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ItemHōkūlani Insider, September 2022( 2022-09)E KOMO MAI! The welcoming of the autumn equinox (Ke Ala Maʻaweʻula a Kanaloa), marks our welcome to a cohort of student scholars and introduction to our latest addi tion Project Hōkūlani Hui . Highlights include: Academic Enrichment in Science Science Lesson, Site Coordinators, and Academic/Cultural Mentors; MentoringAnnouncing High School Peer Mentors Program; College Transition Support Fall College Campus Tours; STEM InternshipsStudent Scholars' Presentations and Reflections Webpages; and ʻOhana Gatherings Introducing ʻOhana Engagement Facilitators and Activities Schedule.
ItemHōkūlani Insider, May 2022( 2022-05)We are pleased to welcome you to the Spring 2022 e-newsletter. This issue will highlight The Hōkūlani Program Model, a 5-component program consisting of our latest updates: Academic Enrichment in Science - Spring student sessions and lessons; Mentoring - Announcing program expansion to Lānaʻi and Kauaʻi from Fall 2022, and details on the latest grant; College Transition Support - College resources and tips; STEM Internships - Introducing Summer 2022-2023 internships, mentors, and student research goals; and ʻOhana Gatherings - Field trips and outdoor lessons for ʻOhana members. We are currently seeking student scholars for the 2022-2023 school year. Applications are due on Friday, June 17, 2022 cds.coe.hawaii.edu/hokulani.
ItemHōkūlani Insider, October 2021(Project Hōkūlani, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, 2021-10)E KOMO MAI! We are pleased to welcome you to the first quarterly e-newsletter, a space where Project Hōkūlani is able to share relevant and in-depth content for our students, ʻohana and community members. The Project Hōkūlani team has been busy recruiting, organizing, and welcoming students and ʻohana on Oʻahu, Molokaʻi, or Hawaiʻi Island. Please take a few minutes to check out the latest updates from summer to early fall. And learn more about upcoming events, monthly email blasts, and other ways to grow with us. We take pride in the resilience and growth mindset needed of our own to achieve our goal: to support Native Hawaiian high school students to enter into postsecondary science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields through a culturally responsive, strength- and work-based enrichment program.