. Applicants can receive different levels of awards based on the strength of their application. They are granted to applicants enrolled in a university Aviation Bachelor's degree, a college Aviation Diploma program or accredited aviation training program.
Applicants must demonstrate a 2.5 grade average or higher during the last two years (i.e. grade 11 and 12) of secondary, pre-university preparatory schooling or during current post-secondary year. Transcripts must be official academic transcripts with school seal, mailed to UPN scholarship committee address noted on application package
If applicant is a part of an accredited post-secondary aviation program (i.e. flight or aviation maintenance training program, then applicant must provide proof of enrollment in program). Copy of license, current medical and copy of logbook demonstrating hours towards course taken will be acceptable proof of enrollment.
Applicants must also demonstrate a keen interest in aviation with proof of being part of aviation activities (i.e. air cadets, flight training, etc.). Applicants must show proof that he/she has been accepted into or is currently enrolled into a post-secondary institution. Must be planning to graduate high school during the winter or by the end of the spring school year (i.e., normally a high school senior or completing the last year of college preparatory work);
Applicants must be between the ages of 16-30 (sixteen to thirty) years to be qualified for the consideration of being a recipient of this award.
To applicants who do not intend to work without interruption for an Aviation Bachelor's degree or completion of an Aviation Diploma,
To applicants who do not get involved with UPN youth programs as a volunteer
To applicants who do not plan to enroll in an accredited Aviation University College or accredited aviation program (i.e. flight training program).
The Application Packet must be completed and postmarked no later than the closing date of April 23rd each year. Your application can be sent one of two ways:
To be valid for consideration, an application must be submitted on the appropriate form.