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Hawaii Storytellers: Why I Teach at Arts at Marks Garage

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Hawaii Storytellers: Why I Teach

Join us for this back-to-school event featuring stories from local educators about “why I teach.” This event will tap into the diverse experiences of people who view teaching as not just as a job, but a calling. We’ll hear personal challenges and triumphs as well as insights as to what makes teaching in Hawaii so unique. 

Storytellers include: 

  • Douglas Kiang, Computer science teacher at Punahou School
  • Keil Oberlander, English Language Arts teacher at Waianae High School
  • Mahina Paishon-Duarte, Principal of Kanu o ka Aina New Century Public Charter School
  • Christina Torres, English teacher at Punahou School
  • Anne Weber, Community Manager at Impact Hub Honolulu and former teacher at Maili Elementary School

Arrive at Marks Garage starting at 6:00 p.m. and enjoy interactive activities and a no-host bar. The event will start promptly at 7:00 p.m.

This segment of Hawaii Storytellers is presented in collaboration with the ARTS at Marks Garage’s Mo’olelo Night Series. 

Arts at Marks Garage | 1159 Nuuanu Avenue