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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
Ten public high school students from across Oahu received scholarships worth up to $4,000 each by Hawaii Self Storage towards a degree at the college or university of their choice. Each will receive an annually renewable $1,000 award for a maximum of four years towards a bachelor's degrees. To date the locally owned company has committed nearly $376,000 in this program, and $1.8 million overall to their Community Pride initiatives which focus on improving education, literacy, keiki athletics and community service.
Hawaii Self Storage understands the importance of education in helping students develop into leaders who will make a difference in the community. They are committed to continuing the scholarship program and to provide students with the financial resources needed to help them achieve their educational dreams.
Students interested in learning more about Hawaii Self Storage's scholarship program click HERE.