Apr 15, 2014

KCC Blesses its Renovated Campus Center (4/23)

KCC Students & Employees,
Please join us!

KCC Blesses its Campus Center Renovations
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
11:00 am
2nd floor, above the Cafeteria
Blessing will be conducted by Reverend Wayne Vidinha of 
Ke Akua Mana Church

The area is the new home for student government, student activities, board of publications, KCC radio, and international education, and office space for lecturers

Posted by:
C. Matsumoto

Open Mike Event (4/21)

Please join us for this semesters Open Mike event. Monday, April 21, from noon to 1:15 p.m. at the Campus Student Life Center.

Come and watch live Open Mike performances by Kaua‘i Community College students as they share:
  • Music
  • Skits/theater/monologues
  • Readings from poetry/fiction/nonfiction
  • Stories/speeches/poetry/oral performance of literature
  • Talent/ hula, dance, juggling and more…
Students, if you would like to present something, please come prepared. This is your time to showcase your hidden talents - sing, dance, play an instrument, recite poetry… Whatever you’d like to share! Presentation slots are given on a first come first sign-up basis.

If you would like to see some of our previous Open Mike performances, stop by the big screen in the foyer of the KCC Library. This digital show will run all week between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

Posted on behalf of:
Sharon Milan

Apr 10, 2014

Kaua`i Community College Celebrates Earth Day 2014 (4/21)

Kaua`i Community College
Celebrates Earth Day 2014
Monday, April 21, 2014 
11 am - 4 pm
Between the Campus Center and Fine Arts Building

Live Music - Food - Exhibits
  • Open to students, faculty, staff, Garden Island community, and visitors
  • 11:30 am - Noon, U.S. Senator Brian Schatz will share his views on the importance of honoring Earth Day and celebrate this student led event
The purpose of this event is to build awareness of positive sustainable living solutions.

To become a vendor or receive more information, contact Makoto Lane at makotol@hawaii.edu or Laura Williams at 245-8386.

Event flyer (pdf)

ASUH KCC student leaders, Students Activities Council, and KCC's Sustainability Club, with help from Ho`ouluwehi and the Sustainability Committee, invite you to attend this event.

Individuals needing accommodation under ADA should call 245-8386. If you need an ASL Interpreter, materials in an alternate format, or other auxiliary aid support, please call 245-8386 or email lauralw@hawaii.edu at least seven days before the event.

Posted by:
C. Matsumoto

Apr 9, 2014

Exhibit: A Reflection of Kalaupapa: Past, Present and Future (4/10 - 5/7)

A Reflection of Kalaupapa: Past, Present and Future - Photos by Wayne Levin - Presented by Ka 'Ohana O Kalaupapa - Hosted by Kaua'i Community College Hawaiian Studies Department
In picture: Photographs by Wayne Levin. Caption: Dayton Kupele, his sister Kealani Gillis, and her daughter Mikala offer ho'okupu at the site of 2000 unmarked graves. Presented by Ka 'Ohana O Kalaupapa. Hosted by Kaua'i Community College Hawaiian Studies Department.

Welina mai kakou,

On behalf of the Ka `Ohana o Kalaupapa nonprofit organization, I am excited that Kaua`i Community College and Kaua`i residents will have the opportunity once again to view this great photo exhibit that will be housed in the One Stop Center lobby from Thurs, April 10 through Weds, May 7 during business hours (7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.).

The exhibit will open with a blessing at 12 noon on Thurs, April 10. A guided walk-through will be offered that same day, April 10 from 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

On Sat, Apr 26, from 12 noon to 3:00 p.m., there will be a panel presentation/"talk story" with relatives and others who will share personal stories of their experiences with 'ohana who were sent to Kalaupapa because of Hansen's disease in the 1800s.

The exhibit and talk are free and open to the public, so please join us!

Ka `Ohana o Kalaupapa is a nonprofit organization that is helping to spread the word and educate as many as possible about the good things that happened at Kalaupapa. If you are interested in learning if your `ohana were sent to Kalaupapa, please email Valerie Monson, Coordinator at vmonson@kalaupapaohana.org. She and/or others will gladly research and send you information.

Exhibit flyer (pdf)

A hui hou a e malama pono,
Isaiah Ka`auwai
Call 245-8260 for more information

Apr 7, 2014

Spring Gourmet Gala: Mahalo for Your Contributions

On behalf of the Culinary Institute of the Pacific at Kaua'i Community College, I would like to extend our deepest appreciation and mahalo to everyone who helped make this fundraising event a great success. With your help, the tickets sold out in two weeks and in addition we were able to garner much needed sponsorships from our Kaua'i businesses.

Volunteering for an event of this size and complexity says a lot about all those who helped. Many months of intricate planning and organizing is rewarded when the music starts, the doors open and the guests are able to enjoy the greatest and latest in culinary fashion matched with the most delicious wine pairings; together with a fantastic silent auction & blind auction with prizes valued over $7,000! What a great gathering of happy faces and happy tummies!

Thank you for making this event an opportunity for our culinary arts students to work alongside the biggest names in Island Chefs, Alan Wong and Vikram Garg, as well as Kaua'i's best chefs! Because of your warmth and hospitality, these great chefs are looking forward to participating in next year's event.

We thank all the volunteers for making Kaua'i's signature event a great success and hope to see you all next year on April 10th!

Posted by:
Mark Oyama, Chair of the Gala Committee
Culinary Institute of the Pacific at Kaua'i CC

Mar 31, 2014

Be Heard: Share your thoughts about the future of Kauai's roads and transportation

Please Attend the Public Meeting for the 
Statewide and Regional Federal-Aid Highways
2035 Transportation Plans
for the District of Kauai

Meeting Objective:
Share the draft Plans and get your feedback.

What are the Statewide and Regional Federal-Aid Highways 2035 Transportation Plans?
The Statewide Federal-Aid Highways 2035 Transportation Plan is Hawaii’s first statewide, long-range multimodal land transportation plan. It will guide land transportation policies and programs within the state.

In conjunction, the Regional Federal-Aid Highways 2035 Transportation Plan for the District of Kauai was developed. It is an update to the existing regional long-range land transportation plan using a future horizon year of 2035. This current update embraced the district’s unique values, identified its existing and future needs, and provided guidance in setting funding priorities.

Visit www.hawaiilongrangeplan.com for more information!

Thursday, April 3, 2014
War Memorial Convention Hall
4191 Hardy Street
Lihue, HI 96766
5:30 to 7:30 PM

To request language interpretation, an auxiliary aid or service (i.e. sign language interpreter, accessible parking, or materials in alternative format), contact Kathleen Chu at Kathleen.Chu@ch2m.com or (808) 440-0283, seven (7) days prior to the meeting date.

Mar 27, 2014

Master's Degree on Kauai? Learn more on Tues, Apr 1.

Distance Learning Executive MBA
Master of Human Resource Management

Information Session

 ~Tuesday, April 1, 2014
 ~5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
 ~Kauai Community College
 ~One Stop Center (OSC), Room 207

RSVP to Toni Kruse-Mingo, Director of Executive Programs akruse@hawaii.edu, (808) 956-5774

Distance Learning Executive MBA (22-Month Program)
Master HRM Program (16-Month Program)

Neighbor Island and Military Friendly
To learn more, visit us online www.shidler.hawaii.edu/executive

Posted by:
Colleen Kaiminaauao