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Servco Foundation Servco Employee-Related Scholarships

The Fukunaga Scholarship Foundation was officially founded on October 27, 1950 by the late Peter H. Fukunaga to encourage students residing in the state of Hawaii to pursue higher education in business administration (or other business-related fields) at accredited four-year colleges or universities.

New four-year scholarships are awarded annually to the most deserving high school applicants on the basis of financial need, academic standing, leadership, and the desire and commitment to pursue a degree. Students already attending college are also considered for one- to three-year scholarships.

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