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Chaminade University Accepting Applications For Native Hawaiian Scholarships
(808) 735-4797 or cell (808) 429-2972
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Kapono Ryan
Office (808) 735-4797 Cell (808) 429-2972
HONOLULU—March 8, 2010—Chaminade University is currently accepting applications for half-tuition scholarships from eligible students of Native Hawaiian ancestry for the 2010-11 academic year. Through the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs Scholarship, incoming first-year students whose families are members of civic clubs in the islands or on the continental U.S. may apply for scholarships. Additionally, Chaminade University offers the Department of Hawaiian Homelands Student Educational Opportunity Grant Scholarship, also for half-tuition, to students living on Hawaiian homestead lands. Chaminade also offers the same educational opportunity grant scholarship for graduates of the Na Lei Na`auao Charter School in the form of the Na Lei Na`auao Student Educational Opportunity Grant Scholarship.
“Chaminade University’s commitment to the Native Hawaiian community is deep,” said President Bro. Bernard J. Ploeger, SM, Ph.D. “Some fifteen percent of our day undergraduate students are of Native Hawaiian descent. We are passionate about helping Hawaiian students here and abroad achieve their educational goals.”
In addition to the scholarships for Native Hawaiian students, there are a number of internships also available for current students. Na Ala Hele I Ke Ao is Chaminade’s Hawaiian Leadership Program. This program, begun in 2003 through a grant from the Administration for Native Americans, showcases Hawaiian leadership through the development of cultural values and exposure with Hawaiian leaders, places and events. It is open to all students.
Federally recognized as a Title III, Native Hawaiian-serving institution, Chaminade University has received generous support from the U.S. Department of Education upgrading classroom facilities and infrastructure, including a complete renovation of the science labs. Chaminade continues to develop unique methods of addressing Native Hawaiian educational issues. Chaminade established the first ever Kumu-in-Residence (the Late Kumu John Lake), instituted a Native Hawaiian Advisory Board and offers programs such as Na Ala Hele for its students. Chaminade’s new nursing program offers an education which will includes as a major foci cultural competency to serve the Native Hawaiian community.
For more details on these scholarships, please call (808) 735-4750. Online information is available at http://www.chaminade.edu/native_hawaiian/.
Celebrating more than 50 years of educating students for life, service and successful careers, Chaminade University offers programs of study grounded in the liberal arts with day, evening, online and accelerated courses. The main campus is located at 3140 Wai’alae Ave., Honolulu, HI 96816, with 10 satellite locations around O’ahu military bases, parishes and schools. For more information, visit the Chaminade Web site at www.chaminade.edu or call (808) 735-4711.
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