This article showcases our top picks for the best Hawaii based Education companies. These startups and companies operate a variety of Education solutions. We tried to pick companies across the size spectrum from cutting edge startups to established brands. Regardless, they are all exceptional startups and companies well worth a follow.
We selected these startups for exceptional performance in one of these categories:
- Innovative ideas
- Innovative route to market
- Innovative product
- Exceptional growth
- Exceptional growth strategy
- Societal impact
What is EdTech?
Educational technology is the combined use of computer hardware, software, and educational theory and practice to facilitate learning. When referred to with its abbreviation, EdTech, it is often referring to the industry of companies that create educational technology. (Source)
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Top Hawaii Education Companies
Kupu is a Hawaii-based 501c3 non-profit youth corps that engages young adults (primarily 16-24 years old) in service around conservation and sustainability. Programs provide young adults with the ability to serve over 150 different partners across Hawaii and the Pacific while propelling participants into pathways towards higher education, careers in related fields, and towards bettering the world around them.
Kupu provides a home organization for the Hawai`i Youth Conservation Corps (HYCC), Community U, and Sustainability Initiatives Program and Environmental Education Leaders Program. Through its various programs, Kupu aims to provide experiential education, as well as job training, leadership, teamwork, and life skills development opportunities to help youth and young adults succeed in life and encourages them to serve their communities..
Pūlama Lāna‘i works to develop, advance, and nurture a sustainable community for the island of Lāna‘i. It is focused on locally grown agriculture, affordable energy, housing, education, healthcare and hospice care, cultural preservation, conservation, water resources, and economic growth of Lāna‘i.
Pūlama Lāna‘i was founded in 2013 and is based in Honolulu, Hawaii.. .
Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy
Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy is an organization that produces singing lessons on DVD, Downloadable digital media, as well as online skype lessons and in-person lessons. The methods are proven and highly effective at teaching professional-level singing skills.
These lessons are suitable for beginning students as well as professionals at the highest levels. At Ken Tamplin Vocal Academy, we have a plethora of actual singing demonstrations.
Not smoke and mirrors. Not showing “a scale” or “one line” in a song.
Check out our youtube channel where have close to 400 hundred videos where we take on the most difficult songs to sing in all of rock and pop history. https://www.youtube.com/user/kentamplin Feel free to join our 10,000 member pro singing forum for free.
eAgeTutor facilitates online tutoring programs that focus on improving spoken and written skills in English. Its courses include eAge English for Survival Program, eAge Spoken English Program, eAge Communication Program, eAge Bol India English Bol Program, eAge Business English Program, eAge IELTS Program, eAge TOEFL Program, and eAge Interview Crack Jack Program.
eAgeTutor facilitates placement tests for their students and suggests courses according to their skill levels. It also enables its students to connect with their tutors through virtual meeting places.
The company offers its online courses for a payment. eAgeTutor is a Hawaii-based company that was founded in April 2008..
Elemental Energy LLC, doing business as Sunetric. Founded in 2004 by Sean and Beth-Ann Mullen, Sunetric specializes in photovoltaic system design and installation, including the state’s largest photovoltaic systems at Kona Commons shopping center on the Big Island and Wilcox Memorial Hospital on Kauai.
Hawaii’s solar authority, Sunetric leads the way in solar energy education, installation, and investment in our future. For more information, visit Sunetric.com..
University of Hawaii Foundation
University of Hawaii Foundation is a private, institutionally related corporation designated as a 501(c)(3) organization by the Internal Revenue Service. It channels the funds from donors and grants into supporting the university, its students, and its faculty.
It is a legally separate entity from the University of Hawaiʻi, the UH Alumni Association, and all other UH affiliates. However, the UH Foundation works closely with these organizations, as well as with others in the community, exclusively for the benefit of the university.
The University of Hawaiʻi Foundation was established in 1955 to encourage private support for the University of Hawaiʻi. Today, it is the central fundraising organization for the UH System and is contracted by the Board of Regents to be the sole provider of fundraising and alumni services.
In addition to fundraising, the Foundation manages more than 6,000 gift accounts for the benefit of the university and its students.. .
Our focus at Deep Ecology is to provide dive tours and training with a commitment to safety and customer service. Oahu has a great variety of dive sites from beginner to advanced.
Our staff will prepare you to explore the sites in a fashion that emphasizes optimum diver safety.. .
Manicode Security is the lack of secure software development practices. This highly intensive and interactive course provides essential application security training for web application, webservice and mobile software developers and architects.
Jim’s classes are a combination of lecture, security testing demonstration and code review.. .
Imi Pono Foundation – Windward Missions
Imi Pono Foundation is organized exclusively for charitable, literary, or educational purposes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code of 1986, including the purpose to help people in need obtain education, housing and support, all of which shall be accomplished exclusively within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code. Expanding transitional housing for clean and sober group living is Imi Pono Foundations priority.
Reducing homelessness and where we are going to be most effective in doing this is through our transitional housing program. Imi Pono Foundation is seeking funding to acquire rental properties to provide temporary housing and supportive services to live independently and transition into long-term, permanent housing..
Social Media Club Hawaii
Hawaii Chapter of the Social Media Club, an international, educational nonprofit organization (501c6) based in San Francisco that was initially formed in 2006 by Chris Heuer and Kristie Wells. It currently has over 120 chapters worldwide and is growing rapidly.
Normally chapters are city-based, however we manage a statewide chapter for all of us throughout the Hawaiian Islands.. .
Hawai’i Student Entrepreneurs
Hawai’i Student Entrepreneurs (HSE) started accepting our first members in the Fall 2012 semester. Within the first year, HSE has had 13 student businesses part of the club, with 2 of those businesses launching the in that year.
One, an online ecommerce store (Pacific Roots Apparel) and the other, a brick-and-mortar vietnamese restaurant in the Ward area (Ngon Vietnamese Restaurant). Check out the other student businesses here.
In the short year, HSE has grown to be one of the top collegiate entrepreneurs club in the state of Hawai’i. We’ve been privileged to gain tremendous support from the community.
Last year, we had the opportunity to have our meetings at The Box Jelly Co-working Space, thanks to Rechung Fujihira (CEO) and Tony Stanford, Co-founders of The Box Jelly. We’ve participated in the last three Startup Weekend Honolulu events and sponsored the last two.
Our members have been part of the 2nd and 3rd place teams. We’ve also participated in Entrepreneurs’ Day at the State Capitol to show our support for entrepreneurship in Hawai’i..
Hawaii Tech Exchange
Hawaii Tech Exchange, HITX, is a community space created to bring together talented individuals and innovative businesses in the Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) community. They operate a membership directory for Students, Individuals, Organizations and Companies in STEAM and related fields.
You can join HITX here. They provide Workshops, Training, and Mentoring to individuals interested in honing their skills or launching a STEAM oriented business.
You can see a list of upcoming HITX events here. They also provide a community meeting venue in downtown Hilo informally known as “The Exchange“.
The Exchange hosts a variety of related interest groups including: a Writer’s Group, Game Developer Group, App Developer Group and more.. .
This article was written by James Jackson from Boove. The editor for this article was Tess Page. If your company is featured in this article and you want to have amendments made please contact us on: [email protected].
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