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Live Aloha, Live United!

The University of Hawaiʻi’s 2014 Aloha United Way campaign for Oʻahu campuses was held from September 15 – October 17, 2014.  A variety of fundraisers and activities were coordinated by the campus this year that included a bake sale, bowling tournament, and ice cream social.   As a result of the dedicated efforts of faculty, staff and students, approximately $20,000 was raised during the campaign period. […]

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Honolulu CC’s Writing Center receives CRLA Certification

Honolulu Community College Writing Center is now certified as a master tutor trainer by the College Learning and Reading Association’s (CRLA) International Tutor Training Program! The College Reading and Learning Association’s International Tutor Training Program provides the CRLA certification.  What this means is that the Honolulu Community College Writing Center’s writing coach training meets standards established internationally.  […]

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Honolulu CC presents JUXTAPOSE

JUXTAPOSE represents exactly what the 10 graduating seniors want to say. They are very different in their design concepts, but they have come together “side by side” to show the world who they are.  A Central Park After Dark theme inspired the set design complete with a cityscape, bridge on the runway, park benches, park […]

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Honolulu CC Career Fair 2015

Get Ready…… for the SPRING CAREER FAIR Honolulu CC Career Services will be hosting a CAREER FAIR on Wednesday, April 15, from 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. in the cafeteria.  This will be a great chance for students to check out part-time and full-time  jobs, and learn about future opportunities.  This year will bring our largest […]

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4th Annual Ho‘olaule‘a at Ka Māla o Niuhelewai

It’s been four years since the start of Honolulu Community College’s Ka Māla o Niuhelewai (the garden of Niuhelewai) and the kalo (taro) is ready for harvest. Every April, the campus celebrates the māla with an annual campus Hoʻolauleʻa: Wednesday, April 15, 2015 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Ka Māla o Niuhelewai behind the Children’s Center “Ka Māla […]

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A program for high school students to earn college credits

Did you know that high school students can start college now, before getting their high school diploma?  It’s through the Early College High School Program (ECHS) and it’s being offered through all of the University of Hawaii Community Colleges as well as UH-Hilo and UH West Oahu. Here with information about the program, is Lara […]

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UH Community Colleges marketing team wins national award

The University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges (UHCC) systemwide marketing team has received national recognition for its work on the 50th Anniversary UHCC Day at the Capitol event by winning the prestigious Gold Paragon in the government and community relations category given by the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR), as well as being selected as […]

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Celebrating National Poetry Month

Eric Paul Shaffer, Assistant Professor in Language Arts, will be teaching a poetry workshop at the upcoming Ko‘olau Writers Workshop on Saturday, March 21, on the Hawai‘i Loa campus of Hawai‘i Pacific University at 10:00 am. Lois-Ann Yamanaka will be delivering the keynote address, and Honolulu CC Associate Professor in Language Arts and local author, […]

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Honolulu CC Automotive program welcomes back students from Sendai, Japan

For the fourth year in a row, Honolulu Community College welcomed back students from Kadan Automotive Technical College from Sendai, Japan.  Their visit consisted of a tour of Honolulu’s automotive and diesel programs. In addition to the tour, seven Kadan students stayed back to spend a day and a half learning along side Honolulu’s automotive students. […]

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High School Principals Get Up to Speed – Hawaii High School Auto Academy

High school principals from several DOE high schools and Kamehameha Schools attended a breakfast meeting with executives from First Hawaiian Bank, the Cutter Auto Group and staff from Honolulu CC to learn more about the Hawai’i High School Auto Academy.  The goal was to reengage high school leadership around this unique opportunity for high school Juniors and […]

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