A public screening of the documentary Most Likely to Succeed was held on Wednesday, February 22 at the UH Mānoa Art Auditorium. “Most Likely to Succeed” is a documentary on education and the first national campaign to inspire – and empower – communities across the country to revolutionize their schools for the 21st Century. Over 200 people attended, and there was an inspiring panel discussion following the film featuring local education leaders and Executive Producer of the film Ted Dintersmith. This screening was hosted by the UH Office of Sustainability and many other departments at UH Mānoa. Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation donated Plastic Free Hawaiʻi bamboo sporks to all attendees.