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Apply For Share Of $100,000
FCU Scholarship Program is administered by Hawai‘i Community Foundation. Completed applications and all supporting materi- als must be submitted by 4 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 31. Students may apply direct- ly at hawaiicommunity-
Business Supports Students’Education
“Over the last 25 years
HMSA will award up to 15 students with $5,000 scholarships each. East O‘ahu applicants must have at least a 2.75 GPA, submit an official transcript, two letters of recommendation, and write a personal statement and essay about community and well-being.
Recipients can use their scholarships to pay for college tuition, computers, books and room and board. Scholarship use is subject to National Collegiate Athletic As- sociation rules and regulations for those who are participating in collegiate sports.
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   East Oʻahu students can apply for Hawaiʻi State Federal Credit Union’s (Hawai‘i State FCU) 2022 student scholarship pro- gram now through Jan. 31. The business will award $5,000 scholarships to 20 deserving students who are planning to attend a fully accredited university, col- lege or trade/vocational school.
since we first launched Hawaʻi State FCU’s schol- arship program, we’ ve awarded nearly $900,000 to support the higher-edu- cation goals of Hawaiʻi’s keiki,” states president and CEO Andrew Rosen. “One of our priorities at Hawai‘i State FCU is to invest in education because it sets children on the trajectory for future academic and professional success.”
Applications are now available online for Hawai‘i Medical Service Associa- tion’s annual Kaimana Awards & Schol- arship Program. The project, which is celebrating its 17th year, honors Hawai‘i high school seniors and their schools for excellence in academics, athletics, sports- manship, community service and healthy activities.
president and chief community engage- ment officer Kathryn Matayoshi. “Our Kaimana Awards & Scholarship Program helps to recognize the future leaders of our state and helps them celebrate their achievements in education.”
 The scholarship program is open to all Hawaiʻi State FCU members and depen- dents. Interested students must demonstrate finan- cial need, apply as an un- dergraduate or graduate degree-seeking student, attend school full time and have a minimum 2.5 cumu- lative GPA.
The online application re- quires a most recent school transcript, personal and award impact statements, a list of achievements and community service activi- ties, and a 2022-23 Student Aid Report from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid Form (FAF- SA). The Hawai‘i State
Since 2005, HMSA has sponsored the Kaimana Awards & Scholarship Program in partnership with the Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association.
“We continue to support our local students as they pursue goals in high- er education,” states HMSA senior vice
All applications must be received by Friday, Feb. 25. To apply, visit kaimana.
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