Teen Mentoring Workshop Host/Coordinator Big Island ONLY

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ORGANIZATION: Project Hawai’i, Inc.


Join Our Team! Big Island ONLY!! Kea'au

Are you passionate about making a meaningful difference in the lives of homeless teens? Do you believe in the power of self-esteem, confidence, and healthy living? We're looking for dedicated volunteers to join us in our mission to empower homeless youth through engaging workshops.

As a volunteer with us, you'll have the opportunity to work closely with a small group of 6-8 homeless girls, guiding them on a journey of self-discovery and personal growth. Your role will involve conducting workshops focused on developing self-esteem, boosting confidence, and promoting a healthy lifestyle.

We are open to what you are passionate about. Share your passsions and be their light to the path towards success. So many amazing opportunities for our teens to learn, from journaling, vision boards, writing, to music, arts, yoga and even cooking classes to learn to make a simple meal. As a workshop facilitor you will be responsible to provide the needed materials to conduct your project. You will be working with the girls in a small group with little supervision at our dormitory. You are welcome to utilize our lounge area inside, our wellness pavilion outdoors or our full equipt kitchen for cooking classes.

Through interactive activities, open discussions, and mentorship, you'll help these teens unlock their full potential and build the skills they need to thrive despite their challenging circumstances. Whether it's learning to love themselves, setting goals for the future, or making positive choices for their well-being, your support will make a lasting impact.

No prior experience is necessary-all you need is a compassionate heart, a willingness to listen, and a commitment to making a difference. Join us today and be a beacon of hope for homeless teens as they embark on a journey of empowerment and transformation.

Together, we can inspire confidence, foster resilience, and empower homeless youth to create brighter futures for themselves. Join our team and be a part of something truly extraordinary. Apply now to make a difference that lasts a lifetime!

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About Project Hawai’i, Inc.


po box 1844, keaau, HI 96749, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to enhance the lives of homeless children while teaching them the life and social skills they need to succeed!


Project Hawai’i, Inc. is an award-winning volunteer staffed nonprofit that provides services to over 1,600 individual homeless children annually across the islands of O'ahu, Maui and the Big Island of Hawai'i. The nonprofit strives to change the lives of children by providing a sense of stability through interactive programs, including educational summer camps, holiday events, school support, and educational training. Additionally, the nonprofit provides monthly outreach support to assure that children are supplied with healthy meals, personal hygiene care, and emergency services.

Since the foundations inception in 2003, we are proud to announce we have successfully helped over 2,000 homeless children escape and BREAK their cycle of poverty as they continue to build their families with a strong foundation.

In Hawaii, there are over 23,000 children living in substandard and homeless situations.

Our mission is to help end the cycle of poverty for Hawaiian Children (keiki)


Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
Homeless & Housing
Advocacy & Human Rights, Children & Youth, Homeless & Housing


Fri Jul 05, 2024 - Fri Jul 26, 2024


Kea'auKeaau, HI 96749



  • Mentoring
  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Youth Services
  • Life Coaching
  • Project Management
  • Special Needs




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • 90 minutes
  • Students are welcome to apply if needed for their college education. Must be able to travel to Kea'au to our dormitory

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