Come join us for a fun evening of socializing with some business mixed in. It is time for our Annual membership meeting to be held at Palmer’s Place,
56 South La Grange Road, La Grange, their menu, Tuesday, November 15th at 6pm. We will hold our bi-annual elections and review chapter finances and goals for the coming year. Nominate yourself or another member for following positions by replying to this email.
The term is for two years and the only qualification is that you’ve been a member in good standing for the previous six months. We will train you on these rewarding positions. I personally have learned so many things during my time as president, they are too numerous to list. So, take the opportunity to get involved with one of the largest and most successful chapters of Women in Aviation International.
Chicago’s Leading Edge Chapter of Women in Aviation would like to help you update your resume in preparation for the upcoming WAI Scholarships due November 14th! Join us at our October Chapter meeting at Lewis University’s Harold E. White Aviation Building room 126 at 6pm. Bring your resumes to get critiques from industry professionals!
It’s that exciting time of year again, and we are very pleased to announce that the 2016 scholarship applications are here! Along with our offerings from last year, we have added one additional scholarship this year, sponsored by Cage Marshall Consulting.
New this year, you will be able to submit your scholarship applications electronically to our chapter email address – firstname.lastname@example.org. However, paper applications will still be accepted as well! All applications must be postmarked or emailed to us by November 14th, 2016. We also will not be extending the scholarship deadline this year, so make sure to get your applications in on time! Aside from the Membership Scholarship, all other scholarships require membership in Women in Aviation, International as well as Chicago’s Leading Edge Chapter. With a current WAI membership, all that is required is a membership form to join our chapter – no additional fee is required! Our membership application form can be found at: http://chicagosleadingedge.org/membership/
To be eligible to win, you must reside within the Greater Chicagoland Area. All scholarships must be used within one year of presentation.
View the Scholarship section of our website for specific details. Good luck to all who apply!
On August 27th Chicago’s Leading Edge Chapter of Women in Aviation will be helping the Tuskegee Airmen and the Bessie Coleman Aviation center celebrate their 75th and 40th anniversaries. The chapter will have a booth from 3-7pm and then for anyone who chooses, a dinner will take place afterwards. For details please see https://legends-to-legacy.eventbrite.com/
SATURDAY AUGUST 27th, 2016
B. Coleman Aviation Facility
5701 Industrial Hwy, Gary, IN 46406
The August Chapter meeting will be held at the Chicago Air and Water Show on Saturday, August 20th at North Avenue Beach near Castaways at 10am. It should be pretty busy, so try to get there early to find a great spot to watch the show! RSVP to email@example.com so that we can get a headcount.
Looking forward to seeing everyone there!
Join Chicago’s Leading Edge Chapter of Women in Aviation as we Run the Runway at Chicago Executive Airport in Wheeling! This is a rare opportunity to run or walk on the main runway and taxiways! The course is USATF certified and the 5K race will be chip timed.
Registration is open until June 19th at $35 per person and late registration is open from then until July 2nd for $40 per person. For more information on how to register, click here. Hope to see you all there!
The Warbird Heritage Foundation is a 501(c)-3 not-for-profit foundation created in December, 2003. The Foundation was organized for the purpose of acquiring, restoring, displaying, and demonstrating various antique aircraft of historic military significance. The Foundation’s focus is on preserving it’s aircraft in flying condition, demonstrating these aircraft at air shows and other special events, and promoting public interest in historic military aircraft.
Looking forward to seeing you all there!
Lewis University’s Aviation Department will be hosting a free event at which one of the world’s top airshow pilots, Patty Wagstaff, will be speaking about her career as an aerobatic pilot, her many aviation adventures and experiences, as well as professionalism in the aviation industry.
Patty is a six-time member of the US Aerobatic Team, has won the gold, silver and bronze medals in Olympic-level aerobatic competitions and is one of only a few individuals to win the title of US National Aerobatic Champion three times.
April 25th from 4-6pm at Lewis University’s Brother Neil Kieffe Aviation Building Maintenance Hangar. Must register by April 22nd by clicking here. Hope to see you there!
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