2019 Scholarship Recipients

The Ian Walsh Menehune Mayhem Foundation and the Harbaugh Foundation are happy to announce they have awarded four Maui County college bound students a scholarship in the amount of $2,500 each. 

 

After carefully reviewing the 2019 scholarship submissions, the Ian Walsh Menehune Mayhem Foundation's Scholarship Committee selected four recipients who best exemplified the strongest combination of attributes, accomplishments, and passion that reflect the goals of the IWMMF.


The IWMMF Scholarship Committee reviewed all of the finalist applications and considered each student’s academic record (including course load, rigor, depth and breadth of subjects studied, and grades earned); and the student’s self-descriptive essay surrounding activities and contributions to the school and community in the 2018-2019 school year that followed the scholarship guidelines. The scholars selected by the IWMMF Scholarship Committee were those determined to have the strongest combination of attributes and accomplishments in alignment with the IWMMF goals.

 

Congratulations to the 2019 Scholarship Recipients

 

Louisa Buckingham

Christian Cruz Carbajal 

Kiva Herrera

Taitum Jones

Where are they now?

Christian Cruz Carbajal

Christian is attending Otis School of Art and Design. He is pursuing a career that brings awareness to social issues that affect mental health, healthy living, climate change, and the environment.

Kiva Herrera

Kiva is studying at Pepperdine University and is majoring in Film and Media Production.

Louisa Buckingham

Louisa is currently attending Georgetown University where she is focusing on her interests including; psychology, environmental sciences, and prelaw.

Taitum Jones

Taitum is focusing on her career in nursing at the University of Hawaii, Maui College.

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Ian Walsh Menehune Mayhem Foundation

PO Box 1246 

Haiku, HI 96708

menehunemayhem@gmail.com

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