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Kule'a Program

Kule'a promotes the recruitment and transfer of Native Hawaiians and members of other disadvantaged groups or underserved communities to UHM. To accomplish this task, Kulea has adobpted the following approaches:

1. Develop a community-based recruitment strategy that utilizes existing community resources and adapts to their needs.

2. Pormote the transition and transfer of Native Hawaiian and other disadvantaged community college students to UHM by disseminating information and informal advising.

3. Reach out to students who have "stepped out" of higher education to develop strategies for re-enrollment at UHM.

Kule'a produces a report which includes updates and information about the program. You may find out more information about the Kule'a Report by clicking here. For more information about Kule'a, you may contact the Kule'a coordinator, Ioane Ho'omanawanui, via email or by calling the OMSS office at 956-7348.

Programs: College Recruitment Kule'a Program
Future Techers Workshop Together In Excellence
Bin-I Project Filipino Community Network

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