Here's an interesting scholarship opportunity! Traven Watase lives in Hawaii. He is the founder of the PB&J Scholarship Fund, which is focused on helping students whose test scores or GPAs might not be the best, but have the drive to succeed.
When Traven attended Farrington High School in Hawaii, he was determined to go to college but his test scores and GPA were low, so he got rejected a lot. To give back to future students, he lived off of PB&J sandwiches during his first year of college so he could fund a scholarship for students like himself. How cool is that?
The scholarship group is looking for students who have experienced challenges in their life and who have the drive to succeed. This is open to all college-bound 12th graders at GOVS who plan on attending an accredited 2-year or 4-year college in fall 2020. The scholarship amount can be anywhere from $500 to $1000!
You can visit this link http://bit.ly/pbjscholars2020 or scan this QR code with your cell phone camera:
Contact Traven Watase for questions. You can call him at 808.450.9988 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org