Fujita & Miura Public Relations (FMPR) announced that Blake Calderon of Lihue, Kauai and Emma Ford of Souderton, Pennsylvania have been named the 2018 FMPR scholars and received a $1,000 scholarship each to use toward their college expenses. ...
Fujita & Miura Public Relations (FMPR) announced that Brittney Yoshida of Kauai High School has been awarded as the 2016 FMPR scholar and received a $1,000 scholarship to use toward her college expenses....
Fujita & Miura Public Relations (FMPR) announced that Hazel-Lyn Jarquio of Kapa`a High School has been awarded as the 2015 FMPR scholar.
An active leader in academics, athletics and community service, Jarquio has achieved a 4.0 GPA and has been a member of Kapa`a High School’s student council since her freshman year, holding various officer positions from class secretary to senior class president. Jarquio has participated in four sports during high school and has served a total of 200 hours of community service through Kapa`a High School’s Key Club and St. Catherine’s Parish. This fall, she will be attending the University of Hawai`i at Manoa where she will pursue a degree in nursing, specializing in pediatrics.
Fujita & Miura Public Relations (FMPR) has announced that Grace Peralta of Kaua`i and Jenna Mazda of Pennsylvania are the 2014 FMPR scholars.
An active leader in many non-profit organizations for youth, Kaua`i High School graduate Grace Peralta will be attending Kaua`i Community College, later transferring to Azusa Pacific University to major in the field of public relations. Upon graduation, her ultimate goal is to work as a PR officer for a non-profit organization on Kaua`i, preferably for the Boys and Girls Club.
Fujita & Miura Public Relations has announced that Nicole Rapozo of Kaua`i and Louis Herbst of Pennsylvania are the 2012 Fujita & Miura Public Relations’ (FMPR) Scholars.
Sixteen-year-old Nicole Rapozo of Kaua`i graduated a year early from Kapa`a High School this May with a 3.7 GPA. The daughter of Mel and Patsy Rapozo, Nicole is the author of a book of quotes entitled, “Inspiration, Motivation, Change,” the proceeds of which she will use to begin a foundation to benefit children and single parents. Once she completes one year at Kaua`i Community College, she will transfer to a mainland college and major in psychology, to eventually pursue her doctorate and a career serving families and children.
“I enjoy community service and helping children and families. I intend to use my education and my passion for community service to pursue a career that make a positive difference in the lives of all the people I serve,” says Rapozo.
Louis Herbst is a middle school instructor as well as the Athletic Director and Summer Camp and After School Enrichment Program Director for United Friends School. Herbst has a bachelor’s degree in history and education, summa cum laude and will begin pursuing his master’s degree in educational leadership from the University of Pennsylvania this summer. He is enrolled in the Friends Council on Education Leadership Institute, where he will engage in a two-year action research leadership project.
“My goal is to become the head of a Friends School. I see an education through Penn’s independent school leadership program as an amazing opportunity to reflect and challenge myself. As a Quaker, I am committed to the conflict resolution and decision making processes that guide not just Friends Schools but many independent schools. I feel it necessary to be part of a program that understands these challenges and processes. More than anything, I desire to be a reflective leader that hears all, fosters teachers’ passions, and places the students first,” says Herbst.