The initiative, known as the Work From Hawaii program, will set up six lucky members of the workforce with a free trip to one of a half-dozen different residencies in Kauai, Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Lanai, and the Big Island of Hawaii. Each one will be curated for a specific type of occupation, and come equipped with its own special living and working space. The residencies will also each feature a full itinerary of non-work activities meant to introduce them to the culture and cuisine of the particular region, and dedicated island ambassadors to show them around.
In terms of the specific residencies, examples include one deemed the "Corner Office," which ismeant for entrepreneurs and aspiring leaders and comes with a scenic workspace and suite at the Four Seasons Resort Lanai. Another more solitary program called the "Writing Desk" boasts both indoor and outdoor workspaces on Molokai. There's also one they're calling the "Design Loft," which is specifically tailored for graphic designers, stylists, and other creative types, who will get to hang with local artists and stay at the Surfjack Hotel in Honolulu. Each one has something exceptional to offer.