The HII Scholarship Fund was established in 2016 to provide financial assistance to dependent children of HII employees who are pursuing a post-secondary college or technical/vocation degree and to dependent children who are enrolled in qualifying pre-kindergarten school readiness programs. Individual award amounts range from $3,000 for selected students enrolled in a four-year college program to $1,500 for selected students enrolled in two-year programs; the post-secondary awards are renewable for recipients who remain in good academic standing. The fund also awards scholarships of up to $3,000 for pre-school education costs.

Children of all HII employees are eligible to apply, with the exception of children of senior executives and those employees who have been with the company for less than two years. The HII Scholarship Fund is administered by Scholarship America. No employee or officer of HII plays a part in the selection process.

HII Post-Secondary Education
Scholarship Program

For employees’ children who plan to continue their education in college or vocational school programs.

HII School Readiness
Scholarship Program

For employees who wish to enroll dependent children in a tuition-based school readiness program.

Financial Benefits

Recipients of the scholarship discuss how receiving this benefit has financially helped them.

Giving Back

Recipients of the post-secondary scholarship discuss the importance of giving back and what the HII scholarship has meant to them.

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Early Childhood Education Scholarships

Early childhood education scholarships of up to $3,000 are awarded for children enrolled in pre-kindergarten school readiness programs. The goal is to award 50 new scholarships each year.

Post-Secondary Education Scholarships

Post-secondary education scholarships of up to $1,500 are awarded to dependent children enrolled in two-year degree programs and up to $3,000 for dependent children enrolled in four-year degree programs. The goal is to award 50 new scholarships each year. Post-secondary education scholarships are renewable for students who remain in good academic standing.

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