Apply by May 5, 2017
Science Camps of America offers two 10-day unique science experiences for teens. If you are a teen entering grades 8-12 and have a passion for fun and science, Science Camps of America is for you.
The Pauahi Foundation, in partnership with Science Camps of America, is offering full scholarships for 12 eligible teens.
Six scholarships for the Land & Sea session: July 1-10, 2017
Six scholarships for the Air & Space session: July 11-20, 2017
Students must be:
• A resident of Hawaiʻi Island (the Big Island)
• 13 to 17 years of age
• In good physical condition with ability to hike five miles
Through generous funds from the TMT International Observatory, the Pauahi Foundation is offering this unique opportunity to 12 Hawaiʻi Island resident students; 6 for the Land & Sea session and 6 for the Air & Space session for scholarships that fully cover the regular $2,395 tuition cost for the 10-day experience.
How to apply for our scholarship*
- Download and complete the scholarship application
- Submit the completed application and a copy of your parents’ 2016 federal tax forms (please black out SSNs)
- Optional, but recommended: Include any letter(s) of recommendation from teachers, counselors, clergy, community that would support your request for scholarship as well as acceptance into the program
- Submit by mail to:
Pauahi Foundation, Science Camps of America Scholarship, 567 S. King Street, Suite 160, Honolulu, HI 96813
Email: email@example.com OR Fax: (808) 534.3890
- You will also need to register with the Science Camps of America program at sciencecampsamerica.com for consideration. The deposit fee can be waived pending our scholarship consideration with this code entered: PF2017-2 *Preference will be given to first-time applicants to our program.
The Pauahi Foundation’s policy is to give preference to applicants of Hawaiian ancestry to the extent permitted by law.
The Foundation utilizes the services of Kamehameha Schools Hoʻoulu Hawaiian Data Center (Data Center) to verify Hawaiian ancestry of those applicants who wish to be considered under the Foundation’s preference policy.
This is a separate process and should not be confused with the scholarship application process.
Upon receipt of your completed scholarship application and if you have not previously registered with the Data Center, you will receive a Hawaiian Ancestry Registration (HAR) form which you should complete if you wish to be considered under the Foundation’s preference policy. This process may take up to ten weeks.
If you have already completed this process, no further action on your part is needed in regards to ancestry verification. You also do not need to send us your verification letter. We will verify ancestry through our established processes with the Data Center.
All questions regarding Hawaiian ancestry registration and verification should be directed to the Data Center.
Scholarship application opens: Monday, March 13, 2017
Scholarship application closes: Friday, May 5, 2017
Notification of award/denial: Wednesday, May 31, 2017
For Science Camps of America details, visit their website at www.sciencecampsamerica.com