1) Female between the ages of 14-18; 2) volunteer in your community and/or schools to make the world a better place, such as: fighting drugs, crime and violence, cleaning up the environment and working to end discrimination and poverty.Volunteer actions that benefit women or girls are particularly encouraged.
1) family of a firefighter in Hawaii, member of certain non-profits in Hawaii or family of anyone eligible for membership; 2) have been accepted and intend to attend an accredited institution of higher learning.
Includes vocational, junior, or community college; university; or techincal school; 3) demonstrate commitments to communnity school service; 4) disclose a financial need for the HFDFCU Monetary Award; 5) official transcripts; 6) student aid report FAFSA; 7) copies of acceptance letters for schools listed; 8) letter of recommendation; 9) one-page essay.
The S-STEM Program is designed to suuport academically talented and highly motivated students from economically disadvantaged families to complete bachelor degrees in: Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Geology, Marine Science, Mathematics, Natural Science, or Physics.
criteria: 1) US citizenship/Nationality or Permanent Resident Alien Status; 2) 3.0 GPA or higher; 3) Appropriate Mathematics background (ready to take Calculus 1); 4) Official transcript; 5) Evidence of economic disadvantage (eligibility for PELL grants as demonstrated by FAFSA); 6) Personal statement; 7) Letter of rec (from a high school mathematics or science teacher, or a Science club academic advisor).
Race, color, sex, national origin, or financial need will not influence the selection; 6) official transcipts signed by counselor.
1) financial need; 2) plan to attend an accredited college or university as a full time student; 3) have participated and intend to continue participating competitively in water sports or volleyball (volleyball alone is not sufficient for this scholarship) and have a record of accomplishment; 4) personal statement; 5) individual photo; 6) two letters of rec.; 7) page one and two of parent's most recent federal tax return 1) scholastic achievement; 2) Citizenship and character emphasizing traits of trustworthiness, honesty, integrity, and leadership; 3) essay on designated topic; 4) official transcript; 5) one letter of rec.; 6) extra-curricular activities 1) must be Hispanic or of Hispanic descent; 2) must reside in the district of a Hispanic State Legislator; 3) minimum GPA of 3.0; 4) must be nominated by school principal, teacher, guidance counselor, legislator, or community leader; 5) resume; 6) official transcript; 7) two letters of rec.; 8) personal statement on selected topic 1) Incoming first-year students at Chaminade University; 2) Pursue a degree in one of the qualifying STEM programs of study; 3) Meet academic requirements, as determined by the student's standings at the time of application; 4) Preference to applicants of Native Hawaiian ancestry 1) must graduate from high school during or before the summer of 2018 and plan to enroll as a freshman in college in the fall of 2018; 2) U. Citizens and Permanent Residents or Students, regardless of citizenship, currently attending high school in the United States; 3) excel academically and exhibit strong personal character.
Winners are eligible to receive cash awards for themselves and the charitable organizations of their choice.
The Gromet Foundationb Scholars Program is for low income students who excel academically. citizenship; 2) minimum cumulative GPA of 2.8; 3) official transcript; 4) must attend a four-year institution in the state of Hawaii; 5) 300 word essay on obstacles overcome and how scholarship will benefit you; 6) copy of the first two pages of parent's 2016 Federal Tax form 1040 or copy of SAR report.
1) graduating high school in 2019; 2) member of a high school golf team; 3) plan to attend college full-time; 4) Maintain a 2.0 GPA and send the David S.
Ishii Foundation proof of continuation of college education; 5) essay; 6) official transcripts with SAT scores; 7) letter(s) of recommendation; 8) Athletic Director's signature on application. Higher GPA may be considered; 2) have high financial need - without a scholarship, the student would not be able to continue school; 3) must be planning on pursuing a degree at an accredited Hawaii institution; 4) has demonstrated potential and motivation; 5) is, perhaps, the first person in your family to go on to post-high school education, which will have a significant family impact; 6) intends to go into a field of study that would ultimately impact his /her community for the better; 7) Official transcripts; 8) Parent U. Individual Tax Return (first two pages); 9) student evaluation; 10) essay.