Kapiolani Summer Camp.

WWYD: Open Swim, Group Excursion, Activity Hour, or Friday Field Day? 🤔

Join us for another awesome week-long Kapi‘olani Summer Camp August 1-5! Facilitate your own session or team up with some frolleagues …or both!

All University of Hawai‘i staff, faculty and admin are invited to apply to present in one or more of our 2022 Summer Camp session formats:
Summer Camp Sessions.

🐟 Open Swim: This 30-minute presentation is meant to share resources or strategies/processes. While we encourage all formats to include some level of engagement, there is limited time for “hands-on” learning. This session is ideal for sharing lessons learned or strategies you employ in your area that you believe will be helpful to others!

🏕️ Group Excursion: This 70-minute engaging, interactive session format is intended to provide the time to facilitate meaningful conversation and/or application of ideas. This session format is a fantastic opportunity to grapple with interesting issues, problem-solve/brainstorm as a group, and/or introduce a concept/resource while allowing participants to plan for its application in their own context!

⛰️ Activity Hour: These 40-minute health and wellness-focused sessions help engage participants in moving, meditating, and planning for healthy, holistic approaches to work/life balance! 

🏖 Friday Field Day: New this year is our first in-person Summer Camp event at Kapi‘olani Park! We are stoked to gather and build pilina with opportunities to socialize, eat, play games, and hopefully engage in a few hands-on, fun-filled sessions. We’ve got a park permit, endless sunshine, and a beach view, so if there’s something you’d love to see happen on Friday Field Day, throw us a proposal – we’re up for some fun!

Please submit your session proposal(s) here: Kapi‘olani Summer Camp Proposal Submission
You are welcome to propose multiple sessions – please submit each session proposal individually.

The deadline to apply is May 30, 2022 by 11:59pm HST. Presenters will be notified of their acceptance mid-summer.

We hope to hear from you!
Your friendly Kapi‘olani Summer Camp counselors

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the summer camp counselors at sumrcamp@hawaii.edu