Construction Industry of Maui

2020 KSAA-EHR Scholarship

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This scholarship is for students planning to attend the University of Hawai’i at Hilo or Hawai’i Community College (in Hilo). We awarded one of our scholarships to a KSM grad last year.
If you have any questions or need to clarify anything on the Scholarship application, please email me or call my cellular phone (808) 640-6046.

Hoʻonaʻauao Higher Education Scholarship


HONOLULU ­– Native Hawaiian students have one more week to submit their applications for the Hoʻonaʻauao Higher Education Scholarship Program, a partnership between OHA and the University of Hawaiʻi-Mānoa Native Hawaiian Science & Engineering Mentorship Program.

Applications for scholarship awards for the Fall semester must be submitted online by 4 p.m., Monday, March 2, 2020. The Hoʻonaʻauao Higher Education Scholarship Program will provide scholarships to approximately 200 Native Hawaiian students pursuing college degrees.

Applicants must meet the following:

  • Be of Native Hawaiian ancestry;
  • Enrolled at any of the 10 University of Hawaiʻi campuses for Fall 2020; 
  • Have completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA); and
  • Maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0 for undergraduates and a minimum GPA of 3.0 for graduate students.

Priority consideration will be given to first-generation college students and non-traditional students, including student parents.  

For more information about the Hoʻonaʻauao Higher Education Scholarship Program and the application process, visit or email  

To apply, complete the UH System Common Scholarship Application online at

For a comprehensive collection of information on scholarships, financial aid resources, and student support services for Native Hawaiians, visit

About the Office of Hawaiian Affairs

Established by the state Constitutional Convention in 1978, OHA is a semi-autonomous state agency mandated to better the conditions of Native Hawaiians. Guided by a board of nine publicly elected trustees, OHA fulfills its mandate through advocacy, research, community engagement, land management and the funding of community programs. Learn more at

Office: (808) 594-1982

Fax: (808) 594-1865 

Don Reeser and Mary Evanson Memorial Scholarship

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A scholarship grant of $1,000 USD will be awarded to each of up to two students who will be attending an accredited college or university in 2020-2021 and who are, or will be, studying in a field related to the biology, ecology and/or conservation of Haleakalā National Park’s ecosystem. 

The scholarship honors the life work of both Don Reeser, Superintendent of Haleakalā National Park from 1988 to 2005, and Mary Evanson, co-founder of the non-profit Friends of Haleakalā National Park (FHNP) which supports the Park’s mission to preserve and protect Haleakalā ‘sunique ecosystems, scenic character, and associated Native Hawaiian culture.  Please see more about these heroes on page 3.


Each scholarship recipient will be:

  • a Hawai’i resident,
  • either a graduating high school student admitted into an accredited college or university or a continuing college student,
  • and planning to enter, or already working toward a degree in, a field related to conservation, ecology or biology related to the preservation of the ecosystem of Haleakalā. 

Each applicant will provide:

  • Transcripts showing a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher,
  • 2 letters of recommendation,
  • a 1200- to 1500-word essay.  Please see essay question and guidelines below.

Essay guidelines:  To help us know you better, please write an essay of 1200 to 1500 words about your experience with Haleakalā National Park or other Hawai’i ecosystem(s) and how you will apply that experience to your field of study.  If you have not been to Haleakalā National Park, what other parks have you visited in Hawai’i, and how will you apply that experience to your chosen field?   Why did you choose this field, and what is your long-term goal in this field of study?

Date due:  The completed application must be submitted to The Friends of Haleakalā National Park by April 15, 2020.

Submittal method:  Either by email to BOTH AND,  or by postal mail to:

FHNP, P. O. Box 322, Makawao, HI 96768

post-marked by the due date of April 15, 2020.

Winners will be notified by May 15, 2020.  Excerpts from winners’ essays may be used in the newsletter of FHNP, and winners may be interviewed for articles in the newsletter.

Please find the application form on the following page.

Touch of Peace Scholarship Program


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It’s not in itself that you get a “GOOD EDUCATION”  It’s what you do with your education and I ask   What does it mean to get a good education? 



Peace starts from within and permeates all of society from the seeds we plant today 

Massage helps one to be more peaceful–parents raise more peaceful children–making the family/community and thus the world more peaceful.

How will you propagate a more peaceful society after being “EDUCATED”

TOUCH FOR PEACE MASSAGE MODALITY —a combination of massage modalities from around the world will be taught to massage therapists and body workers worldwide.  A portion of the sales from this TFP massage will eventually be used to fund scholarships  in their localities.  Spreading the Peaceful Touch Worldwide

Offering $500 scholarships to High School Students Entering College

Email Applications to:

Laura Rosenthal

by April 8 2020

Maui Okinawa Kenjin Kai Scholarship (Maui)

Click here to view application

Maui Filipino Chamber of Commerce Foundation Scholarship

Women’s League of Central Union Church Scholarship (Art)

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Pauahi Foundation Public Scholarship Program

Attention: Kamehameha Schools Class of 2020! Don’t miss out on another college scholarship opportunity from the Pauahi Foundation. Open to all, our public scholarships program offers more than 100 different funds to choose from. Apply today! 

  I’ve already applied for Pauahi Foundation’s scholarship program (open to current KS Seniors only). Can I apply for the public scholarships program? / I missed the application deadline for current KS Seniors Only, can I still apply for the public scholarships program?

  • Yes! If you would like to be considered for additional college funding from Pauahi Foundation, we encourage you to apply. If you submitted the application available only to current KS Seniors, you may be qualified for awards from both programs.

  How do I apply for KAPF’s public scholarships?

  • Visit our website for information regarding our program’s general eligibility, process and other requirements. Make sure to review our Scholarships Listing to find a Fund that fits your needs and area of study.
  • Begin your application by clicking here.
  • Make sure to click ‘Submit’ on your application and upload all required documents before our deadline (February 7, 2020 at 4:15pm HST).

Mark your calendars: Deadline to submit your completed application and to submit all required or supplemental documents is Friday, February 7, 2020 at 4:15pm (HST). Applications and documents will not be accepted after this time/date.

Hawaii Community Foundation Scholarship

Hawaii Community Foundation Scholarships is like the “Common App” for Hawaii Scholarships. Fill out ONE application and apply to as many scholarships that you meet the minimum requirements for (over 289 local scholarships)!

**Highly Recommend! Deadline to apply 1/31/2020 @ 4:00pm DO NOT PROCRASTINATE… last year due to all the last minute applications the website timed out! #toobadtoosad

Hawaii Jiu Jitsu Foundation Scholarship

Just a reminder.. please apply!!!

We are Hawaii JiuJitsu Foundation Inc. a nonprofit organization and we wanted to take some time to introduce ourselves to you and inform you of the HIJJ Kimono Scholarship. Our mission is to educate our island’s communities about the benefits of the grappling arts with a focus on Brazilian JiuJitsu as it applies to our daily lives. To empower individuals through hands on instructions or improved access to instruction of the grappling arts and to award scholarships to individuals and groups who participate in grappling arts with preference to Brazilian Jiujitsu in the state of Hawai’i.  The HIJJ Kimono Scholarship is a $500 post secondary scholarship awarded to a graduating senior in the class of 2020 who will be attending a post secondary education at an accredited post secondary institution. Any interested senior can apply online at:  Deadline to apply is March 31, 2020.


Aloha Poʻaha and Happy Holidays,

On behalf of the All-Pono organization, we would like to extend this invitation to all of your seniors to apply for the 2019-2020 college scholarship.  The All PONO organization was created in 2007 after the tragic loss of Founders, Jon and Maile Viela of their three-year-old son, Jrew Kūpono.  Their other two children, Jrae and Jai felt the need to turn their grief into something positive.  Thus, All PONO Organization was created.  The scholarship became a vital part of All Pono as it started as a senior project for Jrae to extend the financial support of post-high education.  This high school senior project of fund-raising and marketing has transformed into a scholarship program that is embedded into the organizational support t0 the youth of Maui County.  

Please share the below URL with your students and ʻohana and extend the opportunity to apply for this scholarship.  The deadline is March 15, 2020.  Please feel free to email Maile or Jon Viela at if there should be any questions.  Click here for application

**THIS IS OUR OWN, COACH JON VIELA and his ‘ohana (Kalena’s uncle)!!!! 


HCCNC Scholarship

The HCCNC Scholarship is looking for Hawai’i students who

– Were born in Hawai‘i, are residents of Hawaii for a minimum of five years, or have a parent that has lived in Hawai‘i for a minimum of 20 years
– Are United States citizens or permanent residents
– Have a high school diploma (or its equivalent)
– Have enrolled part-time, full-time, or accepted at a school in the Bay Area 
– Have a minimum GPA of 2.5 (for undergraduate students) or a 3.0 GPA (for graduate students) 

Amount: $2,500


Hawaii Tokai Scholarship

The Hawaii Tokai International College Gateway Scholarship is looking for students who have

Gone to school in Hawaii

Applied or have plans to apply for Hawaii Tokai International College

An interest in the field of Liberal Arts

A GPA of 3.50 (Or higher)

Amount: $1,800

Click here to view it on our website. 

Note: This is open to high school seniors, undergraduate freshmen, undergraduate sophomores, undergraduate juniors, undergraduate seniors, and graduate students. 🙂

Hahperd Scholarship

The HAHPERD Scholarships are looking for Hawaii students who have
– Studied for at least two years in a Hawaii High School
– Teaching potential in the areas of health, physical education, recreation and/or dance
– Interest in or is currently in the field of Physical Education / Fitness / Nutrition, Health Administration or Dance- A GPA of 3.0 (Or higher)
– Been applying to and/or is currently enrolled in a 2-year or 4-year study
HAHPERD High School Scholarship is open to high school seniors. 
Amount: $750
HAHPERD College Scholarship is open to current college students. 
Amount: $1,250
HAHPERD Graduate Scholarship is open to both graduate and PhD students. 
Amount: $1,250

Gifts of Aloha Scholarship

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Rotary Scholarship

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***Pauahi Foundation Scholarships

Pauahi Foundation Packet- Click Here

Pauahi Foundation Scholarship- Apply Here

Fukunaga Scholarship (Business) Due Feb. 21

  • 4 years – $5,000 per year (Total $20,000)
  • Applicants must:
  • Be a US citizen and Hawaii Resident
  • Plan to attend an accredited 4 year college or university
  • Work toward a career in business

31 Hawaii Scholarships (Scholars App

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The Filipino Women’s League Scholarship is looking for

Hawai’i high school seniors of Filipino Ancestry
3.7 GPA or higher
Students who plan on enrolling full-time at a college in Hawai’i

Amount: $1500


For your students who meet all requirements and have registered accounts on Scholars App, we’ve already notified them that they are eligible to apply. 🙂 Note: This scholarship is also open to male students. The scholarship organization is called the Filipino Women’s League, but is open to all genders!

BigSun Scholarship

The BigSun Organization is proud to be able to continue to help young athletes succeed in their academic pursuits. We are offering an annual scholarship to a deserving student. All student athletes are eligible for this award, regardless of which sport they are participating in. 

Deadline               –     June 19, 2020    

Amount of Award  –        $500.00

The successful applicant will be a high school senior or be attending a post secondary institute and currently involved in some sport at that institution or in the community.. 

Please visit our website at to learn how to apply.

“B. Davis Scholarship”

The creators of the “Student Award Search Aid” website are offering a scholarship for 2020.
Please visit our website at to read about us and to apply for our scholarship.  While you’re there, please browse through the rest of the site to learn more about applying for scholarships.
Our website was developed solely for the purpose of helping students locate and apply for scholarships.  We are trying to improve the students’ chances for success.  The site is free and we charge nothing for the information or the application.
The deadline for applications is May 22, 2020

Amount of Scholarship:  $1,000

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at

Hawai’i Self Storage Student Scholarship is looking for

High school seniors
Looking to enroll full-time at a 4-year college or universityAmount: $4000


Dr. Oliver M. Lee Scholarship is looking for

U.S. citizen and Hawaii residents
Plans to or is currently pursuing post-secondary education and/or technical training
Amount: $1000


Josh and Souk Jerman Foundation Scholarship is looking for 

Maui County seniors planning on enrolling full-time at a 4-year university or college this Fall 2020
Interested in working in Maui County after graduation
Amount: $1000Ambassador of Aloha Scholarship

Open to full-time, undergraduates attending an accredited college or high school seniors demonstrating financial need. Applicant must be a resident of Hawaii, a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, and participating in canoeing, surfing, kayaking, swimming, water polo, or volleyball, with a record of accomplishments and intention to compete in college. Applicants should demonstrate the spirit of aloha through leadership and community involvement. Multiple scholarships available.
Duke Award Scholarship The Duke Award is a one-time, $25,000 award, created to recognize an outstanding Hawaii high school senior who meets the requirements of the above Ambassador of Aloha Scholarship, and also exemplifies the character and personality traits of Duke Kahanamoku. Applicants must be nominated by a school official and each school may nominate up to three students. Nominations may be sent to

CHeck email for link (the link isn’t working yet, but should be up soon)

AES Scholarship Deadline Is Approaching

The deadline for the 14th annual AES Scholarship is October 6, 2019.  

Visit our website at and please encourage your students to apply.  We wish them all good luck!

Fastweb Scholarships for Juniors (Class of 2020)

Scholarship. com Scholarships for Juniors (Class of 2020)

Scholarships for Juniors-Prep scholar

Hawaii Community Foundation

To Access Scholarship Applications for the Scholarships below, use QR codes on this document –>

Hawaii Filipino Chronicle Scholarship
This scholarship is looking for Hawaii high school graduates who are
Filipino or part-Filipino that are enrolled as incoming freshmen,
sophomores, juniors or non-graduating seniors at accredited
four-year public or private colleges/universities in Hawaii,
with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Amount: $2,500
Deadline: September 30, 2019

Early Childhood Education Scholarships
This scholarship is looking for applicants who live in Hawaii that
are interested in entering the early care and education profession.
Amount: $750
Deadline: August 31, 2019
The AFSCME Family Scholarship Program
The AFSCME Family Scholarship Program is for children of full
dues-paying AFSCME members. Scholarships of $2,000 will be awarded
to ten (10) applicants enrolled in a full-time degree program either
at an accredited two-year or four-year institution.
Amount: $2,000 (Renewable up to 4 years)
Deadline: December 31, 2019

Violet Richardson Award

Eligible applicants are young women who are currently
between the ages of 14 and 18, who have demonstrated initiative
in both identifying a problem and trying to solve it, and had significant
and noteworthy accomplishments as volunteers.
Amount: $500
Deadline: November 15, 2019

Geraldine Putman Clark Scholarship
A renewable award for talented students (Grades 7-12) who
wish to pursue serious study in the visual arts. This award offers
substantial tuition remission, and a portfolio must be submitted.
Potential recipients must demonstrate financial need.
Amount: Varies
Deadline: January 31, 2020

Evans Scholarships
This is a full tuition and housing college scholarship for high-achieving
caddies with limited financial means. To qualify, caddies must meet
the requirements of having a strong caddie record, excellent academics,
demonstrated financial need and outstanding character.
Amount: Full-Ride
Deadline: October 30, 2019

Vegetarian Resource Scholarship
This scholarship is looking for students who are graduating high school
seniors that promote vegetarianism in their school and/or community,
have a strong commitment to a vegetarian diet/lifestyle,
and will attend an accredited college in the U.S.
Amount: $10,000
Deadline: February 20, 2020

Barbara Lotze Scholarship
Scholarship applicants must declare their intent to prepare for a career
in physics teaching, be undergraduate students enrolled in an accredited
two-year college, four-year college or a university; or a high school
senior accepted for such enrollment planning to pursue a career in
physics teaching in the high schools, and be U.S. citizens
showing promise of success in their studies.
Amount: $2,000
Deadline: December 1, 2019

AMWA Medical Education Scholarship
This scholarship is looking for female students who are aspiring
to become a health professional, currently enrolled in an accredited
medical school in the U.S., and are dedicated to advancing women
in medicine and improving women’s health.
Amount: $500
Deadline: September 30, 2019

Beldon Scholarship
To be eligible for this scholarship, the applicant must be seeking
a degree in business, management, communications, marketing
or related field, with a GPA of 3.5 or above. He/She must also
aspire to become a business leader in the industry.
Amount: $1,000
Deadline: September 1, 2019

Jaime Horn Memorial Softball Scholarship
This scholarship is looking for a female graduating senior
who has played Babe Ruth League softball at least once,
and applied or got accepted at an accredited college or university.
Amount: $1,000
Deadline: September 1, 2019

Odenza Marketing Group Volunteer Scholarship
This is open to students between the ages of 16 and 22 on
December 30th, 2019 who possesses a GPA of 2.5 or higher in their
last academic year, and have contributed at least 50 hours of volunteer
(non-paid) service within their community over the last 12 months.
Amount: $500
Deadline: December 30, 2019

Catching the Dream Scholarship
This scholarship is looking for enrolled members who possesses
1⁄4 degree or more American Indian blood from a federally recognized,
state recognized, or terminated U.S. Tribe, attending a college or
university on a full-time basis, seeking a BA or higher, and show
commitment and leadership potential in their tribe and Indian community.
Amount: Varies
Deadline: September 15, 2019

Tanana Chiefs Conference Scholarships
To be eligible for this scholarship, the applicant must be an enrolled
tribal member or one-fourth or more degree Native blood of a tribe
served by TCC, or an at large member of Doyon (Class B) and in financial
need as determined by the college or institution.
Amount: $1,500
Deadline: November 15, 2019

UH Scholarships

New Warrior Scholarships
(New Incoming Freshmen Only)
    – Regent’s Scholarship
    – Provost Achievement Scholarship (formerly Chancellor’s Scholarship)
    – Mānoa Excellence Scholarship
    – Mānoa International Excellence Scholarship

Presidential Scholarship

Automatic Admissions Scholarships
UH Mānoa Student Scholarships (STAR)
University of Hawaiʻi Foundation icon
University of Hawaiʻi System-wide Scholarships external-link icon external-link icon
UH Mānoa Financial Aid Scholarships 
(requires login)
UH Mānoa Kua’ana Tuition Waiver

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Local Scholarships

The following scholarship links are to external websites (external-link icon).

AAUW Honolulu Branch Scholarship
AAUW Windward Branch Scholarship
Alu Like Inc. Scholarship for Native Hawaiians
American Business Women’s Association – Onipa’a Chapter ABWA Scholarship Information and form  
Associated Chinese University Women, Inc.
Charles R. Kendall Scholarship
Crown Prince Akihito Scholarship Foundation
Dan Moriarty Memorial Scholarship
Delta Kappa Gamma Beta Beta State Lucille Hodgins Grant Application information and form here.
Faith Memorial Scholarship Fund
Gear Up Hawaiʻi Scholarships
Executive Women International of Honolulu ASIST Scholarship
Hawaiʻi Community Foundation
Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu
Hickam Officers’ Spouses’ Club Scholarship
Japanese Women’s Society Foundation
Kamehameha Schools Scholarship
Kualoa-Heeia Ecumenical Youth Key Project
Na Kilohana ‘O Wahine Chapter Scholarships
Outrigger Duke Kahanamoku Foundation 
Palama Settlement’s Education Scholarship
PATCH (Early Childhood Education)
Pauahi Foundation  
Prince Kuhio Hawaiian Civic Club
Scholar’s App
Society of Asian Art of Hawaii, Inc. Scholarship
USS Bowfin Memorial Scholarship
Women’s League of Central Union Church  

Cameron Impact Scholarship Application

Friendly reminder for the Class of 2020 that there is exactly ONE MONTH left to apply for the 4-year, full-tuition, merit-based Cameron Impact Scholarship, due on September 13th at NOON PT.  At that time we require:- Online Application
– 2 Recommendation
– Transcript

No exceptions or extensions permitted.

  A link to our application is on our website:


Distinguished Young Women Scholarship

 DYW is currently accepting applications for our 2020 class.  Please feel free to forward this email and information to any high school senior girl who you think might be interested.
Our program gives away over $22,000 in cash scholarships and two four-year full tuition scholarships to Hawaii Pacific University to accomplished and deserving young women.  Our 2018 representative, Xiao Yi Wang-Beckvall of Iolani School is currently attending HPU and will graduate from college debt-free in 2022!!
This past June, at the DYW National Finals in Mobile, Alabama our 2019 representative, Eden Chun was recognized by placing in the Top Eight. Her scholarships from her participation at the state and national levels totaled over $10,000.
Please see attached our flyer and link to our online application.  The application deadline is August 23rd, 2019.
I’m happy to answer any questions from counselors or interested participants.

Application link: Distinguished Young Women of Hawai`i Class of 2020 Application Form

Gromet Foundation Scholarship Program


To be eligible to apply for a Gromet Foundation scholarship, students must satisfy all of the following requirements:

  • The application form must be signed by a school counselor approving the submittal by the applicant.
  • The applicant must be a senior at the Hawaii high school for which the counselor has certified.
  • The applicant must be a resident of the State of Hawaii and either a U.S. citizen, resident alien, or person holding an asylum status.
  • The applicant must submit each and every item required in the application form, i.e. SAT or ACT scores, transcripts, tax returns, and answers to questions posed in the application form.
  • The applicant must be financially disadvantaged.
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.8 or higher

Whether a student is financially disadvantaged depends upon a number of factors which will be determined by the Gromet Foundation in its sole discretion. We look at the parents’ tax returns, type of jobs they have and number of dependents. We also look for indications of hardship which may be mentioned by school counsels in their recommendations. Generally speaking, being financially disadvantaged to us means the family, as a unit, is earning less than 150% of the poverty level for Hawaii. You can determine the poverty level based on family size by referring  to For example, if the poverty line for a family of 4 is $40,000/yr. we will look for a family income which does not exceed $60,000/yr.

Another factor which is something we look at is whether the applicant is the first member of his/her family to attend college. This, too, is often an indication of being financially disadvantaged.


The only way to apply for a Gromet Foundation scholarship is to obtain the application form from your high school college counselor, have him/her sign it, and complete all of the steps which are described in the application form.  Semi-finalists are required to sit for an interview with Foundation staff.


Currently, the Gromet Foundation awards scholarships of $2,000/yr. to students attending colleges and universities in Hawaii, and $5,000/yr. to students attending colleges and universities outside of Hawaii. The scholarships are renewable so long as certain conditions have been satisfied. Deadline October 10, 2019

The College Board partners with scholarship providers connected to the SAT®, PSAT/NMSQT®, and PSAT™ 10. Through these partners, students can access over $300 millionin scholarship awards. Learn more about scholarships.

Below are deadline notifications for three of our partners:

APIA Scholarship

The APIA Scholarship is open to Asian and Pacific Islander American students who’ll be enrolling or are currently enrolled in a U.S. accredited college or university as a degree-seeking undergraduate student in the fall of 2020. This year’s application opened on September 4, 2019, and closes on January 22, 2020. Learn more about the application process and minimum eligibility criteria.

Cooke College Scholarship Program

Scholarships can open doors for students who aspire to go to college but don’t have the funds. The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation provides one of the largest scholarships in the country for high-achieving students with financial need.

The Cooke College Scholarship Program is an undergraduate scholarship program available to high-achieving high school seniors with financial need who seek to attend and graduate from the nation’s best four-year colleges and universities. In addition to the monetary award, Cooke scholars receive comprehensive educational advising, significant cohort-based programming, and graduate school funding, as well as access to a thriving network of more than 2,600 fellow Cooke scholars and alumni.

The Cooke Foundation College Scholarship Program application (exclusively through the Common App) closes November 13, 2019.

Subscribe to the Cooke Foundation’s counselor newsletter to stay updated on all scholarship programs and opportunities.

Ron Brown Scholarship

African American high school seniors are encouraged to apply for the Ron Brown Scholarship by either the early deadline of November 1, 2019, or the regular deadline of January 9, 2020. Named for the late secretary of commerce and inspired by his dedication to public service, the Ron Brown Scholar Program offers a $40,000 scholarship to up to 30 African American high school seniors each year based on academic excellence and commitment to public service. Recipients are young African Americans of outstanding promise who are offered intensive mentorship, service opportunities, leadership experiences, and extensive professional development throughout all stages of their careers.

Applications must be mailed to the Ron Brown Scholar Program office with a postmark dated no later than January 9, 2020. For more information about the Ron Brown Scholarship, please visit their website.

Guided Pathway Support Program

The Ron Brown Scholar Program is also accepting applications from African American juniors and seniors for its Guided Pathway Support Program (GPS).

Launched in 2016, GPS is a free online college access and advising program that helps African American high school juniors and seniors navigate the college application process using Ron Brown scholars as guides. Each year, GPS offers 10–12 scholarships to participating high school seniors based on contributions to the GPS online college access community, academic achievement, and demonstrated leadership.

GPS is now accepting applications from current and rising African American high school juniors and seniors. For more information on GPS, please visit their website.