1 person is interested
1 person is interested
Help support the Kalaeloa Heritage and Legacy Foundation's mission to preserve and protect the historical, cultural, and archaeological landscape of the Kalaeloa Heritage Park. We are currently seeking self-motivated people who are interested in volunteering to become a docent and provide guided site tours of the Kalaeloa Heritage Park. New volunteers would join our experienced volunteers for the 8:30 am to 11:30 am morning shift.
Docents lead small groups of visitors through the Park and share details about the various sites and historical, cultural, and archaeological features.
No previous experience is necessary. Must be able to interact with visitors that range in age from kindergarteners to senior citizens. Volunteers would perform a maximum of two (2) site tours lasting approximately an hour at least three (3) times per week.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About KALAELOA HERITAGE AND LEGACY FOUNDATION
PO BOX 75447, KAPOLEI, HI 96707, US
Through partnership, planning, advocacy, and stewardship the kupaʻaina of Honouliuli accept the kuleana to preserve and protect our kupuna, historical sites, and moʻolelo of Kalaeloa. We are committed to ensuring that cultural traditions and practices of nā ʻoiwi ʻo Kalaeloa are perpetuated.
About Us Established in 2011, the Kalaeloa Heritage and Legacy Foundation (KHLF) is a 501(c)3 community based organization dedicated to preserving and protecting Native Hawaiian cultural and historical sites of Kalaeloa via a 40-year lease to 77 acres on which it will establish and operate the Kalaeloa Heritage Park. Our Vision As Kalaeloa is the wahi hoʻokela, the Kalaeloa Heritage Park is the piko and wahi pana of Kalaeloa, where nā ʻoiwi mau loa - our ancestors and us - shall live forever.
91-1940 Coral Sea RoadKapolei, HI 96707
August 21, 2021
- Habitat Restoration
- Environmental Education
- Environmental Science
- People 55+
- Must be at least 16
- Orientation or Training
- Volunteer docents would provide guided site tours lasting approximately an hour. No more than two site tours per day. No more than three days per week.
- Ideal volunteer docents would have an interest or appreciation of Native Hawaiian culture and history, archaeology, botany, geology, native plants, and enjoy talking with people.