Addresses access to health care by developing a Native Hawaiian health care workforce of professionals committed to serve the unique health needs of Hawaiian communities.
Scholars will receive funding for tuition, books, other related educational costs, and a monthly stipend while enrolled full-time in an accredited university/college Health Profession program.
Eligible Health Professions (May change every year):
The Kako'o Ulu 'Oihana program provides a one time support for members of the health care workforce that are committed to serving Native Hawaiian communities.
Awardees will receive funding for support that may include, but is not limited to, books, supplies, prep course, certifications, and licensure.
Eligibility (meet one of the following):
* - Students need to be in a health-related program and are in good academic standing. Minimum GPA for Undergraduate (2.0) and Graduate-level (3.0)