Native Hawaiian Career & Technical Education Program"

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Photo Albums

All Po‘i Nā Nalu photos are viewable on Phanfare. The links below will direct you to the album page.

Hālau ‘Ike

Hālau ‘Ike is the main hub of activity at the Native Hawaiian Center. It provides numerous functions for Native Hawaiian as well as all other students at Honolulu Community which include:

·A fun hangout to just relax, eat and socialize.

·A place to study or receive tutoring from one of our peer mentors.

·A meeting spot for clubs.

·A venue for special events such as the ‘Imi Na‘auao lecture series, cultural workshops, career workshops, guest speakers or pa‘ina.

During the Fall semester of 2008, the Native Hawaiian Center invited Clark Little to be the artist in residence of Hālau ‘Ike. He was able to display his beautiful and quite unique photography all around the hālau, creating a wonderful environment for all.

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Hui ‘Ōiwi

Hui ‘Ōiwi is the Hawaiian Club of Honolulu Community College. Each semester is full of new opportunities and excitement as the students plan various activities. Some of which included providing cultural services and learning on outer islands such as Moloka‘i, Kaho‘olawe, and Hawai‘i.

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Kau Wela (Summer) Classes

Kau Wela is a collaborative partnership with Po‘i Nā Nalu and various academic units on campus. They are courses that are offered to Poʻi Nā Nalu students and focus in retention strategies. The courses that we have offered are:

·English 60 (Technical English)

·Math 50 (Technical Math)

·Cooperative Education

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Makawalu - Strategies in Educational Advancement

Makawalu was created to help career and technical education students smooth out the transfer process from Honolulu Community College to a four-year university. Participants attend a two-day, overnight transfer conference at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa and explore program options and student support programs from UH Mānoa, UH West Ō‘ahu, UH Hilo and Chaminade.

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Mālama ‘Āina Days

Mālama ‘Āina Days are offered three times a semester to all students, friends, and families. They provide students with cultural enrichment and learning with a hands-on experience of helping and giving service to others. Po‘i Nā Nalu has gone to many different places on Ō‘ahu which include: Hālawa Valley, Waimea Falls, Hakipu‘u Lo‘i, the Marimed Foundation in Kahalu‘u, and Hui Kū Maoli Ola, as well as various places on Moloka‘i and Kaho‘olawe.

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Po‘i Nā Nalu Events

Po'i Nā Nalu offers many great program services to their students and participates in various events and conferences to learn more about student success as well as share the knowledge that they already have. During Spring Break of 2009, Po‘i Nā Nalu took students to the annual Native Hawaiian Educational Advancement Conference where the students gave a presentation on their experiences while participating in our program.

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Student Cooperative Education

Cooperative Education is practice-based education in diverse career and technical education fields that range from Early Childhood Education, to Architectural Engineering and CAD Technologies, to Fire Science. Each Po‘i Nā Nalu participant has the opportunity to gain experience in future professions by taking part in this great program.

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