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The nd was a self-sufficient fighting force, and fought with distinction in North Africa, Italy, southern France, and Germany, becoming the most highly decorated unit of its size and length of service in the history of the U. Army, including 21 Medal of Honor recipients. The purpose of this Fund is to provide scholarships to Hawai'i high school graduates who are majoring in any area of study at any campus within the University of Hawai'i System.
The American Association of University Women is one of the nation's oldest and largest organizations dedicated to promoting equity, education, self-development and positive societal change for women in American society. It is open to both men and women holding associate, baccalaureate, masters or higher degrees from accredited colleges and universities.
This scholarship is given to assist deserving students in their pursuit of higher education. The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarships for students enrolled at the University of Hawaii Maui College Criteria. The scholarship is offered in memory of Harriet Haines who was an active participant in the Maui Branch.
The scholarship is given to assist deserving Maui county students in their pursuit of higher education. The scholarship is offered in memory of Dorothy Shimer who helped found the Maui Branch in The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarship in any area of study at the University of Hawaii African american single makaweli hawaii College with a preference for students pursuing degrees in social work.
Located in the beautiful city of Nagoya in Aichi Prefecture, Aichi University is a private liberal arts university consisting of a junior college, seven undergraduate programs, and eight postgraduate departments. With approximately 7, students, the institution is the center of a rich range of international exchange and was founded on the ideals of contributing to world culture and peace, training students with an international outlook, and contributing to its local community.
Funds shall be used for costs associated with attendance e. The purpose of this fund shall be to provide scholarships for University of Hawaii at Hilo students who are graduates of Hawaii high schools and residents of the State of Hawaii "with preference given to Big Island high schools" and scholarships for students who are citizens of the US-affiliated states, namely American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, Guam, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and Palau. By establishing this endowment, Byron and Lois Bender are providing perpetual funding for the annual Alfred Capelle and Byron Bender Scholarship established at the University of Hawai'i Foundation in September by Robert Barclay, author of the book Melal which translates to "Playground of Demons".
His book is about people in the Marshall Island and how they survived the horror of nuclear testing, western arrogance, and domination. She completed African american single makaweli hawaii secretarial training program in and started her career at Fort Shafter. For three years Alice became almost totally immersed in hospital life while living with the nurses in their quarters on the hospital grounds. For Alice, living and working at Wilcox Hospital resulted in friendships with nurses that endured over the years and a growing identification with the medical professions.
Marriage to Bunki Tamura took Alice back to Honolulu where she took a position as secretary in the Queen's Hospital School of Nursing, until after its closure, then she was transferred to the hospital's administrative offices and worked as a secretary until she retired in Alice admired, respected and trusted nurses. She had intimate knowledge of the work that they did and especially was respectful of the rigorous education and training that they received in the School of Nursing.
Alice regarded the years that she worked as the secretary of the School of Nursing as the golden years of her career.
Alice passed away March 9, The donor of this fund would like to pay tribute to her sister by establishing this scholarship for students who aspire to become nurses. The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarships to students who are enrolled in the Associate in Science degree in Nursing program at Kapiolani Community College.
Preference given to single parents or he of household. She graduated from Maui High School and married her high school sweetheart Willard Nagata and began a family with three children. Alice was a sweet, gentle, generous and loving person who, in her quiet way, lived life fully.
She worked very hard at the pineapple cannery, raised her three children and enjoyed her hobby of raising plants and Japanese flower arranging "ikebana". After retiring inshe was very active in many senior activities and learned to dance the hula, play the ukulele, learned oil painting and sang in the Kahului Union Church Chancellor Choir. She especially enjoyed being a grandma to her two grandchildren.
Alice also enjoyed traveling to the mainland, especially California to see her sisters and brothers. InAlice suffered from an episode of severe depression and fully recovered. She d her usual hobbies and traveled to the mainland and abroad to Europe to visit her grandson. Then, inAfrican american single makaweli hawaii had a second episode of depression which resulted in multi-organ failure due to dehydration and her passing on July 23, With Alice's situation on Maui in and there were very limited qualified geriatric resources for her and her family.
The contribution of the Alice Sakata Nagata Scholarship is to support Maui students who are very motivated for a career in aging, to work with the elderly and their families on Maui.
The purpose of this fund is to assist students in completing the Culinary Arts program with an associates degree in culinary arts or baking. The purpose of this fund is to provide financial assistance to students who have completed or are participating in the Youth Conservation Corps YCCKapiolani Community College. The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarship assistance for students enrolled in the University of Hawaii at Hilo College of Pharmacy. The purpose of this award is African american single makaweli hawaii provide opportunity and incentive for personal enrichment and growth to deserving applicants working toward a degree in education or to non-traditional students returning to college.
The purpose of this Fund is to provide scholarship support to single parents pursuing a degree or certificate in any area of study at the University of Hawai'i Maui College UHMC. Ambassador Mary Olmsted was the first female U. Ambassador to a Pacific Islands nation. She established the U. She currently resides in Maryland.
She received a bachelor's degree from Mount Holyoke College in and a master's degree from Columbia University in From toshe was economic officer in New Delhi, and from toshe was supervisory economic officer at the State Department. From toshe was detailed to the Office of Economic Opportunity. In andOlmsted was deputy director for personnel management services at the State Department, and from toshe was deputy director of personnel for policy, classification, and evaluation.
In toshe was consul general in Port Moresby before becoming ambassador to Papua New Guinea. The purpose of this fund is to provide fellowship support to graduate students from Papua New Guinea enrolled in any area of study at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa or the University of Hawai'i at Hilo.
The fellowship may be used for tuition, books, fees, and room and board. The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarships for students enrolled in the culinary arts program at the University of Hawaii Maui College. The purpose of this fund is to assist students enrolled in at least nine credit hours of courses, majoring in the Pre-Business Program at Kapiolani Community College.
It is ASB's intent to link this scholarship endowment to the bank's strategic initiatives which includes supporting K students in Hawai'i and encouraging their matriculation into higher education. American Savings Bank established this scholarship program at the African american single makaweli hawaii of Hawai'i in The purpose of this scholarship is to assist students pursuing a course of study in Humanities at Kaua'i Community College.
The endowment will honor, in perpetuity, Anna S. Sloggett, who taught elementary school children for 35 years on Kaua'i. She inspired her students with creative and innovative teaching methods which many of her students to this day still remember; out-of-the-ordinary field trips; exposing students to culture and fostering imagination were key.
Anna celebrated her th birthday on September 17, Her hope was that the endowment would help would-be teachers foster creative ways to benefit the children of the future. She said, "I'd hope that girls and boys that are going to be teachers would be fond of children and want to give them an opportunity to have something to look forward to in life.
He was the second of four children and was a respectful and loving son and brother. He attended Waianae High School and served as class president during his sophomore and junior years. After graduating from high school inhe attended Honolulu Community College and studied drafting. In he earned his Associate Degree in Science in Drafting. During this time, the Vietnam conflict was on, so he decided to protect the home front and ed the U. He went to Fort Ord, California for basic training and was singled out for officer training school.
However, since he had no intention of making the military his life's career, he declined the offer. Upon his return from basic training, he was employed by Hawaiian Telephone Co. He quickly married his sweetheart, and ten days later he was deployed to Vietnam. Shortly upon his arrival, he was made a platoon leader and on May 20, he was killed in a combat operation protecting his men on Hamburger Hill near Thua Thien. His name is etched on the Vietnam Wall in Washington, D. For his valor, he was awarded the Purple Heart, the Bronze Star, and the Silver Star, and an education building was dedicated and named after him at the U.
The purpose of this Fund is to provide scholarships to students pursuing certificates or degrees in a Career and Technical Education Program at Honolulu Community College. The purpose of this fund is to assist students with financial need who are residents of Kaua'i and enrolled in any area of study at any campus within the University of Hawai'i System.
Funds may be used for tuition, books, fees, etc. Seisaku Aoyagi immigrated to Hawaii from Yokosuka, Kanagawa-ken, Japan ininitially working as a plantation contract laborer. Inhe married Kin Aoki, and in the couple founded Hawaii Junk, selling military surplus from World War I and buying scrap metal. The purpose of this Fund is to provide scholarship support to Hawaii Island students attending the University of Hawaii at Hilo majoring in Business or Economics.African american single makaweli hawaii
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