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Our office will be CLOSED on Monday, March 26 (Prince Kuhio Day) and Friday, March 30 (Good Friday).
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With support from a generous grant from Assisted Living Options Hawaii (ALOH), the Hawaii Pacific Gerontological Society (HPGS) is offering an Eldercare Worker Training Award for $500 (while funds last). Our Nurse Aide Training Program qualifies for this award. Please click the button below to apply, or email Jan Thurman for further assistance.
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As a community service, the University of Hawaii William S. Richardson School of Law is offering FREE sessions (up to 30 minutes each) to those who are interested in starting their own business. The sessions will be conducted by law students, under the supervision of instructor Greg Kim (a licensed attorney who specializes in business law). ​Appointments are recommended.
OCEWD is holding it's first Summer Camp on June 18-29, 2018, at Leeward Community College. It's a great time for 12-16 year olds to explore a variety of industries in a fun and inclusive environment. 
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Leeward Community College is now accepting students in its newest academic program, Integrated Industrial Technology (IIT), with classes beginning in January. The program offers a two-year associate in science degree and related certificates and will prepare students for a wide range of careers such as manufacturing and electromechanical systems technicians in industrial automation.​
Want to get your driver's license? Start with our Driver Education Program, which fulfills the classroom* portion. In six weeks, using audio/visual programs and class activities, you’ll be prepared to move on to the “behind-the-wheel” portion. Weekend classes means you'll still have time for classes and afterschool activities.