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Calendar of Events

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  • 9April
    Online via Zoom

    Learn more about the career story of a male nurse and what it's really like to work in a female-dominated field.

     

    Daniel J. Fraser

    Registered Nurse, Emergency Department, The Queen's Medical Center

    Friday, April 9 

    10:00 am - 11:00 am HST

    Online via Zoom

     

    Flyer: bit.ly/3pcjrG6

    This event is free and open to the public. Register: go.hawaii.edu/JJu

     

    About our guest speaker:

    Daniel J. Fraser works in the emergency department as a registered nurse (RN) at Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu. Daniel began working as an emergency department nurse shortly after graduating from university eight years ago with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. He describes it as a challenging job, but it's enabled him to travel and work in various locations including his home, the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, and the Oregon coast. He loves the lifestyle here in Hawaii and is looking forward to discussing the benefits and challenges of this career path with you.

    Career Stories is a three event series where professionals share their story and what it takes to navigate an industry with one predominant gender. This series is hosted by the University of Hawai'i Community Colleges (UHCC) Job Center Online (JCO) Consortium

     

    Questions about this event? Contact uhccjco@hawaii.edu 


  • 12March
    Online via Zoom

    Learn more about the career story of the first female executive in the state’s largest construction association.

     

    Cheryl Walthall

    Executive Director, General Contractors Association of Hawai'i

    Friday, March 12

    10:00 am - 11:00 am HST

    Online via Zoom

     

    Flyer: bit.ly/366CbiR

    This event is free and open to the public. Register: go.hawaii.edu/JJu

     

    About our guest speaker:

    Cheryl Walthall is the executive director of the General Contractors Association of Hawai'i (GCA), the state’s largest construction association. The first female executive in the GCA’s 89-year history, Cheryl joined the GCA in 2019 and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the organization’s operations. Cheryl previously held roles with Pacific Resource Partnership (PRP), which represents the Hawai'i Regional Council of Carpenters and over 240 member contractors, for more than 12 years, serving as director of strategic partnerships for the last two years. During her tenure at PRP, Cheryl was responsible for identifying opportunities for new alliances and developing strategies to expand their member contractors’ market reach.

    A graduate of the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, Cheryl is active in several construction industry and community organizations. She serves as a member of the Child & Family Service (CFS) Real Property Board and is a past chair of the CFS Guild. Cheryl is one of the founding members of Hawai'i Construction Career Days, serving on the board of directors and as co-chair of the sponsorships committee. Cheryl is also a past president of the Society for Marketing Professional Services Hawai'i.

    Career Stories is a three event series where professionals share their story and what it takes to navigate an industry with one predominant gender. This series is hosted by the University of Hawai'i Community Colleges (UHCC) Job Center Online (JCO) Consortium

     

    Questions about this event? Contact uhccjco@hawaii.edu


  • 5February
    Online via Zoom

    Learn more about the career story of a female Silicon Valley pioneer.

     

    Mayrose Munar

    Google and Uber Alum

    Friday, February 5

    10:00 am - 11:00 am HST

    Online via Zoom

     

    Flyer: bit.ly/3qLgVHu

    This event is free and open to the public. Register: go.hawaii.edu/JJu

     

    About our guest speaker:

    Mayrose is a west Kaua'i native, and a Silicon Valley pioneer with over two decades of wisdom from scaling teams in hyper-growth environments at Uber, Google, and Inktomi. As a visionary and forward-thinking strategist Mayrose has led worldwide teams and leaders to successful outcomes. She currently serves as a Leadership Council Member for the Hawai'i Community Foundation and on the mainland, Mayrose is an Ambassador and Legacy Member for Peninsula Open Space Trust. 

    Recently, Mayrose founded Kaunalewa, an economic revitalization organization for her hometown, Kekaha, and continues to guide entrepreneurs and future leaders. Mayrose is a graduate of the Hawai'i at Mānoa and Stanford University Graduate School for Business.

    Career Stories is a three event series where professionals share their story and what it takes to navigate an industry with one predominant gender. This series is hosted by the University of Hawai'i Community Colleges (UHCC) Job Center Online (JCO) Consortium

    Questions about this event? Contact uhccjco@hawaii.edu


  • 29December
    Online

    Join “Application Tuesdays” and get help completing the Hawai’i Community College online application. The workshops are offered via Zoom and will take place from 10-11 a.m. on the following dates:

    • December 29, 2020

    Register from one of the workshops by going to this Zoom link:

    https://bit.ly/2HwXOjs

    Questions? Email Glenn-Dee Kuwaye at gkuwaye@hawaii.edu.

     


  • 22December
    Online

    Join “Application Tuesdays” and get help completing the Hawai’i Community College online application. The workshops are offered via Zoom and will take place from 10-11 a.m. on the following dates:

    • December 22, 2020
    • December 29, 2020

    Register from one of the workshops by going to this Zoom link:

    https://bit.ly/2HwXOjs

    Questions? Email Glenn-Dee Kuwaye at gkuwaye@hawaii.edu.

     


  • 15December
    Online

    Join “Application Tuesdays” and get help completing the Hawai’i Community College online application. The workshops are offered via Zoom and will take place from 10-11 a.m. on the following dates:

    • December 15, 2020
    • December 22, 2020
    • December 29, 2020

    Register from one of the workshops by going to this Zoom link:

    https://bit.ly/2HwXOjs

    Questions? Email Glenn-Dee Kuwaye at gkuwaye@hawaii.edu.

     


  • 8December
    Online

    Join “Application Tuesdays” and get help completing the Hawai’i Community College online application. The workshops are offered via Zoom and will take place from 10-11 a.m. on the following dates:

    • December 8, 2020
    • December 15, 2020
    • December 22, 2020
    • December 29, 2020

    Register from one of the workshops by going to this Zoom link:

    https://bit.ly/2HwXOjs

    Questions? Email Glenn-Dee Kuwaye at gkuwaye@hawaii.edu.

     


  • 3December

    Learn about the financial and scholarship resources at Hawai’i Community College’s Scholarship Live! event on Thursday, December 3 from 5-7 p.m.

    You can learn about the many scholarship resources and opportunities, how to create a winning personal statement, frequently asked questions about financial aid, and more.

    >>>Event Flier PDF

    Event participants who will attend Hawai'i CC in Spring or Fall 2021 will be entered to win a UH Hilo Bookstore gift card.

    Registration is required for this event. Register and participate by going to https://bit.ly/ScholarshipLive2020.

    Questions? Contact hawccinf@hawaii.edu or call 934-2800.


  • 1December
    Online

    Join “Application Tuesdays” and get help completing the Hawai’i Community College online application. The workshops are offered via Zoom and will take place from 10-11 a.m. on the following dates:

    • December 1, 2020
    • December 8, 2020
    • December 15, 2020
    • December 22, 2020
    • December 29, 2020

    Register from one of the workshops by going to this Zoom link:

    https://bit.ly/2HwXOjs

    Questions? Email Glenn-Dee Kuwaye at gkuwaye@hawaii.edu.

     


  • 27October
    Online

    Hawai'i Community College is pleased to announce "Getting Started at Hawai'i Community College" online workshops to help students enroll for the Spring and Fall 2021 semesters. 

    Connect with our staff, have your questions answered, and learn about applying, financial aid and academic programs.

    Register for the workshops here: https://forms.gle/yXW6g8W8S8wo2bT8A.

    The Zoom link is: https://hawaii.zoom.us/j/145245759 and the password is: grace


  • 20October
    Online

    Hawai'i Community College is pleased to announce "Getting Started at Hawai'i Community College" online workshops to help students enroll for the Spring and Fall 2021 semesters. 

    Connect with our staff, have your questions answered, and learn about applying, financial aid and academic programs. 

    Register for the workshops here: https://forms.gle/yXW6g8W8S8wo2bT8A.

    The Zoom link is: https://hawaii.zoom.us/j/145245759 and the password is: grace


  • 13October
    Online

    Hawai'i Community College is pleased to announce "Getting Started at Hawai'i Community College" online workshops to help students enroll for the Spring and Fall 2021 semesters. 

    Connect with our staff, have your questions answered, and learn about applying, financial aid and academic programs. 

    Register for the workshop: https://forms.gle/yXW6g8W8S8wo2bT8A

    The Zoom link is: https://hawaii.zoom.us/j/145245759 and the password is: grace


  • 6October
    Online

    Hawai'i Community College is pleased to announce "Getting Started at Hawai'i Community College" online workshops to help students enroll for the Spring and Fall 2021 semesters. 

    Connect with our staff, have your questions answered, and learn about applying, financial aid and academic programs. 

    Register for the workshop: https://forms.gle/yXW6g8W8S8wo2bT8A

    The Zoom link is: https://hawaii.zoom.us/j/145245759 and the password is: grace


  • 29September
    Online

    Hawai'i Community College is pleased to announce "Getting Started at Hawai'i Community College" online workshops to help students enroll for the Spring and Fall 2021 semesters. 

    Connect with our staff, have your questions answered, and learn about applying, financial aid and academic programs. 

    The Zoom link is: https://hawaii.zoom.us/j/145245759 and the password is: grace


  • 17September
    Online

    Open to all University of Hawai'i Community Colleges (UHCC) students, faculty, and staff.

    This virtual career fair is your opportunity to explore career opportunities and resources, build relationships with professionals, and find part-time and full-time jobs in a wide variety of industries that are hiring now. Featured industries include: Agriculture, Creative Arts, Engineering, Environmental, Healthcare, Finance, Public Service, Tech, and Transportation.

    Visit the UHCC Virtual Career Fair website to:

    • See list of all participating organizations

    • Access exclusive webinars and resources to help you prepare for the fair

    • Learn more about our Keynote Event: The Future of Hawai'i Jobs

    • Register using your hawaii.edu email to attend the fair by Tuesday, September 15

    If you have any questions about the virtual career fair, feel free to read our FAQs or contact uhccjco@hawaii.edu.   


  • 17September
    Online

    Join us as we hear from workforce development leaders from each Hawai'i county as they discuss the impact of the pandemic on their communities and valuable insights for educators and students to navigate the future of jobs in Hawai'i. Moderated by Keala Peters, Chamber of Commerce Hawai'i.

    Open to all University of Hawai'i Community Colleges (UHCC) students, faculty, and staff.

    This is the keynote event for the UHCC Virtual Career Fair.

    Visit the UHCC Virtual Job Fair website to:

    • Register for the keynote event, career fair resources events, and the career fair (must use your hawaii.edu email)

    • See list of participating organizations at the career fair

    If you have any questions about any career fair events, please contact uhccjco@hawaii.edu


  • 14September
    Online

    UHCC career and job prep advisors share their tips to navigate the virtual career fair. Moderated by a Leeward CC student.

    Open to all University of Hawai'i Community Colleges (UHCC) students, faculty, and staff.

    This webinar is part of a series of events for the UHCC Virtual Career Fair.

    Visit the UHCC Virtual Job Fair website to:

    • Register for the VCF Success Strategies webinar, other resources events, and the career fair (must use your hawaii.edu email)

    • See list of participating organizations at the career fair

    If you have any questions about any career fair events, please contact uhccjco@hawaii.edu


  • 14August
    Virtual

    Hawai'i Community College will welcome students back with a free virtual Student Success Conference. The conference will take place August 14, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. as we connect you back to campus by providing workshops to support your success in college.

    Register now at this link

    The workshop will feature Ryan McCormack, 2019-2020 Hawai'i Community College Lecturer of the Year. Hawai'i CC faculty and staff members will share information on:

    • Navigating Laulima
    • Mental Wellness
    • Organize your Class Schedule
    • Financial Aid 101
    • Hana No'eau




  • 26May

    NOTE: A $10.00 Late Registration fee will be charged for new Summer registration s on or after this day- even if Summer class starts later.



  • 15May

    For more information on Summer 2020 session, please visit our Admissions & Records Office.











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  • 20March

    Spring Recess (No Class)


  • 19March

    Spring Recess (No Class)


  • 18March

    Spring Recess (No Class)


  • 18March

    Spring Recess (No Class)


  • 17March

    Spring Recess (No Class)


  • 16March

    Spring Recess (No Class)


  • 6March

    "I" removal deadline: Student to Instructor


  • 6March

    Non-Instructional Day


  • 21February
    Pālamanui Campus – 73-4225 Ane Keohokalole Hwy, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740

    Are you a current Hawai'i Community College student who is considering transferring to a bachelor's degree program? Did you know after graduating from certain Hawai'i CC associate degree programs you can be automatically admitted to a UH four-year campus? Come learn more about your options for transferring to a UH four-year campus during our UH Transfer Day events.

    UH Transfer Day will be held on the following dates:

    • HILO: Thursday, February 20 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the Manono Campus Cafeteria. 
    • PALAMANUI: Friday, February 21 from 9:30am - 2 p.m. at the Hawai'i CC – Pālamanui Campus in Kona. 

    The events include: 

    • Opportunities to meet with representatives from specific academic programs from UH Manoa, UH Hilo and UH West O'ahu so you have the information you need. 
    • A fun selfie-station and activities.
    • Food and giveaways for student participants.

  • 20February
    Manono Campus Cafeteria

    Are you a current Hawai'i Community College student who is considering transferring to a bachelor's degree program? Did you know after graduating from certain Hawai'i CC associate degree programs you can be automatically admitted to a UH four-year campus? Come learn more about your options for transferring to a UH four-year campus during our UH Transfer Day events.

    UH Transfer Day will be held on the following dates:

    • HILO: Thursday, February 20 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the Manono Campus Cafeteria.
    • PALAMANUI: Friday, February 21 from 9:30am - 2 p.m. at the Hawai'i CC – Pālamanui Campus in Kona. 

    The events include: 

    • Opportunities to meet with representatives from specific academic programs from UH Manoa, UH Hilo and UH West O'ahu so you have the information you need. 
    • A fun selfie-station and activities.
    • Food and giveaways for student participants.

  • 5February

    Last Day to receive 50% Tuition Refund for withdrawal from semester-length class(es).


  • 5February

    Last Day to Withdraw from classes without a "W"


  • 5February

    Financial Aid enrollment status determination date. 


  • 22January
    Manono Campus: I Ola Hāloa Center for Hawaiʻi Life Styles (380-34)

    Come and meet our Hawaiian Studies peer mentors, faculty and staff. Learn about resources and opportunities available for you in our program. And yes, free pancakes!


  • 21January


    NOTE: Students who register and decide to not attend, must officially with draw by the 100% refund date. Failure to officially withdraw will result in a financial obligation to the UH System and may also result in a failing grade on the permanent academic record for the class(es) not attended.


  • 21January

    Last day to receive Fees Refund for withdrawal from all UH system class(es).


  • 20January

    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (No Class)


  • 17January

    Online Registration available until 11:59 p.m. on Friday (for semester-length classes)


  • 17January

    Presidents' Day (Holiday)


  • 16January

    Online Registration available until 11:59 p.m. on Friday (for semester-length classes).


  • 15January

    Online Registration available until 11:59 om on Friday (for semester-length classes)


  • 14January

    Online Registration available until 11:59 om on Friday (for semester-length classes)


  • 13January

    First Day of Instruction.

    Note: A $30.00 Late Registration fee will be charged for a new registration on or after the first day of instruction. Tuition Payment due by 4:00 pm on the day of registration.


  • 13January

    Online Registration available until 11:59 om on Friday (for semester-length classes)


  • 9November
    PB10-2, Mōkaulele Office of the Chancellor

    Come learn about Kīpaepae and the different protocol that occurs during the ceremony.


  • 2November
    UH-Hilo Campus, Kipuka Lanai

    The purpose of the workshops are to share this form of indigenous knowledge with the campuses and the wider community; to help preserve the tradition; and to promote indigenous health and wellness. Attendees of the workshops learn traditional Hawaiian chants, the mythology behind the chants, and the hei string figures that accompany them.

    This is an approved activity of the Mōkaulele Program, Office of the Chancellors University of Hawai‘i Hilo and Hawai‘i Community College. This is a collaborative project between the UH Hilo Office of the Chancellor Mokaulele Project, the Hawai‘i Community College Office of the Chancellor, Hawai‘i CommunityCollege Hawaiian Lifestyles Program, the UH Hilo Suicide Prevention Committee, UH Hilo Sociology Department, University of Hawai‘i at Hilo Student Association and Kīpuka Native Hawaiian Student Center in our endeavor to implement Hawai‘i Papa O Ke Ao, the system-wide plan for the University of Hawai‘i to become a model indigenous serving institution.


  • 1November
    PB3-103 (Hilo), Koali 102 (Kona)

    Call Counseling at 808-934-2720 to sign up.


  • 12October
    Upper Campus - UCB 100

    In commemoration of Filipino American History Month, the America in Crisis series and Global Hope welcome all to a FREE film screening. The Delano Manongs tells the story of farm labor organizer Larry Itliong and a group of Filipino farm workers who instigated one of the American farm labor movement's finest hours - The Delano Grape Strike of 1965 that brought about the creation of the United Farm Workers Union (UFW).  


  • 10October
    Manono Campus Papa A Hale

    The purpose of the workshops are to share this form of indigenous knowledge with the campuses and the wider community; to help preserve the tradition; and to promote indigenous health and wellness. Attendees of the workshops learn traditional Hawaiian chants, the mythology behind the chants, and the hei string figures that accompany them.


  • 5October
    PB10-2, Mōkaulele Office of the Chancellor

    Come learn about Kīpaepae and the different protocol that occurs during the ceremony.


  • 5October
    Hawaii CC Papa'ā Hale (380A)

    Learn what you need to fill out the FAFSA and how to maintain eligibility.

    Please contact the I Ola Hāloa Office at 808-934-2600 for questions.


  • 2October
    Hawaii CC Papaʻā Hale (380A)

    Come and join other students as we gather to simply practice our ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi.

    Please contact the I Ola Hāloa Office at 808-934-2600 for questions.