The Islands Society will conduct hyper-regional research on social policy, political strategy, and health activities in the North Pacific. - June 14, 2019
The Islands Society is pleased to announce the launch of a new program for emerging leaders across the Neighbor Islands of Hawaii.
Specifically, the Neighbor Islands Emerging Leaders Program will provide young leaders a platform to share their insights on how we can improve the health and well-being... - May 12, 2016
The Islands Society is proud to announce that it will be providing high school and college students in Hawaii County, Hawaii with the opportunity to interview senior policymakers and subject matter experts on insular affairs.
Students selected for the program will receive mentorship on how to conduct... - May 12, 2016
The Islands Society is now soliciting lesson plans from K-5 teachers in Hawaii County, Hawaii for its Pacific Islands in the Classroom program.
Pacific Islands in the Classroom aims to provide a digital compendium of high-quality lesson plans and resources. Lesson plans created by local teachers are... - May 12, 2016
Student named Local Emerging Leader for his efforts in science and technology regarding the creation of innovative solutions to automobile safety. - May 11, 2016
New interview series to feature community leaders from Hawaii County in Hawaii. - May 11, 2016
Today, the Islands Society announces the appointment of Careen Turner as a Community Engagement Specialist under the Local Female Leaders Program. Turner will now support the Islands Society’s efforts to recognize strong and empowered women around the world for their efforts to improve the quality... - April 30, 2016
Filipino Female Doctor Recognized for work with Malnourished Children in the Philippines. - April 30, 2016
Eric Esquivel, founder and publisher of La Isla Magazine, recently provided the Islands Society’s initial Hilton Head Island Vision 2030 discussion centered on his dreams for what the island should look like in 2030.
The new community platform for those with an interest in the future of Hilton... - April 30, 2016
The Islands Society is pleased to announce that Lisa Estes has been selected as the latest “Sea Islands Community Leader.”
Estes is the founding director of Art Goes There - a nonprofit that provides children with programs that enrich their participation in the arts. A Charleston, S.C. native,... - April 30, 2016
The Islands Society officially announced that it is relocating its global headquarters to the County of Hawaii in the State of Hawaii and its regional society for Georgia and South Carolina to the City of Charleston in the State of South Carolina.
The “Top-Rated” nonprofit and its regional... - April 29, 2016
Recognition based on work to inspire and empower women and young people in Hawaii and the Pacific Islands. - April 29, 2016
The Boards of Directors of the Emerging Science and Technology Policy Centre and Pacific Islands Society are proud to announce that the merger of the two nonprofit organizations is now complete. Renamed the Islands Society, the surviving nonprofit organization aims to inspire and empower islanders around... - April 29, 2016
Today, the Islands Society marked the third anniversary of the founding of the Pacific Council.
Founded on February 22, 2013, the Pacific Council was a low-profit digital agency that sought to design and develop a social networking service for residents and former residents of Hawaii and the U.S. Pacific... - April 29, 2016
Today, the Islands Society announces the appointment of Bremen de Haan as Managing Director of the Inland Islands Society. He will now lead the nonprofit’s efforts to increase the participation of individuals and sub-national organizations from lake island communities and river island communities... - April 18, 2016
The Director of the Beaufort County Alliance for Human Services is honored for his strong community commitment. - April 01, 2016
Researcher at MUSC is honored for her efforts to promote cross-cultural awareness. - April 01, 2016
Island Voices provides senior policy makers and other leaders with a platform to share their perspectives on the most important policy issues impacting island communities around the world. - March 19, 2016
The Islands Society is pleased to announce the launch of an innovative program designed to increase student awareness about Pacific Islands while instilling in students a sense of community engagement and public service. Pacific Islands in the Classroom intends to promote knowledge-sharing among K-12... - March 17, 2016
The Islands Society recognizes its inaugural Caribbean Female Leader for her notable achievements in bringing awareness to human trafficking on both the local and global level. - March 12, 2016
The Islands Society has selected its inaugural Lowcountry Emerging Leader because of her focus on empowering local communities in the Lowcountry through collaborations with human services and other organizations. - March 12, 2016
The Sea Islands Society, a regional society of the Islands Society, recently launched a new community platform for those interested in the future of Hilton Head Island. Hilton Head Island Vision 2030 Voices will focus on ten themes previously identified by the Mayor and Town Council. - March 11, 2016
The Islands Society is issuing an open call to young professionals across the Lowcountry to participate in its annual essay competition. This year, the nonprofit is calling upon young professionals to respond to the following question: “How can we position the Lowcountry to take advantage of the... - March 09, 2016
The Islands Society is issuing an open call to young professionals in the Lake Victoria Basin Region to participate in its annual essay competition. This year, the nonprofit is calling upon young professionals to respond to the following question: “How can islanders on the African Great Lakes become... - March 09, 2016
Suzannah Smith Miles becomes the first woman from the Sea Islands to be selected for the nonprofit’s female leadership recognition program. - February 07, 2016
The Island Society announces the appointment of Mayra Gottardi as the new Community Engagement Manager of the Caribbean Islands Society. - February 07, 2016
The Islands Society is issuing an open call to young professionals across the Baltic Sea Region to participate in its annual essay competition. This year, the nonprofit is calling upon young professionals to respond to the following question: “What is the biggest security threat facing Islanders in the Baltic Sea Region today?” - December 21, 2015
For the second year running, the Islands Society has been recognised as a Top-Rated Nonprofit by Great Nonprofits, the country's leading platform for community sourced stories and reviews about nonprofits. - November 16, 2015
The Islands Society launches unique essay competition on foreign affairs for young professionals in Lowcountry. - November 16, 2015
The Islands Society selects emerging Pacific Islands artists to showcase talent and thought leadership in the 2015-2016 NexGen Artists Program. - November 15, 2015
Essays from Fiji, New Zealand, Taiwan, and Tonga selected as finalists in essay competition for young scholars. - November 14, 2015
The Islands Society selects young leaders from across the Pacific for the 2015-2016 Security Scholars Program. - November 14, 2015
Dr. Lisa Crampton becomes the first woman from the Outer Islands of Hawai’i to be selected for the nonprofit’s female leadership recognition program. - October 13, 2015
Congresswoman Aumua Amata encourages American Samoans to take advantage of nonprofit's programs. - October 03, 2015
Derek Bolton to lead new effort by South Carolina nonprofit to engage islanders from the Baltic Sea as partners for public diplomacy, cultural relations, and action on climate change. - September 27, 2015
Jeffry Feeger, an inaugural participant of the Pacific Islands Society's Next Generation (NexGen) Artists Program joins young leaders in panel discussion commemorating Papua New Guinea's 40th Independance - September 21, 2015
This month, the Islands Society is pleased to announce Nicole Forrester as a "Local Female Leader" for her work promoting community well-being in the Pacific Islands through partnerships in education. - September 14, 2015
The Islands Society launches the first regional "Islands in the Classroom" program focusing on educators in the Pacific region. - September 01, 2015
The Islands Society launches global initiative aimed at empowering educators creating K-12 curricula developed by and for island communities. - August 29, 2015
Islands Society launches unique program dedicated to showcasing the value of outstanding women making a local impact in island communities to a global stage. - August 08, 2015