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Category Archive: Education

Kamilo Beach — “Plastic Beach”

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by Steven Chung Near the southernmost point of Hawai’i Island and the United States lies Kamilo Beach. Due to the unique currents that run by the beach, it used to be a popular… Continue reading

Hawaii Special at Bamboo Hale

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I had lunch with some friends at Hawaii Community College Culinary program’s Bamboo Hale. The menu on this day was the Hawaii Special. We started with a kalua pork nacho. The salad course… Continue reading

Women’s STARS Program now Accepting Applications! 

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Applications are now open for PISCES’ 2018 Women’s STARS (STEM Aerospace Research Scholars) Program! Students may apply online at http://www.pacificspacecenter.com/2018-stars-program/. STARS is a week-long summer STEM experience for Hawaii high school girls, ages 16 and up. Twelve… Continue reading

Summer Opportunities for High School Students

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Do you know any high school students who want an opportunity to participate in enrichment programs this summer?  https://edvance.hawaii.hawaii.edu/summer-programs/ Hawaii Community College EDvance program is offering a variety of youth programs. My son participated… Continue reading

Hilo Robotics Team Going to Kentucky–Donations Requested

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by Christian Wong, Mechaneers Coach The Mechaneers compete in the VEX IQ Robotics leagues. These six Hilo 4th and 5th graders from DeSilva and Waiakeawaena Elementary Schools are in their first year of… Continue reading

Bamboo Hale Gourmet Luncheon with JCCIH

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The Bamboo Hale restaurant is run by second-year culinary program students at Hawaii Community College (HawCC). Delicious gourmet dishes are created and served by students while the culinary instructors work very hard to… Continue reading

Learning How to Risotto at HawCC

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As an employee of Hawaii Community College, we are encouraged to sign up for professional development.  Sometimes the PD opportunities are serious and sometimes they are less serious.  I count the cooking workshops… Continue reading

Only Easy: Misty’s Kalo Bread Pudding

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by Misty I. The school that I work for is an innovator in education. For the next four years, I will have the privilege of being what they are calling a “Middle School… Continue reading

Peru on my Mind in Hilo

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One of my friends recently got an email encouraging her to sign up for a tour to Peru. A few of us have been seriously considering going this summer since it is a… Continue reading

A Love Fest in Hilo

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by guest blogger, Franny Brewer A Hydroflask covered with stickers is probably the ultimate Big Island accessory (I didn’t know this wasn’t a big thing everywhere until a trip to New Mexico, where… Continue reading