Engaging youth as active, compassionate citizens through service and education
Youth Service Hawai'i announces the availability of grant funds (up to $750) to support service learning projects!
Deadline to apply: January 11, 2018
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From March 20th to the 25th, twelve students from across Hawai‘i Island participated in ‘Imi Pono no ka ‘Āina. Through the Three Mountain Alliance watershed partnership, ‘Imi Pono no ka ‘Āina, which translates to seeking excellence for the land, is an environmental place-based enrichment program offered to middle and high schoolers. The program’s mission is to connect students to the landscape while instilling stewardship. This…Continue
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The Youth Philanthropy Board makes the collaborative decisions on which service learning projects are high service and high learning to contribute to our Hawaii community. You will meet about 4 times during the school year. You will read and evaluate the grants proposed by your peers, other Hawaii high school students. You will also interview those students to hear the project in their own words.
Please consider joining the board to take part in the unique opportunity to be a…Continue
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Click this link to see another perspective of the Keana Point Service Learning Project. This video created by Jessica Dela Cruz captures the work by the students and the beauty of this environment. Thanks for your great work.
Added by Carole Iacovelli on April 30, 2015 at 4:11am — No Comments
By participating in the care and restoration of Keana Point, students at Pearl City High School gain respect for the environment and love for our shoreline plants and animals and sea life. They have linked their experience to their readings in class. This is our third year working with the state department DNLR on the reclamation of Kaena point. "We actually witnessed an improvement and are expanding outside the original area we targeted for planting. Birds were nesting in the areas we have…Continue
Added by Carole Iacovelli on April 28, 2015 at 1:41pm — No Comments
Learn what students are doing to make a difference in their communities. You can go to their video links.
Kalani High School http://youtu.be/Ln2Nx46EV1U
Students made a production titled "Freaks, Geeks, and other Weirdos..." which seeks to use student self-expression as a tool for catalyzing social change, and encouraging more students to use their voices to express who they are. The students from Kalani High School…Continue
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Youth Service Hawaii’s Youth Philanthropy Board announces the availability of grant funds (up to $750) to support service learning projects:
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Need a little help with your service learning project? We can provide some funding!
Youth Service Hawaii's Youth Philanthropy Board announces the availability of grants funds (up to $750) to support service learning projects:
Added by Youth Service Hawaii on December 8, 2013 at 7:30am — No Comments
On November 8, 2013, Pearl City High School held their annual College and Career Fair in the cafeteria and all students (grades 9-12) were able to partake in this wonderful event. This is one of the projects funded by the Youth Philanthropy Boards Be the Change Grants! Carole Iacovelli and Kristal Kaku attended the College and Career Fair and it was a good experience seeing that the students were engaged in the booths.
All students had the opportunity to select two speakers talk about…Continue
Our Youth Philanthropy Board wants to help you with your service learning projects! We have grants up to $750 to help you with things like purchasing supplies or paying for bus transportation. Now is a great time to consider applying for a mini-grant from the Youth Philanthropy Board (YPB). Applications are due by September 21 so this gives you some time to plan. Filling out the application can be a great class…
Added by Youth Service Hawaii on August 30, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments
Educating The Heart
The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation is once again generously offering funds through its Educating the Heart Program. Private and public school classroom teachers of grades 7-12 who would like to do a service learning project for a non-profit agency that helps Hawaii's poor and needy should definitely take advantage of this opportunity. After the class…Continue
Added by Youth Service Hawaii on May 14, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments
You can sign up for a great workshop in September - teachers and students can work together to develop a grant to support their service learning idea! Bring a team or just yourself! Learn from the grant review team how to plan and implement a successful service learning plan. Grants for up to $750 available to support your idea!Continue
Added by Carole Iacovelli on May 1, 2013 at 7:30am — No Comments
Lynn Nguyen, Punahou student, was honored as one of Hawai‘i’s top youth volunteers by a national program that encourages community service among young people.
Lynn was named a Distinguished Finalist in the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, which recognized the positive impact of her service project, “Walkin’ in a Gift Card Wonderland.” The gift-card collection provided small gifts and goodies for children diagnosed with…
Added by Carole Iacovelli on April 15, 2013 at 1:33pm — No Comments
The Service Learning Showcase at Windward Mall is coming April 13th. Share your service learning project with others! Help our community know about the good things kids are doing. You can register and reserve a table to share your project HERE.
Added by Carole Iacovelli on February 23, 2013 at 10:00am — No Comments
Our Youth Philanthropy Board wants to help you with your service learning projects! We have grants up to $750 to help you purchase supplies or pay for bus transportation. Now is a great time to consider applying for a mini-grant from the Youth Philanthropy Board (YPB). Applications are due by September 4 so this gives you some time to plan. Filling out the application can be a great class activity!
We are most likely to fund service learning projects…Continue
Added by Youth Service Hawaii on July 31, 2012 at 1:00pm — No Comments
This morning, three examples of local service learning projects were featured on KHON2 news! Trini Kaopuiki went to Highland Intermediate bright and early to interview students and teachers involved in community service learning projects. It was great to wake up and see these youth sharing their knowledge and passion for the community. Links to all three interviews are below:…Continue
Added by Youth Service Hawaii on March 29, 2012 at 6:54pm — No Comments
Before planning your holiday or end-of-year class parties, check out the newly released Healthy Snack and Waste-Free Classroom Celebrations Resource Guide. Encourage your school to serve healthy snacks during HSA week as Sunset Beach Elementary School did last month. This resource will also give you ideas to increase compliance with the DOE Wellness Policy, while reducing…Continue
Added by Youth Service Hawaii on March 5, 2012 at 10:55am — No Comments
WHERE: At the University Laboratory School, 1776 University Avenue, Honolulu (on the campus of the University of Hawaii)
WHEN: Sunday, February 26, 2012 10:30a-2:45p
WHO: Special Guest Speakers are 1) Dean Okimoto, Chair and President of Nalo Farms, Inc. in Waimanalo, and 2) Bronson Chang, Co-Founder and Partner of Uncle Clay’s House of Pure Aloha in ‘Aina…Continue
Added by Carole Iacovelli on February 15, 2012 at 4:43am — No Comments
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR SHOWCASE ON THE MALL PARTICIPANTS
The Showcase on the Mall at Windward Mall will be here before we know it. For those of you who are sharing your service learning activities through exhibits, please review the materials below carefully, and be sure to turn in the required forms.
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