Aloha MAP: Meritorious Achievement Program
Provides after school, intersession break and summer enrichment activities for students at nine (9) West Hawaiʻi public schools under a 3-year grant funded by the Native Hawaiian Education Act via the U.S. Department of Education.
Provides hands on STEAM exploration activities for children ages 7 and older. Participants are encouraged to become inventors rather than consumers, to practice gracious professionalism when working with others and to be inspired to engage in life long learning.
Hawai‘i Environmental Education Alliance
Provides professional development for formal and non-formal environmental educators throughout the State in partnership with NOAA, State Department of Education and other environmental groups.
Hokupa‘a Youth Impact Initiative
Works with 19 West Hawaii public schools to support schools and connect community to empower and increase the personal, educational, and economic success of youth ages 11 to 25. Among the collaborative partners are University of Hawaii at Hilo and Palamanui, Kamehameha Schools, State Department of Education, and West Hawai’i Community Health Center.
Provides hands on experiences in sustainable farming for Honokaʻa High & Intermediate students who need alternatives to traditional classroom instruction.
Honoka‘a Complex 21st Century Learning Centers
Provides STEM-related after school enrichment activities at Waimea Elementary, Waimea Middle Public Conversion Charter, Honokaʻa High & Intermediate and Paʻauilo Elementary & Intermediate.