Twelve scholarships are being offered by the Hawaii Sheet Metal Industry to Hawaii residents who have completed high school graduation requirements or earned a GED and are interested in pursuing a one-year certificate in Sheet Metal and Plastics Technology.
- Any person graduating from a Hawaii public or private high school or completing a General Educational Development (GED) program.
- Must have been a resident of Hawaii for five (5) years.
Career goal and other evidence of personal motivation and eagerness to learn are among the criteria for selection.
Applicants must submit:
- Completed application (Parts 1-3)
- Certified copy of high school transcript or GED
- Two Confidential Letters of Recommendation (Part 4) from two persons other than family members. For graduating high school seniors, at least one reference must be from an instructor, counselor or staff member at your school.
Cost of annual tuition, fees and books.
June 14, 2013
Mail or deliver application to:
The Hawaii Joint Apprenticeship Committee for the Sheet Metal Industry
1405 North King Street, Room 403
Honolulu, HI 96817
- Scholarship recipients must agree to release their grades and/or progress report to the Joint Apprenticeship Committee for the Sheet Metal Industry.
- Scholarship recipients who do not maintain a 2.0 GPA in the Sheet Metal curriculum or drop out will have their scholarship revoked and shall be responsible for all fees or penalties due to Honolulu Community College.
If you have questions, please call the training coordinator for the Hawaii Joint Apprenticeship Committee for the Sheet Metal Industry at 841-6106.
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