Scholarships for Hawaii Residents

Life is pretty good in the Aloha state – unless you are struggling to find a way to pay for the education you’ve always dreamed of. Luckily, you can scholarships available just to residents and students of the beautiful islands of Hawaii, if you are willing to put in the time and effort to research and apply to them. Some of these scholarships are offered by state or local governments, as well as nonprofit organizations. Others are awarded by in-state schools, and still others by local companies who want to support the education of Hawaiian locals. To apply to many of these scholarships, you will need to show your commitment and service to your state. Check out the list below to get an idea of the scholarship opportunities available to students living or studying in Hawaii.

Showing 101-120 of 180 scholarships
View Details Joseph A. Sowa Scholarship Ke Ali'i Pauahi Foundation
key information
  • 1,600
  • 1 award
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: +2 More
  • Residence: Live in |United States|Hawaii|
  • School (College): |US Accredited College or University|Two-year|Four-year|
  • Major: Study |Communications|
background
Joseph A. Sowa Scholarship is a $1,600 fund provided to a student who needs financial assistance in pursuing a post-secondary study. The applicant must major in the communications field.
  • competition 3.0
  • effort level 5.0
View Details Guy Marshall Scholarship Fund Hawaii Community Foundation
key information
  • n/a
  • 1 award
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii|
  • School (College): |US Accredited Institution|Four-year|Not-for-profit|
  • Age / Grade Level: |High school senior|
background
The scholarship was established to honor Guy Marshall's commitment to education through the advisors of the Cecil G. Marshall Fund to provide financial support to graduating high school senior who wishes to pursue a college education in an accredited, four-year, not-for-profit institution in the continental US.
  • competition 3.0
  • effort level 1.0
key information
  • n/a
  • 1 award
  • Apr-30-2018
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii|
  • Age / Grade Level: |College|College Graduate|
background
Tweet Coleman Aviation Scholarship is given to women who wants to pursue a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Pilot Certificate. The scholarship provides funds that may able for the awardee to purchase aviation study manuals, ground school training, and flight training.
  • competition 3.0
  • effort level 4.0
key information
  • n/a
  • 1 award
  • February 2018
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: +1 More
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii|
  • School (College): |Two-year|Four-year|Accredited College|Accredited University|
  • Major: Study |Hospital Long-term Care|Healthcare Administration|
background
The Rich Meiers Health Administration Fund was established in 2009 to support college junior, senior, or graduate students studying hospital, or health care administration.
  • competition 3.0
  • effort level 1.5
View Details Randy Wayne Ahuna Scholarship Ke Ali'i Pauahi Foundation
key information
  • 800
  • 1 award
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: +1 More
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii|
  • School (College): |Two-year|Four-year|Accredited College|College|Continental United States|
  • Major: Study |Social Work|Ministry|Social Science|
background
This scholarship is open to undergraduate or graduate student who will pursue a study major in social work, social sciences or the ministry. Applicant must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0.
  • competition 3.0
  • effort level 5.0
View Details Choy-Kee `Ohana Scholarship Ke Ali'i Pauahi Foundation
key information
  • 600
  • 2 awards
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: +1 More
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii|
  • School (College): |Two-year|Four-year|Accredited College|Continental United States|
  • Major: Study |History|Hawaiian Language|Culture|
background
The Choy-Kee `Ohana Scholarship is awarded to undergraduate or graduate student. Applicants must be pursuing major in Hawaiian language, culture, history
  • competition 3.0
  • effort level 4.5
key information
  • 2,750
  • 4 awards
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: +1 More
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii|Kauai, HI|
  • School (College): |Two-year|Four-year|Accredited College|Continental United States|
  • Career: |Education (Industry)|
background
The Gladys Kamakakokalani `Ainoa Brandt Scholarship is awarded to a junior, senior or graduate student with a minimum of 2.5 GPA. Applicants must be pursuing a career in the education field and demonstrate a financial need
  • competition 3.0
  • effort level 2.0
key information
  • n/a
  • 1 award
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: +1 More
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii|
  • School (College): |US Accredited Institution|Two-year|Four-year|Not-for-profit|
  • Age / Grade Level: |College|
background
The scholarship was established to provide financial assistance to Hawaii students who have overcome substance abuse-related problems and planning to pursue an undergraduate degree at an accredited, two or four-year, not-for-profit institution within the US.
  • competition 3.0
  • effort level 4.0
key information
  • n/a
  • 1 award
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii|
  • School (College): |University of Hawaii Community Colleges|Universal Technical Institute|
  • Major: Study |Applied Sciences|Associate of Applied Science|
background
The Logan Nainoa Fujimoto Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student majoring in Applied Science with minimum 2.7 GPA. Applicants must be resident of Hawaii
  • competition 3.0
  • effort level 1.0
key information
  • 600
  • 1 award
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: +1 More
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii|
  • School (College): |Two-year|Four-year|Accredited College|College|Continental United States|
  • Extracurricular: |Community Service|
background
This scholarship is open to a classified undergraduate or graduate student who will enroll in a two-year or four-year, accredited college institution in Hawai`i or the continental U.S. and has demonstrated community service participation.
  • competition 3.0
  • effort level 1.5
View Details Roy L. Cachola Scholarship Ke Ali'i Pauahi Foundation
key information
  • 1,500
  • 1 award
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii| as a |North Kohala, Hawai`i|
  • School (College): |Two-year|Four-year|Accredited College|College|Continental United States|
  • Age / Grade Level: |High school senior|Graduating High School Senior|
background
Established in honor of Roy L. Cachola, this scholarship intends to support a graduating high school senior or a student enrolling in the first year of college who are a current resident of North Kohala, Hawai`i (zip codes 96719, 96755).
  • competition 2.5
  • effort level 2.0
key information
  • 500
  • 1 award
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii|
  • School (College): |Two-year|Four-year|Accredited College|College|Continental United States|
  • Age / Grade Level: |Graduate Student|College|
background
This scholarship is available to undergraduate or graduate student who demonstrates financial need and has a minimum GPA between 2.0 3.0.
  • competition 2.5
  • effort level 2.0
key information
  • n/a
  • 1 award
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii|
  • School (College): |University of Hawaii Community College System|
  • Career: Pursue a career in |Associate of Science|Associate of Applied Science|
background
The scholarship is part of the Hawai'i Community Foundation's Vocational Education Scholarship Program and was established to provide financial assistance to a student in Hawaii that are pursuing a career in Associate of Science or Associate of Applied Science at any University of Hawaii Community Colleges.
  • competition 2.5
  • effort level 1.0
key information
  • n/a
  • 1 award
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii|
  • School (College): |US Non-Profit College or University|
background
The scholarship was established by the Board of Directors of the Atherton Family Foundation to honor Juliette M. Atherton's interest in sustaining Protestant Christian endeavors in Hawai'i. It provides financial assistance to students in Hawaii who plan to pursue a college education in a non-profit college or university located in the United States with the goal of being ordained in an established Protestant denomination.
  • competition 2.5
  • effort level 4.0
key information
  • n/a
  • 1 award
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii|
  • School (College): |University of Hawaii Community College System|
  • Career: Pursue a career in |Associate of Science|Associate of Applied Science|
background
The scholarship is part of the Hawai'i Community Foundation's Vocational Education Scholarship Program and was established to provide financial assistance to Hawaiin students who are seeking a career in Associate of Science (AS) or Associate of Applied Science (AAS) at any of the University of Hawaii Community Colleges.
  • competition 2.5
  • effort level 1.0
key information
  • n/a
  • 1 award
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: +1 More
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii|
  • School (College): |US Accredited Institution|Two-year|Four-year|Not-for-profit|
  • Major: Study |Technology|Mathematics|Science|Physics|
background
The scholarship was established to honor the mother, father, and stepmother of Yasuo Suga, it provides financial assistance to students who are pursuing a degree in Math, Physics, Science, and Technology in an accredited, two or four-year, not-for-profit institution within the US.
  • competition 2.5
  • effort level 1.0
key information
  • n/a
  • 1 award
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: +1 More
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii|
  • School (College): |US Accredited Institution|Two-year|Four-year|Not-for-profit|
  • Major: Study |Engineering|Technology|Mathematics|Science|
background
Yoshi and Millie Ushijima established this scholarship fund to honor the memory of their grandparents and to provide financial aid to students that are pursuing a degree in Science, Technology, Engineering and/or Math in an accredited, two or four-year, not-for-profit institution within the US.
  • competition 2.5
  • effort level 1.0
View Details Haseko Training Fund Hawaii Community Foundation
key information
  • n/a
  • 1 award
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Residence: Live in |Ewa Beach, HI|
  • School (College): |University of Hawaii Community College System|
  • Career: Pursue a career in |Technical|Associate of Science|Associate of Applied Science|Marine|
background
The scholarship was established in 2004 to provide financial assistance to a student in Hawaii who are seeking a career in Associate of Science (AS) or Associate of Applied Science (AAS) and technical degree program at University of Hawai'i Community College system.
  • competition 2.5
  • effort level 1.0
key information
  • n/a
  • 1 award
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Residence: Live in |United States|Hawaii|
  • School (College): |Accredited Institution|
  • Age / Grade Level: |High school graduate|
background
The GEAR UP Tuition Assistance Trust Scholarship is awarded to student resident of Hawaii. Applicants must have a State Board of Education Recognition Diploma.
  • competition 2.5
  • effort level 1.5
View Details Ula Baker Sheecha Scholarship Ke Ali'i Pauahi Foundation
key information
  • 5,000
  • 1 award
  • n/a
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: +3 More
  • Residence: Live in |Hawaii|
  • School (K-12): |Kamehameha Schools, Honolulu, HI|
  • School (College): |Two-year|Four-year|Accredited College|College|Continental United States|
background
This scholarship is open to Kamehameha Schools graduate who will be pursuing a career as an artist, with a strong preference to students focused on Visual Arts in the two-dimensional areas such as drawing, watercolor painting or graphic design.
  • competition 2.5
  • effort level 2.0
Showing 101-120 of 180 scholarships