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Fastweb www.fastweb.com

 

School Soup http://www.schoolsoup.com/scholarships/

 

College Board www.collegeboard.com

 

Ke Ali'i Pauahi Foundation http://www.pauahi.org/
567 S. King Street, Suite 160
Honolulu, HI 96813
Phone: (808) 534-3966

Eligibility requirements:

  • Be enrolled full-time in an accredited two or four-year post-high degree program.  Some scholarships allow for part-time enrollment; check eligibility criteria.  Documentation of acceptance will be required to receive an award.
    Full-time enrollme
    nt is defined as:
    - Undergraduate: 12 credits per term
    - Graduate or Doctoral Programs: 6-9 credits per term *
    * or the minimum number of credits required by the degree program 

  • Be a classified student in a degree-seeking program at an accredited institution (see individual scholarship description for details)

  • Regardless of financial need, you must submit a FAFSA Student Aid Report (SAR).

  • Meet any special requirements specific to the scholarships listed online

 

Requirements:

  • Online Application

  • Student Aid Report (SAR) & Completion of the Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

  • Official Transcript of Grades to be sent directly to Ke Ali’i Pauahi Foundation

  • Any personal statements, essays or letters of recommendation if they are required for the specific scholarship you are applying for

 

Scholarships Available http://www.pauahi.org/scholarships/listing/all

 

The Asian Reporter
http://www.asianreporter.com/Scholarships.htm

Major Minority Scholarships

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

Hawaii Community Foundation Scholarships (some require Hawaiian ancestry) http://www.hawaiicommunityfoundation.org/index.php?id=223

Hawai‘i Community Foundation - Scholarships
1164 Bishop Street, Suite 800
Honolulu, HI 96813

  • Hawai‘i Community Foundation’s Scholarship Program
    HCF's Scholarship Program is made up of over 150 different scholarship funds established by generous individuals, families, businesses or organizations to assist Hawai'i residents in obtaining a college education. Some of the funds are part of HCF and some represent private foundations that have asked the Foundation to administer their scholarships. Students apply to the program and, if eligible, can be awarded from one or more of these different funds.

  • HCF's Vocational Education Scholarship Program
    Vocational Education describes certification or degree programs designed to teach students skills for a specific segment of employment. Programs include (but are not limited to) culinary arts, auto repair, diesel mechanics, cosmetology, computer graphics and assistive medical technology. Apply by July 1, 2010 for Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 semester scholarships.

  • The Victoria S. and Bradley L. Geist Foundation Scholarship Program
    The Geist Foundation has been awarding students currently or formerly in the foster care system.  As a result of financial assistance from the Geist Foundation, hundreds of students are able to attend vocational schools, community colleges, and public and private universities both here in Hawai'i and on the continental United States. Verification of foster care status within the State of Hawai'i is required.

http://www.hawaiicommunityfoundation.org/index.php?id=54&do=Search&q=hawaii
http://www.oha.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=420&Itemid=159
(The second website has more information about some of the same scholarships but the information I have listed is from only the first website)

  • Blossom Kalama Evans Memorial Scholarship Fund

Requirements: Be of Hawaiian ancestry. Be a college junior, senior or graduate student. Include in your personal statement how your knowledge will be used to serve the needs of the Native Hawaiian community.

 

 

  • Booz Allen Hawaii Scholarship Fund

 

 

Requirements: Be an undergraduate student. Minimum GPA of 3.0.

 

  • Dan & Pauline Lutkenhouse & Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden Scholarship

Requirements: Be a resident of the Hilo Coast and the Hamakua Coast, north of the Wailuku River. Major in Agriculture, Science, Medicine or Nursing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Dr. and Mrs. Moon Park Scholarship

 

 

 

Requirements: Be an employee or child dependent with a minimum of at least one year of service of Clinical Laboratories of Hawaii, LLP and/or Pan Pacific Pathologies, LLC at the time of application and awarding. Minimum GPA (Grade Point Average) of at least 3.0.
May attend a college or university in Hawaii or the Continental United States.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Dr. Hans and Clara Zimmerman Foundation Education Scholarship

 

 

 

Requirements: Major in Education with emphasis on teaching.
Preference given to non-traditional students with at least two years of teaching experience.
Preference given to students of Hawaiian ethnicity. Minimum GPA 2.8. Two letters of recommendation required. Include in your Personal Statement any community service you have been involved in, and explain why you are involved in these activities. Include in your Personal Statement the answer to the question --What is your teaching philosophy? And how is your philosophy being applied in the classroom today (provide an example)?   IMPORTANT:  Applicants are automatically disqualified if they do not address their teaching philosophy in the Personal Statement.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Edward Payson and Bernice Piilani Irwin Scholarship

 

Requirements: Major in Journalism or Communications. Be a college junior, senior or graduate student.

 

 

 

  • Eizo & Toyo Sakumoto Trust Scholarship

 

 

Requirements: Be a college Junior, Senior or Graduate Student. Be of Japanese ancestry. Attend college in Hawaii. Applicants must have been born in Hawaii. Minimum GPA 3.5

 

 

 

 

 

  • Elena Albano "Maka'alohilohi" Scholarship Fund

 

 

 

Requirements: Be in recovery from a mental health / behavioral / or psychological disability. Be a resident of Maui County. Preference given to students of Hawaii ancestry and renewal applicants.

 

  • Good Eats Scholarship Fund

 

 

Requirements: Pursue post high school studies in the culinary arts or agriculture at an accredited institution in the continental U.S. Applicants should be able to demonstrate an interest in food production and preparation through participation in a high school or community college home economics, culinary arts or horticulture program or involvement in clubs or activities in this area.

 

 

 

  • Hawai'i Pizza Hut Scholarship Fund

 

 

Requirements: Demonstrate financial need. Be a resident of the state of Hawaii.
Attend a two-year or four-year college or university. GPA (grade point average) of at least 2.5 but no more than 3.5.

 

  • Hawaii Pacific Gerontological Society Nursing Scholarship Fund

 

 

 

Requirements: Be accepted in a nursing program at a two- or four-year college or university in Hawai'i. Pursue an RN or LPN degree with an interest in geriatric nursing

 

  • Hawaii Society of Certified Public Accountants Scholarship Fund

 

 

Requirements: Major or concentrate in accounting. Must have already completed two or more 300-level accounting courses. Be a college Junior, Senior or Graduate Student.
Attend school at an accredited four-year college or university in Hawai'i.
Minimum GPA of 3.0. Special requirements for Personal Statement -- see below.

 

  • Hawaiian Homes Commission Scholarship

 

 

Requirements: Scholarships will be awarded to students who are either: 1. native Hawaiian (of at least 50% Hawaiian blood quantum); OR 2. Department of Hawaiian Home Lands (DHHL) lessees. DHHL will contact scholarship applicants to verify 50% Hawaiian blood quantum or status as a lessee.  Scholarship applicants will be required to provide birth certificates and/or other documents to verify eligibility. Scholarship applicants must be enrolled as classified students. Minimum GPA: 2.0, undergraduates; 3.0 graduates Scholarship applicants are not required to be residents of Hawai'i.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Hideko & Zenzo Matsuyama Scholarship Fund

 

 

Requirements: Be a graduate of a high school or secondary education equivalent (General Education Diploma) in the state of Hawaii. Minimum GPA of 3.0. Preference may be given to students of Japanese ancestry born in Hawaii.

 

  • Hokuli`a Foundation Scholarship Fund

 

 

Requirements: Be a resident of North or South Kona. Plan to study in the fields of Healthcare, Education, or Social Work. Preference given to students demonstrating an emphasis in advancing Native Hawaiian culture. Include in your personal statement a record of your community service and a description of how your future career may benefit the lives of Hawai'i residents and/or advance Native Hawaaiian culture upon completion of your education.  Also provide information about your intentions to stay in or return to Kona or Hawai'i after completing your education.

 

  • Ida M. Pope Memorial Scholarship

 

 

Requirements: Be of Hawaiian ancestry (first time applicants must submit a copy of their birth certificate to verify ancestry).
Be a female.
Minimum 3.0 GPA.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Isemoto Contracting Co., Ltd. Scholarship Fund

 

 

Requirements: Be a graduate of a Hawaii Island High School. Be accepted as an upper classman into one of the following college programs: a school of engineering, a teacher education program, a nursing program.

 

  • Ka‘iulani Home For Girls Trust Scholarship

 

 

 

Requirements: Be of Hawaiian ancestry (first time applicants must submit a copy of their birth certificates to verify ancestry). Be a female. Be a college freshman or sophomore (past recipients who will be juniors or seniors are also eligible to apply). Minimum GPA 3.0.

 

 

 

  • Makia & Ann Malo Scholarship Fund

 

 

Requirements: Be a graduate student. Major in Law at a school located in the state of Hawaii.
Preference given to students of Hawaiian ancestry who demonstrate a desire to contribute to the Hawaiian community after earning their graduate degree.

 

  • Makinney & Pietsch Families Scholarship for Grades 6-12

 

 

 

Requirements: Be a qualified dependent of an eligible employee of Title Guaranty of Hawaii, Incorporated and Title Guaranty Escrow Services, Inc. and their respective subsidiary and affiliated corporations or entities.  Eligible employees must be employed full-time and have been with Title Guaranty for at least one year. Be a student in grades 6 to 12.

 

  • Makinney & Pietsch Families Scholarship Fund

 

 

Requirements: Be an employee or qualified dependent of Title Guaranty of Hawaii, Incorporated and Title Guaranty Escrow Services, Inc. and their respective subsidiary and affiliated corporations or entities.  Eligible employees must be employed full-time and have been with Title Guaranty for at least one year. Be pursuing post secondary (college) studies. To apply for secondary school tuition assistance (grades 6-12), you must fill out a paper application.  You will not be able to apply online. To find a downloadable application form for secondary school tuition assistance, look under the category "Scholarships with Separate Application Materials and Deadlines".

 

  • March Taylor Educational Fund

 

 

Requirements: Be from the island of Hawaii, with preference to students from West Hawaii. Be enrolled in an Auto Body Repair & Painting program.

 

  • Margaret Jones Memorial Nursing Fund

 

 

Requirements: Be in a BSN or MSN Nursing program at UH Mānoa, UH Hilo or HPU or a Ph.D program in Hawai‘i or on the U.S. mainland. Be a college junior, senior or graduate student Preference may be given to members of the Hawai‘i Nurses Association. Minimum GPA 3.0

 

 

 

  • Office of Hawaiian Affairs Scholarship Fund

 

 

Requirements: Be a Hawai`i resident or resident of the continental United States.
Demonstrate financial need. Be enrolled full-time or part-time at an accredited two or four year college. Be a classified undergraduate or graduate student.
Demonstrate academic achievement at least or above 2.0 for undergraduates and 3.0 for graduates. Be of Hawaiian ancestry.  Ancestry must be verified through OHA's Hawaiian Registry Program by the March 1st deadline to be eligible.

 

  • Oscar & Rosetta Fish Fund

 

 

 

Requirements: Major in Business. Attend school at any Univeristy of Hawaii campus excluding Mānoa.

 

  • Perry & Sally Sorenson Scholarship for Foster Youth

 

 

 

Requirements: Be permanently or temporarily separated from birth parent(s) and aged out of the foster care system in the state of Hawaii. Be between the ages of 18 and 25. Minimum GPA of 2.0. Be a resident of the state of Hawaii.

 

  • Raymond F. Cain Scholarship Fund

 

 

 

Requirements: Major or concentrate in a field related to Landscape Architecture.
Minimum GPA of 2.7. Deomonstrate financial need. Be a resident of Hawaii.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Rich Meiers Health Administration Fund

 

 

 

Requirements: Major in hospital, long-term care, or health care administration. Attend a college or university in Hawaii. Be a college junior, senior, or graduate student. Minimum 2.7 cumulative GPA (grade point average)

 

  • Rosemary & Nellie Ebrie Foundation Scholarship

 

 

 

Requirements: Be a long-time resident born and currently living on the island of Hawai‘i. Be of Hawaiian ancestry.

 

  • Safeway Foundation Hawaii Scholarship Fund

 

 

 

Requirements: Attend a college or university in Hawai'i. Minimum GPA (grade point average) of 3.0. Preference for current and past employees of Safeway Hawaii & their dependents.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Snipes-Meyer-Vorhies Nursing Scholarship Fund

 

 

 

Requirements: Be enrolled as a student majoring in nursing at Maui Community College, with preference given to students in the Associate of Science (AS) in Nursing or the Certificate of Achievement (CA) programs.
Minimum GPA of 3.0 for undergraduate programs; 2.0 for AS and CA programs.
Personal statement must include applicant's current and planned community service. Preference may be given to students of Hawaiian ancestry.

 

  • Times Supermarket Shop & Score Scholarship

 

 

Requirements: Be a current year graduating Senior of any high school on O‘ahu participating in the Times Shop and Score Program. This academic scholarship was established by Times Supermarket, American Saving Bank and Kraft Foods as a part of their annual Shop and Score program assisting High School Athletics.The following O‘ahu high school are participating in the Times Shop and Score Program: Academy of the Pacific, Aiea High School, Anuenue Schools, Assets School, Campbell High School, Castle High School, Christian Academy, Farrington High School, Hanalani Schools, Hawai‘i Baptist Academy, Hawaii Center for the Deaf & Blind, Kahuku High School, Kailua High School, Kaimuki High School, Kaiser High School, Kalaheo High School, Kalani High  School, Kamehameha Schools, Kapolei High School, La Pietra, Lanakila Baptist, Le Jardon Academy, Leilehua High School, Lutheran High School, Maryknoll Schools, McKinley High School, Mid Pacific Institute, Mililani High School, Moanalua High School, Nanakuli High School, Pacific Baptist Academy, Pearl City High School, Punahou Schools, Radford High School, Roosevelt High School, Sacred Hearts Academy, Saint Andrews Priory, Saint Francis School, University High School, Waialua High School, Waianae High School and Waipahu High School.

 

  • Troy Barboza Educational Fund Scholarship

 

 

 

Requirements: Be a dependent of a Hawai‘i public employee killed or injured in the line of duty (to the extent that they are incapacitated or incapable of continuing their profession). OR Be an past or present public employee injured in the line of duty.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Will J. Henderson Scholarship Fund in Hawai‘i

 

 

 

Requirements: Be a child dependent of a current employee at Queen's Medical Center. Attend or plan to attend any academic or vocational institution in Hawaii and the U.S.A. that is accredited and approved by the Hawai’i Community Foundation. Minimum GPA of 2.0

Northwestern University Student Affairs Asian/Asian American Student Affairs

 

http://www.northwestern.edu/asian-american/scholarships.html

A Better Chance:
College Scholarships for Asian American Students

Visit a Better Chance for more information.

Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA):
Scholarship Program

Visit AAJA for more information and/or to apply.

Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF)

Visit APIASF for more information and/or to apply.

Association of Teachers of Japanese Bridging Project:
Scholarship Program for Study in Japan

Visit the Bridging Project for more information and/or to apply.

Black Excel:
Scholarships & Resources for Minority Students

List of 200 organizations offering scholarships and resources for minority students.

Conference on Asian Pacific American Leadership (CAPAL):
Summer Scholarship Program

Visit CAPAL for more information and/or to apply.

Institute of International Education (IIE):
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program

Visit IIE for more information and/or to apply.

Japanese American Citizens League (JACL):
National Scholarships & Awards Program

Visit JACL for more information and/or to apply.

National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA):
Law Foundation Scholarships

Visit NAPABA for more information and/or to apply.

Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA):
OCA-AXA Achievement Scholarship

Visit OCA for more information and/or to apply.

Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA):
OCA-UPS Gold Mountain Scholarship

Visit OCA for more information and/or to apply.

Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA):
OCA-Verizon Scholarship

Visit OCA for more information and/or to apply.

Scholarships 4 School:
Scholarships & Financial Aid

Visit Scholarships4School for more information.

The Multicultural Advantage:
Scholarship Opportunity Center

Visit the Multicultural Advantage for more information.

United States Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce:
Scholarship Program

Visit USPAACC for more information and/or to apply.

 

 

Polynesian ancestry scholarships:

Hawai’i’s Daughter Guild Of California http://www.hiccsc.org/scholarships.htm

Hawai`i’s Daughters Guild
18423 South Raymond Avenue
Gardena, CA 90248

Requirements: Open to Women of Polynesian ancestry who are California residents and will enter college following high school graduation. Type of Study: Undergraduate, Place of Study: Any accredited college or university in the US, field of study: Not restricted.

 


Hawaiian Ancestry Scholarships:

Liko A’e is a native Hawaiian scholarship program https://likoae.org
UH Maui College
310 West Ka'ahumanu Avenue
Kahului, Hi 96732-1617

Scholarships

  • Ikiiki

  • Hilinaehu

  • Welehu

  • Kaulua

Applicant Criteria

  • Be Hawaiian, defined as a descendent of the aboriginal inhabitants of the Hawaiian Islands prior to 1778, as evidenced by original, certified birth records

  • Be a United States citizen

  • Have a high school diploma (or its equivalent)

  • Be enrolled in or accepted to attend, either full-time or half time, an accredited two- or four-year degree-granting institution of higher education in Hawaii or the continental US.

  • Demonstrate financial need through submission of the 2009-2010 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

  • Using the 4.0 GPA scale, you attained a minimum grade point average of at least 2.0 for undergraduates or 3.0 for graduate students as evidenced by you most recent official transcript.

Requirements:

  • Online Application

  • Student Aid Report (SAR) & the completion of the Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

  • Official Transcript from your most recent school

    • High school transcripts must cover at least 7 semesters

    • Undergraduate and Graduate students must ask their school to submit their official transcript, covering all credit courses from the most recently completed term.

Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program http://www.nhhsp.org/
The Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program (NHHSP) provides funding to Native Hawaiians who are pursuing the following degrees as full time students enrolled at accredited universities:

  1. Clinical Psychology (PhD & PsyD)

  2. Dentistry (DMD & DDS)

  3. Physician (MD & DO, with select specialties)

  4. Masters In Public Health (MPH)

  5. Nurse Midwife

  6. Nursing (ADN, BSN, MSN, NP)

  7. Physicians Assistant

  8. Pharmacist

  9. Nutritionist

  10. Social Work (MSW)

  11. Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT)

  12. Ophthalmology

  13. Optometry

  14. Dental Hygiene (DH)

Eligibility Requirement

  • Native Hawaiian

  • Enrolled Full-Time

  • Pursuing one of the above professions at an accredited college or university

  • Willing to relocate anywhere within the State of Hawaii to complete your service obligation|

Na Ho’okama a Pauahi

Kamehameha Schools

Applicant Services Center, ATTN: FASS

567 S. King Street, Suite 102

Honolulu, HI 96813

Fax: (808)523-6286

 

  •  
    •  
      • Select Kamehameha Schools (CSS Code 0274) to ensure that KS’ Financial Aid and Scholarship Services office receives your PROFILE infor­mation.

  •  
    • COMPLETE THE APPLICATION

    • PAY your $25 application FEE

      • This covers the costs of creating your PROFILE application and sending the information to one college or scholarship program. You

      • You will be charged $16 for each additional college or program to which your information is sent.

      • Payment Options

  • Credit cards, debit cards and online checks are accepted

  • College Board fee waiver – A limited number of fee waivers are awarded AUTOMATICALLY online by the College Board. They are granted to first–time college applicants from families with low incomes and limited assets.

  • Kamehameha Schools fee payment codes (6-digits) – If you do not have a credit card, debit card or checking account, you may pay for your application using a fee payment code from Kamehameha Schools. FREE fee payment codes are offered to qualified applicants. KS fee payment codes are also available for purchase at KS community workshops. For details, visit our Web site at www.ksbe.edu/finaid

  • SUBMIT the application.

 

  • STEP 2

    • Mail your tax documents to the College Board’s IDOC –

  • You can access the IDOC Web site at https://idoc.collegeboard.com

  • IDOC COVER SHEET & DOCUMENTS

  • All documents submitted to IDOC must be accompanied by an IDOC cover sheet which will be available at the IDOC Web site in February, 2010. The documents you send to IDOC will depend on your tax-filer status.

  • TAX FILER required documents:

    •  
      •  
        •  
          1.  
            • IDOC COVER SHEET

            • A signed 2009 Federal 1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ income tax return

            • All 2009 W2 forms

            • All 2009 1099 forms and tax schedules

  • Independent students – submit tax forms for:

    •  
      •  
        •  
          1.  
            • applicant and spouse, if married, OR

            • applicant and significant other, if they reside in the same household and share a biological child

  • Dependent students – submit tax forms for:

    •  
      •  
        •  
          1.  
            • applicant and applicant’s parent(s), step-parent(s) OR

            • applicant’s biological parent(s) who are not married but live together

  • NON-TAX FILER required documents:

    •  
      •  
        •  
          1.  
            • IDOC COVER SHEET

            • Non-tax-filer statement (student and/or parent)

  • Independent students – submit an IDOC non-tax filer statement for:

    •  
      •  
        •  
          1.  
            • applicant and spouse, if married OR

            • applicant and significant other, if they reside in the same household and share a biological child

  • Dependent students – submit an IDOC non-tax filer statement for:

    •  
      •  
        •  
          1.  
            • applicant and parent(s)/stepparent(s) OR

            • applicant’s biological parent(s) who are not married but live together

  • STEP 3

    • Mail or fax your KS Certification Statement & college verification documents to the KS Applicant Services Center (ASC)

Asian Ancestry Scholarships:

The Asian Women in Business Scholarship Fund
http://www.eastchance.com/scholarship.asp?id=1733
Eligibility:

  • female of Asian (includes those who can trace their ancestry from Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam) or Pacific Islander ancestry.

  • Enrolled full-time in an accredited 4-year undergraduate institution in the U.S. at the time of application and award

  • Have one or more of the following: a) a leadership role in a community or non-profit endeavor, or b) a record of entrepreneurial achievement

  • Minimum of 3.0 Undergraduate GPA (out of 4.0) at the time of application

  • Most recent college transcript is required for the application;

  • semifinalists will be required to provide their most recent official college transcript

  • U.S. citizen or permanent resident

Asian Women in Business and AARP Foundtation Womens Scholarships
http://www.financialaidfinder.com/student-scholarship-search/scholarships-personal-characteristics/scholarships-for-women/asian-women-aarp

  • Asian Women in Business

Description: Established in 2006, the Asian Women In Business Scholarship encourages supports exceptional Asian female students who demonstrate scholarship, leadership, community service and/or entrepreneurship. Qualified candidates must be women of Asian or Pacific Islander ancestry, who are enrolled full-time in an accredited four-year undergraduate institution in the U.S. Additionally, she must have a minimum GPA of 3.0, and be involved in a leadership role in a community or non-profit organization and/or a record of entrepreneurial achievement. The application deadline is August 15, 2009.

Award: $2,500
Awards per year: 1
Award is Open to: Undergraduate Students
Major/Field of Study: Business

  • AARP Foundation Women’s Scholarship Program

Description: One type of scholarship that you don’t see very often is for older students. But the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) is a leader in encouraging older citizens to reach their technical and educational goals, and has implemented the Women’s Scholarship Program to ease the financial burden that is associated with going back to school. Applicants much prove that they have financial need to qualify for these scholarships.
Award: $500 – $5,000
Awards per Year: 100
Award is Open to: Women over 40
Major/Field of Study: Open

INTERNSHIPS

Pacific Internship Programs for Exploring Science

University of Hawai‘i Hilo
200 W. Kawili St. Hilo, HI 96720
Phone: (808) 933-0705
Fax: (808) 933-0704
E-mail: uhintern@hawaii.edu
uhttp://www.uhh.hawaii.edu/uhintern/InternshipHeadPage.php

To qualify for PIPES you must be:

  • an undergraduate student (Note: for REU, you must be a continuing student in the fall after your internship);

  • a U.S. citizen, national, or permanent resident;

  • be in good academic standing (minimum overall GPA of 2.0); and

  • Interested in pursuing a career related to tropical conservation biology.

 

Those with any of the following are particularly encourage to apply:

  • little or no research experience and attend schools with limited research opportunity;

  • Enrolled full-time at a minority-serving institution (see http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/edlite-minorityinst.html);

  • First generation college students (neither parent has a bachelor's degree);

  • Are knowledgeable and/or familiar with Hawaiian ecosystems;

  • Students of Native Pacific Island or Native Hawaiian ancestry and Hawaii residents; and Kama’aina students attending four-year colleges or universities who are majoring in natural science, marine science, agriculture, geography, geology. Non-environmental majors are allowed by permission. Students attending two-year colleges who plan to attend a four-year institution following the internship and students who have graduated within six months of the program start date may also apply.

  • Preference will be given to those candidates who plan to pursue a career in Hawaii and who have a strong dedication to our island environment and culture.

 

APAICS
Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies
1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 530
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: 202/296-9200 Fax: 202/296-9236
E-mail: apaics@apaics.org
http://www.apaics.org/pages/programs/internship-program.php

  • Students may apply by sending a cover letter and resume

    • In the cover letter, please indicate the reason you are interested in an internship with APAICS, the type of work you are interested in, the time frame and approximate number of hours you will commit to the internship, the level of computer skills you possess, and any languages you speak. In addition, submit a one-page double-spaced article on one of the following topics: Congress, the Presidential Candidacy, any Asian in political office, any issues facing APAs, or your involvement in the APA community. APAICS will also assist you in obtaining school credit for your work. We look forward to hearing from you!

 

Papa Ola Lokahi

http://papaolalokahi.org/coconut/opportunities/index.cfm#scholarships

Funding Opportunity
Grants, competitions, other resources

LOCAL

National

Federal

Scholarships
Resources for Native Hawaiian Students

Training Opportunities
Fellowships, internships, volunteer positions, continuing education, & professional development

INTERNSHIP DATABASE http://www.groovejob.com/browse/internships/in/HI/Hawaii

 

Other Scholarship Websites

 

http://www.scholarships4students.com/

http://www.upromise.com/acquisitionLanding.do?aqid=moneyforcollegevis&ax=searchaff-google-IQID13245154&cm_mmc=Online-_-PaidSearch-_-google-_-ppc

http://oregonstate.edu/financialaid/scholarships