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Want a head start on college planning?

Apply by Aug 13 to the Hōkūlani program at go.hawaii.edu/orP!!

ELIGIBILITY
✔️ 9-12th grader
✔️ On Oʻahu, Molokaʻi, Hawaiʻi Island
✔️ Participate in the Hōkūlani program

Students will learn more about college, the application process, where to go to get support (such as financial aid, scholarships, etc.) and go on a college campus tour!

#College #Applications #FinancialAid #Scholarships #CampusTour

Please consider sharing to your friends, family and network: Center on Disability Studies, College of Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa, University of Hawaii at Mānoa Department of Special Education, College Opportunities Program (COP) at UH Mānoa, Family Programs Hawaii, GEAR UP Hawaii, Gearup Waipahu, GEAR UP Maui, UH West Oahu GEAR UP, Hanauma Bay Education Program, HSTE - Hawaii Society for Technology in Education, Hawaii P-20 Partnerships for Education, HI STAR, Hawaii Space Grant Consortium, Kapiolani Community College STEM Program, University of Hawaii Manoa Online Learning Academy, PCATT Pacific Center for Advanced Technology Training, Think College, Windward Academy for CTE

#ProjectHokulani #Education #College #University #CollegeLife #Scholarships #FinancialAid #UniLife
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Sharing along!Want a head start on college planning?

Apply by Aug 13 to the Hōkūlani program at go.hawaii.edu/orP!!

ELIGIBILITY
✔️ 9-12th grader
✔️ On Oʻahu, Molokaʻi, Hawaiʻi Island
✔️ Participate in the Hōkūlani program

Students will learn more about college, the application process, where to go to get support (such as financial aid, scholarships, etc.) and go on a college campus tour!

#College #Applications #FinancialAid #Scholarships #CampusTour

Please consider sharing to your friends, family and network: Center on Disability Studies, College of Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa, University of Hawaii at Mānoa Department of Special Education, College Opportunities Program (COP) at UH Mānoa, Family Programs Hawaii, GEAR UP Hawaii, Gearup Waipahu, GEAR UP Maui, UH West Oahu GEAR UP, Hanauma Bay Education Program, HSTE - Hawaii Society for Technology in Education, Hawaii P-20 Partnerships for Education, HI STAR, Hawaii Space Grant Consortium, Kapiolani Community College STEM Program, University of Hawaii Manoa Online Learning Academy, PCATT Pacific Center for Advanced Technology Training, Think College, Windward Academy for CTE

#ProjectHokulani #Education #College #University #CollegeLife #Scholarships #FinancialAid #UniLife
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COE Center on Disability Studies Receives $4.7M in Grants

College of Education Center on Disability Studies  (CDS) faculty members, Sara Kaʻimipono Banks, Chin Lee, Kiriko Takahashi, and Jennifer Tarnay, were funded nearly $5,000,000 in combined grant awards for projects focused on improving Native Hawaiian student success, creating opportunities for individuals with disabilities to achieve self-sufficiency, and broadening vaccine access for hard to reach individuals and those with disabilities. 

Among the projects are Ulu A‘e Transitions, Hawaiʻi WIPA (Work Incentives Planning and Assistance), Expanding Disabilities Network’s Access to COVID-19 Vaccine, Access to COVID-19 Vaccines, and the AUCD Dissemination Innovators Mini-grant.

To learn more about the specific projects, read the full article: https://coe.hawaii.edu/news/coe-center-on-disability-studies-receives-4-7m-in-grants/  

#NativeHawaiian #inclusiveness #DisabilityStudies #grantnews

COE Center on Disability Studies Receives $4.7M in Grants

College of Education Center on Disability Studies (CDS) faculty members, Sara Kaʻimipono Banks, Chin Lee, Kiriko Takahashi, and Jennifer Tarnay, were funded nearly $5,000,000 in combined grant awards for projects focused on improving Native Hawaiian student success, creating opportunities for individuals with disabilities to achieve self-sufficiency, and broadening vaccine access for hard to reach individuals and those with disabilities.

Among the projects are Ulu A‘e Transitions, Hawaiʻi WIPA (Work Incentives Planning and Assistance), Expanding Disabilities Network’s Access to COVID-19 Vaccine, Access to COVID-19 Vaccines, and the AUCD Dissemination Innovators Mini-grant.

To learn more about the specific projects, read the full article: coe.hawaii.edu/news/coe-center-on-disability-studies-receives-4-7m-in-grants/

#NativeHawaiian #inclusiveness #DisabilityStudies #grantnews
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Sharing along!Calling all ʻohana members

#Parenting resources for culture-based science activities, at home learning strategies, college resources, and much more. Register your high school student by Aug 13 at go.hawaii.edu/orP

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ʻOhana Gatherings: Parent of participating students will participate in monthly ‘ohana gatherings, culture-based science hands-on activities, strategies to help children learn science at home, and information and resources related to college (such as financial aid, scholarships, and early college and dual enrollment program).

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ELIGIBILITY
✔️ Mākua or kūpuna of 9th-12th grader
✔️ Live on Oʻahu, Molokaʻi, or Hawaiʻi Island
✔️ Child applying to the Hōkūlani student program

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Parenting supporters, please consider sharing to you network Center on Disability Studies, College of Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa, PACT Kaneohe Community Family Center, Child & Family Service, PATCH Hawaii, Family Support Hawaii, Vibrant Hawaii Island, Tutu's House, The Island of Hawaii YMCA, Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii, Human Development and Family Studies at UH Mānoa, SPAM: Student Parents At Manoa, Hawaii Children's Action Network

#ParentingTips #Hi4PublicEd #BacktoSchool2021 #ProjectHokulani
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Hawai‘i for a Safe Return to Schools Presents: TOWN HALL for Educators, Parents, Administrators, and Community to discuss Safer Return to Schools 

Learn more about the Delta Variant, Hawai`i School Reopenings, and Ways to Keep Our Students, Families, and Communities safe.

WHEN: July 21, Wednesday, 6 pm
WHERE: Facebook Live and Zoom (details below and in image)

Join the private facebook group Hawai`i for a Safe Return to Schools  to view the Town Hall live here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/hawaiisafeschools  

Or interact with panelists on Zoom with meeting ID 810 4359 4477  and passcode 808.

Further details in the flyer image. See you there!

#townhall #covid #schoolreopening #hawaii #pacificallianceagainstcovid

Hawai‘i for a Safe Return to Schools Presents: TOWN HALL for Educators, Parents, Administrators, and Community to discuss "Safer Return to Schools"

Learn more about the Delta Variant, Hawai`i School Reopenings, and Ways to Keep Our Students, Families, and Communities safe.

WHEN: July 21, Wednesday, 6 pm
WHERE: Facebook Live and Zoom (details below and in image)

Join the private facebook group Hawai`i for a Safe Return to Schools to view the Town Hall live here: www.facebook.com/groups/hawaiisafeschools

Or interact with panelists on Zoom with meeting ID 810 4359 4477 and passcode 808.

Further details in the flyer image. See you there!

#townhall #covid #schoolreopening #hawaii #pacificallianceagainstcovid
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