If a scholarship requests additional information, they will typically outline the information that they want detailed in the additional information document. The most important thing for this section is to present the information that is requested in a logical, organized format and in chronological order. This helps the interview team to view the requested information in a timely and efficient manner without having to unnecessarily search for it. Following these rules of thumb ensures that you get the maximum points for this section. Remember: presentation and organizational skills reflect on who you are and the pride that you take in your profession.
Examples of additional information are:
- Checkride dates and outcomes
- FAA Incidents or Accidents
- Volunteer experience
- Additional schools attended not included on resume
- Academic achievements, scholarships and awards
- Career achievements and awards
For an example of how to present this information in a neat and organized layout, check out this PDF.