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Applications being accepted for Na Hua Ho‘ohuli i ka Pono internship program

October 12, 2017
Lahaina News

KAHULUI - Applications are now being accepted for Na Hua Ho'ohuli i ka Pono, an internship program specifically designed to help develop Maui's next generation of conservation leaders.

Host agencies for the Spring 2018 Program are the Maui Invasive Species Committee, Maui Nui Botanical Gardens, and Maui Nui Seabird Recovery Project.

Two positions are available for college-level students who have an interest in integrating conservation as part of the foundation for a future career in any field they may be pursuing.

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Two positions are available for college-level students who have an interest in integrating conservation as part of the foundation for a future career. 

Applicants will be selected through a competitive process that includes a formal application, criminal history check and interview.

Interns will earn a bi-weekly living allowance of $475 and are eligible to earn an AmeriCorps Education Award that may be applied toward higher education costs or student loans.

Interested candidates must be available for 19 hours a week from Jan. 22 to May 11, 2018. Students are responsible for their own transportation and housing accommodations.

Completed applications and all required documents must be received by 8 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 27.

A full-time summer internship application is also available. This program term will run from June 11 to Aug. 3, 2018 and will have four positions available with multiple host agencies.

For more information on both internship terms and to obtain an application packet, visit www.nhhphawaii.org or contact the program coordinator at serena@nhhphawaii.org and (808) 727-2184.

The Na Hua Ho'ohuli i ka Pono program is funded by Hau'oli Mau Loa Foundation, a private Honolulu-based grant-making organization.

The program works in partnership with Maui-based conservation agencies and Kupu, an established nonprofit organization that works statewide to link youth with conservation organizations year-round.

 
 
 

 

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