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We offer programs and services across Hawaiʻi and in a mix of formats--from virtual, to hybrid, to in-person. Our team is constantly adding new programs and services, so check back frequently.

Some offerings are not searchable on our website, as they are only available for kamaliʻi and ʻohana who currently have a relationship with LT. Please reach out to your LT worker for questions.

Hawaii Pacific Health Nurse Aide Program

Nurse Aide Program

To build pathways toward economic sustainability, LT will be collaborating with Hawaiʻi Pacific Health (HPH) to offer a Nurse Aide program for those interested in working in the healthcare field.

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Mahiʻai i ka papa (Maui)

ʻŌpio in grades 9-12 will take a huakaʻi to visit local farms, make paʻi ʻai, learn about Hawaiian traditions, food sustainability, and experience a farm to table concept.

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‘oHANa Life

Join our next ‘oHANa Life gathering. The program kahua (foundation) honors ancestral wisdom that affirms the significance of all roles. 

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'Ōlino Summer 2022

ʻŌlino Summer is designed to give kamaliʻi a fun and safe space to spend their summer building pilina and exploring pathways they love or have always wanted to try. Each age group will have the opportunity to explore one of two pathways designed to learn new skills and have new experiences while being rooted in Hawaiian culture and values.

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Ka Pili ʻOhana Mentorship

Connection and healing through shared moʻolelo, hands-on cultural activities to share our collective hā for families currently in Foster Care and Resource Family Caregivers (RCG).

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Kamalama (O‘ahu & Kaua‘i)

For parents and caregivers looking to strengthen their parenting styles.

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‘Ōlino Spring Program (O‘ahu)

The Mele Kukui program will be a 2-week exploratory music course focusing on various elements of traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music. Students will also have hands-on experience, developing their creative artistry through songwriting, music production, and basic music theory.

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After School Drop-in (Kona)

Liliʻuokalani Trust (LT) Kona is excited to welcome ʻōpio (youth) in grades 6 through 12 to our after school drop-in space!

The space is staffed by LT workers and stocked with snacks, art supplies, and athletic equipment. ʻŌpio are welcome to make themselves at home and utilize the space for positive social interaction, recreation, and academic study.

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2022 NHEC Community Consultations

Join us to share the essential educational programs in your community and how your community responded to the COVID-19 pandemic with stronger programs.

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Keahuolū Camping Program

Located between Kailua-Kona town and Honokōhau Harbor are two campgrounds nestled along the Keahuolū shoreline. Halepaʻo is a sandy beach surrounded by a grove of milo trees with a swimming area and tide pools. Hiʻiakanoholae is a sandy beach to the north of Halepaʻo with tide pools, blowholes, and deep ocean waters.

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Puʻu Lei ʻO Liliʻu

Kamali'i will have the opportunity to learn about the Queen's culture and legacy, create moʻolelo, and explore pathways for the future while gaining peer support. This program is for Kamali'i between 13 to 18 years old on Oʻahu Island.

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Queen's Jubilee

An overnight arts, music, and cultural camp at Kīpuka Kona for kamali‘i in grades 7 through 12 to explore classical music, voice, guitar, dance and digital media. A project to honor Queen Lili‘uokalani and her legacy

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Ulupono (Hawai‘i Island)

6-week virtual program where kamali'i will participate in hands-on activities to learn about their environment and themselves through kilo, mo'olelo, and fun!

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