The below is quoted directly from an email sent by the Na Pua Noeau Ke Ola Mau Scholars Program:
The Na Pua Noeau Ke Ola Mau Scholars Program is now accepting
applications for the Spring 2015 semester. The Scholars Program
supports Native Hawaiian students attending either the University of
Hawaii at Hilo or the University of Hawaii at Manoa, who are currently
majoring in or intend to major in a healthcare field. Eligible
students may receive stipends to assist with community service and/or
internships and research projects in respective healthcare fields.
This past year, students who participated in the Ke Ola Mau Scholars
Program worked with the program’s various community partners to
complete and advance their development in the health fields.
Participating students worked with organizations such as the Queen’s
Medical Center, the John A. Burns School of Medicine, Na Pua Noeau,
the UH Hilo Kipuka Native Hawaiian Student Center and the Queen
Liliuokalani Children’s Center. Students also took part in health-
based internships and research projects around the state.
Participating organizations and individuals included Dr. Nathan
Ehrlich of the Ola Ha Holistic Health Clinic, John A. Burns School of
Medicine- Department of Native Hawaiian Health, the Castle Medical
Center, the Puahia Mentoring Program, the Daniel K. Inouye College of
Pharmacy, Hui Malama Ola Na Oiwi-Native Hawaiian Health Care Systems,
Urgent Care Keaau Center and the Queen Liliuokalani Children’s Center.
The Ke Ola Mau Scholars Program Spring 2015 application can be
downloaded from the Na Pua Noeau website at npn.uhh.hawaii.edu. Thedeadline for the Spring 2015 semester is Friday, December 19, 2014.
For more information, contact Kehau Bishaw at UH Manoa at
email@example.com, (808) 956-9410, or Rachel Hualani Loo at UH Hilo
at firstname.lastname@example.org, (808) 932-7759.
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