2020 FLIGHT SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED
Benjamin Rubash $2500 Col. C.E. Bud Anderson Flight Scholarship
Benjamin is working towards his Private License in the Cessna 172 at Mach 5 Aviation. His goals include becoming a Commercial Pilot and flying passengers all over the world. Benjamin joins a long list of successful scholarship recipients at Auburn Aviation Association and was also granted a Scholarship Lifetime Membership in our organization. Welcome Aboard Benjamin !
Benjamin (center) with John Herndon, Mach 5 Aviation (right) and Don Wolfe, A.A.A. (left)
Scholarships are paid to flight schools on the Auburn Airport on behalf of individual working toward an FAA airmen certificate. Scholarship recipients have up to one year to use the funds.
We invite you to become part of our program by giving tax deductible dollars towards helping new pilots get their start. Especially those young people with the goal and the will to fly. We are guiding them into aviation with the annual Col. C.E. "Bud" Anderson Scholarship. Learn more about Col. Anderson and his amazing career.
Won't you help us? Use the link below to make a cash donation directly to the Auburn Aviation Association Educational Endowment Fund. This fund will support our aviation related scholarship program for decades in to the future. Scroll down to donate to our general operating fund or to the endowment fund.
Estate donations, vehicles and other tangible assets may be donated by contacting Placer Community Foundation via the same link.
Thank you for supporting this worthy cause. You can trust the AAA to put your hard earned money to work towards “Paying It Forward to the Next Generation!”
Scholarship Program Development Director