University of Hawaii Youth Impact Program 2017

Aug 04, 2017

Aloha Dream Makers, Dreamers and Friends,

In your dream making role that has enabled us to ignite the hearts of our youth to dream big, trust their own community academic institutions, establish relationships that propel their dreams, gather skills of respect, discipline and academic dominance in making permanent impact forever in their lives, we are providing you a perspective and condensed summary of the successes of each of our 5 Youth Impact Programs across 5 major urban cities of our Nation that have taken place this summer.

Our program today we are highlighting for your awareness is the newest program and a very special one in its Polynesia roots. The Hawaiian community came together on this magnificent gathering of diversity with our Hawaii Youth Impact Program and the youth from Honolulu.

Vocab increase of 61%
Science increase of 15% 
Math increase of 13%
Overall Average Academic increase of 30%

WATCH: Hawaii YIP Recap

 

A BIG THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!
 
Champion Partners
The University of Hawaii
Chef Roy Yamaguchi
First Hawaiian Bank
Hawaii News Now
Hawaii Lodging &Tourism Association 
KHON2 News
KITV Island News
Matson
PACXA
Roberts Transportation
David Hulihee with Royal Contracting
The Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Restaurants
Alan Wong’s
Big City Diner
Chef Chai
Diamond Head Market 
DK/Sansei 
Eating House 1849
Hawaii Volcanic Water
Highway Inn Kaka’ako 
Hula Grill 
Kahala Hotel & Resort
Koko Head Café
McDonald’s McCully
Murphy’s Bar & Grill
MW Restaurant 
Pig & The Lady
Rainbow Drive-In
The Royal Hawaiian Hotel 
Roy’s Waikiki 
Sodexo 
StripSteak Waikiki 
Zippy’s McCully 

 

This Youth Impact Program is a phenomenal inspiration from the Hawaiian Community whom all came together as one, led by all of us, but especially Roy Yamaguchi.

The program is a reflection of the University of Hawaii and its winning leadership of Head Coach Nick Rolovich in his commitment to the community with his student athletes, and the staff of the Athletic Department of the University of Hawaii, the United States Marines, and the United State Army. They were the dream makers and igniters of hearts for these boys from Honolulu.

Mahalo