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UBAA is pleased to announce our application window is NOW OPEN for our 2022 scholarships.  

Students - please submit your applications before May 31, 2022!  

Our 2021 scholarship application has closed, and we are pleased to announce last year's recipients. Thank you for supporting our developing business aviation professionals!

UBAA 2021 Scholarship Winners Announced

UBAA is pleased to announce our scholarship winners for 2021. As part of our mission and commitment to education, we offer scholarships to area students, made possible by donations of member organizations, the proceeds of our events, and the efforts of the organization as a whole. In 2021, we have awarded scholarships to five deserving recipients:

Hailey Honovich

Hailey is studying flight operations at Westminster College. She is currently pursuing her tail wheel endorsement, and his involved with the Women in Aviation and Ninety-Nines organizations. She is a full-time flight instructor with her CFI, CFII, and MEI. She is building flight time while also teaching future aviators.  

Jack Jorgenson

Jack is studying Aviation Flight Operations at Westminster College. He has two years’ experience in the business aviation world working at a fixed base operator. He has also completed an internship with an aircraft management company which allowed him to better understand how business aviation works. 

Christian Davis

Christian is currently an operations and finance intern at the Spanish Fork airport, with the intent of becoming an airport manager one day. He is studying to obtain a bachelor’s degree in Aviation Management from UVU, with the plan of getting an MBA. This scholarship will help with his goals in pursuing an education while staying out of debt. 

Kaitlyn Gallegos

Kaitlyn is studying aviation sciences at Southern Utah University. She is C.O. Pilot (Connection and Orientation Pilot) at SUU, which are student mentors that help fellow students and pilots succeed in their program. This scholarship will allow her to dedicate more time studying/flying, rather than worrying about the cost of school. She is also involved in many aviation organizations, including Women in Aviation and the Ninety-Nines. 

Thank you again to all that submitted their application, we genuinely enjoyed reading them and really made this decision a difficult one to make. Congratulations again to Hailey, Jack, Christian, and Kaitlyn we can’t wait to see where your career takes you and us at UBAA want to wish you safe skies.

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