Just in time for father's day, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser is featuring a story on a father-son duo who both graduated from Hawai'i Community College's Culinary Arts program and who are finding success in Las Vegas.
Roy Ellamar has his name on Harvest by Roy Ellamar, a restaurant at the Bellagio Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. Tayden Ellamar is master cook at Joel Robuchon, the only restaurant in Las Vegas with three Michelin stars, according to the article.
The Electronics Technology program offers skills that can help students succeed in high-tech careers. Learn more about the program by watching this new video, which was created by Paul Caitano, a student in Hawai'i CC's Digital Media Arts program. You can also find the video and more information about the program at the Electronics Technology webpage.
The Hawai‘i Community College Dean’s List requires students to have completed 12 or more credits for a letter grade, achieving a grade point average of at least 3.5 (B+) for the semester. The following 322 students have attained this distinction:
Fallon Abdul, Tyler Aburamen, Hannah Mae Adona, Joshua-Nazareth Agno, Kolan Aguiar, Jayce Ah Heong, Tyson Ah Puck, Charles Akao, Wendy Akau, Shances Akima, Caitlin Akiona, Trina Alapai, Alicia Alcain, Kaniela Anakalea-Buckley, Quenten Anastacio, Haley Ancheta, Raymond Andrada, Daniel Andrade, and Ke'ale Andrews.
Hawai‘i Community College will host Express Admissions Day on Saturday, June 18 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Manono campus in Hilo and the Pālamanui campus in Kona.
Express Admissions Day is the fast and easy way to apply for the Fall 2016 semester. Prospective students can complete an application; receive their MyUH Student Number; learn about financial aid; schedule the next steps in the enrollment process, such as academic advising, orientation and placement testing; and have their questions answered by Hawai‘i CC representatives.
Twenty-five Hawai'i Community College students, plus faculty members Carrie Mospens (English as a Second Language) and Pamela Scheffler (Natural Science), arrived in Dublin on Monday, May 16 to learn about Irish culture and ecology.
Hundreds of students participated in commencement ceremonies in Hilo and Pālamanui on May 13 and May 14, 2016. See the photo albums below for highlights, and congratulations to all the graduates!
PHOTO GALLERY 1>>> Pālamanui
During a dedication ceremony in Hilo, a Native Hawaiian family received the keys to a new home that was custom built from the ground up by Hawai‘i Community College students during the past academic year.
The college, the family, and community partners dedicated the home in the Keaukaha area of Hilo on Thursday, May 12.
Hawai‘i Community College will celebrate the hard work and success of hundreds of graduates during the commencement ceremonies that will take place in Hilo on Friday, May 13 and in Kona on Saturday, May 14.
The East Hawai‘i commencement ceremonies will be held at the Edith Kanaka’ole Multi-Purpose Stadium in Hilo from 7-9 p.m. Doors open to the public at 6 p.m.
The West Hawai‘i commencement ceremonies will be held at the Hawai‘i CC – Pālamanui campus in North Kona at 4 p.m. with the seating of guests starting at 3 p.m. There will be a reception with cake and punch to follow.
Barbara and Bob Arthurs, longtime supporters of Hawai‘i Community College and the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, recently established two new endowed scholarships. The scholarships were provided by Bob Arthurs in honor of the legacy that Barbara Arthurs provided during her career at both Hawai‘i CC and UH Hilo.
One scholarship endowment was established at Hawai‘i CC and one at UH Hilo through the University of Hawai‘i Foundation. The UH Hilo scholarship is specifically for students who have transferred from Hawai‘i CC.