As part of PNAA’s commitment to workforce development, we have maintained a scholarship fund since 2009. Eligible students enrolled in participating aerospace programs are granted scholarships of a minimum of $1,000. The program has grown substantially since its inception, and we were able to award $31,750 in scholarships at 2018’s Aerospace Conference. Click here for more info about 2018's scholarship program. Click here for the scholarship flyer.
We are very grateful for the support of our corporate Scholarship Donors who have each contributed at least one $500 scholarship to support a student enrolled in an aerospace program at a Pacific Northwest institution.
Participating Colleges & Universities:
Scholarship donors may choose to apply their donations to the following career paths: Supply Chain (manufacturing, production, design & related fields) or Aviation (pilot, air traffic control and related), at these participating schools:
- Big Bend Community College
- Clover Park Technical College
- Edmonds Community College
- Everett Community College
- Green River College
- North Idaho College
- Renton Technical College
- South Seattle Community College
- Spokane Community College
- University of Washington
- Washington State University
PNAA's Scholarship Program
Click here to read about PNAA's Scholarship Program
Karl Fagan Memorial Scholarship
The Karl Fagan Memorial Scholarship was established to honor the life of PNAA board member Karl Fagan who passed away in March, 2011. It is awarded annually to a student pursuing an aerospace education. PNAA has pledged $1,000 each year to this scholarship, in addition to outside contributions.
Thank you for contributing to PNAA's Scholarship Program.
To make a donation of any size, please click the button below:
PNAA Scholarships Change Lives - One Student at a Time
Father of four – Aviation Maintenance Program
Roger says: "I attend college full time with a family of four. This contribution that you have made to my education and family fills me up with more gratitude than I can express.” He intends to graduate from the Spokane Community College Aviation Maintenance Program.