Kupu - Building a brighter future for Hawaiʻi's youth
Kupu provides service-learning programs in conservation, renewable energy, agriculture, and sustainability as a catalyst to restore communities and build a more sustainable future for Hawaiʻi.
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BUILDING A BRIGHTER FUTURE FOR HAWAIʻI’S YOUTH

Kupu, which means “to sprout” or “to grow,” has a two-fold mission: to preserve the land while empowering youth. The organization provides hands-on training in conservation, sustainability, and environmental education for young adults, with the goal of fostering our next generation of environmental and cultural stewards.

Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Hoʻokupu Center Open House

You are cordially invited to celebrate the Grand Opening
March 14, 2019
1pm – 4pm

RSVP

Make This Summer Count!
Serve your community with a committed team to restore Hawai‘i’s unique and precious environment.

Program Dates
June 10 – July 26 (7 weeks)

Deadline

March 1

Eligible participants can receive college credit, monetary stipends, and a $1,252 AmeriCorps education award.

Apply Now!