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  • Post-High School Scholarships - KS Community Education and Services
    high Āina Ulu A o Kumu Distance Learning A o Makua Distance Learning Career Professionals Network First Nations Futures Program Kahalu u Manowai Education Group Kamehameha Publishing Book Club Kāpili Oihana Internship Program Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation Scholarships Post High School Scholarships For teachers For parents Community programs for all Hawai i Home All Programs Post High School Scholarships Post High School Scholarships Visit program web site Our Post High Scholarship Program provides supplemental financial assistance to qualified applicants pursuing undergraduate and graduate level educational goals Nā Ho okama a Pauahi a need based scholarship for students who are Hawai i residents enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at a regional accredited educational U S institution as recognized by KS Imi Na auao a merit based scholarship for students who are Hawai i residents enrolled in post baccalaureate degree programs at a regional accredited educational U S Institution as recognized by KS Affiliated Scholarships Hana Lima Scholarship Hana Lima is a financial assistance project in collaboration with Alu Like Inc for students participating in a vocational or technical education program for various occupations This scholarship is available to students in vocational programs that lead to selected segments

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/communityeducation/site/programs/all/post_high_school_scholarships/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Pūlama I Nā Keiki - KS Community Education and Services
    Explorations Series Ho omāka ika i Explorations Series Ho olauna Explorations Series Kulia I Ka Pono Hālau Kupukupu Innovations Academy Hawaiian focused Charter Schools Hui Mālama I Ke Kai In School After School and Ohana Project Kahalu u Manowai Education Group Literacy Instruction Support Grades 9 12 Āina Ulu Hālau Kupukupu Innovations Academy Hawaiian focused Charter Schools Kahalu u Manowai Education Group Kamehameha Scholars Post high Āina Ulu A o Kumu Distance Learning A o Makua Distance Learning Career Professionals Network First Nations Futures Program Kahalu u Manowai Education Group Kamehameha Publishing Book Club Kāpili Oihana Internship Program Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation Scholarships Post High School Scholarships For teachers For parents Community programs for all Hawai i Home All Programs Pūlama I Nā Keiki Pūlama I Nā Keiki Alu Like Inc Visit program web site A family based parent education project that serves Native Hawaiian families on Moloka i Maui O ahu and the Big Island The goal is for families to apply the knowledge gained in childbearing child development child rearing and for each child to experience future success in school How old is your child Click on the timeline to select your child s age and begin

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/communityeducation/site/programs/all/pulama_i_na_keiki/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Ka Pua Initiative | Kamehameha Schools
    options Complete and submit the preschool application as soon as you can If needed complete and submit financial aid applications Here are two programs which offer assistance especially for families in the Wai anae 96792 zip code Patch Hawaii s Preschool Open Doors Kamehameha Schools Pauahi Keiki Scholars Keiki o ka Aina Hawaii Early Learning Partnerships for Childcare HELP Childcare Child Care Connections Hawaii subsidy program Need help finding a preschool on the Wai anae Coast Here s a list of preschool providers who operate on the Coast and who are part of the newCommunity Learning Center at Mā ili CLC M Phase I of the CLC M opened in August of 2014 and added 185 new seats for 3 and 4 year olds to access affordable preschool Kamehameha Schools is working with many organizations who have long served the Wai anae Coast to make this possible Aha Pūnana Leo Hawaiian Language Immersion preschool Applications available October March ahapunanaleo org HCAP Head Start Applications available January April hcapweb org INPEACE Keiki Steps program Applications are continuous throughout the year inpeace org Kamehameha Schools Preschools Applications available November January preschool ksbe edu Keiki o ka Aina Applications ongoing koka org Partners in Development Foundation Applications are continuous throughout the year pidf org Wai anae Coast Early Education Center Applications are continuous throughout the year waianaekeiki com Our Nānākuli and Wai anae families care deeply about the future of their keiki Hear mana o from some of the parents who choose preschool and why you should consider it for your family Nanakuli Preschool from Oiwi TV on Vimeo Share this Twitter Facebook Comments There are no comments for this entry yet Leave a comment Commenting is not available in this channel entry Ka Pua In The Media Hawaii Public Radio April 10

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/kapua/site/article/1068/ (2016-02-15)
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  • KS takes first steps toward Hale‘iwa town walkway | Kamehameha Schools
    Hale iwa newest walkway The Kaiona Arts Courtyard behind of Global Creations provides a resting place for weary shoppers Lease revenues from the community revitalization project will support KS educational mission Stay in the loop If you re interested in stories like this and staying up to date on Kamehameha Schools lands please sign up for our monthly Endowment Newsletter A new public walkway at Kamehameha Schools Hale iwa Store Lots brings the community revitalization project one step closer to completion As businesses began opening at the world renowned tourist attraction anchored by longtime shave ice merchant Matsumoto s Shave Ice the long awaited pedestrian centric component of the refurbished shopping destination welcomes visitors to its steps Kamehameha Schools has deep roots on the North Shore of O ahu and as we steward our properties to strengthen our educational mission we want to ensure that our neighbors the ohana of this community benefit and are blessed by what we do here said Kalani Fronda senior land asset manager at Kamehameha Schools At a cost of 700 000 the new Hale iwa town pedestrian experience is included in the total cost of KS 16 million Hale iwa Store Lots redevelopment an investment expected to provide ongoing returns to help fund the schools educational mission for generations to come Since 2007 KS has engaged the North Shore community leading to among other initiatives the delivery of a rural friendly safe promenade emulating Hale iwa s rich history The heart and needs of Hale iwa really show in this place the provided lighting necessary parking and now this walkway It s just so beautiful said Colette Harris an administrator for Global Creations a locally owned and operated store in the store lots The 650 foot walkway between the First Hawaiian Bank and Mahaulu

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/article/ks-takes-first-steps-toward-haleiwa-town-walkway/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Hale‘iwa’s first public walkway connects locals, visitors to shops opening at Hale‘iwa Store Lots | News releases | Kamehameha Schools
    standard urban curb and gutter sidewalk with a more rural friendly safe promenade stamped to assimilate the wooden planked boardwalks of yesteryear Credit Michael Young KS photographer Just as businesses began opening their new shops at the Hale iwa Store Lots a long awaited public walkway opened on private property fronting Kamehameha Schools community revitalization project anchored by Matsumoto Shave Ice With input from North Shore residents guidance from the North Shore Sustainable Communities Plan and insight from staff of the City County of Honolulu the new walkway was fashioned to replace the standard urban curb and gutter sidewalk with a more rural friendly safe promenade stamped to assimilate the wooden planked boardwalks of yesteryear We re really grateful to the community Councilmember Ernie Martin Mayor Caldwell and his staff at the City County of Honolulu for providing guidance to help deliver a public walkway that perpetuates Hale iwa s rich history and culture said Kalani Fronda senior land asset manager at Kamehameha Schools A total of five businesses including Global Creations Malibu Shirts Kahala T C Surf and the iconic Matsumoto s Shave Ice are now open at the store lots Colette Harris of Global Creations shared her thoughts on the walkway I ve been getting awesome feedback from people coming into our store Everyone is commenting on how well the project has turned out how beautiful the storefronts and walkways are and how well it fits into the feel of Haleiwa It s so nice to have the walkways veer close to the stores to allow people to peek in Before there were mud puddles outside and lines leading into the street but now customers can park in the back and walk along the nice walkways to get to shops said Harris an administrator at Global Creations At a price tag of 700 000 the new Hale iwa town pedestrian experience is included in the total cost of Kamehameha Schools 16 million Hale iwa Store Lots redevelopment an investment expected to provide ongoing returns to help fund the schools educational mission for generations to come Improving the economic vitality in the area while staying true to the area s plantation history was also a goal of the overall project The heart and needs of Hale iwa really show in this place the provided lighting necessary parking and now this walkway It s just so beautiful said Harris The 650 foot walkway bookended by the Waialua end of the store lots and Mahaulu Lane is part of the one mile stretch of the Hale iwa town revitalization a catalyst project of the educational institution s North Shore Master Plan Kamehameha Schools has deep roots on the North Shore of O ahu and as we steward our properties to strengthen our educational mission we want to ensure that our neighbors the ohana of this community benefit and are blessed by what we do here said Fronda Grand opening ceremonies for the Hale iwa Store Lots are planned for early spring

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/newsreleases/haleiwas-first-public-walkway-connects-locals-visitors-to-shops-opening-at/ (2016-02-15)
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  • KS breaks ground for Kaka‘ako rental housing project | Kamehameha Schools
    us The low rise six story building at the corner of Pohukaina and Keawe streets will include 88 residential units made up of 40 studios and a mixture of one two and three bedroom units KS breaks ground for Kaka ako rental housing project By Kirra Downing December 16 2014 KS kahu Kordell Kekoa performs the blessing on the yet to be named project Kamehameha Schools recently held a blessing to commence construction on an Our Kaka ako rental housing project for middle income earners The yet to be named project is slated for completion in fall 2016 The low rise six story building at the corner of Pohukaina and Keawe streets will include 88 residential units made up of 40 studios and a mixture of one two and three bedroom units In Our Kaka ako a broad spectrum of housing options is being planned This project located at 440 Keawe Street helps to fill the great need for rental housing for local middle income residents says Our Kaka ako Marketing Manager Erin Kinney More than 40 guests joined KS leaders at the blessing They represented general contractor Hawaiian Dredging Construction Company subcontractor Concrete Coring Company and independent developer Castle Cooke Homes Hawaii who is responsible for an adjacent fee simple project Every time you turn over a stone history is changed said KS kahu Kordell Kekoa as he blessed the site Kaka ako was significant to our ali i and will continue to be a special place for our people as this place grows The project is KS second rental project in Our Kaka ako The first residential project Six Eighty located at 680 Ala Moana Blvd was a finalist for a National Association of Home Builders award in 2013 Our Kaka ako spans nine city blocks and is

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/article/ks-breaks-ground-for-mid-income-rental-housing-project-in-our-kakaako/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Keauhou mural honors the region’s cultural heritage | Kamehameha Schools
    the battle of Kuamo o First grader Pulamawehiwa Cantiberos glides past a mural depicting the famous royal hōlua slide of Keauhou Support the Mele Murals Project The Mele Murals youth art development program uses art education and āina based knowledge to develop youth into community leaders The Estria Foundation is seeking community partners for the project including sponsors to donate supplies and defray costs and property owners to offer walls as canvases Sponsors of the Keauhou mural project include Kamehameha Schools Donkey Mill Art Center Foundation Bill Healy Foundation Betty Kanuha Foundation County of Hawaii Ace Hardware Montana Cans Art Alternatives Peaberry and Galette The parents and teachers of Ka Ehunuikaimalino For more information visit the Mele Murals website Local urban artists Estria Miyashiro and John Prime Hina recently engaged Keauhou area cultural advisors and the students of Ke Kula o Ehunuikaimalino Hawaiian immersion public charter school in the creation of a large scale mural at the Keauhou Shopping Center The seven panel mural honors the cultural heritage of Keauhou by depicting events and landmarks associated with the region including the battle of Kuamo o and the royal h lua slide The two week project supported by Kamehameha Schools and other community collaborators is part of the Mele Murals youth art development program created by the Estria Foundation The program uses art education and āina based knowledge to develop youth into community leaders Miyashiro founder of the Estria Foundation says that there is a lesson to be learned in the creation of each mural Our objective is to share with others the transformational power of public art in Hawai i that is grounded in place based stories and living in harmony with nā lani heavens āina land kai ocean kūpuna ancestors and aumākua family guardians says Miyashiro This is pono It is balance and that s what we want to instill in every youth participant The lessons are not lost on the young minds of the students at Ke Kula o Ehunuikaimalino who were taught by Estria and Prime how to use meditation prayer and knowledge of history as a process to conceptualize a story ultimately sharing it on a canvas for all to interpret The first thing we had to be mindful of was the area that we are in says Ehunuikaimalino 11th grader Kawika Lawrence We also had to be mindful of the events that took place here and the monuments that still stand here today With that in mind we had meditation sessions and within those meditation sessions we were asking our deities our kūpuna our akua our aumākua whether or not the ideas we were thinking of were okay to put on these walls More than 300 community members gathered at the KS owned Keauhou Shopping Center on November 29 to celebrate the unveiling of the collaborative art project Deeann Haberly West Hawai i support services manager for Kamehameha Schools has high hopes for the mural Our prayer is that not only will the students of

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/article/keauhou-shopping-center-mural-honors-the-cultural-heritage-of-the-region/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Social impact event attracts entrepreneurs and investors | Kamehameha Schools
    Lisa Kleissner president of the KL Felicitas Foundation and KS Land Assets Division Director Neil Hannahs welcome the graduating class Local business owners listen and learn about Scaling Social Enterprise in Hawaiʻi Business partners Rick Barboza and Kapalikū Schirman of Hui Kū Maoli Ola share how their Native Hawaiian plant and landscaping business flourished with the guidance of HIR Lisa Kleissner shares important information about the HIR program Recruitment will begin for HIR s second cohort in January 2015 The significant turnout for this event is evidence that there is interest and more importantly a need for the type of support HIR provides to the small social enterprises owned and operated by Native Hawaiians that will positively impact societal norms as we know them today Pia Chock KS New Ventures Investment Manager More than 150 social entrepreneurs investors government agency reps and philanthropists recently sat shoulder to shoulder at Scaling Social Enterprise in Hawai i an event that showcased the social impact businesses like the Waipā Foundation and Hui Kū Maoli Ola have had on Hawai i s economy The owners of the two thriving businesses are among the 15 member inaugural cohort of the Hawai i Investment Ready program HIR funded by Kamehameha Schools the KL Felicitas Foundation and Social Impact International HIR was created to provide support to social entrepreneurs business owners applying commercial strategies to improve human and environmental wellbeing The peer to peer learning program equips entrepreneurs with knowledge of branding business modeling and financial analysis to help them maximize the impact of their enterprises Six members of the program s first cohort including the owners of MA O Organic Farms Street Grindz Local Catch and KU A KANAKA shared their stories at the event which also marked the graduation of the cohort members from the two year program The forum was also fertile ground for discussions among current cohort members prospective members and funders I was most impressed by the number of people interested and willing to support this effort says Lisa Kleissner president of the KL Felicitas Foundation and co leader of the HIR program The Hawai i community has stepped up more quickly than any other region we have worked in bringing capital networks and much needed business acumen to help grow the program KS New Ventures Investment Manager Pia Chock agrees The significant turnout for this event is evidence that there is interest and more importantly a need for the type of support HIR provides to the small social enterprises owned and operated by Native Hawaiians that will positively impact societal norms as we know them today says Chock HIR will initiate recruitment for a second cohort in January 2015 Cohort members can expect to benefit from the intensive experiential training and access to experienced mentors throughout the two year program We have a pipeline of over 30 potential candidates for the next cohort says Kleissner Just a few years ago most folks did not understand the difference between social enterprise and

    Original URL path: http://www.ksbe.edu/imua/article/social-impact-event-attracts-entrepreneurs-and-investors/ (2016-02-15)
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