Celebrate Native Hawaiian Plant Month and Earth Day on April 22 by planting a native. You'll be helping the environment and learning about Hawaiian culture and tradition.
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Take a look at some of the stories that made their way into the spotlight in this season's issue.
We spend much of our waking hours at work. So why not love the work you do? Here are three people who have workplace satisfaction.
YWCA’s Minority Business Development Agency Enterprising Women of Color Business Center helps business owners like Lori Silva find ways to grow. Learn how the Center helped Silva make Napua’ala one of fewer than 30 certified Women-owned Small Businesses in Hawaii allowed to compete for government contracts.
Health and well-being isn't only done at home. Many employers are taking care of their employees in extraordinary ways. It's been a big payoff for both companies and workers.
Not only does the University of Hawai‘i at West Oahu care about bringing quality education to its students, it also takes care of its faculty and staff. Meet Kealani Cook, Ph.D., Robyn Tasaka, Ph.D., and Jesse Mikasobe-Kealiinohomoku. Find out what drew them to the university, what they love about what they do, and how UHWO supports their happiness, health, and well-being.
It’s a game that many Hawaiians remember playing as children. Ulu maika is a traditional stone disc-rolling game played as a part of the Makahiki celebration stating in the fall. We'll explore the physical and cultural benefits of ulu maika.