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How can you know what you're capable of if you embrace the unknown ~ E. Santiago

Student Research Practice

overview

Cultural identity to Pacific Islanders symbolizes their pride and the uniqueness of their heritage and history. As part of our Youth and Young Adults Services - The Student Research Practice (SRP) is a methodology to challenge and inspire our students to learn and reveal their heritage. The SRP allows our students to independently explore what they don't know, take ownership of their learning, and be proud of their achievement.

The SRP project is available to our PI high school and college students. However, our non-PI students may apply, and their thesis has to be related to Pasefika (Pacific) history, heritage, and other Pasefika topics. SRP applicants have one to two years to complete their project, followed by an evaluation of their thesis. The acknowledgment for the applicant's research is a monetary scholarship to their post-secondary choice. Applicants have to meet specific requirements before the scholarship is awarded.

application criteria & dates

The criteria and important dates for the SRP will be made available in the near future. Please stay tuned for more details.

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