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Thu, Oct 8, 2015 3:45 PM - 4:45 PM - Leadership
Take the Lead Seminar #2 - Alumni Success Stories
Join us to hear more about HPU alumna, Christina Handle (BSBA 11) as she shares her experiences as an HPU student to a nationally recognized leader. Ms. Handle was honored by National Association of Professional Women, the leading networking organization for professional women, as a 2015-2016 inductee into the prestigious VIP Woman of the Year Circle for her leadership in business. Determined to launch her career and make a difference for veterans across the United States, Christina finished high school in three years, her BSBA in two, and her master s degree in one. By age 20 in 2013, she founded U.S. Degree Consulting to help educate service men and women about completing their college education and getting into the civilian workforce as quickly and efficiently as possible. Her company's expansion into academic planning software development placed her as a finalist in the 2015 InnovateHER Business Competition. Refreshments will be served.
Sat, Oct 10, 2015 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM - Student Life
Hawaii Spotlight: Kako`o Oiwi Taro Patch Restoration
Mahuahua Ai o Hoi ( Regrowing the Fruit of Hoi ) is a community-driven project managed by K ko o iwi, a He eia-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The overarching goal of Mahuahua Ai o Hoi is to restore agricultural and ecological productivity to a nearly 405-acre parcel within the wetlands of He eia, Ko olaupoko, O ahu. The He eia Wetlands is a marshland area formed by the waters of Ha ik and Ioleka a valleys where wetland kalo was traditionally grown. This project will involve working outdoors restoring the once thriving natural, cultural, social and economic values of Hoi for the benefit of the community. Tasks include but are not limited to, clearing invasive vegetation, helping to construct and maintain new and existing lo i kalo (irrigated ponds, terraces for cultivation of lo i) and assisting with the development and maintenance of new mal (dryland) gardens.

Please review the waiver prior to arriving. A copy will be provided to you on the day of the event. Students should wear clothes you don't mind getting muddy or wet. Wear sunscreen and athletic shoes or tabis. Bring a reusable water bottle. A hat or bandana is recommended.

7:30 am - Downtown Shuttle Stop (Beretania/Fort Street)
8:00 am - Hawaii Loa Campus Shuttle Stop
Return Transportation Provided
Sun, Oct 11, 2015 10:30 AM - 4:30 PM - Holoholo Oahu
Holoholo to Waimea Bay Beach Park
Enjoy the sun at North Shore's Waimea Bay Beach Park. From the park you can jump on a city bus to Haleiwa and grab a shaved ice or some lunch. Transportation leaves at 10:30 am from Hawaii Loa Shuttle Stop. Return bus at 3:30 pm. Waiver: http://www.hpu.edu/FirstYearPrograms/pdfs/VoluntaryActivityWaiverNorthShore.Haleiwaf2015.pdf
Sat, Oct 24, 2015 7:00 AM - 9:30 AM - Holoholo Oahu
Holoholo to Moana Falls Hike
Manoa Falls is a waterfall in Manoa featuring a vertical drop of about 150 feet. It is accessible from the nearest road by a hike of approximately 1.5 miles. Transportation leaves at 7 am from Hawaii Loa Shuttle Stop. Waiver: http://www.hpu.edu/FirstYearPrograms/pdfs/VoluntaryActivityWaiverManoaFallsHikef15.pdf
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