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Youth Leadership Conference for 9th & 10th grade students

Valley of Rainbows Youth Leadership Conference is postponed at this time due to the coronavirus outbreak and DOE closure.  Please check with your counselor or this site for updates.  Feel free to email info@valleyofrainbows.org to be added to our email updates. 
The Youth Leadership Conference (YLC) invites one-hundred fifty students, grades 9 & 10 from Waianae, Nanakuli and Kapolei High School to this one-day educational conference.  Students are recruited by each school at no charge thanks to our community and business sponsors.
The goal of the conference is to instill the importance of higher education and provide support so these young leaders can achieve their college and career goals.


See your high school counselor/PCNC:  Mr. Robin Kitsu, Mr. Jared Nelson and/or Ms. Lolita Takeda.

2019 Speakers: Senator Brian Schatz (video message); College Highlights moderated by Leon Florendo, Ruben Yamada, Hawaii Pacific University; Troy Andrade, Pacific Lutheran University; Matt Ogawa, Oregon State University; Nolan Arasato, Western Oregon University; Hoku Talo, UH West O`ahu; Franalyn Galiza, Leeward Community College, Corporal Joe Tabarejo, Honolulu Police Department D8 Community Policing (Keeping Safe in Cyber Space); Mr. & Mrs. Eddie (Paula) Werner ); Officer Anson "Kaipo" Paiva (Leadership Activities); UH and Mainland College Reps.


Mahalo to our past sponsors!  Hawaiian Electric Companies, First Hawaiian Bank Foundation, NFL Pro Bowl Foundation, Hawaii Hotel Lodging Association, University of Hawaii/Leeward Community College, Friends of Hawaii Charities, Ko Olina Resort/The Resort Group, AlohaCare Hawaii, Wahine Toa Designs, Tamura Super Market (Waianae), Kapolei High School,  West Side Stories, and McDonald's of Nanakuli, Waianae and Kapolei.

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