FMPR Scholars

Fujita & Miura Public Relations (FMPR) announced that Ryleigh Hernando has been named the 2021 FMPR Scholar and received a $1,000 college scholarship. Hernando graduated from Kaua`i High School and was active in Key Club, taiko drumming, Japanese Club, the National Honor Society, the Hui Ho`okipa...

Fujita & Miura Public Relations (FMPR) announced that Leilani Alquiza of Koloa and Maddie Ridgeway of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania have been named the 2020 FMPR Scholars and each received a $1,000 college scholarship. Alquiza is a third-generation Hawaiian cattle rancher at Maha`ulepu Cattle Company, working over 1,000...

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 Uakea Jose of Kekaha has been awarded as the 2017 FMPR scholar and received a $1,000 scholarship to use toward her 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.
1159882e-31c7-4f2f-8a17-255218097026Fujita & 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.