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Ka Lama Ku Student Leadership Conference

Location: Campus Center 301

The Ka Lama Ku Student Leadership Conference presents Navigating Toward Success - Hoʻokele I Ka Moku Lanakila featuring workshops focusing on leadership development, health and wellness and cultural activities. Guest speakers this year are Kaleo Pilago and Celeste Haʻo who are both educators and navigators with the Hōkūleʻa Pacific Voyaging Society's Malama Honua World Wide Voyage. Kaleo and Celeste will also be doing a team building leadership workshop. In partnership with the Pacific Island Student Center, Andrew Polloi of the UH Hilo Student Health & Wellness Program invites students on discussions with "Know the line, [respect] the line, Protect the line."
A panel discussion with graduate students of the Ka Lama Ku Student Leadership Program will be sharing "Life After College-A Talk Story Session." Graduates include Associate Attorney Jacky Mena, Educator Maile Boggeln, Mikiala Akiona of the Pacific Voyaging Society, Youth Specialist Waerin Edwin and others who will share their experiences on goals, challenges and success after graduating from UH Hilo. Other workshops include Kauai Explorations- Experiential Leadership in Action, Be Present - Meditation & Therapeutic Stretching, Kaʻi Kuleana - Understanding Privilege and luncheon presentations. A "Local First" lunch is being provided in support of our Hawaii Island and state farmers. For further information and to pre-register, contact bergknut@hawaii.edu.

Special Restrictions: Free to UH Hilo students with a valid UH Hilo ID. $49 for all other participants. Registration is required by Tuesday, February 23, 2016 as seating is limited.

For more information, contact: bergknut@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7377

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