Category: Scholarship Opportunity


It’s not too late to apply for the over 80 college scholarships available from the Pauahi Foundation for the 2015-2016 school year. The Pauahi Foundation supports students in forming their future by offering beneficial college scholarships with one easy online application.

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be either a classified undergraduate or graduate student
  • Enrolled in a degree-seeking program, unless specifically noted
  • Enrolled in a two- or four-year, accredited* college institution in Hawai`i or the continental U.S.
  • Vocational, Technical and Certificate programs are considered as noted
  • Full-time status, unless specifically noted
  • Demonstrate interest in Hawaiian language, culture, history
  • Demonstrate a commitment to contribute to the greater community.
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                                                         UH West O`ahu’s No`eau Center

NEWS RELEASE: UH West O’ahu’s No’eau Center offers free tax preparation, FAFSA and scholarship assistance

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  Feb. 27, 2015

Contacts: Julie Funasaki Yuen
Public Information Officer
(808) 689-2604
julieky@hawaii.edu

UH West O‘ahu’s No‘eau Center offers free tax preparation, FAFSA and scholarship assistance

“Fund Your Future Fridays” workshop series helps students and families with college payment options

KAPOLEIThe University of Hawai‘i – West O‘ahu Noʻeau Center for Writing, Math and Academic Success is offering a Fund Your Future Fridays workshop series designed to assist current and prospective students, and community members with preparing for and paying for college. All workshops are free and open to the public. The UH West Oʻahu Noʻeau Center is the University’s academic support center and offers testing services, tutoring, and workshops to help students succeed at the University.

The Fund Your Future Fridays workshop series includes workshops in

  • Scholarship writing
  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) assistance
  • Scholarship opportunities
  • Tax preparation assistance by Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) representatives

The Fund Your Future Fridays workshop series schedule is as follows:

Scholarship Writing Workshop
Friday, Feb. 27
10 a.m.
UH West Oʻahu Noʻeau Center, B203

Maximize your chances of getting a college scholarship! Learn how to write an effective scholarship application essay.

FAFSA Preparation Workshop
Friday, Feb. 27
Friday, March 6
Friday, March 13
8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
UH West Oʻahu Noʻeau Center, B203

Learn how to complete the FAFSA to increase your chances of receiving the maximum amount of student aid to pay for college. Bring your most recent tax filing and 2014 W-2 (wage and tax statement), 1099 or 1098 (interest and dividend statement).

Scholarship Workshop
Kamehameha Schools Nā Hoʻokama a Pauahi Scholarship
Friday, March 6
10 a.m.
UH West Oʻahu Noʻeau Center, B203

Learn about the Nā Hoʻokama a Pauahi Program (NHAP) need-based scholarship that is available to students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree at an accredited post-high school institution in the United States recognized by Kamehameha Schools (KS). In 2014, KS awarded approximately $12 million in scholarships to over 2,200 students.

Scholarship Workshop
Pauahi Foundation
Friday, March 6
Noon
UH West Oʻahu Noʻeau Center, B203

Learn about the Pauahi Foundation’s need-based, academic merit and geographic-based scholarships for college as well as trade and vocational courses. Scholarships are available to the general public.

Scholarship Workshop
Liko Aʻe Native Hawaiian Leadership Program Scholarships
Friday, March 13
10 a.m.
UH West Oʻahu Noʻeau Center, B203

Learn about scholarships offered by the Liko Aʻe Native Hawaiian Leadership Program. Liko Aʻe is committed to serving Native Hawaiian students pursuing higher education through scholarships, mentoring services, internship opportunities and counseling support. Scholarships are offered based on financial need and academic merit.

Tax preparation assistance
Friday, March 6
Friday, March 13
9 a.m. – noon by appointment
UH West Oʻahu Noʻeau Center, B203

Get help completing your taxes from Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) representatives. Call (808) 689-2750 to schedule an appointment or visit the UH West Oʻahu Noʻeau Center in the UHWO Library, B203.

What to bring:

  • W-2, W-2G (wage and tax statements)
  • 1099, 1099-R, 1099-Misc (interest and dividend statements)
  • 2013 federal and state tax returns if available
  • Bank account numbers and bank routing number
  • 1095-A, B, or C (Affordable Care Act statements)

For more information about the Fund Your Future Fridays workshop series, contact the UH West Oʻahu Noʻeau Center at (808) 689-2750 or uhwowc@hawaii.edu. The Fund Your Future Fridays workshop series is sponsored by the UH West Oʻahu Student Affairs Department.

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This is a reminder to encourage your students working on botanical research to submit their applications for our generous NCB scholarship for next academic year.  The deadline is March 31.

Newly revised application materials, including a revised letter of recommendation form, are now available on our website at http://www.norcalbotanists.org/scholarships.htm — students must use the current version of the application materials.
Please spread the word and encourage your students and those of other instructors you might know to apply!

Thanks! looking forward to some great applications.

WHAT: 
College scholarships available for the 2015-2016 school year
WHO: 
Undergraduate or graduate students
WHEN: 
Apply by March 9 for the ʻImi Naʻauao Scholarship and by April 20 for the Nā Hoʻokama a Pauahi Scholarship
Aloha e Joshua,

Apply now for Kamehameha Schools college scholarships:

‘IMI NA‘AUAO SCHOLARSHIP

Merit-based scholarships for graduate students.Eligibility requirements:

  • Hawai‘i resident at the time of application submission
  • Full-time enrolled student (non-traditional students enrolled half-time may be considered)
  • Classified, degree-seeking student at an accredited post-high educational institution in the United States that is recognized by Kamehameha Schools
  • Have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0
  • Conferred/anticipated Bachelor’s degree by Spring 2015
  • Meet maximum funding guidelines

APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 9, 2015


NĀ HO‘OKAMA A PAUAHI SCHOLARSHIP

Need-based scholarships available to students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree.Eligibility requirements:

  • Hawai‘i resident at the time of application submission
  • Full-time enrolled student (non-traditional students enrolled half-time may be considered)
  • Classified, degree-seeking student at an accredited post-high educational institution in the United States that is recognized by Kamehameha Schools
  • Demonstrate financial need as determined through analysis of complete application
  • Meet maximum funding guidelines

APPLICATION DEADLINE: APRIL 20, 2015


All applicants must complete a CSS/PROFILE online application atwww.collegeboard.com/profile.

APSI Scholarships

Just a reminder the deadline is drawing near if you are interested in applying for a College Board grant to attend a Summer AP Institute. More information is available at this website http://professionals.collegeboard.com/k-12/awards/ap-grants and below.
The College Board is now accepting applications for the AP Fellows and AP Rural Fellows grant programs that provides AP Summer Institute scholarships to qualifying high school teachers. Deadlines to apply areFebruary 15.

The AP Fellows program offers scholarships to high school teachers at schools serving low-income or minority students who have been traditionally underrepresented in AP courses. The $1,000 scholarships cover the cost of APSI tuition; any remaining funds may be applied to travel and expenses. Applicants must teach in schools at which at least 50 percent of the student population consists of underrepresented minorities and/or at least 50 percent of the student population qualifies for free or reduced-price lunch.Apply now.

The AP Rural Fellows Program offers scholarships to teachers serving in rural areas of the country. The $1,500 scholarships cover APSI tuition as well as travel and expenses. Applicants must teach in schools that are classified as “rural” by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and at which at least 50 percent of the students qualify for free or reduced-price lunch. Apply now.

The College Board will pay the full tuition directly to the AP Summer Institute you attend. You or your district or school will be responsible for any additional travel, lodging, graduate credit, or other expenses beyond the scholarship amount. You may wish to consult your institution’s policies regarding your participation.
If you are considering attending a Biology APSI this summer in Maine, the dates for the Bowdoin College APSI are July 13-17and the St. Joe’s APSI will be July 20-24.  If you have questions about either of these the Biology APSIs feel free to contact me.
Thanks,
Pam
Pam Bryer
Director of Laboratories/Instructor
Biology Dept.                            pbryer@bowdoin.edu
Bowdoin College                        207-725-3072
6500 College Station
Brunswick, ME 04011

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A Friendly Neighborhood Face

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Applying to Kamehameha programs just got easier! The friendly staff of the Community Learning Center in Nānākuli is here for you.

  • Receive assistance with applications
  • Navigate the financial aid and scholarship process
  • Receive personal, one-on-one attention
  • Meet with our local, community-based staff

Need help?  Set up an appointment!
Email us or just call 668-1517 or 842-8705.
Open Mon. – Fri., 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
89-101 Farrington Highway
Nānākuli, HI

We’re located next to Ka Waihona O Ka Na‘auao Charter School.

Scholarship Opportunity

                                     2015 US Pacific Territories Capacity-Building Scholarship

2015 US Pacific Territories Capacity-Building Scholarship

KKLEA College Opportunity

KKLE – Jan 15 – Proof #2

ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS:

There is a 4-year tuition scholarship that is now available to Antioch College for the new LEAF (Leadership in Environment at Antioch Fellowship).  “10 LEAF scholars studying environmental science will receive a full-tuition scholarship for their four years of study at Antioch. Apply today. The Regular Decision deadline is February 1, 2015.”

APPLY: http://antiochcollege.org/admission/leaf

For more info about Antioch and the LEAF Scholarship program:
http://antiochcollege.org/news/archive/antioch-college-announces-full-tuition-scholarships-
emphasize-diversity
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‘IMI NA‘AUAO SCHOLARSHIP

Merit-based scholarships for graduate students.

Eligibility requirements:

  • Hawai‘i resident at the time of application submission
  • Full-time enrolled student (non-traditional students enrolled half-time may be considered)
  • Classified, degree-seeking student at an accredited post-high educational institution in the United States that is recognized by Kamehameha Schools
  • Have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0
  • Conferred/anticipated Bachelor’s degree by Spring 2015
  • Meet maximum funding guidelines

APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 9, 2015

NĀ HO‘OKAMA A PAUAHI SCHOLARSHIP

Need-based scholarships available to students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree.

Eligibility requirements:

  • Hawai‘i resident at the time of application submission
  • Full-time enrolled student (non-traditional students enrolled half-time may be considered)
  • Classified, degree-seeking student at an accredited post-high educational institution in the United States that is recognized by Kamehameha Schools
  • Demonstrate financial need as determined through analysis of complete application
  • Meet maximum funding guidelines

APPLICATION DEADLINE: APRIL 20, 2015