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Teens-In-Flight Announces Partnership with Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation
Using the provisions of Public Law 111-32 and Public Law 84-634, Teens-In-Flight will closely coordinate with the Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation to provide college scholarships and educational counseling to military children who have lost a parent in the line of duty, and are seeking enrollment in an aviation oriented college or university throughout the nation. These scholarships provide for full tuition, room and board, and all flight lessons and ratings.
“This partnership gives the children we work with access to fulfill the education of their dreams,” said John Coogan, executive director. “For those looking to fly and work in aviation, Teens-In-Flight will help make this dream a reality.”
For more information about Teens-In-Flight, visit teens-in-flight.com or call 386-569-5685.
To learn more and donate to the mission of Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation, visit fallenpatriots.org.
About Teens-In-Flight Foundation
Through the modem of aerospace education we open the doors of opportunity. Teens-In-Flight provides flight training and aviation maintenance scholarships to those teens that have lost a parent or sibling in the Global War On Terrorism or, is the teen or sibling of a parent who was wounded in action and is disabled. Another phase of our program also focuses on selected teens that are considered "at risk" within our community by providing a positive aviation intervention experience.
About Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation
Established in 2002, Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation is dedicated to providing college scholarships, supplemental grants and educational counseling to military children who have lost a parent in the line of duty. Since its inception, Fallen Patriots has provided more than $7.5 million in support and started a pipeline for 5,200 children from all across America who will need future assistance. The foundation's website is fallenpatriots.org.
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