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  • Future Programs
    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 On the Horizon Future Programs Greening of Schools is a concept that is taking root in Hawai i with schools seeking to create gardens provide more locally grown food and reduce waste while

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  • HGCI Fall 2012 Session
    that you have already subscribed to this list Click here to update your profile First Name Last Name Subscribe Follow us Hawai i Green Collar Institute HGCI Fall 2012 Session Mahalo All for a GREAT week during Fall Break 2012 We really enjoyed working with our students from Wai anae Nanakuli Anuenue and Kapolei High Schools to study about our streams oceans and watersheds We are now recruiting high school students grades 10 12 from Leeward and West O ahu to learn about environmental issues in your community and future jobs in green collar careers during Fall Intersession break October 1 5 Monday Friday 2012 9 am 2 pm times may start earlier and end later on some days The focus of this session is on protecting our streams oceans and watersheds There will be field trips hands on activities and good fun All applicants must submit an application form and at least 1 reference form Preference will be given to students who have not attended a previous HGCI session Please download the application materials below or contact us at 692 8200 x2267 or This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it for

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  • Summer College Class @ LCC
    tested a new format by partnering with the course Enviroment and Ecology at Leeward Community College s Wai anae campus during the summer of 2012 Solutions based field trips to green career sites brought the students to Papahana Kuaola in Windward O ahu an environmental and cultural restoration project Waikiki Aquarium going on a behind the scenes tour to get a taste of marine biology and conservation State Legislature to

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  • HGCI Summer 2012 Session for Teachers and High School Students
    excited to get back into the classroom and Have more workshops like this I would definitely go to the ones in the future What a life changing experience We wish to thank the 14 teachers and 14 students who attended our 5 field trip hosts and 13 speakers for making such an impact on all of us There were many highlights including the visit to Happyponics in Lualualei Valley where we learned how to build our own aquaponic systems for use as classroom resources Mahalo also to the HSTA and DOE for assisting with the offering of professional development credits This was our schedule June 5 Theme on Sustainable models Visited Kipuka Kalani Iki project an agricultural and natural resources program at Kalani High School and participated in hands on activity led by educators Stephen Kow and Ken Kajihara June 6 Theme on Native Plant Conservation and Wastewater Management and Recycling Visited LCC s native plant nursery and worked on seed propagation heard from guest speaker Lilian Stoddard of the State Department of Health on wastewater management and visited Synagro a wastewater sludge recycling program June 7 Theme on Aquaponics as a Method of Sustainable Agriculture and Wastewater Recycling Visited

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  • HGCI Spring 2012 Course
    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 Hawai i Green Collar Institute HGCI Spring 2012 Course Mahalo to the students who completed the ne w and exciting course Exploring Green Careers in Hawai i at University of Hawaii s Leeward Community College This independent study course IS299 ran from January May 2012 IS 299 Exploring Green Careers in Hawai i helped students increase their knowledge and skills in their āina focused career interest Students designed their own projects which showed how their pursuit of a green career will lead Hawai i to a more sustainable future They selected projects that focused on directed reading research internships service learning and apprenticeship with a cultural practitioner Download the course flyer and outline Green careers could include a wide range of jobs in areas such as forest and ocean management sustainable agriculture renewable energy and energy conservation recycling and waste management environmental education urban planning green building design Hawaiian cultural preservation native plant propagation and landscaping alternative transportation and more Funding for this program was made possible by a grant to

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  • HGCI Winter 2011 Session
    Subscribe Follow us Hawai i Green Collar Institute HGCI Winter 2011 Session Over the holidays while most students were snoozing in or hitting the beach 23 high school and college students from Leeward and West O ahu schools woke up very early to attend the Hawai i Green Collar Institute Winter 2011 Program which focused on green jobs in the marine ocean sector Similar to our past HGCI sessions students were exposed to a variety of sites and professionals and participated in hands on projects to give them a better understanding of environmental issues and their potential solutions This session focused on marine systems such as aquaculture marine biological research coastal restoration wetland management and ocean energy The students visited and heard from more than a dozen professionals at NOAA ship Hi ialakai US Fish Wildlife Service Oceanit The Nature Conservancy Kako o Oiwi Paepae O He eia Leeward Community College Hawai i Institute of Marine Biology and the City and County of Honolulu Environmental Services Division The Winter 2011 session of HGCI was made possible by generous grants from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA Pacific Islands Regions Marine Education and Training Program Na Lei Aloha Foundation State

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  • HGCI Fall 2011 Session
    8 am to 2 30 pm on most days We worked with 20 fantastic high school students grades 9 12 from Leeward West O ahu schools Kapolei High Waipahu High Nanakuli High Wai anae High and Kamaile Academy The sessions met at Mālama Learning Center s portable on the campus of Kapolei High School but most days students were out in the field learning from experts in the areas of agriculture watershed forest and ocean conservation waste recycling and alternative energy They also learned about college and career planning resume writing and job interview skills It was an eye and mind opening experience for students wondering if a green career is in their future This was our fun schedule for the week October 3 Introduction inspiration presentation by John Leong founder of Pono Pacific and Kupu Hawai i and a field trip to MA O farm in Wai anae to learn about sustainable agriculture October 4 Theme on waste recycling Tours of PVT landfill construction and demolition waste and ReUse Hawai i reusing construction waste and a hands on activity on composting October 5 Visit Leeward Community College and attend the College Job Fair then go to Waikiki Aquarium to

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  • HGCI Summer Educator Session
    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 Hawai i Green Collar Institute HGCI Summer Educator Session The Hawai i Green Collar Institute HGCI successfully completed its first session for educators on June 8 9 and 11 2011 Working in partnership with Leeward Community College s Hālau Ike O Pu uloa Mālama Learning Center trained 17 diverse and energetic educators from Leeward O ahu on environmental and climate change issues in our community and future jobs in green collar careers These green collar career areas include but are not limited to forest coastal and ocean conservation native plant propagation sustainable agriculture alternative energy production recycling and solid waste reduction environmental health and green design and architecture Through this session educators learned about career opportunities and training pathways in emerging green professions in Hawai i increased their network of professionals in green industries experienced innovation in curriculum development using place based and experiential learning and expanded their tool kit of curriculum resource materials Mahalo nui loa to our guest speakers tour leaders

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