‘Ōlelo Community Media welcomes skilled and committed volunteers and interested interns to support our mission: To strengthen our island voices and advance community engagement through innovative media, and realize our vision whereby: ‘Ōlelo is a catalyst for positive change in the community, where every voice matters.

Volunteers who embrace and exhibit our core values—Teamwork, Integrity, and Aloha—are central to our operations and essential to empowering the voices of our diverse communities.

Volunteers benefit from their service to ‘Ōlelo Community Media.  Here is a list of several benefits:

  • Acquire new skills and tools.
  • Gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for Community (PEG) Access resources, services, and programs.
  • Exposure to diverse clients, non-profit organizations, community based organizations, government agencies, educators, youth, and industry partners and experts.

Be part of our ohana, as a volunteer
Volunteers may assist with back office support, Media Center operations, studio and field productions, and special events. Certain opportunities require skilled individuals. However, most are made available to individuals who are at least 15 years of age, with parent consent and supervision, and enjoy learning and growing. Please see the steps below if you are interested in becoming part of our ‘Ōlelo Community Media ohana!

Step 1: View our volunteer opportunities below.
Step 2: Follow the links for full opportunity description.
Step 3: Apply via the link if you are interested in the opportunity.


Volunteer Opportunities

There are currently no volunteer opportunities.  Please check back at a later date.  Mahalo!

Please contact the Volunteer Program Manager if you need further assistance.

EMAIL: volunteer@olelo.org
PHONE: 808-237-2129
CELL: 808-445-5699
FAX: 808-836-2546
MAIL:  ‘Ōlelo Community Media
Attn.: Volunteer Program Manager
1122 Māpunapuna Street
Honolulu, HI 96819


Camryn Tabiolo, a graduate of Moanalua High School and a current film student of Columbia College Chicago, shares her experiences as an volunteer at Ōlelo.