From: Pono Shim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: September 20, 2020 at 10:30:10 AM HST
|Aloha mai kakou, |
For the past 3 months we (Economic Development Alliance of Hawaii, skilled consultants, and program designer Omar Sultan) have been working on a program to work with the State of Hawaii to use Cares Act Funding to assist displaced workers or individuals who have been significantly affected financially by COVID 19. This past week with the signing of the contract the Governor issued the Press Release with the Department of Business Economic Development and Tourism.
The State’s program funding will help 350 participants to be placed in Host Companies who have the ability and need to host, train, and support a couple of participants in their organizations thru a paid internship thru December 15th. We know that we cannot help the thousands of individuals suffering thru the pandemic and that there are more businesses that would like to participate then we can onboard. However, we strongly recommend and hope that you will register as either a “Participant” or “Host Company” (if you can support a couple of interns and are aligned with the objectives/compliance of the program).
Please visit www.edahawaii.org and click on Aloha Connects Innovation “learn more” tab. When you enter the page please select either Participant or Host Company based on your interest and review the information. When you get to the bottom of the page you can select “learn more” to be a Participant (you can register there) or if you’re desiring to be a Host Company you can select “register”. We should be following up with you within the week.
To reiterate we know we cannot assist all (including companies who would like to Host participants) in being placed in ACI but please don’t be discouraged. If more funding is released thru Congress and subsequently our local Government we believe that we have designed infrastructure for more funding to be invested to help more people discover new career opportunities and skills for their future thru ACI.
To that point we would love the opportunity to train/prepare displaced workers to position themselves for these types of opportunities regardless if they get placed or not. In a partnership with Microsoft and my Higher Skills Academy training we have opened up training that we begin every 2 weeks for free. We also know that thru these trainings we are opening relationships with ourselves with the hope that these relationships can be helpful to your future. If this is of value to you please register here:
Friday, October 2, 2020 10:00 AM Hawaii – Higher Skills Academy
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Another free training (thru the end of the 2020 year) you can immediately register thru the Hawaii Technology Development Corporation website https://www.htdc.org/workforce-recovery-initiative-by-coursera/ for over 3800 courses thru the Coursera online learning platform.
If the menu options are too vast and you don’t know where to begin or choose and would like assistance in considering career opportunities and what pathway you might consider we are hosting a free “Choosing a Path” webinar on September 28 at noon please register here:
Monday, September 28, 2020 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Hawaii –
“Choosing a Path” Webinar
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Please feel free to share this message with others.
Mahalo nui loa,
Pono Shim Oahu Economic Development Board
Additional Higher Skills Academy registration dates will be posted on the OEDB websiteat www.oedb.biz as the information becomes available.
The Sex Abuse Treatment Center (SATC)
A program of Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women & Children
Join us for a webinar designed for high school and college students, as well as parents wanting to be informed. Through the viewing and discussion of “SHOTS” a short film developed by the SATC and the Hawai‘i Coalition Against Sexual Assault, we’ll bring this high-risk intersection to life for you. Learn what contributes to the danger, and what can be done to reduce risk.
August 5th Presenter will be Lieutenant Governor, Josh Green, MD.
With the rapid changes regarding COVID-19, it can be difficult to stay up to date with all that is happening in our islands. The Hawai‘i Public Health Institute (HIPHI) will be offering a series of webinars on the impact of COVID-19 on our communities.
After working hard to get our recorded cases down, how concerning are Hawaiiʻs current spikes in COVID-19 cases?
Find out what this means for our state and how we should be responding in our second update from Lieutenant Governor Josh Green.
13 July 2020
THE COMMUNITY IS INVITED TO A
“KA’U COVID 19 UPDATE”
INFORMATIONAL / EDUCATIONAL MEETING
DATE: MONDAY JULY 13, 2020
TIME: REGISTRATION @ 4:30PM
MEETING @ 5:00PM – 6:30PM (STARTS / ENDS PROMPTLY)
PLACE: PAHALA COMMUNITY CENTER
(next to Fire Station)
IMPORTANT NOTE: Wearing of Mask and Social Distancing is required.
To remain in compliance to Hawaii State Covid 19 Mandates, seating is limited, attendance is based on “First-Come-First-Serve”.
PARTICIPATION VIA ZOOM IS ALSO AVAILABLE:
Email email@example.com or Call the Ka’u Resource & Distance Learning Center at 928-0101 for ZOOM connectivity information.
COME JOIN US AND “TALK STORY” WITH:
- HAWAII COUNTY MAYOR HARRY KIM
- HAWAII STATE Lt. GOVERNOR JOSH GREEN
- Dr. SCOTT MISCOVICH, FOUNDER OF PREMIER MEDICAL GROUP
- DAN BRINKMAN, CEO EAST HAWAII / HHSC
- MERILYN HARRIS, KA’U HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR
- ERIC HONDA, INTERIM DEPT. OF HEALTH DISTRICT HEALTH OFFICER
MAHALO! TO EVERYONE FOR SUPPORTING KA’U COMMUNITY CONCERNS.
To assist the communities we serve, Hiilei Aloha, LLC and Alu Like, Inc. are collaborating to bring Business Planning for Non-Profits in Hilo. This FREE one day event will occur on March 4, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon. Seating is limited to 15 people. Registration forms need to be received before/on March 2, 2015.
Ka’u Rural Health Community Association’s Nursing Scholarship Program is offering (2) Two Awards for 2015 Summer Semester. The Nursing Scholarship Program was established from generous individuals, businesses and organizations dedicated in providing educational opportunities to the residents of Ka’u.
The Nursing Scholarship will be awarded to applicants seeking higher education in the following healthcare related field:
- Certified Nurse’s Aide (CNA)
- Medical Assistant
- Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN)
- Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN)
- Bachelor in Science of Nursing (BSN)
Interested applicants can download the PDF link and mail or hand deliver the application to the Ka’u Resource and Distance Learning Center. The application deadline is March 2, 2015 @ 4:30 p.m. For more information, please refer to the link below.