Scholarship Opportunity: William B. Allen Pacific Islander Endowment Fund

William B. Allen Pacific Islander Endowment Fund*

Description:  This fund was established by the donor in honor of her grandfather, William B. Allen. It was through him that she inherited her love of international service and foreign travel.
Purpose:  The purpose of this fund is to provide internship/educational experience for students from the Pacific Islands to benefit through faculty mentoring. This fund will provide support for internships to both the Preservation Dept. and the Hawaiian/Pacific Collection at Hamilton Library at the discretion of the University Librarian.

Basic Criteria

Campus:  Manoa Level:  Undergraduate or Graduate Need Based:  Yes
College:  any Standing:  any Min GPA:  2.0
Major:  any Residency:  any Gender:  Any
Enrollment Status:  any
Additional requirements: The prospective recipient should have some degree of financial need, not determined by federal guidelines. Preference shall be given to those in the Library Information Science Program at the College of Natural Sciences. Must be residents of South East Asia or the Pacific Island region, excluding Hawaii but including Guam and the Philippines. Preference shall be given to residents of the Pacific Island region.
Current balance: $6,184
Application: Log into your UH STAR scholarship search and type “library” in the search field. You may apply from the STAR System.
Application deadline: Oct 31 2013 4:00PM

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