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Transcript: To be an effective partner Hawai'i CC needs to be able to support industries as they evolve and emerge. Current Status: We use Manono, UH Hilo, and Palamanui. Manono in need of redevelopment . It was built in 1956; 33% of buildings are portables; nearly 50% are 50+ years old. Upgrades address programmatic, building systems, health and safety, and code compliance needs. Expand program offerings at Palamanui. Explore satellite facilities North and South of HI. Recently revised Developmental Education. Remove cost as a barrier to entry (Hawai'i Promise) Address indirect costs through scholarships. Identify needs & connect students to services. Expand the ‘Elama Project. Expand the Early College Program. Poverty Informed Kauhale. Vibrant HI initiative Closing the Achievement Gap Workforce Development How can you help? Education as a philanthropic investment. Community connections. Lending your voice to ensure education remains a public good and a community investment To offer a 21st century education we need 21st century facilities. Professional development Curriculum development Place-based internships and apprenticeship Instructional equipment and materials Achieving the Promise KEEPING THE PROMISE Waihona Ho'ona'auao BUILDING THE PROMISE Waihona Nui Kuauli Fulfilling the Promise Opportunity Gap = Achievement Gap ADVANCING THE PROMISE Waihona ‘Oi‘enehana 21st Century Facilities Many students who enroll drop out before earning their degree or certificate. Incompletion hurts the student and the Hawai'i Island community. To Fulfill the Promise we need to: Keep the Promise by Closing the Achievement Gap Advance the Promise with Workforce Development Build the Promise of Island-wide Service with 21st Century Facilities What is the promise? An educated and skilled workforce for the State of Hawai'i. The term “waihona” is a place for laying things for safekeeping in a hale. In modern times “waihona” is updated to mean “funds” and “treasury." WAIHONA

Rotary presentation

Transcript: Rotary's involvement: Volunteers at Taste of Carmel Sponsor/Marketing for Taste of Carmel Donating Bench Backsacks through Gleaners Peyton Manning Project 18 4-way test Is it the TRUTH? Is it FAIR to all concerned? Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned? Backsacks-Rotary donated money to feed 25 students, Gleaners donated for additional 15 Every Friday students have bag of food sent home Student Services Coordinator pulled list from those that indicated support was needed Food can be eaten at room temperature and is "kid tested"! Project 18- Building of Track part of the service learning project Nutrition Provided a $500 scholarship for students to attend JA Biztown/Challenger Rotary members tutor at OPE Spark Rotary Involvement Exercise Rotary's involvement: (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Building Character Orchard Park students set forth to build a track for the community this year. Family Support Spark Exercise Nutrition With your support, this goal has become a reality! (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Almost 40% of OPE families are on Free or Reduced lunch Tutoring Sessions are provided Scholarship opportunities available for families that can't afford field trip costs Family Support ELA: Math 3rd- 31 students 3rd- 56 students 4th- 45 students 4th- 31 students 5th- 51 students 5th- 61 students Rotary Involvement Character Building Educating the Whole Child Istep 2010 Highlights Orchard Park students that display characteristics of the 4- way test are nominated each month by their teacher to be recognized on announcements (cc) photo by tudor on Flickr Ready to learn!! Nutrition Ready to Learn Orchard Park Elementary 2011-2012 Students Receiving Pass +

Rotary Presentation

Transcript: INNOVATE ROCKING WATER PUMP EDUCATE Trauma counseling Transitional justice and restoration Community dialogue Building bridges between different communities Increasing human rights Gender empowerment Raising environmental awareness Promoting economic development Developing a civil society and private sector that can represent diverse interests and challenge the state peacefully Business as Usual In 1961, President John F. Kennedy established the Peace Corps to promote world peace and friendship. 1st Dimension 3rd Dimension David Campbell Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar 2012 ROPE PUMP Presentation Organization: Opening Statements about Peace and the 3 Dimensions Overview of World Cartograms and the results of inequality Africa- Specific issues with Instability Peace Corps Experience Importance of entrepreneurship in development Old Modality "ODA" vs new modality "II" New Actors- Acumen Fund Projects Ahead- Jatropha for Biofuel, Seawater Greenhouse for ag Coming together as Catalyst Aid This is our world, and it is heavy, and there are many dimensions that we must work within to achieve peace on a worldwide scale. I've chosen my area of intervention, and I truly believe that we can achieve balance, and peace, through prosperity. THANK YOU. Building Peace through Prosperity Technical Training Resource Libraries Youth Programs Scholarships & Fellowships University Partnerships Microfinance Business Incubation Networking Facilitation Market Evaluation and Access Improved Agricultural Machines in 50 villages Improved Well Pumping Systems in 7 villages Trainings for sustainable execution of projects Educational Publications Local Expertise Investment as Aid Impact Manual Water Pumping Device Using The Principle of a Pulley to draw water from great depth with less effort Disruptive Future Rebuilding basic facilities, transportation and communication networks, utilities Developing rule of law systems and public administration Building educational and health infrastructure Providing technical and capacity-building assistance for institutions Creating legitimate (democratic, accountable) state institutions 40 X as efficient as hand-shelling Made of local Materials Lifespan of 15-20 years UNIVERSAL NUT SHELLER Using shifting body weight, instead of muscular force, to pump water vertically ACCELERATE U.S. Peace Corps 2009-2012 Taking away weapons Re-integrating former combatants into civilian society 2nd Dimension World GDP Technology Transfers Research and Development Experimental Design Kedougou

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