Hi‘ilei provides educational home-visits where parents meet regularly with a Parents As Teachers certified educator to learn about early childhood development and gain the skills needed to be their child’s first and best teacher.
Ho‘āla conducts outreach that provides families with information on the importance of early childhood education and helps them navigate systems to secure early learning opportunities for their child.
Keiki Steps is a Hawaiian culture-based family-child interactive learning preschool where parents and children, from newborn to age 5, learn together to ensure academic success and prepare keiki for Kindergarten.
Ka Lama Education Academy supports community members in their pursuit to become high-quality teachers in their home communities through college support, mentorship and professional training.
Kaulele seeks to create informal STEM learning opportunities through indigenous Hawaiian knowledge that connects modern and traditional science to help young learners engage, connect to and succeed in STEM academics and occupations.
Kupu Ola collaborates with schools to create alternative learning approaches that focus on strengthening academic and personal confidence in youth through the integration of Native Hawaiian culture in outdoor classrooms and interactive learning activities.
Early Literacy collaborates with community early childcare services and preschools, providing professional development, educational materials, coaching, and support for the delivery of an evidence-based literacy intervention.
Ho‘oulu Waiwai works with families to strengthen financial well-being though partnerships, pathways and learning experiences that nurture personal financial wellness and entrepreneurial development.
The INPEACE Center for Entrepreneurship supports new family-owned business start-ups on the Leeward Coast of O‘ahu to increase their capacity to succeed.