Hawai'i Green Collar Institute
Spring 2020 Session
'Ewa 'Āina Inventory - Environmental Issues & Careers in 'Ewa Moku
March 16-20, 2020 8am-3pm*
*Times may vary on some days; overnight camp on 3/17-3/18
We are recruiting high school students in grades 10-12 from Leeward O‘ahu, particularly from the Kapolei and ‘Ewa regions, to learn about environmental issues in Hawai‘i, ecosystem and community resilience, and next generation stewardship. This five-day session during Spring break will focus on 'Ewa 'Āina Inventory - Environmental Issues & Careers in 'Ewa moku. There will be an overnighter at Camp Pālehua, field trips, hands-on activities, and much more!
Please complete the online application.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or if you have any questions.
The application deadline is February 16, 2020 or until program is filled. A $25 program fee is required after acceptance into the program to reserve your spot. Students from the 'Ewa and Kapolei regions will be given preference to align with grant objectives from the Kamehameha Schools 'Ewa Region that are subsidizing most costs. Students from other districts are welcome to apply and will be accepted based on space availability.
This session of HGCI is conducted by Mālama Learning Center with support from many partners. Funding is provided generously by the Kamehameha Schools 'Ewa Region.