The foundation was established to help the students of Hawaii participate in creative projects concerning peace. Its founders Stephen E. and Isabella H. Stevens lived all over the world, but fell in love with Hawai’i. They were adamant that Hawaii’s unique location and blended culture is a shining example of how the broader world should work and live together.LEARN MORE
This is one of our proudest signature programs. With the initial brainstorming efforts of a few students from Saint Andrews Priory and Iolani School the Hawaii Pacific Model UN Conference has evolved into one of Hawaii’s elite global conferences with schools from the Neighbor Islands, Japan, Canada, and the Continental U.S. The conference is run by highly trained collegiate students from across the globe.LEARN MORE
PacMUN 2017 & 2018 was characterized by a strong continued growth, an increased focus on realism, and a strong human rights undertone under the guidance of Matt Linker and Jackie Osaki. Everyone in attendance was mesmerized by opening speaker Benjamin Lee, the Human Rights Policy Advisor to the Australian Permanent Mission to the UN.
The students from out of town receive a wonderful pre-conference excursion to learn about Hawai’i, but with a focus on our cornerstone beliefs.Play Video