6th Annual Continuing the Legacy in Aviation Program. Deadline: Friday, May 17
the Legacy in Aviation Program with Southwest Airlines
Do you have a child who would love to learn more about aviation? The
Greater Washington Urban League is pleased to announce a partnership
with Southwest Airlines, which will be celebrating its 6th Annual
Continuing the Legacy in Aviation Program. The League will nominate
students for the opportunity to receive an aviation experience from
August 13-14 in Dallas, TX with airline and hotel accommodations paid for by Southwest
Airlines. The student must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
At the program in Dallas, students will get the opportunity to tour
Southwest Airlines headquarters, attend the pilot and flight attendant
training center, the Dallas Love Field control tower and meet Tuskegee
Airmen and the Southwest senior
Requirements: The youth must be between 11 - 18 years old and live in
the GWU L service area of the District, Prince George’s or Montgomery
To qualify, the student must write a 500-word or less essay as listed
1: Explain how the accomplishments of aviators past and present have
significantly impacted the aviation industry in the 21st century. (250
words or less)
2: Explain your personal fascination with aviation. (250 words or less)
must be typed listing the parent’s name, email address, and telephone
number and the youth’s name, age and resident address.
If you are interested, please contact Derrick Acey at 202-265-8200,
Ext. 257 or at email@example.com as soon as
possible. All students nominated by GWUL must have their essays completed by 5 pm on Friday, May 17. The finalist(s) will be notified
by Monday, June 3, 2013.
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