‘Aha Lōkahi:
Hawai‘i CommUNITY Conference

Communities and Schools in Service to Youth

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‘Aha Lōkahi is a virtual conference to bring educators and afterschool & youth development professionals to work together to expand opportunities for youth to learn, thrive, and succeed.

With the theme of "Communities and Schools in Service to Youth," this conference will focus on how schools, afterschool programs, and community partners can work together to ensure our keiki and ‘ōpio emerge from the pandemic stronger and more resilient than before. 

By registering for ‘Aha Lōkahi, you get FREE access to Open Minds, Open Spaces (OMOS), a joint virtual conference hosted by the Hawai‘i Afterschool Alliance and eight other State Afterschool Networks. OMOS is a two-day virtual event that will "Elevate Afterschool" and explore topics such as entrepreneurship, racial equity, social emotional learning, STEM, and more.

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Thank You To Our Sponsors

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