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Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum is committed to supporting individuals who dream of a future in aviation. The Museum’s Scholarship Funds perpetuate our mission and vision, enabling recipients to pursue training and education to accomplish their goals.





Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum offers two Scholarships that support individuals who dream of a future in aviation. The Museum’s Scholarship Funds perpetuate the museum’s mission and vision, enabling recipients to pursue training and education to accomplish their goals. Learn about the need for aviation related careers, the impact that our scholarship has had on scholarship recipients and the process on how to apply for our scholarships. Hear words of wisdom from three previous scholarship recipients, Tanya Rames, a flight attendant for Hawaiian Airlines who earned her pilot wings and Certified Flight Instructor license through training here in Hawaii, Air Force Lieutenant Genevieve Anonsen, who has earned her wings and has started flying an F-16 for the Washington DC Air National Guard and Captain Sarah Hudgins, a commercial pilot and First Officer for Envoy Airlines.

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Scholarships

Name

Col. Robert F. Szul Scholarship Fund

Award

Based on Availability

Status

Open

Robert Szul, known as Bob, was a dedicated volunteer with Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. As an active volunteer, Bob worked to help build, and maintain, a safe and fun educational experience for youth. Through his exceptional character, he was able to convey his love of flight along with the instilled values from his own military training and service. He served as a mentor and advocate for young people, knowing his own aviation experience inspired and motivated students with whom he connected. At the museum, Bob reliably and consistently volunteered for education programs. He saw first-hand how involvement in these programs supported future goals, achievement, and success.

This Scholarship Fund will support classrooms and youth organizations experience and participate in the dynamic education programs offered at Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. Interested teachers or youth group advisors who seek support to bring their students to the museum should contact our Education Department. Please email Education@PearlHarborAviationMuseum.org or call 808-445-9137 for more information.

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Unavailable Scholarships
Upcoming

Scholarships

Name

Frank Der Yuen Aviation Scholarship

Award

$1000+

Status

Closed

Frank Der Yuen was an internationally respected aeronautical engineer, airline executive, and consultant. A graduate of Harvard and MIT, he designed the all-weather, self-propelled passenger loading bridges for airliners that are used in every major airport. Mr. Der Yuen served as Executive Director of the Honolulu Airlines Committee, and vice president of Aloha Airlines. He was one of the designers of the Daniel K. Inouye (Honolulu) International Airport, and helped create Pacific Aerospace Museum once housed there.

The Frank Der Yuen Aviation Scholarship honors the aviation legacy of Frank Der Yuen. It is a competitive program that supports Hawaii residents who want to pursue aviation-related education and training. Financial grants of at least $1000 are awarded each year to Hawaii residents who have been accepted, or are enrolled, in an aviation-related program at an accredited trade school, college, or university. Awards will be made without regard to gender, race, religion, or national origin.

Reopens for applications in fall 2021.

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Name

Col. Robert P. Moore Scholarship

Award

$1000+

Status

Closed

The Col. Robert P. Moore Scholarship offers two different options to help deserving students with the support and incentive needed to continue their study.

Initial Pilot Training: Supports Hawaii residents in acquiring their initial FAA aircraft pilot certificate. The scholarship can be used for any level pilot certificate, including: 1) private, sport, recreation, and 2) in any category of aircraft—airplane, rotorcraft, glider, or LTA. Drone pilot certification is NOT approved.

FAA Certified Flight Instructor (CFI): Awarded to Hawaii-based FAA Commercial Pilots (or ATPs) getting their initial or additional FAA Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) certificate in any FAA Category aircraft.  The applicant must have already satisfactorily completed the FAA-required written test(s) for the CFI certificate, if applicable. A copy of the test completion certificate(s) must be provided with the scholarship application.

Please Note: Scholarship recipients have up to one year to complete stated flight goals after notice of award. After completing the flight objectives, scholarship recipient must submit a letter to the Scholarship Committee outlining the results of their scholarship award. Scholarship funds are distributed to the training provider and/or student. If the student is enrolled in a collegiate program, the funds are sent directly to the college or university for the student’s account. For a FAA FAR 141 Flight School, funds are provided after student completes training, and the school attests to the achievement of certain benchmarks (usually solo or after 15-20 hours). Additional details will be provided to scholarship awardees.

Reopens for applications in fall 2021.

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