Servco stresses the value of education by offering a scholarship program for college bound business students.

Scholarships

Some companies talk about the importance of getting a good education: Servco does something about it by encouraging Hawaii's young people with four-year college scholarships in Business at any accredited four-year college or university.

The Fukunaga Scholarship Foundation (FSF) was founded in 1950. Every year, over $150,000 in scholarships is given to encourage students in the State of Hawaii to pursue a higher education in Business Administration or a related area. Each undergraduate scholarship is in the amount of $16,000 over four years (or a prorated amount over fewer years). Over its 64-year history, the Foundation has helped support over 400 students.

The Foundation awards scholarships to the most deserving applicants on the basis of financial need, academic standing, leadership ability and the commitment to pursue a degree in Business. We currently have 39 students in our scholarship program.

We are pleased to announce we have established a partnership with the Hawaii Community Foundation (HCF) which may make applying for our award easier this year. You may begin applying from December 1, 2014. The website to apply is: www.hawaiicommunityfoundation.org.

If there are any questions, see our page on Facebook or email Scholarship Administrator Sandy Wong at sandyw@servco.com.

Contact Information

Fukunaga Scholarship Foundation
P.O. Box 2788
Honolulu, HI 96803
Phone; (808) 564-1386
Email: sandyw@servco.com

2013-2014 Recipients

Kyle Cegler

Kyle Cegler

New York University

Ashley Evans

Ashley Evans

University of Portland

Layla Fidel

Layla Fidel

Seattle University

Chloe Estrella

Jacob Fong

Seattle Pacific University

Reece Foy

Reece Foy

University of San Diego

Rikki Ignacio

Rikki Ignacio

University of Hawaii at Manoa

Nicole Morisugi

Nicole Morisugi

Pepperdine University

Mark Sevilleja

Mark Sevilleja

Chapman University

Wendi Tokuuke

Wendi Tokuuke

Corban University

Alissa Uyeda

Alissa Uyeda

University of Hawaii at Manoa