C3T Hawaii

New Hybrid/Electric courses for automotive technicians

(Honolulu) – Honolulu Community College is the first in the state to offer non-credit courses in Hybrid and Electric vehicle automotive maintenance. Whether someone is a technician, a sales person, or just a car enthusiast, Honolulu CC is offering the... Continue Reading →

Students say iCAN to college and career readiness

Honolulu Community College will graduate its first iCAN class of 10 students on May 7, 2015. They will be awarded National Career Readiness Certificates (NCRC). Honolulu Community College iCAN Graduation May 7, 2015 Student presentations begin at 9.00am and the... Continue Reading →

Steve Auerbach named new Director of PCATT

(Honolulu) - Steve Auerbach was recently named the new Director of the Pacific Center for Advanced Technology Training and Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning (PCATT), at Honolulu Community College.  PCATT is a consortium of the University of Hawai‘i Community Colleges... Continue Reading →

{Ohana Love} Kristi Anne Teruya

Honolulu Community College would like to introduce Kristi Anne Teruya, our new casual hire employee assigned to work with our C3T participants involved in the iCAN program. She will interface directly with our developmental education faculty, the iCAN learning lab,... Continue Reading →

{Ohana Love} Welcome Jarret Yip

Please welcome Jarret Yip, who became a part of our campus ohana on September 24, 2013.  Mr. Yip has been hired as an Academic Support (Educational Specialist) to provide support for the C3T program in the Chancellor's Office.  Mr. Yip... Continue Reading →

Honolulu CC’s Leader Named Omidyar Fellow

This fall, Chancellor Erika L. Lacro, 41, will join a diverse group as one of 15 talented local leaders as the second cohort of Omidyar Fellows. “It is an extreme honor to be selected as a Fellow. The opportunity will allow me... Continue Reading →

Automotive instructors volt up at Honolulu Community College

With the growth of hybrid and electric vehicle sales across the nation, the emerging need for skilled automotive technicians is on the rise.  Addressing this gap, automotive instructors from Honolulu Community College, Kaua'i Community College and Leeward Community College participated... Continue Reading →

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