Career Counseling for Hawai'i

This non-credit community series will run in two parts of four weeks with unique topics in each week each for a total of eight weeks during this summer. The focus is on expanding our student-encouragement-life-skills-coaching Tool Box. Participants will discuss traditional Hawaiian concepts and contemporary cultural practices that would support and inspire others along their academic career pathway as we aspire to live our best life in the modern world.

Successful completion is demonstrated with participants organizing a folio of all their worksheets into a resource kit on the last day. Participants who successfully complete Part I and Part II series of this course will receive a certificate of Professional Development and a microcredential.

You must register to attend to receive a craft kit.
Walk-ins welcome.

Date: Part II July 11– August 1 (4 mtgs.)
Meets: Thursdays, in-person
Time: 12:00–1:00pm
Cost: $0

Limited seating. You must register to attend to receive a craft kit.
Walk-ins welcome on a space available basis.
To receive a microcredential please register for Part I and Part II.
moke kaapana
Moses “Moke” Ka‘āpana
Moke received his filmmaking graduate diploma in Arts from Victoria University of Wellington
in New Zealand and received his B.A. in Hawaiian Studies with an empasis in ethnobotany and traditional culture from UH at Mānoa. He is a cultural specialist, Hawaiian artisan, fluent in Hawaiian Language.
Moke has been an instructor at Windward Community College as a documentation specialist and creative media/journalism lecturer, and also a Windward District Hawaiian immersion long-term substitute teacher and cultural specialist, resource teacher, and Hawaiian Language instructor.
He has also provided cultural protocol for many organizations.