Partner with other groups, particularly indigenous ones; organizing and sponsoring cultural events; creating libraries and cultural material resources; using print, audio, and video materials to record and transmit culture.
Training programs, including a yearly summer session, focusing on heritage, civic responsibility, and job readiness; identifying gifted and at-risk youth; providing mentoring.
Share, educate and raise awareness on the environmental issues both countries face through partnerships with other non-government organizations and agencies from the two governments—sponsor forums and events on this topic and developing educational materials.
Provide technical assistance to navigate accessing resources, maintaining cultural values while finding a place in the new society, encouraging immigrants to seek partnerships, and find ways to contribute to the new society (Achieving the American Dream).
Create programs to encourage youth to persist and succeed in acquiring formal education, educating local and national communities about Marshallese history and tradition.
Draw attention to health challenges; providing access to education and resources; developing strategies and lifeways for good health outcomes.
Work with other like-minded groups by making public the history of nuclear testing in the Marshall Islands and elsewhere, drawing conclusions about public policy choices.