The student-designed Ka Pouhana Mentoring Program has university student mentors paired with faculty members to give individualized support to high school students through their first two years at UH Hilo.
Part of a worldwide event, shirts with messages about domestic violence will be on display at UH Hilo’s Campus Center Plaza Oct. 18-21.
All students are invited to explore this event to discover the multitude of resources available to the Vulcan community.
The program will match students with faculty and community organizations in order to build meaningful networks that support the students through to graduation.
The inaugural Transformation Accelerator Cohort program is designed to help eliminate race, ethnicity, and income as predictors of student success.
During this time of social restrictions for the health and safety of all, there are still many opportunities for students to connect with others, no matter their schedule or proximity to campus.
The UH Hilo Center for Community Engagement is launching a student leadership program founded by the Bonner Foundation, which has a mission to transform students, communities, and campuses through service.