Scholarship Resources

Important links

March 17, 2024: United Airlines ‘Aviate’ Flight Academy: Where To Start. A terrific resource for young people (and their parents) with answers to many questions about how to get started on a career in aviation.

March 14, 2024: Soaring into the Future: FAA Invests $13.5 Million to Bolster Aviation Workforce Interesting story about FAA programs to encourage young people to become aviation mechanics.

About this page

On this page, we’ll be assembling a selection of resources to help you pursue—and pay for—the education needed for a rewarding career in aviation and aerospace.’On this page, we’ll be assembling a selection of resources to help you pursue—and pay for—the education needed for a rewarding career in aviation and aerospace.

As you can see, it’s still a work in progress. For now, if you’d like to discuss how you can navigate the path from student to aviation professional, contact Debbora Losch, the Aviation Museum’s education director.

Debbora can be reached at dlosch@nhahs.org, or call her at (603) 669-4820 ext. 405.

Debbora did it herself. Coming from a low income family with no background or ties to aviation, Debbora found work after high school in an aircraft restoration business. She then enlisted in the U.S. Army, becoming a mechanic specializing in the maintenance of Apache helicopters.

The photos below are scenes from Debbora’s journey. Let her story be your inspiration! For anyone of any background who aspires to a career in aviation or aerospace, the sky’s the limit!