Each day Hawaii keiki overcome personal challenges to achieve success in their classroom and in life. Along with making a difference in our community, these students represent the bright future of this place we call home.
What is HI Achievers?
HI Achievers is a homegrown project which brings statewide recognition to deserving students, sharing their stories and inspiring more young minds to take action. Every other week, a new student will be selected as the featured HI Achiever on a Hawaii News Now Sunrise segment and presented with a $200.00 cash award from HawaiiUSA FCU to honor their achievements. HI Achievers also receive a unique opportunity to earn Certification in HawaiiUSA's Life Events Assistance Program (LEAP), which will train them in financial fitness and lifelong money management skills. Total prize is valued at $700.00.
Know an Oahu high school student achieving great things in school and our community?
HawaiiUSA FCU and Hawaii News Now want to hear their stories!
Nominate your HI Achiever online at www.hawaiinewsnow.com
HI Achiever Blayne Won, Saint Francis School. April 14, 2014
HI Achiever Gary Calzada, Farrington High School. March 31, 2014
HI Achiever Pomai Matanane, Waianae High School. March 17, 2014
HI Achiever Spencer Kiehm, Iolani School. March 3, 2014
HI Achiever Andrea Jurado, Waipahu High School. February 17, 2014
HI Achiever Diana Nguyen, Kaimuki High School. February 3, 2014
HI Achiever Call for Nominations. January 20, 2014
For Official HI Achievers Program Rules visit www.hawaiinewsnow.com