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Our Mission

The Voices of Pacific Island Nations (VOPIN) is committed to inspiring Pasefika (Pacific Islander) students and families by providing high-quality, culturally responsive services and resources to eliminate educational and opportunity inequities. We serve as a bridge to develop stronger relationships between students, families, schools, and the community.

The Impact of Youth Voice:

  • Students and Families Served
    Students and Families Served


  • Program Departments
    Program Departments



Youth Artists: Are you ready to grow your arts leadership skills?

Educators: Do you know a creative young person, ready to grow as a leader?

Apply or nominate someone to become part of the 2024-2025 Washington Youth Arts Leadership Cohort.

Nomination/Application Deadline: July 11, 2024, at 5:00 p.m.

Spring is in full swing, and Voices of Pacific Island Nations (VOPIN) is thrilled about the upcoming events and initiatives for education, culture, and community. We invite you to join us and mark your calendars for these events. Let's work together to make the most of this season of warmth and renewal!

Bremerton High School student Mia Sianquita is a vibrant 16-year-old junior with a zest for life that is as infectious as it is inspiring. As someone who loves "hanging out with [her] friends, traveling, and playing volleyball,” Mia embodies the spirit of youthful exploration and friendship. Her involvement with the Voices of Pacific Island Nations (VOPIN) program at Bremerton High School showcases her commitment to community and her personal growth within a supportive educational environment.