The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) established the Jake Cartwright Leadership Scholarship in 2015 to support candidates in the association’s Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) program. The scholarship, which is underwritten by Solairus Aviation, will fund up to four CAM candidates, paying for all certification costs. NBAA Charities will administer the scholarship.
The scholarship is named in honor of Solairus Vice Chairman Jake Cartwright. The highly respected industry veteran has played a pivotal role in growing the company’s domestic and international business. A former commercial pilot and Marine Corps aviator who served in Vietnam, Cartwright previously was president and CEO of TAG Aviation USA.
“Supporting the creation of future certified aviation managers is an ideal way to recognize one of private aviation’s true pioneers,” said Solairus CEO Dan Drohan. “Jake is an extraordinary leader with an amazing story and has contributed immeasurably to our industry over the last three decades. We are excited to honor his legacy by helping aspiring CAMs who demonstrate exceptional leadership within the business aviation community. Supporting the CAM model is something Jake has always championed, and we are proud to establish this scholarship in his name.”
This scholarship will be redeemable under the conditions established by NBAA and Solairus Aviation. Funds for this scholarship will total $1,225 for one person and will cover:
- the cost of the CAM application,
- CAM Study Guide and
- CAM exam registration fee.
- Funds will also be provided for recipients to register for NBAA-BACE.
Recipients are responsible for other costs associated with the scholarship, such as travel and lodging expenses. NBAA scholarship applicants are limited to receiving one award per person, per year.
Learn more about CAM requirements.
Please direct all questions about this application to NBAA’s Tyler Austin at 202-783-9267 or email@example.com.