Join YES for a fun hike on Saturday, April 22nd. RSVP to 462-2144
Family Programs Hawaii has launched a new service that is designed to help guide native Hawaiian and at risk youth to successfully prepare for and enter post secondary education or training. Interested? Call Scott 726-5687 or Kelly 726-6049
• Independent living skills
• Vocational and educational assistance
• Career and interest exploration
• Employment training
• Setting educational or vocational goals
• Support in choosing, applying for, and enrolling in educational or vocational training
• Assistance in completing financial aid forms and scholarship applications
• Educational advising, tutoring, training, and monthly progress meetings
The Hawaii Dental Association is planning a free dental clinic for kids on Feb. 25th at the Waikiki Health Clinic on Makahiki Way (near Old Stadium area). The project — called Give Kids a Smile — is a 15-year-old program through the ADA Foundation that was brought to the state by the HDA Young Dentist Group as one of the association’s many efforts of reaching out to under served communities. HDA aims to use this program as a way to address the issue of Hawaii’s keiki having one of the highest rates of cavities in the nation due to untreated tooth decay.
Now in its third year in Hawaii, the Give Kids A Smile event is on Saturday, February 25, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Makahiki Medical and Dental Clinic located in the McCully-Moiliili area. All children 18 and under are welcome and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The free dental clinic will provide keiki with dental screenings, teeth cleanings, and topical fluoride treatment. If additional dental services are needed, families without a dental home will be offered guidance on where they can seek dental treatment. The event will also feature entertainment and giveaways for its young guests.
The Honolulu Chapter of Executive Women International (EWI®) has announced its 2017-2018 Adult Students in Scholastic Transition (ASIST) Program. The ASIST scholarship is available to adults facing economic, social, or physical challenges, who are looking to improve their situation through educational opportunities. Applications are now being accepted through April 14, 2017. Theywill be awarding a total of $20,000 in scholarship assistance this year to adults residing on Oahu who are in transitional situations and in need of financial aid to further their education.
The criteria to be used to pre-screen the candidates are as follows:
- Financial need
- Socially, physically and economically disadvantaged adults
- Heads of households with small children
- Displaced homemakers
The recipients may select the career path of choice, and any assistance received is an award, not requiring repayment. Awards will be distributed to the educational providers by the Executive Women International Honolulu Chapter.
Utilize the Submission Checklist to verify all necessary documents. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Refer to the Honolulu website at: www.ewihonolulu.org or corporate website at www.ewiconnect.com for more information.
Making Diamonds Prom Conference will be held on Saturday, March 4th from 1 to 4pm at Anchor Church in Kaneohe. They are trying to reach high school age girls 13-19 years old who are in foster care, transitional facilities, shelters, etc. The first 150 girls to register will get a free gown to wear to prom! The event includes speakers, a fashion show, pupus, prizes, a photo booth, hair and makeup demos and more. Visit their web site for more info http://www.alohadreamcenter.com/
Or register for the conference at the link here: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0d4dafad2fa4f94-princesses