Monsanto awards $10,000 in scholarships to Hawaii students

Ten Hawaii students were selected to receive the Monsanto Hawaii Life Sciences Scholarship collectively earning a total of $10,000 to further their college educations.

The following scholarship recipients received $1,000 each: Laurie DeBolt (Kea`au High School), Regina Miner (Waimea High School), Maile Altier (Lahainaluna High School), Jessa Emmerich (Lahainaluna High School), Juleen Flory (Lahainaluna High School), Xrystina Bicoy (Molokai High School), Judy Cacal (Waipahu High School), Kerr Ivan Cirilo (James Campbell High School), Angela Gabriel (James Campbell High School), and Marlene Loui (Moanalua High School).

Monsanto’s Life Sciences Scholarship is open to students of all public and private high schools statewide who graduate in good standing and will be attending an accredited college or university to pursue a post-secondary education in a discipline related to the life sciences.

Applications for the Monsanto Hawaii Life Sciences Scholarship can be downloaded here.

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