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The Values of Ka Lama Ku and The Leadership Challenge

Location: Campus Center 306

Come and join us for an hour long interactive session on The 5 Values of Ka Lama Ku and it's relationship to The Leadership Challenge. This informative session is open to students, faculty and staff who want to learn more about how Ka Lama Ku values are seamlessly integrated into the national Leadership Challenge program.
UH Hilo students who attend can also register for The Leadership Challenge training being held this Fall semester. This training session is part of the Ka Lama Ku Certificate of Leadership Series. Sponsored by the Campus Center Student Leadership Development Program and the Campus Center Fee Board.

Special Restrictions: Must be currently registered UH Hilo student with validated ID card to participate.

For more information, contact: bergknut@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7377

Tags: Ka Lama Ku Leadership Campus Center Leadership Challenge Certificate Campus Center Fee Board

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