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How to Write Effective Personal Statements

Location: Kilohana Writing Center (1st floor Mookini Library )

UH Hilo and Hawai'i Community College students applying for scholarships are invited to attend a workshop designed to identify how you can improve personal statements that often accompany these applications. Facilitators are members of the American Association of University Women, Hilo Branch who regularly review scholarship applications.

Special Restrictions: Seating is limited to 25 and no RSVP is required.

For more information, contact: karlah@hawaii.edu 8089327287

Tags: Scholarship Writing Workshop

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