Hui Ho’olana is a non-profit educational/spiritual sanctuary on the island of Molokai, Hawaii seeking to fill the position of General Manager to oversee all operations.
The Hui has a 9-month ‘season’ – October through June. Residential workshops cover a wide variety of topics, from photography to meditation. They are scheduled every other week and last for 7-10 days each. These educational workshops provide the primary revenue for sustaining the non-profit.
In addition, the land has become a living sanctuary for native Hawaiian plants, birds, bees and butterflies and is known as the largest private dry land forest restoration project in all of Hawaii. [Read more…]