Above is the job posting for students interested in mentoring at either Waianae or Nanakuli Intermediate Schools. The mentees will be at the 7th grade level, and the program not only focuses on college access, but college readiness. Mentors will work approximately 10 hours per week at a rate of $11.45/hr. If you are interested in […]
Events will be held on campus for Random Acts of Kindness Week February 13-19, 2012. Come join in on the fun. Commit a random act towards a friend, classmate, teacher, co-worker, neighbor, loved one, anyone! The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation is an internationally recognized non-profit organization founded upon the powerful belief in kindness and […]
Our future is looking bright here at West Oahu. So bright that the Service Learning club passed out custom imprinted UHWO sunglasses to students & faculty who attended the 2012 Spring Pa‘ina. Over 50 students signed up for the initial open forum to discuss the Service Learning initiative here at UHWO. There we will gauge […]
On January 16, 2012, The Family Courts Detention Center in Honolulu invited volunteers to come help with a restoriation project. The former detention center will be used as a community center in the near future for neighborhood residents. Volunteers from Kapiolani Community College, Honolulu Community College, Hawaii Pacific University, Maryknoll, Department of Justice, & the […]
True Engagements in Service Learning Activities, otherwise known as TESLA, is a new student run organization at UHWO. Centered around civic engagement and service learning projects, the club will be used to promote volunteer oportunities around the island. Now recruiting new members. Officer applications and the club constitution can be picked up from Todd Jordan (email@example.com) […]
UHWO is still looking for students who are interested in being a vital asset to their communities through acts of civic engagement. The Leeward side of the island has many opportunities for volunteer work, many of which would be considered “Service Learning”.