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9/11 Tribute & Reflection on Fallen Alum, Christine Snyder

Reposting a blog from 9/11/2013.  We will never forget. “Where were you on 9/11 when the Towers fell?” for our generation of folks stands right up there with other moments forever ...

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#HurricaneIselle: Honolulu CC Campus Closure Update

{FACULTY AND STAFF: HURRICANE UPDATE} Honolulu Community College will be closed for business on Friday, 8/8, and Saturday, 8/9, due to anticipated severe weather conditions and possible flooding caused by ...

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MELE Program Releases Second CD Compilation

Students produce Keiki O Ka ‘Aina Contact: Billie K T Lueder, (808) 845-9187 Communications & External Affairs, Chancellor’s Office (Honolulu) – Honolulu CC‘s Music & Entertainment Learning Experience (MELE) Program is proud ...

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Fall 2013: New Counseling Office Hours and Email Counseling Services

The Counseling Department at Honolulu Community College would like to announce our ...
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Forever Rose is a Big Hit

Once again, Honolulu Community College’s Forever Roses were a big Valentine’s Day ...
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A Student finds “home” after losing mother

By Noahlani Siaosi Ka La staff writer I can truly say that ...
Senator Suzanne Chun-Oakland and Team Hawai'i Robotics

Senator Suzanne Chun-Oakland and Team Hawai’i Robotics

We were happy to have Senator Suzanne Chun-Oakland visit our campus to ...
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The Worldwide Voyage Begins…

One of the highlights of my job is working with our many ...

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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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When the lights went out

Dear HonoluluCC ‘Ohana, On behalf of the campus administration, we want to thank everyone for their patience yesterday during the campus power outage. As reported to us from HECO, there was a downed power line that impacted several areas in our community. Our campus worked closely with HECO to resolve the issue as quickly as […]

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Project Imua payload successfully launched

Editors Note, August 17, 2016: NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility said in a statement following today’s launch, “Data was received from most of the student experiments. However, the payload was not recovered as planned. NASA will investigate the anomaly.” A Terrier Improved-Malemute suborbital sounding rocket carrying a payload developed by University of Hawaiʻi Community College students […]

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New Place Based Signage on Campus

Several years ago the college acquired funding from the Diversity and Equity Initiative of the University of Hawai‘i to do place name signage for the campus.  Under former Dean of University College, Ralph Kam, and Hawaiian Studies Instructor, Alapaki Luke, six place name signs were created with the help from Honolulu CC’s Design Center.   According […]

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Hawaiian Airlines partners with Honolulu CC to train future mechanics

Hawaiian Airlines has partnered with Honolulu Community College and the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers to launch a new apprenticeship program to train and recruit local candidates interested in pursuing a career as aviation mechanics. Hawaiian’s Aircraft Mechanic Apprenticeship Program, in partnership with Honolulu CC’s Aeronautics Maintenance Technology program, will provide valuable on-the-job […]

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Future Automotive Technicians Complete the Hawai’i High School Auto Academy

For 12 years, the Hawai‘i High School Summer Auto Academy at Honolulu Community College has been giving high school students interested in the automotive industry the unique opportunity to hit the road to college running. Through a generous grant from First Hawaiian Bank, the six-week program consists of an integrative curriculum in which students participate in […]

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Marine Welding Program Prepares Maritime Workforce

Honolulu Community College’s Office of Continuing Education, in partnership with HonCC’s Welding program, offered a Marine Welding Technology program specifically towards preparing participants from the Hawai’i Youth Challenge Academy for the maritime workforce.   The program started in January with eight cadets.  Three successfully completed on July 14.  The 138 hour course focused on areas such as blueprint reading, workmanship […]

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Engaging Aspiring Engineers through Summer Academy

Imagine you are trapped on Mars with only scant materials available to you to figure out a way home. Engineers face these kinds of seemingly impossible tasks on a daily basis. For 44 high school students, including two from American Samoa, this was a scenario they had to figure out during a 6-week course at […]

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Constructing the Next Generation Workforce

The construction industry is on the rise in Hawai‘i, and with the future workforce projection, Honolulu Community College is providing career exploration to 66 high school students representing 20 public, private and charter schools, including the Hawai’i Youth Challenge Academy.   On Friday, July 8 the students were recognized amongst their family and friends for successfully completing a six-week program […]

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Honolulu CC alumna Lori James

“Guess What?” is a common question used by many people to share news of happiness and mirth. But in the case of graphic designer Lori James, “Guess What?” is also the name of her design studio business in Nuʻuanu. James creates card designs for events such as birthdays, graduations and weddings. She was a student […]

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Honolulu CC alumnus Kurt Kendro

Recently retired Honolulu Police Major Kurt B. Kendro supervised 160 police officers in the far-flung Kapolei District, which stretches from ‘Ewa Beach to Ka‘ena Point and serves a population of 160,000 people. In addition to providing 24-hour-a-day law enforcement to those residents, Kendro was also responsible for a $16 million budget for his unit and two […]

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