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We are honoured to welcome you to join the virtual awards ceremony for this year’s scholarship. This event is for everyone to attend. On the night we will be celebrating young Māori high school students who have a dream to pursue pathways to top universities around the world, with a spirit to conquer the world stage.
Register to attend the online awards ceremony
Sunday 23 May, 6.00pm NZT
Sunday 23 May, 6:00pm NZT
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Some 3 years ago, 15-year-old Sam applied for Crimson’s Te Ara a Kupe Beaton Scholarship figuring he might as well throw his hat in the ring! Little did he know back then that his becoming one of five talented Māori students to receive the scholarships led to his working with Crimson and eventually gaining admission to Harvard and Yale.
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