The Hawaii Business Leader Summit for Early Childhood Investment is co-hosted by Good Beginnings Alliance, Enterprise Honolulu, University of Hawaii Economic Research Organization, Workforce Development Council, Hawaii Government Employees Association, Samuel and Mary Castle Foundation, and Aloha United. Collaborating partners include the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, Hawaii P-20 Partnership for Education, State Representative Lyla Berg, Servco Pacific Inc., Kaneohe Ranch Company LLC, The Harold K. L. Castle Foundation, and Kamehameha Schools.
This summit will engage Hawaii's key industry leaders as integral partners in the ongoing and evolving success of Hawaii's early learning system and as advocates to anchor the compelling argument of early childhood education as an essential aspect of Hawaii's economic framework. Attendance to this event is by invitation only.
Click here to view the Hawaii summit agenda (PDF).
View the Save the Date here (PDF).
View the summit sponsors here (PPT).
Click here to view the Hawai'i Commitment Card (PDF)
Dawn Webster. "Furlough Fridays fail to invest in kids." The Honolulu Star Bulletin. October 22, 2009.