Will you support PAAC in developing Hawaiʻi's next generation of global citizens?
Your support enables PAAC to promote international understanding, engage our community locally in global issues, connect people across borders, and inspire young leaders to be global citizens. Your partnership will help Hawaiʻi's future by developing youth who understand the complexities of our interconnected world and are prepared to take action on global issues.
Become a Member
As a PAAC member, you are making a difference in the lives of youth who will shape our future and providing education that increases awareness of global issues, and develops leadership, empathy, and critical thinking skills. Download a PAAC Membership Form for more details.
- Discounted entry to PAAC forums & Annual Dinner, A Global Affair
- Brookings Institute- 20% off any full-price book
- The Economist- $12 for 12 week introductory offer, then 10% discount on annual subscription
- Foreign Affairs - $28 per year for digital and print editions (30% off regular subscription)
- Foreign Policy - $71.99 per year of $5.99 per month (40% off regular subscription)
- Harper’s Magazine - $10.50 per year, 12 issues (38% off current subscription rate)
- The New Yorker - $47 per year, 47 issues, 80% off newsstand price
- The World Policy Journal- 20% off annual subscription.
- PRISM- National Defense University's quarterly journal- Complementary Access
Intern or Volunteer
PAAC offers non-paid internships to individuals who would like to gain work experience at an international education non-profit dedicated to educating, inspiring and engaging the community in international affairs and the critical global issues of our time. PAAC also needs event-volunteers to assist with our high school summits and fundraiser events. Learn more about PAAC's internship and volunteer opportunities here.
Host an International Visitor
PAAC always welcomes home hospitality and professional resource opportunities for our International Visitor Leadership Program. If you are interested in hosting or meeting with visitors, or for more information about the program, please call 808-944-7783.