What is the Boeing Scholars program?
The Boeing Scholars program is an initiative of The Boeing Company to develop qualified students for careers in aviation, with a special interest in aeronautical science and aviation maintenance science.
Who is eligible to apply?
All admitted Embry-Riddle students are eligible for the scholarship, but preference will be given to females, veterans (or their spouses/dependents using the GI bill or related programs) and underrepresented minorities with a strong academic background and demonstrated financial need. No application needed -- Students who meet the scholarship criteria will be automatically reviewed for this award and other Embry-Riddle scholarship opportunities.
What benefits are offered through this scholarship?
The scholarship’s financial award will range between $5,000 to $7,500/year for two years. Boeing Scholars, who remain part of a special cohort throughout their career at Embry-Riddle, will have access to additional benefits, including, but not limited to:
- Group projects
- Trips to Boeing facilities
- Potential internship opportunities
- Formal mentorship and/or other opportunities to informally connect with Boeing employees
- Invitations to receptions and other events