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  • Climate Change PSAs
    Center s Climate Change Camps for middle school students These week long camps engaged students in various hands on activities to learn about their environment and the impact of climate change today and potentially in the future Most importantly they learned about solutions One of the products of each of the three camps was a video public service announcement PSA created by the students with some professional help We re

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  • Videos
    college student from Leeward O ahu enrolled in the Hawai i Green Collar Institute These students spent a week with conservation professionals from a variety of agencies and organizations including the U S Fish and Wildlife Service and Kako o Oiwi This program is conducted by the M ā lama Learning Center and Leeward Community College Thanks to the Na Lei Aloha Foundation State Dept of Business Economic Development and Tourism and the Marine Education and Training Mini Grants Program from NOAA Fisheries Pacific Islands Regional Office for providing funding to support this session that was documented by OC16 s Outside Hawai i youtube z20sAqvFj74 youtube Climate Change PSAs During 2011 we had the privilege of working with the Hawai i Nature Center s Climate Change Camps for middle school students These week long camps engaged students in various hands on activities to learn about their environment and the impact of climate change today and potentially in the future Most importantly they learned about solutions One of the products of each of the three camps was a video public service announcement PSA created by the students with some professional help We re pleased to share them with you so that

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  • Vision and Mission
    BLOGS Sign up for E Newsletter Thank you Please check your email and confirm the newsletter subscription Email Address It seems that you have already subscribed to this list Click here to update your profile First Name Last Name Subscribe Follow us Vision Mālama Learning Center is a place in West O ahu that brings art science conservation and culture together to promote sustainable living throughout Hawai i MLC strives

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  • The Five Cs
    us Our Approach The Five Cs In addition to supporting the 3 Rs Mālama Learning Center believes in the 5 Cs Conservation Create a model for protecting and preserving our precious natural environmental and cultural resources operating with a minimal footprint and building a sustainable community for generations to come Creativity Enrich the learning Environment for students of all ages cultivating a living laboratory for sciences and a 3 D

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  • Guiding Values
    Name Subscribe Follow us Our Approach Guiding Values Mālama Learning Center approaches its work with the following values in mind Principles of sustainability and the message of mālama caring will be evident in all aspects of MLC s operations including its activities and performances The universal values and traditions of Native Hawaiians our host culture will be at the core of our programs and will be recognized respected and perpetuated

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  • Meet Our Staff
    help of Mālama Learning Center the teachers and the enthusiastic students at Kapolei I hope together we can move forward to reaching our goal of ʻāina momona Past Interns Ku upua Kiyuna summer of 2015 PIPES intern David Hoppe Cruz spent the 2014 2015 school year with us to improve and ramp up productivity in the Kapolei High nursery No stranger to plants or nurseries Dave shared his love for propagating and conserving native Hawaiian plants with our staff and interns utilizing skills he gained from an internship at Leeward Community College s native plant shadehouse and his knowledge from many years of hiking in the Wai anae Mountains Daivd is a graduate of Wai anae High and is completing his BA in Hawai i and Pacific Island Studies at the University of Hawai i West O ahu Mahalo to the Cultural Learning Center at Ka ala KUPU and the AmeriCorps program for making it possible to have Dave help us Pakela Olanolan was born and raised in the heart of Kapolei and graduated from Saint Louis High School He is currently a student at the University of Hawaiʻi West Oʻahu and Leeward Community College and hopes to transfer to the Mānoa campus majoring in Kinesiology Pakela calls himself a big fitness junkie and aims to become one of the youngest crossfit coaches on the island After his Mākeke Kapolei internship with Mālama Learning Center he was hired by After School All Stars to work with youth at Nānākuli High Intermediate School Good going Pakela School Nursery Stewards As a continuation of our Honouliuli Ahupuaʻa project and with support from the NOAA B WET program we hired four School Nursery Stewards at Kapolei High School KHS and Nānākuli High Intermediate School NHIS All four interns were involved in our school programs and continued to learn about conservation and sustainability Throughout the 2014 2015 school year they worked at their schools nurseries to grow native Hawaiian plants to be outplanted by their classmates at natural areas within the ahupuaʻa of Honouliuli and in Nānākuli The students are L R Richelle Cabatic KHS senior Amber McKay KHS senior Nerilyn Peahi Ayau NHIS junior and Kanani Woods NHIS senior Our team was energized by the presence of two go gettum type interns Pakela Olanolan and Mika Wong Students at UH West Oʻahu and UH Hilo respectively they worked full time for in the summer of 2014 thanks to the financial support of the UH PIPES program U S Fish Wildlife Service and Kupu They worked in the Kapolei High nursery to increase our planting capacity and also went out in the field with the Waiʻanae Mountains Watershed Partnership They also worked at Piliokahe Palehua and Kaʻonohi Every Thursday they represented MLC at Makeke Kapolei practicing their outreach and education skills Cassandra Ohelo Makeke Kapolei intern Tiana Bolosan started volunteering for the Mālama Learning Center in October of 2012 and became an official intern in February 2013 Thanks to support from the U S

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  • Board of Directors
    Click here to update your profile First Name Last Name Subscribe Follow us Who We Are Board of Directors Georgette Stevens President Community Leader and Sales Representative Grace Pacific Corporation Eric Enos Vice President Executive Director The Cultural Learning Center at Ka ala Shirley Swinney Secretary Community Leader and Past President Kapolei Community Development Corporation Lori Hoo Treasurer Community Relations Director Hawaiian Electric Company Leialohalani Dayton Past Principal of Leilehua

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  • Printed material
    RESOURCES CONTACT US BLOGS Sign up for E Newsletter Thank you Please check your email and confirm the newsletter subscription Email Address It seems that you have already subscribed to this list Click here to update your profile First Name Last Name Subscribe Follow us We like to walk our talk as much as possible Rather than using a lot of resources to print more materials about us we d

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