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2021 SAME HONOLULU SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM – APPLICATION IS NOW AVAILABLE!

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Download the 2021 SAME Honolulu Post Scholarship program here.

NEW SAME HONOLULU POST WEBSITE COMING SOON!

SAME Honolulu Post website will migrate to SAME National’s website platform in August 2021. For now, all event announcements and important information are listed on this homepage.

 

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2021 SAME HONOLULU SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

 

The 2021 SAME Honolulu Post Scholarship Program is now accepting applications. Application deadline is July 16, 2021. Applicants must be accepted into a College of Engineering or School or Architecture at a 4-year university with an accredited Engineering or Architecture program. 4-year scholarships worth $6,000 are available to current high school seniors entering their freshman year of college and 1-year scholarships worth $1,500 are available to continuing college students.

 

For more information on the 2021 scholarship program categories, eligibility, and scholarship application submittal requirements, download the 2021 SAME Honolulu Scholarship Application here. For any questions or inquiries, contact Jennifer Kamo at Scholarship@samehonolulu.org.

 


SAME HONOLULU WEBINAR – JULY 14, 2021

 

Online via Microsoft Teams Meeting (Microsoft Teams Meeting call-in information will be emailed to you 12 hours prior to the webinar.) – Register by 12 midnight HST, July 14, 2021.

 

Time: 12 noon – 1 pm HST

 

Topic: Construction Update: MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP BLAZ

 

Presenters: 

Will Boudra, Guam Program Management Office Director, NAVFAC Pacific

CAPT Steven Stasick, CEC, USN, Commanding Officer, OICC Marine Corps Marianas

 

Synopsis: $8.7 billions of Government of Japan and U.S. Government funding is being used to construct over 75 new facilities across 20 years on Guam for the relocation of U.S. Marines of the III Marine Expeditionary Force from Okinawa. Work continues, unabated by the COVID-19 pandemic, and is peaking at over $1 billion annually. The work is being constructed by over 30 prime and first-tier subcontractors with over 2,500 local and foreign construction personnel under the H2-B foreign worker visa program. Join us to receive the latest update on progress and future plans.

 

Cost: Complimentary

 

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