Scholarship ʻAha 2020: Alu Like


Kamehameha Schools
 

The Hana Lima Scholarship Program (HLSP) provides financial assistance to students participating in a vocational or technical education program for occupations that can provide a “living wage.” This need-based scholarship is available to students in vocational programs that lead to a specific segment of employment. This scholarship gives financial assistance toward tuition and fees, books and other required tools or uniforms for a vocational program. Students pursuing a major in Liberal Arts or are taking only pre-requisite courses are encouraged to select a major of study in order to qualify for additional services.

  • The Hana Lima Scholarship award is a $1,500 award to be used toward tuition, fees, books and other required tools or uniforms for a vocational program. Scholarship checks are mailed directly to the school or program. Please Note: The maximum times an applicant may receive the Hana Lima Scholarship is twice during the course of their lifetime.

Important Dates:

  • Application opens:
  • Application deadline:

Eligibility:

As An Applicant, You Must Meet The Following Criteria:

  • Be of Native Hawaiian Ancestry
  • Be a resident of the State of Hawai‘i
  • Received a High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Not currently receiving any Kamehameha Schools financial aid for post-secondary education
  • Maintain a 2.0 or higher grade point average (GPA)
  • Be enrolled at least half-time in a vocational degree (AA or AS – Associates Degree) or certification program in one of the approved educational institutions in Hawai‘i listed on the application.
  • We DO NOT assist with Baccalaureate, Graduate, or Professional Degrees

Website:

https://www.alulike.org/hlsp/

 


Learn more about our other scholarship partners:

Hawaiʻi Community Foundation

Kamehameha Schools

Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship

Pauahi Foundation

UH System Scholarships

 

Additional Resources:

FAFSA Line-by-Line Guide

Hawaiʻi

Kauaʻi

Maui, Molokaʻi, Lānaʻi

Oʻahu (coming soon)

 

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