UH Manoa’s John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) is seeking host families within the North Hawai`i community for four medical residents for upcoming OB (obstetrical) rotations in Waimea.
Host Family Flyer
The residents are scheduled to arrive beginning February 26 through April 22 for two-week blocks on these days (arrive on Mondays and depart on Sundays):
- 2/26-3/11: D. H., DO (male)
- 3/12-3/25: K. R., MD (female)
- 3/26-4/8: W. Y., MD (male)
- 4/9-4/22: M. B., MD (female)
Host receive a stipend of $250 for each resident.
For more information:
Rhonda Roldan, Rural Health Coordinator
Hawai’i/Pacific Basin Area Health Education Center
University of Hawai’i, John A. Burns School of Medicine
Office: (808) 692-1068
Mark your calendars: The 2018 West Hawai`i Science Fair has been set for February 16 and 17, 2018.
“Science/Engineering Fair remains one of the nation’s best opportunities for students to develop and show case their 21st century skills in inquiry, technical capacity, and communication.” This event is open to all students in middle and high schools. Top judged projects will advance to the 61st Hawaii Science & Engineering Fair on Oahu.
Other Science Fair activities include a STEM lecture series, tours of energy and aquaculture facilities at NELHA, and a Maker Showcase where students can share their design and creations.
- Venue: NELHA (Natural Energy Lab of Hawai`i Authority), Hale Iako Building
- Dates & times:
February 16 (Friday): Noon to 3 pm, Open Poster Session
February 17 (Saturday): 8 am to 2 pm, West Hawai1i Science Fair
2018 West Hawaii Science Fair
For more information on school and sutdent participation:
Justin Brown: BrownJ@khswaverider.k12.hi.us
Contact if you are interested in volunteering for the event:
Keith Olson: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Pele Awards, sponsored by the Hawaii Chapter of the American Advertising Federation, honors and awards the best in advertising, graphics and the like at the professional and college levels. Starting 2018, the high school level is being included in limited categories. Please visit their website for more information: The Pele Awards
Entries for the 2018 Pele Awards now open. The theme is A Pele Love Story
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Visual Arts (CTE and Fine Arts) teachers are encouraged to submit their top student work (including yearbook work) to this prestigious event.
Cost: $5.00 per entry (please note that Perkins fund cannot be used for this cost!)
Deadline: February 5, 2018
Entry pouches will be available through your school Career and Technical Education coordinator.
For more information:
Patricia Beardeaux, Career & Technical Education Resource Teacher
Hawaii State Department of Education
475 22nd Avenue, Room 215
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
The Hawaii Island Youth Ranger Internship Program returns for the summer of 2018! This is a great opportunity for our youth to have hands-on experience in the five national parks on Hawaii Island.
The program begins with eight two-hour training sessions held over eight weeks at local schools in the districts served (e.g., Kealakehe or Konawaena High Schools). Participants are trained in park resources, the mission and history of the NPS and professional skills including financial awareness and public speaking. Successful trainees are encouraged to apply for jobs in the interpretation division and are selected for employment at one of the five Hawaii Island National Park Services (NPS) units. At the end of the 8-week summer employment opportunity, top youth are often retained through park funding and some move on to temporary or permanent positions with the NPS.
Please see the attached flyer about how to apply.
Application deadline: January 10, 2018.
“The Akamai Internship Program offers college students from Hawai‘i an opportunity to gain a summer work experience at an observatory, company or scientific/technical facility in Hawai‘i in an 8-week program. The program has placements for students from community colleges and four-year universities from a wide range of majors. Recent graduates are also eligible.”
2018 Akamai Summer program
Go to this link for details and application form: 2018 Akamai Summer Program
Applications are due February 14, 2018.
The Akamai 2018 Program dates are from Saturday, June 16 through Tuesday, August 14, 2018.
Scholarships galore for Class of 2018! Check out their website for details and deadlines. Kamehameha Schools Programs and Scholarships
You can also get on their mail list through this link: Kamehameha Schools’ Direct Mail List
Multiple opportunities in the healthcare career pathway! We are on our way to strengthen the healthcare services for the Big Island as well as Hawai`i nei.
Check these out:
Activities for Students:
PHCC Brochure Hawaii Island -2
CANOE Flyer (2)
Speakers for the classroom:
Medical Reserve Corps