Free Trip To Hawaii With Movers & Shakas
Free Trip To Hawaii With Movers & ShakasCourtesy of KAATSU Global, Huntington Beach, California.
Are you at least 18 years old? Are you a remote worker in this new Covid economy? Do you want to live and work in Hawaii while contributing to the state’s economy?
If so, the State of Hawaii‘s new temporary residency program (Movers & Shakas) is accepting its first group of applicants until December 15th.
“Movers and Shakas is a small step towards economic recovery and diversifying our economy,” said founder Jason Higa. “The pandemic has normalized remote work for the foreseeable future, so we believe this situation presents an opportunity for local residents to return home, and for out of state professionals to experience Hawaii, not as tourists, but as contributing members of our community. Movers & Shakas is an initiative to recruit and nurture talented professionals to help build a resilient economy. We aim to re-build resilience into our local community by following the principles of the host culture of Hawaii.
Whether you’re a returning local or a new to Hawaii, you’ll join a network of remote workers who work alongside local education non-profits to help give back to the community, as part of the community. To help you help us, we’ve put together a package of travel and lodging benefits to ease your transition to Hawaii.“
Fifty people will be chosen for the first cohort. Later applicants will be accepted on a rolling basis.
For more information, visit www.moversandshakas.org.
Note: Shaka is a hand gesture commonly used in Hawaii in which the thumb and little finger are extended while curling the three middle fingers in a semi-fist. It is used to express positive meanings including “all right”, “hello”, “good luck”, “goodbye”, etc.
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