Never Forget December 7

"This is not a drill!" The storm of iron and explosives that broke over Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 was one of the finest applications of air power in all of World War II.  For several hours on that... Continue Reading →

Celebrating our students and thanking our donors

Honolulu CC students and the generous donors who are supporting their aspirations through scholarships, student support and program enrichment, enjoyed an evening together in the Norman W.H. Loui Conference Center on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 . Guests were moved by... Continue Reading →

Kia Ora Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic

On October 13, 2016 our Maori friends from Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic visited Honolulu Community College as a part of a week long University of Hawai'i Community College System tour led by Wo Learning Global Champions from each campus.... Continue Reading →

Honolulu CC alumnus Tristan Aldeguer

When many of us see construction sites and building structures, we think of impressive architects and hardworking laborers who make those buildings possible. But when Tristan Aldeguer, a 2010 Honolulu Community College graduate, sees those same buildings, his mind goes to... Continue Reading →

Honolulu CC receives bronze honors for marketing and communications

Honolulu Community College’s communications and external affairs office recently received two bronze awards in the TV Ad/PSA category for their 30 second We Are Honolulu commercial, and bronze for the college’s 2014–2015 Annual Report at the National Council of Marketing... Continue Reading →

Two Honolulu CC Language Art Professors have new published books out 

 Through publisher Grayson Books, Eric Paul Shaffer has recently released a collection of poems in a book entitled, A Million Dollar Bill.  He has a few scheduled readings around town.  Check him out! Saturday, October 29, at 2:00 p.m., in... Continue Reading →

Giving Back to the Campus

A few weeks ago English Instructor Conred 'Red' Maddox had his students work in the campus's dry land māla, Ka Māla 'o Niuhelewai, as a part of a service learning assignment. After the experience his students composed an essay outlining the... Continue Reading →

October 24-29 is Apprenticeship Week in Hawai’i

Apprenticeship has a long, and deep-rooted history in Hawaiʻi. The apprenticeship law was enacted during a special session of the Territorial legislature in 1941 and celebrates its 75 anniversary this year. The Hawaiʻi State Apprenticeship Council, under the direction of... Continue Reading →

New Social Media Offerings Coming Soon

Through a generous donation from the Fujio Matsuda Technology Center, and in collaboration with the Emeritus College, HonCC’s Communications & External Affairs Office continues to offer our students, faculty, staff and community partners FREE opportunities to learn how to use... Continue Reading →

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