Scholarship

The Ukulele Festival Hawaii College Scholarship Program is funded by Ukulele Festival Hawaii, a non-profit organization founded in 2004. Ukulele Festival Hawaii builds public awareness and interest in the ukulele as an instrument of virtuoso quality promoting Hawaii’s arts and culture through education, scholarships, and the annual free ukulele festivals.

For instructions on how to apply, see our Scholarship Information page.

2013 College Scholarship Recipients

Kylie Harada  $2,000
Ukulele Festival Hawaii College Scholarship
School: James B. Castle High School
Parent: David and Sandi Harada
College: Chaminade University
Jason Lum  $1,000
Lili Anama Park Memorial College Scholarship
School: Iolani School
Parents: Brian & Beverly Lum
College: University of Washington

The Lili Anama Park Memorial College Scholarship is presented to a member of the Ukulele Festival Hawaii Band. Lili loved everything ukulele and over her 23 year career at Roy Sakuma Ukulele Studios, Lili taught and nurtured hundreds of students with her vibrant personality and encouraging laughter. One of her greatest joys was being the leader of the Ukulele Festival Hawaii band. In honor of her memory, this scholarship is established by her husband James Park.

Cory Mau  $1,000
Eleanor Nedjar College Scholarship
School: Kamehameha School
Parents: Albert & Kendra Mau
College: University of Hawaii at Manoa

The Eleanor Nedjar College Scholarship is presented to a Ukulele Festival student volunteer who exemplifies the true spirit of aloha by placing service above self. This scholarship is presented by Eleanor Nedjar as a testament of her gratitude and best wishes for success in chosen fields of endeavor.

See Past Recipients of the UFH College Scholarship

 

 

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