SHADE Institute is an IRS certified 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
About the Institute
SHADE Institute is Hawaii's first public interest design organization. Public interest design is a growing sector of non-profit and pro-bono practice in the planning architectural and engineering fields around the world.
The Institute's mission is to provide community-based planning and design through intern training and professional mentorship to underserved communities and other non-profit organizations
Joel Kurokawa, ASLA
Meril Dobrin Fujiki
Lei Naomi Sakamoto
Dean Sakamoto, FAIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Stephanie Chang, M.A.
Lorenda Lo, ASLA, LEED AP
Aki Marceau, AICP, LEED AP
Ichiro Sekimitsu, MBA
Elliott van Wies, MURP
Gary Yee, AIA, LEED AP
Douglas Imig, Ph.D.
Shanton Antolin, D.Arch, Associate AIA
MEET THE 2018 SUMMER FELLOWS
Connie Kwan Kevin Kim Kyler Carlson Lee Hao Rong Onam Bisht University of Cornell University Brown University National University Cornell University
San Francisco of Singapore
BA in Architecture M.R.P Candidate BA in Urban Studies B.Arch M.R.P Candidate
2017 SUMMER FELLOWS
Kate Fisher Rhett Han Zachary Small Vivian Zou Yale University Cornell University Cornell University Cornell University
M.Arch Candidate M.R.P Candidate M.R.P Candidate M.R.P Candidate
If you are interested, please submit the following to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Statement of Interest (1 page max)
- Resume listing your contacts, education, work experience, and 3 References (names/contacts)
- Work samples which you think relate to this project (5 max, PDF format, reduced file size)