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Volunteer Opportunities

Service to the community is an educational learning experience. Service Learning is a teaching method that gives students the opportunity to apply what their learning in the classroom, to help meet the real needs of the community.

Each project is with a different community partner (non-profit, public, or private) and involves the needs as defined by the community partner. It could be a beach clean-up, getting rid of invasive plants, helping to lay out irrigation pipes, or planting Native Hawaiian plants!

List of Service Projects:

  • Akoakoa/ Kohala- Pono Pacific
  • Amy Greenwell Garden, Captain Cook
  • Hawai’i State Parks- Kailua-Kona, World Wetlands Day
  • Kau Coastline Beach Clean-up, Hawai'i Wildlife Fund
  • Mauna Kea
  • Palamanui/ Kailua-Kona
  • Volcanoes National Park
  • Waikoloa Dry Forest
  • Waipio Valley

Learn while serving and earn extra credit for your course!