Congratulations to AAT Alumni Kirstyn Trombetta for receiving a Po'okela Award for "OUTSTANDING WORK BY A RESIDENT PLAYWRIGHT" - "Plantation Plays - Saudade."
About The Poʻokela Awards
The Poʻokela Awards have recognized excellence in local theater since 1984. Under the Poʻokela Awards adjudication process, a panel of three adjudicators selects honorees in twenty-three different theatre arts categories spanning producing, directing, performing, design, and technical theatre. Awards are given for excellence in each category. The adjudicators may also recognize excellence outside these categories through discretionary awards.
About The Hawaiʻi State Theatre Council
The Hawaiʻi State Theatre Council was created in 1970 and has been serving Hawaiʻi’s theatre community by promoting excellence in live theatre and facilitating theatre collaboration ever since. Participating theatres include All The World’s A Stage, Aloha Performing Arts Company, Chaminade University Performing Arts, Diamond Head Theatre, Hawaiian Mission Houses, Hawaiʻi Shakespeare Festival, Honolulu Theatre for Youth, Kumu Kahua Theatre, Manoa Valley Theatre, Maui OnStage, Mid-Pacific Theatre Program, Paliku Theatre, PlayBuilders of Hawaiʻi Theatre Company, TAG - The Actors’ Group, The Leeward Theatre, the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, and Windward Readers’ Theatre.
Free workshops on technology and today’s digital lifestyleJoin us at the eighth annual Geek Day at Leeward Community College on Saturday, Feb. 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.
Full details: http://geekday.weebly.com/
College students needed for the upcoming Central District Science & Engineering Fair on Friday, 3/3/16 at Leilehua High School! College student volunteers will be paired with another volunteer judge. To volunteer, visit: https://goo.gl/iiZE15.
Have questions? Contact Grant Toyooka, Leilehua Complex Resource Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or (808) 622-6393 ext. 273.
To apply, visit: http://www.heaed.com/HEA_Scholarships.html
Career Moves: Teacher Education Program
Changing careers with the right education program with the Teacher Education Program at Leeward Community College.
According to jobsearch.com, the average person may change careers between 10 and fifteen times in a lifetime. Getting a good education can be the key to making a career move to a higher paying and more satisfying job and the University of Hawaii’s community colleges can help you to make a career change.
Sounds of Success Preschool, located in Aiea, is looking for motivated volunteers who wish to gain valuable “real world” experience working in a preschool setting with young children ages 2 to 6 years old.
They are the only full-day preschool in the state of Hawaii to have speech-language pathologists on staff to provide speech-language therapy for those that need the added support.
For more information please call 488-2211 or email them at email@example.com
You can also visit their website at www.sospreschool.org
The Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii-Nanakuli is looking for volunteers for it's 10th Annual Hawaiian Honu Race & Community Fun Day at the KROC Center on Saturday, 5/7/16 from 11am-1pm. If you're interested in volunteering, please contact Kainoa Teixeira at (808) 668 9399 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Even if you're not able to volunteer, please help spread the news of this event to your family and friends!