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Scholarships to Spend the Summer Studying in Hawaii with Pacific Academy

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How would you like to earn six college credits in one of the world’s most beautiful and culturally rich island cities, learning about America’s role in the Pacific Theater of World War II―at the very place where we were plunged into this global struggle? Well, there are scholarships available to do just that with The National WWII Museum’s Pacific Academy!

ATM with students

This summer June 11-July 9, 2016, The National WWII Museum will be taking up to 100 college students from across America to spend one month learning about the attack at Pearl Harbor and other subjects related to World War II and Hawaiian and Asia-Pacific history at Hawai’i Pacific University. This once in a life-time opportunity will put you learning under top faculty—including featured professor Allan R. Millett, PhD—who share expertise and passion for the study of World War II and the history of Hawaii. When you’re not hitting the books, you can take advantage of Oahu’s famous beaches and tropical setting along with its many attractions where your studies will even take you like Pearl Harbor, USS Arizona Memorial, Iolani Palace, and more!

Scholarships are still available on a limited basis rewarding $2,000 per student to spend the summer in Oahu with us. To apply, enroll in the Pacific Academy now and submit the initial deposit of $1,000 to reserve your space. Then, by March 18, 2016, tell us in a compelling and informative two to three-page, double-spaced essay on how WWII influenced the character of the Asian-Pacific world in the Twentieth Century.


Learn more about The Pacific Academy and the courses offered this summer here.


Have questions? Call our student travel experts at 877-813-3329 x514.


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