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Ground transportation, accommodations, all breakfasts and dinners, chaperones and guides, program related activities, program related activity admissions, taxes and tips.Not Included (not intended to be an exhaustive list): Airfare, visas and visa application fees, beverages other than filtered water at meals, activities and admissions not referenced in the itinerary or deemed not program related, such as movies, expenses incurred by the participant that are outside the program description, such as excess baggage fees and damage to hotels, expenses related to unforeseen circumstances, such as transportation strikes and natural disasters, as well as personal and medical expenses.Youth Speaks Hawaii mentors, including poets from the Hawaii Slam Team and YSH alumni, offer a weekly workshop as well as special programs at several schools throughout Oahu.Beginning in April 2010 YSH also runs a monthly slam every second Saturday (entitled 2nd SATurdays) at 1159 Nuuanu Avenue in Honolulu.In the 2007 Brave New Voices championship, held in San Jose, California, YSH placed 7th among the 35 teams.Preceding the 2008 event, held in Washington DC, YSH was chosen as one of the teams featured in HBO's series "Russell Simmons Presents: Brave New Voices." Hawaii finished first in that year's event, the eleventh and largest to date.Working with animals, children, marine life, and the gardens are the perfect way to students to discover the many ways they can give back to the beautiful state of Hawaii.In addition to the service component, students love the exciting mix of activities that make each day a new adventure!
For safety reasons, we do not publish the names of the accommodations we use.In Maui we stay at a comfortable condo right across from the beach in sunny Kihei.In Oahu we stay at a great hotel right in the center of vibrant Waikiki that is walking distance to all of the shops, restaurants, and best of all, just a few blocks from Waikiki Beach!In Kauai our hotel is in the charming local town Kapaa, right on the beach.
There is a boardwalk we can bike along as well as plenty of boutique shops and restaurants to explore.
YSH runs weekly workshops with mentors from throughout the Hawaii poetry slam community, and special guest mentors, which are open for all interested students to write, read, and discuss poetry and performance.