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Graduate Assistantships Available for Fall 2019

We are pleased to once again partner with the University of Hawaiʻi to support graduate assistantship opportunities at the University of Hawaiʻi, Hilo and Mānoa for the Fall 2019 school year. In addition to a tuition waiver, the nine students selected by the respective University programs for the assistantships will receive a stipend and funds for supplies and professional development for two years. To learn more about the selection criteria and application requirements, please visit the links below for each of the schools hosting graduate assistantships. You may contact the schools directly should you have any questions about applying.

These graduate assistantship opportunities are part of Hauʻoli Mau Loa Foundation’s Environmental Leadership Pathways initiative, which partners with key Hawaiʻi-based organizations that engage and prepare the next generation of environmental leaders in Hawaiʻi.

UH Hilo

Tropical Conservation Biology and Environmental Science

UH Mānoa 

College of Natural Sciences- Botany Department

Natural Resources and Environmental Management

School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology

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