HawaiiUSA has funded nearly 900 Department of Education teacher stipends since 2001, 

with a total of $18,210 awarded to 56 teachers in 2022. 

 

HawaiiUSA recognizes the need within our educational community to provide support to professional and para-professional educators. Through a common commitment and desire, HawaiiUSA and the Hawai‘i Department of Education’s (DOE) Personnel Development Branch (PDB) formed a partnership to extend opportunities for career enhancement for DOE personnel. This generous proposal fosters the commitment to professional growth by both parties and enhances the partnership between PDB and the Credit Union. 

 

If you are completing coursework in 2022, stay tuned for the stipend application period in January 2023. 

 

Wondering what you'll need to submit? For reference, see the 2021 instructions and application below. Note that it is subject to change for 2022 coursework. 

See instructions for 2021 coursework (subject to change for 2022)

See the application for 2021 coursework (subject to change for 2022)

 

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