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1255 Stone Rd.

Xenia, OH 45385
(661) 644-4636
www.bensondp.weebly.com
benson.40@wright.edu

CHEYENNE BENSON
OBJECTIVE

EDUCATION

To obtain the Cary-Gum Aviation Scholarship and use it to further my


aviation training and obtain my Sport Pilots License before graduating
high school.

ACADEMIC SCHOOLING
Cumulative GPA: 4.0
Current Course Load:
- Honors Precalculus
- Chemistry
- Advanced Biomedical
Sciences DEP*
- Chinese 3 DEP*
- Macroeconomics DEP*
- Technical Reading and
Writing
*DEP: Dual Enrollment Program (college
class, attending college at Wright State
University and Sinclair Community College)

VOLUNTEER
SERVICE

AVIATION TRAINING
Total Flight Hours: 12.5
Accomplishments and
Training:
First solo on September
3rd after 10 hours of flight
instruction
Proficient in steep turns,
traffic pattern operations,
and radio calls
- Passed all pre-solo tests
with 100% on first try
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CIVIL AIR PATROL


2014-current
- Performed missions of Emergency Services, Aerospace Education and Cadet
Programs in CAP (An Auxiliary of the United States Air Force)
- Led a group of 2-5 cadets through all aspects of their CAP career
- Volunteered at squadron-supported events
EAA/YOUNG EAGLES
2013-current
- Attend meetings monthly on various aspects of aviation, with an emphasis on
homebuilding and general aviation
- Guided and supervised visitors unfamiliar to flight line
- Volunteer at chapter-held activities, such as hosting the B-17 Aluminum Overcast
KIWANIS CLUB
2014-current
- Served as a member on a planning committee for a fundraising event
- Coordinated public awareness for fundraising events
- Assisted in raising money for childrens charities

EXPERIENCE

ROBOTICS
Participated first as member, then as coach, then as team captain of various robotics teams
in VEX and FLL programs for six years (and still working as team captain currently).
Competed from state to world level (won 1st Place Project Design Solution at Worlds
Robotics Festival) and programmed at FLL and VEX robotics competitions.
AVIATION
Won the Lewis A. Jackson $1500 Private Pilot scholarship in April of 2014 to begin my flight
training, and on September 3rd 2014 completed my first solo flight in a Light Sport Tecnam
P-92 Echo. I have a passion for flying and want to make it a career, particularly in military
aviation.
NATIONAL AVIATION HALL OF FAME
Informed visitors to the NAHF Learning Center on the history of aviation and the people
who fostered it, helped in upkeep and cleaning, manned the front desk and sold some items
SCIENCE FAIR
Competed from 2012-2014 in the Intel Science and Engineering Fair, once with a project on
mathematically modeling blood spatter patterns and another on programming a model of a
planet moving around a star to showcase Keplers laws.
JUNIOR COUNCIL ON WORLD AFFAIRS
Competed on a team by studying various aspects of current world events independently and
then collaborating with a group to win a competition.
STUDENT AMBASSADOR
Gave tours of and represented my high school (the Dayton Regional STEM School) as well as
volunteered at Exhibition Nights and Open House to showcase my work and introduce
others to the school.

AWARDS

Women in STEM Award (2013) (DRSS Science Fair)


Best Overall Science Fair Project 3rd Place (2013) (DRSS Science Fair)
Women in Computing Award (2013) (West District Science Day)
Commanders Cup Award (Space Academy)
1st Place Project Design (St. Louis Worlds Robotics Festival)
Ohio University Department of Physics and Astronomy Award of
Excellence (2014)
Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition (For work in the STEM
fields, 2014)

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