Posted By aaron on April 27, 2012
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs (SCIA) is currently seeking young Native Hawaiian graduate and undergraduate students interested in summer internships and/or fellowship opportunities!
The Committee on Indian Affairs offers internships to qualified undergraduate/graduate students, and law students. We are currently accepting applications for internships. Please fax your cover letter, resume and references to the attention of Loretta Tuell, Majority Staff Director and Chief Counsel at (202) 228-2589.
The Committee on Indian Affairs offers fellowships to qualified undergraduate/graduate students, and law students. We are currently accepting applications for fellowships. Please fax your cover letter, resume and references to the attention of Loretta Tuell, Majority Staff Director, and Chief Counsel at (202)228-2589.
Posted By aaron on February 7, 2012
Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program recipient Dr. Angela Pratt was recognized in the 5th Annual Legacy Awards for her career and efforts to serve her community. She is a graduate of the John A. Burns School of Medicine at the University of Hawaii.
Congratulations Dr. Pratt, and Mahalo Nui for everything that you do.
click here to view the original JABSOM Spring 2011 Newsletter containing this announcement (PDF)
Posted By admin on January 20, 2012
The Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program would like to congratulate Dr. Kamana`opono Crabbe for his recent appointment as CEO at the Office Of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA). Dr. Crabbe was a recipient of the Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program in 1992, and received his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University Of Hawai`i at Manoa via the Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program.
Congratulations, Dr. Crabbe!
Posted By Lei on December 14, 2011
Dr. Sela Panapasa will be visiting Hawaii beginning the week of December 19, 2011 to recruit Native Hawaiians/Pacific Islanders who may be interested in a 10 week summer program known as “The Future Public Health Leaders Program” at the University of Michigan.
Interested applicants may visit this link for further information.
Posted By admin on November 30, 2011
Congratulations to the following individuals who were awarded scholarships in the 2011-2012 program year. Welcome to the Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program!
As we assist you with your educational goals and professional aspirations, know that we are here to provide you the necessary support in making your experience as a NHHSP scholar the most successful and rewarding opportunity.
Mahalo for your committment to our program and to the health and well-being of our Native Hawaiian community. Again, congratulations and welcome!
Posted By admin on November 20, 2011
Posted By admin on November 15, 2011
Congratulations to Dr. Jaime Kamailani Boyd, NHHSP scholar 1998-1999 on her recent award of distinction. Here’s the link to the original website.
From all of us here at NHHSP and Papa Ola Lokahi… a warm heartfelt aloha to you as we are so proud of your accomplishments and dedication to the teachings and profession of nursing. Your mo`olelo and work will inspire the generations of Native Hawaiians to come. The best to you, your `ohana and all whose life you touch… Ua kau i ka hano haweo!
Posted By admin on November 15, 2011
It is with great respect, appreciation and recognition that we bid the fondest aloha to all of our scholars who have completed their service obligation to our program. Your enduring spirit and contributions will always serve as an impetus toward creating capacity for Native Hawaiians to excel in the professions so incredibly vital to the the future well-being and health status of our people. We are so proud and gratefull for all that you have accomplished and extend our best wishes to you and your `ohana.
Holomua i ka wa mahope me ka `ike kupono… Pono no ke ho`i mai… ho`i mai i ke one pa`a… ho`i mai i ke one hanau… a o kou mole no ia a ke kupuna e… aloha e…
Posted By admin on November 14, 2011
Congratulations to the following scholars who recently completed their educational component of the NHHSP program — receiving their well deserved degrees. You did it, and we are so proud! Congrats to our honored scholars:
Brandee Aukai, Master of Social Work
Michael Dash, Doctor of Optometry
Kanoe Enos, Master of Social Work
Charla “Leali`i” Gella, Associate of Nursing
Sunnie Hu`eu, Master of Social Work
Ashleigh Kahala-Giron, Associate of Nursing Degree
Ammon Kau, Doctor of Dental Surgery
Heather Kauwe Miner, Doctor of Medicine
Rachel Kekaula, Master of Social Work
Natalie Kong, Doctor of Medicine
Alika Lovell, Associate of Nursing Degree
Bendt Lum, Doctor of Dental Surgery
Erin Samura, Doctor of Pharmacy
Lokenani Kealoha Souza, Masters of Science Family Nurse Practitioner/Public Health Nursing (graduating Dec 2011)
Jorena Young, Bachelors of Science in Nursing
Know that like you and your `ohana, NHHSP and all of Papa Ola Lokahi share in the adulation of your success and look forward to further assisting you in the remaining phase of the NHHSP mission that focusses on your professional contribution in improving the health status of all Native Hawaiians. The best of regards to you, your proud `ohana and all who will benefit from your incredibly valued accomplishments. E ho`opomaika`i no na mea apau!