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Offered by Pacific and Asian Affairs Council
The PAAC Academic Scholarships are available to public, private, and charter high school students in Hawaii who demonstrate an interest in and commitment to international affairs and are actively involved with PAAC. The two scholarships offered by PAAC, to those actively involved with PAAC, are the Paul S. Honda Scholarship and the Eddie Tangen Award. While the Paul S. Honda Scholarship annually awards $1,000 to four graduating high school seniors with a desire to pursue Asian Studies or International Relations, the Eddie Tangen Award grants $300 to one high school freshman, sophomore, or junior who has demonstrated interest in international affairs. If you’re a Hawaii resident and PAAC member passionate about international affairs, we encourage you to apply! Keep on reading to learn more.
The Pacific and Asian Affairs Council (PAAC) is an independent, international education 501(c)3 nonprofit with a mission to promote a greater awareness and understanding of foreign affairs issues with special attention to Hawaii's role in the Asia-Pacific region. Since 1954, PAAC has provided global education to 99,182 high school students, 107,300 college students, and 85,400 community members statewide; and has hosted approximately 1,516 international visitors through the State Department's International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP).
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
High School Students
Applicants must be actively involved in PAAC (Pacific & Asian Affairs Council)
To apply for this scholarship, submit the below application materials before the deadline.
Letter of Recommendation
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