LEEWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Hi'ilei lives in Wai'anae and is majoring in Hawaiian Studies. She plans to attend the University of Hawaii at Manoa and continue her education there, majoring in Hawaiian Studies and minoring in Hawaiian Language.
For other students who are interested in Hawaiian Studies and language, Hi'ilei supports you with these words: The Hawaiian culture is thriving, and it is our responsibility to continue perpetuate the values are ancestors left behind. I truly encourage anyone to seek out the language and the culture and be proud.
Congratulations, and thank you for magnificently representing the Wai'anae community, Hi'ilei!
* Remember to do a Grad Check with a counselor!
Leeward Community College holds one Commencement Ceremony every year in the Spring Semester.
COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY 2014
Friday, May 16, 2014
* Degree/Certificate application information can be found here:
The $15.00 Commencement fee must be paid by April 21, 2014 to have your name printed in the Commencement Program.
To sign up (RSVP) to particpate in the Commencement Ceremony: Information will be emailed to all eligible graduates by April 1st.
Wai'anae Student Life
The Paper Guild
Do you like to write stories, draw, paint, or write poems? Join the brand new Lee CC Wai'anae group: The Paper Guild!
See English instructor Lindsay Wells for more information, or email her at email@example.com.
SG and NSO Leader Opportunities
NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION LEADER:
STUDENT GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS:
Other LEE CC Announcments
- Would you like to finish your AAT degree within the next 18 months?
- Do you thrive in an online class environment?
- Do you have at least a 2.0 GPA and have less than 30 credits applicable to the AAT degree?
If so, then the Associate of Arts in Teaching program's 18 month degree may be an option for you!
This program offers the following benefits:
-Guaranteed seats in courses
-Summer tuition at regular semester tuition rates
-Dedicated peer mentor and academic course support
-Laptop lending program
-Free books for ED courses
-An AAT degree in 18 months!
To learn more about this exceptional opportunity visit:
If you are interested, download and complete the Statement of Intent Form and submit it to:
Associate of Arts in Teaching - 18 Month Program
96-045 Ala Ike, Room DA-205A
Pearl City, HI 96782
DEADLINE TO APPLY:
MARCH 15, 2014
Aspire to inspire! Get a jump-start on a career in Education without leaving our island home. Be a part of a growing population of students enrolling in Leeward Community College’s Associate in Arts in Teaching (AAT) degree program.
Leeward’s AAT faculty and staff will present a free information session on
Wednesday, March 12, 2014 to explain the degree program and answer questions. The session will be from 5:30pm to 7:00pm at the Leeward Community College PC campus, in Room GT-105.
The information session is open to the general public. Attendees will be able to learn more about the degree and meet the instructors, counselor, and students enrolled in the program. Degree requirements, support services available for Leeward CC Education majors, and financial aid options will be covered. Information regarding Leeward’s newest teacher education pathways including the Alternative Certification for Career and Technical Education Licensure and Special Education Certificates will also be discussed.
Leeward Community College’s Associate in Arts in Teaching degree offers a solid liberal arts core and specific education classes that prepare you as an entry-level educator or to transfer to a 4-year teacher education program. The program has articulations in place with UH Mānoa, UH West O`ahu, Chaminade University, and University of Phoenix teacher education programs. For more information and to RSVP, call (808) 455-0467 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.