Toyota Hawaiʻi Awards Two Technical Education Program Scholarships to Automotive Technology Students

May 13, 2024

HONOLULU – Toyota Hawaiʻi, a subsidiary of Servco Pacific Inc., announced the two scholarship recipients of its Toyota Technical Education Program (T-TEP) at Leeward Community College and Honolulu Community College.

This year’s T-TEP scholarship recipients are:

  • Mario Taylan Jr., Leeward Community College
  • Connor Ibi, Honolulu Community College

Both winners will receive scholarship money to pay for tuition and books and will be employed part-time at Servco as a Technician Apprentice. Upon completion of their Associate’s Degree in Auto Technology and successful placement in an Auto Technician position at Servco, recipients will also receive money for tools.

To qualify for the scholarship, students needed to have completed at least one semester in Auto Technology Associates Degree program and have at least one more semester to complete, along with a 3.0 cumulative GPA. Qualified students completed a Toyota Technician Assessment Examination.

About Toyota Hawaiʻi

Toyota Hawaiʻi is a subsidiary of Servco Pacific Inc. Hawaiʻi’s largest privately held company founded in 1919. Toyota has been Hawaiʻi’s top-selling automotive brand since 1997 with seven dealership locations statewide — Big Island Toyota (Hilo and Kona); Maui Toyota; Servco Toyota Kauaʻi; Servco Toyota Honolulu, Servco Toyota Leeward, and Servco Toyota Windward. For more information about Toyota Hawaiʻi, visit

LCC: L to R: Mario Taylan Jr. – Leeward Community College T-TEP Scholarship Winner; Todd Yee, Technical Training Manager – Servco


HCC: L to R: Todd Yee, Technical Training Manager – Servco; Connor Ibi – Honolulu Community College T-TEP Scholarship Winner; Lindsey Ala, Senior Recruiter – Servco