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Native Hawaiian scholarships

These are all open scholarships for students who identify as Native Hawaiian. Select other group identity

  • 2022 Paubox Kahikina STEM Scholarship (recurring)
    Deadline for applications is on May 31, 2022 at 11:59 PM. The primary objective of the Paubox Kahikina STEM Scholarship is to encourage **Native Hawaiians** to pursue careers in **STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.)**. The Paubox Kahikina STEM Scholarship is recurring in nature. In other words, recipients receive $1,000 per year until they graduate (5 year maximum)
  • A.T. Anderson Memorial Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to full-time undergraduate or graduate students at an accredited two-year or four-year college/university who are pursuing any STEM related degree such as Architecture, Mathematics, Medical Sciences, Physical Science, Technology, Nursing, Engineering, or Natural Resources.
  • F. A. and Charlotte Blount Scholarship
    This scholarship is available to minority graduating high school seniors from Forsyth County, North Carolina.
  • Law Student Diversity Scholarship
    This scholarship is for a student who is currently enrolled in an accredited law school within the United States, or entering law school and is a member of an ethnic or racial minority or demonstrates a defined commitment to issues of diversity within their academic career.
  • Minority and Underrepresented Environmental Literacy Program
    This is a scholarship designed to assist academically talented minority and underrepresented individuals pursuing a bachelor's or master's degree in an **environmental course** of study that will lead to employment in a field that is clearly environmentally related. See [here](https://dhewd.mo.gov/ppc/grants/documents/participatingschools.pdf) for **participating Missouri schools**.
  • Nathan L. Anderson Memorial Scholarship Foundation, Inc
    This scholarship will be awarded to minority students (from African-American, Latino/Hispanic, and Native American populations), who are pursuing undergraduate training in Computer Science, Aviation, Nursing and Music.
  • Office of Native Hawaiian Partnerships Award
    This scholarship is open to first-year students of **Chaminade University** who are of Native Hawaiian ancestry. This scholarship is renewable annually up to four years of study provided the student remains in good academic standing and completes continuing eligibility requirements including 20 hours of community service each semester.
  • Theresa A. Mike scholarship
    This scholarship is open to any Native American across the United States AND any Non-Native student who has graduated from a high school in the Coachella Valley or the Morongo Basin who is an employee in good standing or the dependent of an employee of any entity of the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians and is an enrolled member of a Federally-Recognized Native American Indian Tribe.
  • WGU Opportunity Grant
    WGU is committed to increasing equity of access to all individuals who desire to achieve a college degree. This grant, the Opportunity Grant, is an investment to allow underserved populations the funding necessary to achieve this goal.