Join Our Team!
Hui Mālama O Ke Kai is now hiring for the following positions:
Community-Based After-School Programs
Waimānalo has plenty of reasons to be proud. Hui Mālama O Ke Kai is one of them. The after-school program created in 1998 by a group of concerned community members is making sure that the ‘ōpio of Waimānalo know how and why they should “kū ha’aheo”.
Everyday after school, Waimānalo keiki participate in programming that aims to develop a sense of self through a sense of place. The kids learn about their ahupua’a and the cultural, recreational, and environmental resources within it. They learn about Hawaiian history, the mo’olelo of their ancestors, engage in cultural practices like oli, mele, and hula.
In the new ‘Ōpio Leadership program, students in the 7th-12th grades have the opportunity to serve as mentors to their younger counterparts and participate in community service projects perpetuating a cycle of social responsibility and instilling confidence in them.
Watch this student production about our program.
Upcoming Community/ 'Ohana Events
Ku'i Kalo Night
May 21st (EVERY 3rd TUESDAY)
at the Waimānalo Teen Project site
Join us for an evening poi pounding, sharing, and fellowship.
Bring your board and stone if you have, there will also be some to borrow if needed. RSVP with the amount of kalo you will be ordering ($3 per pound) to email@example.com or 259-2602.
'Ohana Strenthening Workshop Series: