|Scholarships & Awards Deadlines
♦ August 15th, 2016 Opening date for accepting award applications.
♦ December 1st, 2016 Closing date (Must be postmarked by date)
♦ January 2017 Recipients will be notified.
2017 Awards and Scholarships will be presented at the AWAM Scholarship & Awards Breakfast sponsored by Pratt & Whitney, to be held at the Disney Coronado Resort March 4, 2017.
2017 Scholarship Awards recognize inspiring individuals that have been devoted to the maintenance field, have had the courage to make their dreams come true and in addition have encouraged others.
Nominees must have demonstrated, among other qualities, their commitment to community and/or campus service, leadership, responsibility, and professionalism. Recipients are recognized annually during AWAM’s annual meetings and other conferences.
Awards nominations for 2017 are now available.
Complete an AWAM Award Application.
2015 Salem Saoud
2014 Monica Miller
2013 Raquel Oliva
2012 Karen Knewston
2011 Rasheedah Grafton
2010 Felicia Kaylor
2009 Yesenia Arroyo
2008 Brittany England
2007 Katherine Crysel
2006 Rebecca Hopkins
2005 Anna Margaret Romer
2004 Christi Garner
2003 Nancy Jones
2002 Nicole Cagnolatti
Student of the Year Award
Honoring a deserving, hardworking student with great a attitude.
|Special recognition in the area of art depicting women in aviation maintenance was awarded to the following recipients:
2001 Don Freight,
“Rosie and the Fork-tail Devil”
1999 Cher Hogan,
|AWAM Art Award
In conjuction with CAE SimuFlite and Flying Magazine, AWAM supported an Aviation Art Award to recognize artists depicting women in aviation maintenance.
This juried aviation art show was first held in 1993. AWAM became involved in 1999 when AWAM presented Cher Hogan with a special recognition award for her painting “Personal Touch,” which depicted women in the aviation maintenance career field.The CAE Horizons of Flight Art Awards is one of only two non-military art competitions and exhibitions in the United States. It was created to support aviation artists by displaying and promoting their work to the public.
Aviation art entered in the competition is displayed at the CAE SimuFlite’s Dallas/Fort Worth training center. In addition to the general public, the show is seen each week by hundreds of pilots and maintenance technicians who train at CAE SimuFlite.