Helping Hawai‘i’s Youth Become Global Citizens
O childhood memories and experiencing different cultures. It helped put into pursue a career in travel.
promote cultural, educational and athletic exchanges
ian Islands and experience bring those learnings back home to better themselves and our communities.
Since its inception, the foundation has supported cul dents, teachers and chaper- ones, furthering educational tors in our state and abroad. These t r i ps also i nclude bilingual language exposure for students and their host families.
students in the program con 20 fourth- and fifth-grade multilingual experience offered activities, cooperative learning groups and field trips that required students Connections students in re of language and cultural di sharing and learning.
dents, teachers and chaperones on a cultural exchange
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Hawai‘i elementary students learned about Japan’s history and culture during an exchange in Musashimurayama City in Tokyo.