TWEET COLEMAN AVIATION SCHOLARSHIP
"Live with Purpose, Passion & Power"
Tweet Coleman, EdD
Described as “energetic” and motivated by challenges” it no surprise that Dr. Tweet Coleman’s career has spanned positions as a Senior FAA Representative at the American Embassy in London, FAA Program Manager and Regional Representative, Boeing 727 & 747 pilot with Continental Airlines, Dale Carnegie communications coach and Surgical nurse with the Cleveland Clinic & Mayo Brothers Clinic.
Jan. 16, 1986, Continental Airlines had the first all-female crew fly from Guam & Saipan to land in Narita, Japan. History was made that day with the first unmanned flight.
In 1990, Tweet started the aviation scholarship with the AAUW Honolulu Branch, 67 female pilots have been awarded a scholarship.
AAUW Honolulu is honored to have Tweet as a member, and she’s graciously endowed us with the Tweet Coleman Aviation Scholarship, offered yearly, for women seeking to earn a FAA Pilot Certificate.
The 2022 application is now closed.
Female resident of the State of Hawaii
Working on an FAA Pilot Certificate
College Graduate or Attending an Accredited College or University
Possession of an FAA "Solo Flight" endorsement
Application Requirements & Details:
Submit a transcript from your current college or university and each of the colleges and/or universities you have attended.
Submit two (2) letters of recommendation from non-family members, each letter must include the name and contact information of the reference.
The award will be sent directly to the flight school to cover aviation materials, ground school and flight training.
All documents must be saved and uploaded as ONE PDF file. The file name must adhere to the following format:
Last Name_First Name_2022_Certificate or Rating Requested_AAUW_TC.pdf
If you do not receive an automated confirmation within 48 hours after submitting your application, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.