Then, we are joined by Keala Peters, EVP of Education and Workforce Development at the Chamber of Commerce and Kelly Ueoka, President of Pacxa, here to tell us about the IT Workforce Development initiative. Catch the IT Workforce Presentation on Jan 26 here.
First up, we have Liz Dorn, Seminars Program Coordinator, from the East West Center Seminars here to tell us about a #GalswithLEI online panel called Investment & Change for Minority and Women-Owned Businesses.
Then, we are joined by Rosie Davis, Executive Director at Maui County Area Health Education (AHEC), Judy Mikami, Healthcare Specialist at Rural Health Care Consulting and Daylen Casino, past President of the Health Occupation Student Association on Molokai to talk about helping others navigate through the digital landscape.
First up, we share info on the upcoming 6th annual It’s Great to be A Teacher (virtual) event! Saturday, January 30, 2021 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. If you are interested in what it takes to become a teacher sign up for this free event here.
We then have Meli James from Mana Up here to tell us about the application period for Mana UpÊ»s Cohort 6.
As our main feature, we are joined by Neal Miyake from the US Dept of the Navy, Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific and Len Higashi from the Hawaii Technology Development Center to talk about a collaboration between Naval Labs, industry, and academia called Tech Bridges.
Then, we are joined by Alex Harris, VP of Programs from the Harold K.L. Castle Foundation, Keala Peters, VP of Education and Workforce Development from the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii and Stephen Schatz, Executive Director at Univ. of Hawaii’s P-20 Partnerships for Education, to talk about resources to navigate the Hawaii Career Pathway and the Hawaii Career Explorer.
First up the National Day of Civic Hacking is coming up on Saturday, September 12, 2020. Code for HawaiÊ»i, Code for America, and the Brigade Network for the 2020 are teaming up to present NDoCH, which brings together civic leaders, public servants, designers, coders, and engaged citizens to partner with local government and community groups to tackle some of our toughest challenges.
Then we have Wayne Layugan, Sr Project Engineer at Innovate Hawaii at HTDC, and he’s here to tell us about a the PPE Innovation Grant program.
Next we are joined by Iris Ikeda from the Division of Financial Institutions in DCCA, Liam Grist from Cloud Nalu and Andrew Benson from River Financial to talk about cryptocurrency, innovation and the Digital Currency Innovation Lab.
Thanks to HTDC, on Tuesday, April 28th Eric Heenan, President of Alaka’i Executive Search, will hold a complimentary webinar on strategies to make your LinkedIn profile stand out and get noticed by recruiters and hiring managers. Please register by Monday, April 27 at 12pm. After registration closes, they will send a Zoom link to all registered participants.
Then we’re joined by Tim Cottrell, Head of School at Iolani School and Rodrigo Romo, Program Manager at Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems to talk about activating their makerspaces to help meet the demand for Personal Protective Equipment.
First up, if you are interested in the startup world, Blue Startups is having a Founders Mixer on Thursday, March 5! You can meet the Blue Startups team, and take the opportunity to pitch your idea, startup, or skill while networking with Hawaii’s entrepreneurial community.
Finally, Iris Ikeda from the Division of Financial Institutions – DCCA and Ellen Ng from HTDC to talk about the Digital Currency Innovation Lab and how you can test out your crypto currency idea in Hawaii.
First up, we have Sandy Park from HTDC here to tell us about the upcoming Holiday Tech and Manufacturing Job Fair. Then we are joined by James Pakele from PuÊ»uhonua o WaiÊ»anae, Brandon Makaawaawa and John Garcia from the Nation of Hawaii and PuÊ»uhonua o Waimanalo, here to tell us about community networks, the Internet, self reliance and enabling a community to innovate.