Business technology educators nationally recognized
Kay Fujimoto Ono, professor of business technology at Leeward Community College and president of the Hawaiʻi Business Education Association (HBEA), was nominated president-elect for the Western Business Education Association (WBEA). Ono will be president when the WBEA Conference is hosted by HBEA at the Waikīkī Beach Marriott Resort and Spa in February 2016.
At the WBEA February conference, Kauaʻi Community College Business Education Instructor Cheryl Fujii was honored with an award for excellence in publications. The award recognized her work as the HBEA newsletter editor on the hbea.org quarterly publication. This is the second year that Fujii received this award.
About Hawaiʻi Business Education Association
Hawaiʻi Business Education Association is a non-profit, professional organization for teachers of business and information technology as well as those businesses and organizations interested in the quality and training of Hawaiʻi’s workforce. HBEA promotes business education in the State of Hawaiʻi and provides opportunity for business educators, students, or friends of business education to interact. HBEA strives to prepare individuals with the knowledge and skills to succeed in careers in business and industry.
- Reduced operations during holiday break
- More incoming freshmen on track to graduate on time
- Hawaiian studies associate degree established
- UH Community College students Agree to Degree
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