Hawai'i CC offers new online certificate programs
Open House on Tuesday, July 22 from 5 to 7 p.m.Hawaiʻi Community College
Ofc Asst, External Affairs and Relations
CONTACT: Lezlie Padaken, (808) 934-2689
HILO — Are you unemployed? Underemployed? A veteran? Do you want to update your skills or develop new skills? Do you want to know what employers are looking for or how you can get college credit for what you already know?
Come to a free open house event at Hawai‘i Community College on Tuesday, July 22 from 5 to 7 p.m. in Building 379, Room 1. Staff will be available to explain how you can join the “fast track” to earn college credits and certificates in the following areas:
- Sustainable Construction
- Sustainable Lot Design
- Virtual Office Assistant
- Business Essentials
- Retail Essentials
- Business Foundations
Staff will help you complete a college application and guide you through the process to begin creating your future today.
There will be demonstrations of an online classroom and gadgets used for Geographical Information Systems (GIS), Geomatics, and Land Survey practices. Information on non-credit training in Process Technology and Industrial Maintenance and Boating Safety Certification will also be available. Hear about internship opportunities and how your work experience, military service, and professional training could count towards college credit.
Hawai’i Community College is changing educational delivery for our community. Find out what classes are online, accelerated, and can be taken anywhere. Call 934-2688 now for more information or email us at email@example.com.
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