Thaddeus Lazowski Memorial Aviation Career Scholarship
All students must pay for camp tuition up front. If awarded, the full amount of camp tuition will be reimbursed on the final day of camp.
On November 14, 2009 NAS Wildwood Aviation Museum lost two good friends. Thaddeus “Ted” Lazowski and his son Thaddeus were killed when their plane crashed near Woodbine Airport. Young Thaddeus was a gifted student enrolled at Cape Christian Academy, and he had a love for learning, especially about science, history and aviation. Valerie Lazowski continues to be a supporter of NAS Wildwood Aviation Museum and its mission.
Thaddeus had a passion for Science, History and Aviation. Write a short essay, minimum one page, Calibri 12 font, 1.5 line spacing, and maximum 2 pages 1.5 spacing. Describe why you believe these subjects are important to you and our country. Include examples of careers in these fields and why it is important to have an understanding of these subjects. Include your name and contact information.
Essays should be emailed to Aviationmuseum@comcast.net with a subject line of Thaddeus Lazowski Memorial Scholarship. Essays not in this format will not be considered.