Epic Flight Academy Presents $25,000 Scholarship For Aircraft Maintenance Training
Representatives from Epic Flight Academy traveled to Kissimmee, Florida on May 23rd to present a $25,000 aircraft mechanic scholarship to Christian Vega.
Jonathan Motta, Experiential Learning & Partnerships Coordinator at NeoCity Academy, said, “The scholarship provided by Epic Flight Academy is a game-changer for Christian as he begins his post-secondary journey. We look forward to seeing Christian begin the aircraft maintenance program and work towards a rewarding career in the aviation industry.”
Jon Luck, Epic’s Career Development Coordinator, added, “We are happy to make this presentation and support Christian in his goals. We look forward to welcoming him to campus in September.”
Epic’s aircraft mechanic program takes approximately 19 months to complete. Graduates earn an FAA-certified airframe & powerplant license, which is accepted at Polk State College equivalent to 30 credit hours toward an AS degree in Aviation Maintenance Administration.
NeoCity Academy opened in 2019. It offers an inquiry-driven, project-based learning environment and is part of the Osceola County School District. Epic Flight Academy was founded in 1999 and is based in New Smyrna Beach, Florida.
Source: Epic Flight Academy Press Release
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