The ʻĀina Internship is a partnership with Kamehameha Schools. As part of the program, Huliauapaʻa is designing and piloting an integrated resource management mentorship pipeline, to develop the next generation of integrated resource management leaders. The program includes two participant interns through Huliauapaʻa’s AmeriCorps program. The two participant interns will be working in the Puʻuloa area, specifically in Waiawa Kai and Mokauea. The interns main focus is building capacity of ʻāina stewarding organizations working in Waiawa Kai and Mokauea. In addition to these capacity building activities, the participant interns are assisting two part-time student interns from the University of Hawaiʻi at West Oʻahu in developing virtual engagement resources (videos, webpages, story maps, etc.) for K12 education. The team is currently producing a four virtual engagement resources, which will be made available to teachers, K12 learners, community members, and families within the ʻEwa moku.