HRAEF July 2021 Scholarship Winners

At an awards ceremony held in July at Sky Waikiki, the Hawaii Restaurant Association Educational Foundation board of directors awarded $1,500 scholarships to three outstanding Hawaii public high school students pursing a culinary degree in their college studies. HRAEF focuses on bolstering workforce development at the high school level with a two-year culinary program offered in ten Hawaii public high schools called Hawaii ProStart.

Pictured in attached photo L to R:

Ashley S. Hendrickson, Moanalua High School

Kenneth Wong, Moanalua High School

Gabrielle Chiemi Colobong, Pearl City High School

Congratulations to the Spring 2021 Scholarship recipients and best wishes in their college careers.

For more information about the HRA Educational Foundation and the Hawaii ProStart program, visit www.hraef.org

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