This April, ten full-time Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) Fellows began their year of service at 10 University of Hawaiʻi campuses. These recent graduates will help alleviate poverty by strengthening UH’s sustainability and resilience programming to better meet the needs of our students and communities.
With financial support from Johnson Controls Foundation, the program provides stipends, professional development and other support making this meaningful work experience possible.
Enjoy these Q&A’s with six of our VISTA Fellows as they share their passion for sustainability and explore what drives them.
To learn more about the VISTA program, visit UH News.