Last Friday (Feb 14) Big Island youth ventured from the Mayor’s offices in Hilo to the State Capitol on Oahu for Job Shadow Day. A national event, it was organized locally by the Sustainable Hawaii Youth Leadership Initiative (SHYLI). Read More…
A group of enthusiastic Big Island youth recently visited a variety of programs at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo as part of the national Job Shadow Day. The local group’s activities were organized by the Sustainable Hawai’i Youth Leadership Initiative or SHYLI.
“As UH Hilo moves towards providing an applied learning experience for every student,” says UH Hilo Chancellor Don Straney, “we are excited to be working with partners like SHYLI to prepare the young people of Hawai‘i for a productive future for themselves, our island and our state.” Read More…
Oceanit Hosts Youth and Business Leaders for Job Shadow Day, Oceanit News
Oceanit hosted a reception where youth from Lanai and the Big Island shared their life-changing experiences with business, government and academic leaders as part of a national Job Shadow Day. This event was organized locally by the Sustainable Hawaii Youth Leadership Initiative (SHYL) and supported by Oceanit. On April 4, SHYLI youth and sustainable business leaders from Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Hawaii, and Lanai will share their vision and passion for a brighter Hawaii at the Design Sustainable Hawaii Forum at Windward Community College. At the forum, students and busines leaders will discuss and develop unique public-private partnerships and implement innovative sustainability projects throughout Hawaii. Read More…
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The Sustainable Hawaii Youth Leadership Initiative’s mission is to inspire young people to envision, plan and create a more sustainable future for their lives and their island. SHYLI is a project of The Stone Soup Leadership Institute, a 501c3 non-profit organization founded in 1997.