Hawaii Scholarship Open – April 2018

Merriman’s Culinary Scholarship
Started in the year 2000, Merriman’s Culinary Scholarship provides scholarships for students in Hawaii entering or continuing in the field of Culinary Arts on Hawaii Island, Maui and Kauai. The scholarships are awarded annually based on applicant’s outstanding qualities, passion for the field and financial need. To date, Merriman’s Culinary Scholarship has donated a total of $54,050 and assisted over 48 culinary students in advancing their culinary education.
David S Ishii Scholarship
The David S. Ishii Foundation wishes to encourage the attainment of higher education goals by members of high school golf teams in the State of Hawaii. Hawaii high school seniors who have demonstrated a high level of academic achievement, were active members of their high school golf teams, and plan on attending college full-time at an accredited U.S. college or university are eligible to apply.
Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu Scholarship Program
The purpose of the Scholarship Program is to inspire academic achievement and to facilitate Hawaiians in their quest to attain higher levels of education, thus improving representation of Hawaiians at post-secondary schools and equipping them with the academic tools necessary to improve their economic welfare.
Foodland Shop for Higher Education
Shop for Higher Education will award (100) $2,000 college scholarships to deserving high school seniors across the state. Customers will be asked to support the school of their choice to help it earn scholarships. Once the program begins, customers will be asked to designate their points earned with their Maika’i card to support their favorite high school. The more points earned, the more scholarships a school will receive. We are committed to continuing our support of Hawaii’s schools and students. Through this effort, we hope to make a positive impact on the lives of 100 college bound students in Hawaii.
Hawaiian Lodge Undergraduate Scholarship
To provide a $1,500.00 grant to a high school or undergraduate student within the state of Hawaii, who has been accepted for or attends full time enrollment in an accredited college or university, leading to a Bachelor’s Degree.
AlohaCare Scholarship
AlohaCare and the Association for Community Affiliated Plans (ACAP) are proud to present a joint scholarship

program. This program is for AlohaCare members or their immediate family members who are interested in

pursuing a career in health services.

Farm Credit Services of Hawaii ACA Scholarship Program
Farm Credit Services of Hawaii, ACA recognizes the role of education in the ongoing viability of agriculture in the state of Hawaii. We remain committed to agriculture and to help show our support we offer two $1,500 scholarship each school year.
Tsun Tsing Association Scholarship

Early Childhood Education Scholarships
The PATCH Scholarship program allows you to increase your knowledge in current developmentally appropriate practices and increases the number of people entering the early care and education profession.
Vietnamese Professionals of Hawaii Scholarship
VPH formerly known as VBRAH is a non-profit organization committed to serving our local Vietnamese-

American community and those in need. Through our scholarship program, we aspire to help graduating

high school seniors achieve their goals of reaching higher education.

HCCNC scholarship (High School Senior)
Our goal is to support future leaders as role models for the Hawai‘i community. The Scholarship Program is aimed at strengthening the pipeline of Bay Area college- bound students and ensuring retention so that more students obtain their degrees. We seek to support qualified kama‘aina, and assist them in making the transition from high school to college, and from Hawai‘i to the mainland. In 2017, HCCNC awarded scholarships with to three eligible college bound students. Applications, which require a written essay describing each applicant’s strengths, and how their education will benefit the Hawai‘i community, are evaluated on the following criteria:

Demonstrated leadership qualities

Involvement in the community

Clarity of direction and goals

Academic achievement

Letters of recommendation

ALU LIKE, Inc. Hana Lima Scholarship Program
The purpose of this Hana Lima Scholarship Program is to give financial assistance to students participating in a vocational or

technical education program for occupations that can provide a “living wage.” This need-based scholarship is available to students in

vocational programs that lead to a specific segment of employment. Eligible programs include, but are not limited to, diesel

mechanics, automotive technology, nursing, medical assisting, cosmetology and emergency medical technician. Students pursuing a

major in Liberal Arts or are taking only pre-requisite courses do not qualify for this award as this scholarship supports students who

have declared and are committed to a specific program of study. Preference is given to non-traditional students: single parents,

disabled (meets ADA definition), houseless, sole income providers, previously incarcerated and wards of the court.

Turtle Bay Foundation Scholarship Program
The Turtle Bay Foundation was established in 2012 to enrich Oahu’s

Fabled North Shore through environmental, educational, recreational

and cultural opportunities. The Foundation oversees the numerous

charitable contributions of Turtle Bay Resort, acting as a partner in the

community and supporting the resort’s mission of making one of the

world’s greatest places even better.

HCCNC Scholarship (College Students)
Our goal is to support future leaders as role models for the Hawai‘i community. The Scholarship Program is aimed at strengthening the pipeline of Bay Area college- bound students and ensuring retention so that more students obtain their degrees. We seek to support qualified kama‘aina, and assist them in making the transition from high school to college, and from Hawai‘i to the mainland. In 2017, HCCNC awarded scholarships with to three eligible college bound students. Applications, which require a written essay describing each applicant’s strengths, and how their education will benefit the Hawai‘i community, are evaluated on the following criteria:

Demonstrated leadership qualities

Involvement in the community

Clarity of direction and goals

Academic achievement

Letters of recommendation

Scholarships

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