Ku Holo Mau Maritime Pathways Scholarship
Deadline: August 31, 2017
The Ku Holo Mau Maritime Pathways Scholarship honors our voyaging ancestors and leaders who have set the course for us to once again sail with pride, confidence, and wisdom. The scholarship program seeks to recognize and support individuals who reflect the high standards and mission of Kanehunamoku Voyaging Academy and whose career pathways may directly or indirectly align with the maritime industry. As a scholarship recipient, program participants represent the best and the brightest as they serve as positive role models for their family, friends, and community.
To be eligible:
You must have successfully completed and graduated from the Halau Holomoana program,
You must be on at least 1 of 2 career paths which include:
Enrollment in a two or four year college/university or maritime vocational training program in the Fall of 2017 (Preference will be given to those students attending a maritime related college or training program),
Currently working or immediately looking to work within the maritime field.
Funds must be used to support your educational OR occupational needs (tuition, fees, books, TWIC card, etc.)
Due to the competitiveness of the scholarship program, the Kanehunamoku Voyaging Academy staff reserves the right to interview applicants to finalize winners. Scholarship recipients will be notified in September 2017. Awards will be given in increments after each milestone has been completed - registration for classes, mid term reports and final grades. If there are any questions regarding the application process or awards, please contact the College and Career Counselor at email@example.com.
Awardees are required:
-Submit transcripts at the end of each semester/trimester.
-Submit schedule of classes/registration.
-Complete 2 conferences per semester with the College Career Counselor. These can be face to face or by phone.
-Attend 2 of 3 training camps to be located at Kaʻalaea, Oahu. Training camps are set for December 21-23, 2017; March 20-22, 2018; and June 4-7, 2018.