Honolulu, HI 96818 We are located in the Navy Aloha Center next to the NEX Pearl Harbor Commissary.
Hours of Operation
About this Location
USO Hawaii also provides outreach to all other military bases on island to include Coast Guard Stations Barber’s Point and Sand Island, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, and Ft Shafter. With the help of over 300 volunteers and 16 staff, we support over 200,000 service members and families on Hawaii.
For program outreach support, contact Cheryl Rogers, email@example.com.
To become a volunteer and join our Force Behind the Forces team, visit https://volunteers.uso.org
Amenities at this Location
- Administrative Office
Programs at this Location
Bob Hope Legacy Reading Program
In the spirit of Bob Hope and his dedication for bringing military families together, the program is largely driven by virtual, on-demand s…
We’ve thought of everyone when it comes to entertainment. Check out USO Events lineup for afternoon kids movies, NFL Sunday ticket, comedy …
Operation Birthday Cake
Birthdays aren’t supposed to be stressful, but when you’re separated by the world’s largest ocean and a dozen time zones, nothing is easy.
Whether you’re home or away for the holidays, the USO is there to support. At our airport centers, Honolulu and JBPHH, you’ll find food, fr…
Sending Aloha Home
“Aloha” in Hawaiian can be used as a greeting, farewell, or to describe love. USO Hawaii provides service members with free post cards to s…
The USO and What to Expect partner to host baby showers for military moms-to-be around the globe. Heidi Murkoff, the best-selling author of…
The USO Pathfinder LinkedIn lecture helped me realize that there was much more to the platform than showcasing degrees, talent, and experience. Learning how to build connections with professionals in the industry I was pursuing help me land my dream job. My profile went from 1-2 views a week to over 40…by recruiters and talent managers! The additional exposure, adding in relevant skills from job postings, and utilizing LinkedIn Premium features gave my profile the extra boost it needed and and advantage over other candidates who applied for the same job. Luckily for me, I had already connected to the hiring manager who reviewed my application on LinkedIn. It was something as simple as chatting about the best way for her to reach more transitioning service members that made my name stand out in the stack of applications. Within a week of using the tactics Michael taught our group, I had a job offer for a high-paying job in Washington, D.C. This class offers a competitive edge that the mandatory transition classes just don’t have.-Krysten Steinecke-Caraballo Find out how to support USO
USO Hawaii Spreads Holiday Cheer!
As our service members and military families work tirelessly and make daily sacrifices, even the smallest reminder of home can have a huge …
The Home Depot Foundation Helps Upgrade USO Hawaii Lounge for Service Members and Families
The Home Depot Foundation partnered with USO Hawaii to add a touch of home to the new USO Honolulu Military Entrance Processing Station (ME…
Chef Robert Irvine visits Service Members during Meet & Greet
USO Hawaii welcomed celebrity chef and TV host Robert Irvine to USO Schofield Barracks for a meet and greet. Over 100 service members and t…