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Writing an Effective Scholarship Personal Statement

Location: Kilohana Writing Center, first floor Mookini Library

Come listen to suggestions from American Association of University Women representatives who will share ideas on how you can improve the personal statements you write which are often required for scholarship applications.

For more information, contact: karlah@hawaii.edu 932-7287

Tags: Scholarship Application Personal Statement

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