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King-NAFI Scholarship Deadline Approaches – AviationPros.com

There’s a lot to remember this time of year. We have the holiday season, with its festivities, rushing about to find gifts for our family and friends, traveling, end of year business activities and so on. We all end up with a long list of things to do and sometimes we let things slip by.

That’s why I’m writing to remind you that the deadline for the third annual King Schools-NAFI Scholarship is January 3rd, 2019. This scholarship awards the deserving applicant $5,000 toward an initial or add-on flight instructor rating, plus access to the entire King Schools library and FIRCS for life, for a total scholarship value of more than $18,000. The winner of the scholarship will be announced and introduced at Sun ‘n Fun 2019.

This is a great opportunity for a flight instructor to advance their career. I encourage you to click here to learn more or click here for a scholarship application.  

We’re proud of the previous winners, Terry Carbonell, the 2017 winner, and Pete Muntean, the winner in 2018. They both exemplify the high standards of excellence to which we should all strive.

Thanks to King Schools for this wonderful opportunity available to NAFI members.

Meanwhile, if you’re still looking for that perfect gift for a deserving flight instructor, please consider a NAFI gift membership. Just click here to be guided through the process. What better way to show a flight instructor that you want to help them grow and achieve even greater success in aviation.

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