Thank you for your interest in working with the Hawaiian Humane Society for your school or community-based service learning project. The Society’s education program frequently works with students who seek guidance or mentorship for service learning projects.
“What is the difference between service learning projects and volunteering?“
Service learning projects are completed independently or in groups, off-site and with the guidance of Hawaiian Humane’s education staff (as needed). Students are able to develop a project that best meets their requirements and can complete the project at their own pace. These projects may include, but are not limited to: fundraising, supply drives, awareness campaigns or research projects. These projects do not include working hands-on with shelter animals.
Volunteering occurs at the Hawaiian Humane Society’s Mōʻiliʻili campus or at off-site events. Volunteer opportunities vary by age and have differing time commitment requirements. Opportunities for volunteering may include hands-on work with shelter animals. Volunteer positions are posted as they become available.
If you are interested in completing a service learning project or are seeking an interview with a Hawaiian Humane Society staff member for a school or community project, please fill out the form below. If you are interested in volunteering at the Hawaiian Humane Society, please learn more about our volunteer program here.