Jovie at Museum of Flight

2022 FMA Solo Recipient

It is with much gratitude that we are able to fund a scholarship this year, 2022, amongst all of the uncertainties including the pandemic which has decimated society over the last 2 years. Hi! My name is Jovie and I am an aspiring pilot and avid musician. I have been playing flute for the past eight years, and more recently have added on piccolo. I play in the top orchestra in my school, am in my school’s chamber club and have been part of many youth orchestras around Seattle over the years. I have also spent time tutoring flute to elementary school students. For the past several years I have… Read More

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Jovie at FAPA

Fun weekend

Hi everyone!I had a pretty busy weekend this past weekend. On Saturday I went to a Future Pilot’s Forum run by FAPA and on Sunday I had a rocket launch with my school club. I had randomly ran into a FAPA advertisement a few weeks ago and didn’t think much of it, but as the date came closer and closer, I thought of signing up. Not knowing much about it, I did sign up, and I’m glad I did. It was held at a hotel near Seatac airport. There were not lots of people there, but it made it a little more personalized. As I walked in, I met a… Read More

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2022 FMA Solo Finalists

2022 FMA Solo Finalists

We welcomed 37 new student members through the program this year. Six were chosen as finalist. Recipient(s) will be selected by the FMA board and announced by May 1, 2022. All 37 nominees are encouraged to become active. Many have done so. The program is more than just a scholarship, it’s an introduction to a network of like-minded individuals. This network will last a lifetime. Each year, for the past seven, we have administered this program which has several components: introduce student musicians to the association, nurture their passions for music and aviation, and assist those with the resources we have. Those resources have declined over the last two-plus years… Read More

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