History of Hawaiʻi

History of

Aloha ʻĀina Party

5 Guiding Principles

Campaign

Donations

Qualified by Experience

Formal education includes

Central High School of Philadelphia - for mentally gifted students, and the only high school in America where one can achieve a bachelor degree directly from high school

Florida Metropolitan University: Accounting

University of Hawaiʻi: Hawaiian Studies

Informal education includes

St Josephʻs Gesu Preparatory Academy: STEM

Nativity BVM church: Catholic Church religious leadership

Junior Achievement Banking Programs: Investment training

Temple University: educational enrichment programs

La Salle University: educational enrichment programs

Community College of Philadelphia: non-credit education

Community College of Beaver County, PA: non-credit education

Dance Dimensions: Tap, Jazz, Modern, Ballet, Hula, Salsa, Gymnastics, Acrobats, Sports: teamwork

Voyage House, Inc: youth internship, social services, fundraising, human & civil rights

Philadelphia DA Office: legal obligation, processes, syntax

Philadelphia Opportunities Industrial Center: peer navigation, case management, general advocation

Azuma Developers: electrical, masonry, concrete, framing, construction, inspections

Impact Corporation Inc: job retention, building social service solutions, credit counseling, matching fund investment

Starbucks Coffee Company: world coffee & tea connoisseur

Sony: sound system & electronic engineering

Ericsson: introduction to cell phone technology and repair

Natural Healing: tribal/indigenous medicinal practices

Charlotte County Fire Department: public safety training

United Church of Christ: training in ministry

Kingʻs Cathedral: training in ministry

FAM Farm Cohort #5: farm training

CNHA Kū Hana Cohort #1: business training

Maui Family Farm Training Network

Certifications

Sony, Ericsson,

Paraprofessional Educational Assistant, 

Basic First Responder/CPR,  AED/CPR,

Credit Counseling, Food Safety, Child Safety

Ministry, Genealogy Certified

Certified in Domestic De-Escalation

HFUU/UHMC FAM Farm Cohort #5 Alumni

Kū Hāna Business Cohort #1 Alumni

MFFTN Agricultural Network #1 Alumni

Active Community Engagement

Aloha ʻĀina Party, Candidate for House District 9: Kahului

Duolingo Global Language Ambassador, ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi

Hui Aloha ʻĀina o ka Malu Ulu o Lele, Member

Hui Aloha ʻĀina o ka Lei Maile Aliʻi, Member

Maui Historical Society, Member & Periodic Researcher

Hale Hōʻikeʻike, Member & Seasonal Volunteer

Maui Nui Botanical Garden, Member & Event Volunteer

Aha Moku o Wailuku, Secretary

Iwi Committee, Secretary

Non-Affiliated Hawaiian Kingdom Reconstruction, Creator & Administrator

Kanaka Maoli Petition Directory, Creator & Administrator

Quarantine Educational Resources: Creator & Administrator

Kekahi Coalition, Creator & Administrator

ʻIolani Palace, Member

Waihona, Immersion Education Contributor

ʻĀina Aloha, Member

Kingʻs Cathedral, Member

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Member

National Honor Society, Member

Council on Native Hawaiian Advancement, Member

Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce, Member

Maui Native Hawaiian Club, Member

Mobile Restoration Unit, Coordinator

All Kaina Futures, Executive Director

Chilis on Wheels, Board Member

Biography of J Kahala Chrupalyk

Videos about J Kahala Chrupalyk on YouTube

Farm Certification

CPR/AED Certification

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Honor Society

Kanaka Freedom

Future Grindz

Petition Directory

Hui ʻŌlelo

Quarantine Education

Phi Theta Kappa

Campaign Store

Maui General Plan 2030

When weʻre not on the farm, we are out in the community helping others because thatʻs what life is truly about.

 

My Nana always told me that the greater joys come from giving, and as I grew up I have found great joy in sharing with others.


Friends of CJC