Campus Community

Time sensitive and important department and academic dates and deadlines are posted on this calendar. Bookmark this page to stay current!

I am pleased to announce the launch of the Spring 2014 Student Leadership Development Series.  Attached please find both a brochure and a flyer for the series.
I have developed this series primarily as a mechanism to train my Phi Theta Kappa board but am opening this up to all our student leaders on campus (Peer Mentors, BOSA, BOSP, Congress, Service Learning, Phi Theta Kappa) as well as to all students or faculty/staff members with an interest in leadership development.
This is a 13-part workshop series with information culled through my years of leadership studies and practice as a student leader, JROTC cadet and officer, IT project manager, Federal grants management, budget and planning committee chair, technology planning task force chair, Staff Senate Chair, MBA, MPA, MEd studies and our own in-house leadership programs such as PELP and Wo.
All are welcome.
Jonathan Kama Wong, MBA, M.Ed, MPA
Pathways Learning Support Coordinator

        Honors Program and Phi Theta Kappa Advisor
Kapiʻolani Community College

        ʻIliahi 231, Office 9
Phone:  (808) 734-9336
E-mail:  jkwong@hawaii.edu
vOffice:  http://tinyurl.com/jonsVoffice
        URL: http://imiloa.kcc.hawaii.edu///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\///\\\ABOUT PATHWAYS AT KAPIʻOLANI COMMUNITY COLLEGE:

The mission of the Pathways office is to support a collaborative and integrated academic and student support network, which helps students get on the path, stay on the path, and progress on the path to graduation, transfer or career.
STUDENT SUCCESS: *** ENGAGEMENT *** LEARNING *** ACHIEVEMENT


New Information

****************************************************************************************
JUST IN TIME (JiT)  MATH BRUSH – UP

 September 03, 2013 to October 25, 2013

 Iliahi 206 (Math Lab)

 5:00pm to 7:00pm

 Register for the upcoming 6th Series -JiT

Seats are filling up fast – Register with Alissa Kashiwada

 Email:  alissak@hawaii.edu for appointments or information

 Direct number:  (808) 734-9889 or x9889

 Come and visit:  Iliahi 231 Cubicle # 2 (Kahikoluamea Center)

 *************************************************************************************

Bus Routes and Schedules have changed. Please plan accordingly and check the new routes. KCC is now a smoke free campus. Designated areas are located around the parking lots.

Opportunities

DO YOU EVER WONDER what it takes to lead the largest organization of professional chefs in the U.S.? American Culinary Federation (ACF) students and apprentices are invited to enter the 2013 Lead Like “Mike” Contest for your chance at unparalleled access to culinary leaders and top-notch networking opportunities. One lucky student will be selected to attend the 2013 ACF National Convention in Las Vegas, July 21-25, 2013, to be mentored by ACF National President Michael Ty, CEC®, AAC®.

Five finalists will be selected for phone interviews. The winner will be announced by June 7, 2013, and will receive 1 airfare to Las Vegas 2 accommodations at The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas and 3 full convention registration.

lead_like_mike_contest (pdf)

1

 

 

 

kahala hotel logoJust a reminder Applications must be postmarked by May 15th to be eligible for this scholarship.  Make sure you get yours in soon!

James Beard Foundation Scholarship Opens
The Kahala Hotel Sponsors $5000 Scholarship for KCC Culinary Student
Honolulu, HI…Continuing or newly enrolling students for the 2013/2014 school year at Kapiolani Community College’s Culinary Arts program may apply for a newly established $5000 scholarship sponsored by The Kahala Hotel and Resort through the James Beard Foundation, a national nonprofit organization that supports culinary excellence in America. Application information may be found at www.jamesbeard.org/scholarships beginning April 1, 2013. The deadline to apply for James Beard Foundation/Kahala scholarship is May 15, 2013.The James Beard Foundation/Kahala Hotel & Resort Scholarship is the result of a major fundraising effort spearheaded by The Kahala during Bon Appétit, its fall 2012 month-long culinary tribute to iconic American chef and cookbook author Julia Child. The hotel’s first-ever James Beard Foundation Dinner was the brainchild of resort General Manager Roseann Grippo and coordinated by Hoku’s Restaurant Manager Dante Camara. The sold-out affair reunited chefs from around the country who had worked previously at The Kahala, including Ryan Loo (W Hotel Seattle), Colin Hazama (Sheraton Waikiki), Warren Uchida (Kapiolani Community College), and Master Sommelier Patrick Okubo (Young’s Market of Hawaii). Kahala’s in-house culinary team included Executive Chef Wayne Hirabayashi, Pastry Chef Michael Moorhouse, and Food and Beverage Director Todd Oldham.

The James Beard Foundation Scholarship Program awarded over $300,000 in educational scholarships in 2012, and over $4.2 million since its inception in 1991. The program helps aspiring culinary students realize their dreams by supporting them on a path to success in the rewarding world of the hospitality industry. The scholarship program is one of the Foundation’s educational pillars essential to the fulfillment of the organization’s mission to celebrate, nurture, and preserve America’s diverse culinary heritage and future. The James Beard Foundation was founded in 1986 and offers a variety of events and programs designed to educate, inspire, entertain, and foster a deeper understanding of our culinary culture.

Their scholarship program is administered by the Scholarship Management Services division of Scholarship America, a well-respected nonprofit organization that has helped award scholarships to over one million students. Applications for the James Beard Foundation scholarship sponsored by The Kahala will be received and evaluated by Scholarship America. Each student is rated according to a standardized system based on such factors as grade point average, extracurricular activities including work experience, letters of recommendation, and financial need. Qualified scholarship finalists are selected and their applications are then submitted to the James Beard Foundation Scholarship Selection Committee for final review.

“The Kahala is especially proud to sponsor a James Beard Foundation Scholarship in support of Kapiolani Community College’s Culinary Arts Program,” says Roseann Grippo. “As an industry leader in culinary excellence, The Kahala wants to inspire and support culinary students on their journeys to becoming America’s next great chefs.”

Kapiolani Community College Culinary Arts Program students currently enrolled and/or planning to enroll for the fall 2013 classes may apply online at www.jamesbeard.org/scholarships beginning April 1, 2013. Application deadline is May 15, 2013 and all scholarship application materials, including transcript, must be postmarked by May 15, 2013. Scholarship winners will be notified in August 2013.  Applicants for James Beard Foundation/Kahala Scholarship may also be eligible for other James Beard Foundation scholarships listed at their web site.

 

For Culinary Majors

Log into MyUH Portal to:

  • Track your progress toward graduation using the STAR link
  • Check your official major. Download the Change of Major Form if necessary.

Get your electronic copy of the Kapiolani Culinary Arts Program Student Handbook. Food Service in Paradise Magazine by HFM Food Service

Kapiolani CC Bookstore Hours

Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Saturday, Sunday, Holidays: CLOSED

Kapiolani Community College Bookstore Site