Hana Lima Scholarship:
The Hana Lima Scholarship he Hana Lima Scholarship provides financial assistance to students participating in a vocational or technical education program for occupations that can provide a “living wage.” This scholarship is available to students in vocational programs that lead to a specific segment of employment.
The Hana Lima Scholarship is a need-based award with preference given to non-traditional students: Single parents, disabled (meets ADA definition), houseless, sole-income providers, previously incarcerated and wards of the court. Students pursuing a major in Liberal Arts are not eligible for this scholarship as the Hana Lima Scholarship supports students who have declared and are committed to a specific program of study.
• The Hana Lima Scholarship Program is now accepting applications for the Spring 2012 term.
• Applications must be postmarked no later than February 15, 2012
• Hand delivered applications must be submitted during normal business hours
• Documents submitted separately may delay the eligibility process
• Mailed applications with inadequate postage will be returned to sender
• Faxed applications will not be accepted
If you were awarded the Hana Lima Scholarship within the past two years and would like to reapply, you will be considered a renewal applicant. Renewal applicants must resubmit a new application with all other required documentation, as well as a set of RenewalApplicant Questions. Please contact Keone Kamauoha by phone or email to request the Renewal Applicant Questions.
Note: The maximum times any applicant may receive the Hana Lima Scholarship is twice during the course of their lifetime and must be within the same vocational/technical training program for which the applicant received their first award.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns. For more information,
Hana Lima Scholarship Program
|List of Approved Educational Institutions:
Aloha Lomi of Massage Academy
|Vocational and Technical Programs include, but are not limited to:
Administration of Justice