Kamehameha Schools host leadership program

HONOLULU — Kamehameha Schools’ First Nations’ Futures Program is accepting applications for the 2016-17 school year.

The international alliance seeks to develop well-balanced leaders who serve in their communities through work in the community or in public or professional roles, according to a release from Kamehameha Schools.

The program has partners in Alaska and Aotearoa, New Zealand, who also share a desire to build indigenous capacity by developing values based on leadership and integrated solutions for managing natural and cultural resources, the release said.

“FNFP offered me access to unparalleled learning experiences, including opportunities to directly learn from and build pilina with oiwi leaders leading Native Hawaiian organizations that are doing incredible, game-changing work for our lahui today,” said Shannon Kaeli Toiki, community investing manager for Kamehameha Schools.

The deadline is May 31.

More info: www.fnfp.org or 541-5346.


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