May 7, 2024

BST Scholarships for the University of Hawai‘i ICS Department Students

Business Solution Technologies (BST) continues to provide two annual scholarships for seniors at the University of Hawai‘i (UH) College of Natural Sciences, Information and Computer Science (ICS) Department. The recipients for school year 2024-2025 are Kayla-Marie Torres (photo featured above) and Anson Leung.

Scott Robertson, Professor and Chair, UH Mānoa Information and Computer Sciences Department said, The Information and Computer Sciences department is proud to be a partner with BST which provides generous annual scholarships and training internships to selected students. BST has helped launch many successful careers in computer science and related areas.”

The BST Scholarships for Excellence in Computer Science were initiated in the 2022-2023 school year and to date, six scholarships have been awarded to deserving students through the UH Foundation. Students applying for the annual scholarships are selected by the ICS Department staff in the spring semester for the following school year and asked to meet the following criteria: Be a graduate of a Hawai‘i high school; maintain a grade point average of 3.2 or higher; and be an active participant in ICS activities and campus affairs within the school and broader communities.

BST also provided nine scholarships to students of the UH Mānoa Shidler College of Business studying Management Information Systems (MIS) and Human Resources between 2017 and 2022.

We have enjoyed the partnership with the ICS department to provide scholarships and internships for students. Several graduates have joined our training program and have become valued employees and software developers,” said John Weldon, President of BST.  “We also appreciate the dialogue between ICS department administration and staff to enhance their curriculum to meet the technology needs of our local businesses.

For more information about applying for the annual BST scholarships or making a donation to support our students please contact the UH Foundation.