About the Scholarship
The Mason Contractors Association of Hawaii will be awarding six (6) $2,000 scholarships to high school graduates from the State of Hawaii. The candidates must be entering or currently attending an accredited college or technical school in the State of Hawaii or the U.S. Mainland. The scholarships are intended to encourage Hawaii’s youth to continue studying at an accredited 2-year or 4-year college or technical school.
Application must be postmarked by May 24, 2019.
- One parent must be a Hawaii resident and a member in good standing of one of the following organizations: Mason Contractors Association of Hawaii, Laborers’ Union, SEAOH, Mason’s Local 630 or AIA Honolulu Chapter.
- A member of the listed organizations or member’s spouse is also eligible for the scholarship.
- The candidate must be graduating or graduated from a Hawaii public or private high school and/or is undergraduate attending an accredited college or technical school in Hawaii or the U.S. Mainland.
- Each applicant must submit a Student Aid Report from “FAFSA” (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Scholarship applications without a Student Aid Report will be disqualified. Download application at https://fafsa.ed.gov/
- It is strongly recommend that each Awardee volunteer their time at the MCAH Scholarship Golf Tournament on Thursday, June 27, 2019 and receive his/her scholarship award at Awards Banquet immediately following the Golf Tournament. In the event that Awardee cannot be present, they must provide an acceptable reason and have an immediate family member represent them.
2018 Scholarship Recipients
Aimee Iwamoto, Wilson Tadena, Aizel Sibayan, Trisha Baltazar, Chandelle Pascal (not pictured), & Leanna Troung (not pictured)
2017 Scholarship Recipients
Marc Masaoy, Chelseah Pascua, Leanna Truong, & Chandelle Pascual. Hazel Andrada & Maria Lausterer (not pictured)
2016 Scholarship Recipients
Chandelle Pascual, Leanna Troung, Lester Aquino, Cassidy Wada, & Aimee Iwamoto
2015 Scholarship Recipients
Leanna Truong, Chase Suehiro, Natalie Kamada, Maricar Valdez, & Alohilani Nonies (not pictured)
2014 Scholarship Recipients
Sharmaine Sibayan, Hazel Andrade, Chandler Pascual, Sean Lee, & Toby Yamamoto (not pictured)
2013 Scholarship Recipients
Hope Sarmiento, Toby Yamamoto, Glory Sarmiento, & Almarine Kitchens (not pictured)
2012 Scholarship Recipients
Gloria Sarmiento, Nichele Wada, Kristi Chang & Nicole Kobayashi