Tailevu USA wishes to invite applicants to apply for the 2018 Adi Samanunu Cakobau Talakuli Scholarship.
The scholarship is administered by the Tailevu USA Scholarship committee for students from the Yasana Vakaturaga o Tailevu seeking financial assistance in pursuing tertiary education in Fiji.
Each year a scholarship of US$1,000 is awarded to 5 qualified candidates that meets the criteria.
Fill the Expression of Interest Form thoroughly if you are interested.
Siga kei Tailevu 2016
Siga kei Tailevu 2016 exceeded expectation when $17,000 was raised for the Adi Samanunu Cakobau Talakuli Schorlarship Fund.
Held at the beautiful grounds of the Stony Point Campus of United Methodist Church, sons and daughters of Tailevu residing in the US came from as far as Boston in the East Coast.
Celebrations was also overflowing as Tailevu USA celebrated its first graduates of the program.
Joana Vakaciqa of Natobuniqio village of the Tikina cokovata of Vereta is one of the first recipient of the Adi Samanunu Cakobau Talakuli scholarship provided by the people of Tailevu USA. Secondly, Watisoni Navuni of Qoma in Tikina cokovata o Sawakasa graduated with a BA in Law from the University of the South Pacific.
Wonderfully hosted by people of Tailevu residing in the Sonoma County we were treated to a scrumptious feast and meke from the Sacramento group.
Joana Vakaciqa of Natobuniqio village of the tikina cokovata of Vereta is one of the first recipient of the Adi Samanunu Cakobau Talakuli scholarship provided by the people of Tailevu USA.
Tailevu USA is proud to introduce its first graduate with a B. Ed in Agricultural Science from the Fiji National University this April, 2016, she is now teaching at Muanidevo Sanatan Primary School in Dreketi, Macuata.
Married with 2 children, Joana left her young family in Dreketi to pursue her tertiary education in Suva while living with her elder sister in Wainibuku.