E KOMO MAI! Welcome to the Spring 2023 newsletter. We are excited to share new additions to the Hōkūlani ʻOhana and other creative ways to share STEM and science education throughout the State of Hawaiʻi .
Project highlights include:
• Academic Enrichment in Science: Science Lessons, Supporting High School Students Presentation, Hōkūlani Tech Tips
• College Transition Support: Top STEM Jobs
• Mentoring: Spring and Fall Science Lesson Recaps
• ʻOhana Gatherings: Apri l and May Events, ‘Ohana Gathering Sessions Presentation
• STEM Internships: Internship Track Release
The application deadline for the Project Hōkūlani 2023-24 STEM scholars program has been extended to June 2nd for students currently in high school on the islands of Kauaʻi, Oʻahu, Molokaʻi, Lānaʻi and Hawaiʻi. The program runs from August, 2023 – July, 2024 and includes STEM enrichment, mentoring, college transition support, and a 40 hour paid internship summer project.
E Komo Mai! With the start of Makahiki Season, a Hawaiian tradition celebrating the shift of seasons, rising of Makaliʻi (Pleiades constellation) and the honoring of Lono, the Hawaiian God, the season marks the celebration of harvest, play and rest. And for Project Hōkūlani, the season marks announcements filled with connections and preparation for growth. Academic Enrichment in Science. Dec-Jan Science Lessons Debut; College Transition Support. Featuring of College Month; Mentoring. Announcing Peer Mentors Media Library; ʻOhana Gatherings. Supporting Children’s Learning at Home & Upcoming Events; and STEM Internships. Internship Track Release.
The application deadline for the Project Hōkūlani $500 paid 2023 Summer STEM internship has been extended to November 18th for students currently in high school on the islands of Kauaʻi and Lānaʻi. The program runs from December, 2022 – July, 2023 and includes 4 online training sessions, an 8 hour spring break site visit, and a 40 hour internship summer project.