Projects and programs that educate, unify and empower LGBTQ+ people as integral members of Hawaii’s larger diverse community. To have your program listed, contact: calendar@hawaiilgbtlegacy.com

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Navigating Through Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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How Brands Can Help Shape the Future - A Live Webinar with Ad 2 Hawaii & AMA Hawaii. The imperative for brands to respond to social justice issues has never been greater, as the Black Lives Matter movement fuels a wider conversation about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Advertising and Marketing professionals, responsible for creating content … Continue reading Navigating Through Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Ongoing: Hawaii Is Hiring

Chamber of Commerce Hawaii

"Hawaii is Hiring is a one-stop online resource that connects kamaʻāina to job opportunities, training programs and career navigation. It provides local job seekers and new graduates with a streamlined job board and simple access to training and education tools valued in Hawaiʻi’s in-demand and emerging industries. Hawaii is Hiring also helps residents find local … Continue reading Ongoing: Hawaii Is Hiring

Application deadline: October 31 | HSFCA Teaching Artist

Hawaii State Foundation for Culture and the Arts

The Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts is looking to add new voices to the roster that include teaching artists of various ages, ethnicities, gender expressions, cultural backgrounds, abilities, and who work with a variety of different art forms. Applications to become a Teaching Artist for the SFCA Teaching Artist/Artistic Teaching Partner Roster is … Continue reading Application deadline: October 31 | HSFCA Teaching Artist

Ongoing: Daily live COVID-19 Care Conversation

Star Advertiser Online

Join COVID-19 Care Conversation sponsored by the Hawaii Executive Collaborative, live every day at 10:30 a.m. Yunji de Nies and Ryan Kalei Tsuji discuss the latest news, resources and community concerns about the coronavirus outbreak in Hawaii. Watch and comment on the Star Advertiser's Facebook page.