As we head into the holiday season, I want to say mahalo for all the community support for Hawai‘i Community College, not only for the past year, but for the past 80 years.
International Education Week is November 16-19 and features games, trivia, presentations, hosts from around the community, food demonstrations, and fun cultural presentations to help celebrate different cultures.
For pre-recorded videos and links to live zoom events, go to https://hawaii.hawaii.edu/iew2020.
The events this year have been organized by students in the HOST 261: Meeting, Convention and Event Management class.
Hawai‘i Community College - Pālamanui is pleased to announce a series of online workshops that will be delivered via Zoom in October and November for people interested in learning more about what the Kona campus offers and how to enroll for the Spring 2021 semester.
The “Discover Pālamanui” workshops kick off Tuesday, October 13, 12-1 pm with an information session about the online and hybrid degree programs delivered through the University Center, West Hawai‘i, which is based at the campus.
This column appears in the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Hawaii August 2020 Newsletter.
Hawai‘i Community College is preparing for a safe, successful return to campus and has released its interim Phased Reopening Plan, which reflects the phases in the state of Hawai‘i’s Roadmap to Recovery and Resilience. You can find information about our reopening at the COVID-19 landing page.
Graduates of the Hawai‘i Community College - Pālamanui campus in Kona celebrated their achievements with a drive-through graduation ceremony on Saturday, August 1.
Note: This column appeared in the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Hawaii Newsletter.
As the health crisis created by COVID-19 begins to slowly taper and our economy begins to re-open, it’s imperative that as a community we are prepared to help boost the recovery and create a more resilient economy that can better withstand future crises.
This column by Chancellor Rachel Solemsaas was published in the April 2020 edition of the JCCIH's Oshirase.
It’s amazing how our world has been turned upside down in the last several weeks as COVID-19 has thrown our local and global communities for a loop.
Hawai'i Community College will host a series of free computer science workshops designed for girls in grades 6 through 12. The workshops are being led by Carrie Butler, an instructor in Hawai'i CC's Information Technology program, and are affiliated with the national nonprofit organization "Girls Who Code."
Members of the Hawai‘i Community College Kauhale celebrated new building signage at the Hawai‘i CC – Pālamanui campus during an event on November 15.