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Chancellor Cabral Awarded

left to right: Summer Miles, Chris Pokipala, Della Teraoka, Helen Baligad, Chancellor Cabral, Patti Kimokeo, Aulii Silva, Lily Grace and Mark Lane

On March 29, our Chancellor, Manny Cabral, was honored as Native Hawaiian Educator of the Year 2017 at the Native Hawaiian Education Association's 18th annual convention held at Windward Community College.

Career, College and Job Fair 2017

Students get information at employer tables

On Wednesday, April 5, 2017, nearly 100 employers and college reps are participating in the annual Career, College and Job Fair, hosted by the Job Prep Services.
The event is scheduled from 9:00am – 12:30pm in the Lion Courtyard. The Fair provides Leeward CC students access to employment opportunities from local businesses.

Fair Participants include:

Geek Day 2017

power on symbol used as Geek Day logo

Free workshops on technology and today’s digital lifestyle are being offered at the eighth annual Geek Day at Leeward Community College on Saturday, February 25, 10am–2 p.m. The college offers free hands-on workshops and demonstrations on a variety of digital, mobile and technology topics, from digital photography to a variety of free online tools and services that can make life easier! A highlight of the day is a session on “fake news,” a nonpartisan, fact-filled session on how to identify fake news and become a keen evaluator of information.

Nominations Sought

BOR Medal of Excellence

Nominations are now being accepted for the UH Board of Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching and the Leeward Outstanding Lecturer Award. Faculty, staff and students can submit a nomination by completing a Nomination Form, along with a narrative on how the nominee meets the criteria for the awards.

HŌʻIKEĀKEA

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Leeward's Hawaiian Studies program presents its first Student Art Showcase, Hōʻikeākea. The exhibit will have an Opening Presentation on Friday, February 16, from 10:30-11:00am in Kapunawai, the Hawaiian and Pacific Resource Center in the Learning Commons.

Hōʻikeākea means "to reveal openly and clearly." Students from multiple sections of our introduction to Hawaiian Studies course (HWST 107) reveal their thoughts about Hawaiʻi, nature, current issues, and other subjects using various media.

Internship Fair

Ever wonder how you can create an impressive resume when you're applying for your first job? What can you include on your resume that might impress an employer?

Consider the benefits of an internship. Internships can be a great way to try out a career field, learning on the job and seeing if it's the right fit for you. What you learn and the on-the-job responsibilities are perfect for creating an impressive resume. Internships provide hands-on experience and networking opportunities while letting you see what the "world of work" really looks and feels like!

Bookstore Sale for Faculty and Staff

iPads and Mac laptops with Christmas ornaments

UH Bookstore announces a one-day faculty and staff event on December 7. The Bookstore is offering a tax-free savings sale on Apple products for UH faculty and staff. An Apple Tech Service discount will also be offered with the purchase of a Mac or iPad. Faculty and staff can save significantly on this day! Though we only have new Macs and iPads in-store at our flagship Manoa bookstore for “test-driving,” UH System-wide faculty and staff may order Apple products at the discounted price online at http://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/manoa.

Retirees and Service Awards 2016

Leeward CC logo

December 9 marks the annual End of the Semester Celebration where we recognize recent retirees and acknowledge service awards. Below is the list of honorees. Not everyone has RSVP'd. If you'd like to bring a lei for someone, please check with them to see if they plan to attend!

Retirement:

  • Connie Laoan
  • Juliet Lee
  • Alan Leitner
  • Ernie Libarios
  • Aileen Lum-Akana
  • Harriet Miyasaki
  • Fern Oshiro
  • Ray Tanimoto
  • Keith Tyau

50 Years of Service:

Military Friendly Recognition for Leeward

Two students in military uniforms on campus

For the sixth year in a row, Leeward Community College has earned the 2017 Military Friendly® School designation by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs®, STEM JobsSM , and Military Spouse. The Military Friendly® Schools designation is awarded to the top colleges in the country that are doing the most to embrace the military student population by dedicating resources to ensure the students’ success both in the classroom and after graduation.

Student Survey

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Would you like to win an Apple iPad Mini or a $150 Amazon gift certificate? The UH community colleges invite you to participate in a survey about how you use media and spend your time. Your participation in the survey will help the college with its future marketing and communication plans.

Nationally recognized Interact Communications is conducting the survey nationwide. The survey deals only with community college students. All responses are confidential. Your name will not be connected with your answers and the college will not know if you participated in the survey.

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