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Winners of 2012 AP-Google Journalism and Technology Scholarship, from left, Emily Eggleston, Reginald James, Katie Zhu, Kevin Schaul, Rebecca Rolfe and John Osborn.

AP-Google scholarship program accepting applications

The Associated Press and Google are seeking candidates for a scholarship program that recognizes student creativity and innovation at the intersection of journalism and technology. The program will award six $20,000 scholarships to undergraduate or graduate students.

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Hawaii Community Foundation scholarship application online

MEDIA RELEASE For more than 30 years, Hawaii Community Foundation has provided the state’s students, young and young-at-heart, with an opportunity to attend college. They are once again making this possible. Hawaii Community Foundation is opening its online application for students seeking financial assistance to fund their college or vocational education. Students can apply for […]

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Native Hawaiian scholarship workshops scheduled

MEDIA RELEASE The University of Hawaii is reaching out to Native Hawaiians across the state who want to pursue a college education. The effort is part of a statewide initiative to bring Native Hawaiian scholarship opportunities to underserved communities in Hawaii. In that spirit, UH has partnered with the Office of Hawaiian Affairs and GEAR […]

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Big Island students awarded Dorrance Scholarships

Big Island students awarded Dorrance Scholarships

MEDIA RELEASE Ten Big Island students have become the first beneficiaries of a prestigious new scholarship program made possible by a groundbreaking partnership launched earlier this year between the University of Hawaii at Hilo and the Dorrance Family Foundation. The Dorrance Scholarship is an innovative, four-year award designed to benefit local students who are the […]

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Credit union Awards $13,500 in scholarships

Credit union Awards $13,500 in scholarships

MEDIA RELEASE Six Hawaii Island high school seniors are the recipients of scholarships from the Hawaii Community Federal Credit Union. The annual scholarships are awarded to graduates intending to attend a two or four-year institute of higher learning in the coming school year. The Credit Union received 54 applications from students at 11 Hawaii Island […]

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New UH-Hilo scholarship in honor of Beatrice and Ralph Lau

Hilo lost a prominent member of the local Chinese-American community with the death of Beatrice Kam Lin Loo Lau on February 15 at the age of 95. Thanks to a $10,000 leadership gift from the Chinese Civic Association of Hawaii, one of the many community organizations with which Bea Lau was active, a permanently endowed […]

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Kona Mauka Rotary raises $17,000 for scholarships, community projects

Kona Mauka Rotary raises $17,000 for scholarships, community projects

MEDIA RELEASE The Rotary Club of Kona Mauka had its best-ever annual Valentine Wine Tasting Celebration, raising more than $17,000 for Konawaena high school scholarships and community projects. The Feb. 11 event at a private Kona estate overlooking Kailua Bay. In line with the Valentine’s theme, it featured superb wines, extraordinary food with carving station, […]

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East Hawaii Hiroshima Kenjin Kai offers scholarships and elects new officers

The East Hawaii Hiroshima Kenjin Kai is offering two $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors who plan to continue their post high school education this fall. Applicants must be a senior at any East Hawaii public high school and must enroll at any accredited college or university for the 2012-2013 academic years.

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Lions Club of Kona offering scholarships

Lions Club of Kona offering scholarships

MEDIA RELEASE The Lions Club of Kona announces it will award four college scholarships to graduating seniors from Konawaena High School. Each scholarship is for $1,000. The scholarships will consist of two General Scholarships, one Jonney Pha Hodges Trust Scholarship (applicant majoring in medical field), and one financial need scholarship (FAFSA Form required). Finalists will […]

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Big Island Press Club scholarships for budding journalism students

The Big Island Press Club is pleased to announce the availability of college scholarships to students with Big Island ties who are seeking careers in journalism. This is one of the core tenets of the press club’s mission, which is comprised of dozens of Big Island media professionals and supporters of open government.

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New scholarship program at UH Hilo

New scholarship program at UH Hilo

MEDIA RELEASE Big Island students are about to benefit from increased access to a college education, thanks to a groundbreaking new partnership between UH Hilo and the Dorrance Family Foundation. UH Hilo Chancellor Don Straney has announced the Hawaii launch of the Dorrance Scholarship Program, an innovative four-year scholarship program designed to benefit local students […]

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UH, community partners offer financial aid workshops

UH, community partners offer financial aid workshops

MEDIA RELEASE The University of Hawaii is working with community partners, including the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, GEAR UP Hawaii, Pacific Financial Aid Association and Native Hawaiian Education Association, to help Hawaii residents obtain the financial aid they need to attend any of the 10 UH campuses statewide. A series of free workshops, including the […]

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UH to receive $3.4M for low-income students

UH to receive $3.4M for low-income students

MEDIA RELEASE The University of Hawaii will receive $3,425,674 to increase the number of low-income students who are prepared to enter and succeed in postsecondary education, Sens. Daniel K. Akaka and Daniel K. Inouye has announced. The funds come from a grant administered by the U.S. Department of Education through the Gaining Early Awareness and […]

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Bright receives Aviles and Stover Fund scholarship

Bright receives Aviles and Stover Fund scholarship

MEDIA RELEASE Tawny Bright of Waikoloa is the recipient of the annual Aviles and Stover Fund for Science scholarship. Established by the medical practice of Dr. John D. Stover, D.D.S, M.D, Ph.D., the $1,000 annual, four-year scholarship is awarded to a Parker School student interested in science. A 15-year-old sophomore, Bright was chosen by a […]

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