Haʻakūmalae is the official orchestration of the Hawaiʻ i protocols leadership at Hawaiʻ i Community College and the University of Hawaiʻ i at Hilo. As an active member at our Hawaiʻi Community College and in the Hawaiʻi Island Community there are many opportunities and events for engagement in these activities.
Haʻakūmalae Activity & Announcements:
- November 1, 2014
Wahi Pana O Kona 2014
A unique opportunity to experience the pulsing places of Kona as rooted in the cultural myth and history. Wahi Pana O Kona aims to orient individuals to our Kona community amongst our sacred geographies, alongside faculty, staff, and students from the University of Hawaiʻi Center at West Hawaiʻi.
- November 6, 2014
Pāmaomao Training – Great Lakes Cosmogeny
Pāmaomao is an active a commitment to a protocols based travel experience thru connections with indigenous cultures. As done by way of the Hawaiʻi protocols traditions of community spiritual bridging this experience requires continued building on current foundations that culminates in a journey of the group to another indigenous community outside of Hawaiʻi.
- December 11, 2014
HLS Annual Hōʻike 2015
As a culmination of the Fall semester the Hawaiʻi Life Styles (HLS) Program hosts an annual Fall Hōʻike for their students enrolled in HLS courses. This opportunity is presented for students to gather and share their learning with family, friends, faculty, & staff. This years Hō’ike was held on Thursday, December 11th, 2014.
- December 30, 2014
Kīpaepae Hoʻokuʻu – Doris Chang
- January 8, 2015
Kīpaepae Welina – HawCC New Hires
- January 8, 2015
Kīpaepae Welina – PELP Visit
The President’s Emerging Leaders Program is a professional development opportunity for highly motivated faculty and staff of the University of Hawai‘i that identifies and develops future campus and system leaders. This group of 25 individuals will be visiting the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo and Hawaiʻi Community College. The program will assist participants in establishing a base of knowledge about higher education, and in addition, offer potential leaders a chance to reflect upon their leadership potential and how they might make a difference in our campuses and system.
- January 22, 2015
Pāmaomao Training – Origins & Hei
As an active commitment to a protocols based travel experience, thru connections with indigenous cultures, this training will further bring the group into a collective and personal understanding of the origins that connect people around the world.
For additional information regarding Haʻakūmalae activities, please contact Uluwehi (Jacqueline Van Blarcom) at firstname.lastname@example.org.