3 UH-MC students receive scholarship
The Trimble Foundation has granted $1,000 each to Calvin Cabunoc, Jody Gonzalves and Althea Bongolan. All three are students at the University of Hawaii Maui College.
Cabunoc is a 2013 Baldwin High School graduate studying liberal arts in pursuit of a pharmacy degree.
Gonzalves will major in interdisciplinary studies with an emphasis in human relations.
Bongolan will be pursuing a Bachelor of Science in nursing.
Alice P. Trimble was one of the early Cooperative Extension Service state leaders who helped expand the Hawaii Family Community Education organization (former University Extension clubs).
Since 1974, the Trimble Foundation has granted funds to individuals and organizations.
Each applicant must be a resident of Hawaii for a minimum of five years and be enrolled or planning to enroll at a Hawaii educational institution.
The deadline for applications is July 31 each year.
Forms can be obtained through UH-MC or at the Cooperative Extension Service.
For more information, contact Maui representative Katsuko Enoki at 572-8316.