Great opportunity for local non-profits and community organizers from the Hawai’i People’s Fund. Registration deadline is on September 13th.
Click here for information on the Kapi‘olani Community College entrepreneurship program. There is a course coming up, Sept 17 – Nov 7. The Early Registration fee is $211 and the deadline is Sept 12. After Sept 12, the fee is $231.
Participants would pay for the course fee, then seek reimbursement from OHA upon completion. If interested, please contact Robert Crowell at OHA at 808-594-1924 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. The course fills up fast, so register early!
When: Friday, August 23rd, 2013
Time: 2:30 to 4:30PM
Where: The Kamehameha Schools, Kapalama Heights Campus, Kaiwakiloumoku – Ululani Hale
Fourteen Exceptional Hawaiian Social Enterprises take the stage…
-Sharing their compelling future vision
-Serving local, regional and global customers
-Pioneering an emerging island impact ecosystem
-Leveraging the power of the Hawaiian worldview
-With measurable impact
E komo mai. Come join us to discover how your leadership can help to accelerate a sustainable, inclusive, and equitable island and global economy.
Seating is limited. RSVP here. You can choose to include a small donation with your RSVP. Support social enterprise in Hawaii - donate $10 today for a more sustainable tomorrow.
Meet Our Hawaiian Social Entrepreneurs
ʻŌiwi TV Hawaiian Worldview on Demand
Ku-A-Kanaka Everywhere, Anytime Hawaiian Language
Food Systems / Food Security
Town Local first, Organic When Possible, with Aloha Always
MAʻO Growing Young Leaders and Organic Food for a Sustainable Hawaiʻi
Street Grindz Fueling Hawaiʻi’s Mobile Food Community
Paepae oʻHeʻeia Building Community One Pōhaku at a Time
Local Catch Community Access to Local, Sustainable Seafood
Waipā Foundation Connecting People to the Land through Stewardship, Food and Culture
Nohopapa Hawaiʻi Linking Hawaiʻiʻs Past to its Future
Kupu Hawaiʻi Learn, Serve, Restore
Lunalilo Home Lunalilo’s Promise, Dignity for our Kupuna
Land Stewardship / Renewal
Kainalu Ranch Making a Living Out of a Way of Life
Pono Pacific Conservation Services for Hawaiʻi and the Pacific Region
Hui kū Maoli Ola Transforming Land Back to ʻAina
We got a question via “Ask Me Anything” on Tumblr re: when Ho’owaiwai is. The 2012 symposium already happened in June, but we hope to share some of the great conversations that took place there via social media. Keep your eyes peeled!