Dan Beard Council awards aviation exploration scholarship to Demossville native Bella Groh

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Boy Scouts of America National Aviation Exploration Committee Awarded $ 5,000 National Aviation Exploration Scholarship to Bella Groh of Demossville

Groh started scouting several years ago when she heard about the Aviation Exploration Program through the Young Eagles Program. She began attending the Dan Beard Council’s Aviation Exploring Post 78 meetings, chartered by Sporty’s Aviation, where she was able to discuss her interests with a wide variety of guest speakers who are professionals in their fields.

The speakers and its leaders had an impact on Groh, who recently started at Purdue University as a freshman year in astronautical engineering. Aviation Exploring has given Groh the opportunity to connect with a wide range of people from various backgrounds in the aviation industry.

Exploring is a unique career exploration program for young men and women ages 10-20 that provides students with the opportunity to learn about a wide variety of career fields and network with professionals. They gain hands-on experience in determining whether or not a particular career path is right for them.

Students develop valuable networking contacts with professionals working in selected career fields, and they get to know other young people with similar interests and aspirations. Exploring is the first step in identifying career opportunities while having fun in an exciting and informal environment.

The Boy Scouts of America National Aviation Exploration Committee awards individual scholarships between $ 5,000 and $ 10,000 per year to recognize excellence in the field of aviation. The sponsors offering the scholarships are committed to ensuring the future leadership of aviation.

Any explorer who applies must show that he can successfully complete the aviation career education activity for which he is applying for scholarship funds, and show his involvement in life skills, citizenship, leadership experiences. and character education which add to the quality of life.

Council Dan Barbe

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