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is the Hawaiian Studies Academic Subject Certificate (HSASC)
Here at the Hawaiian Studies program we concentrate on enhancing our students learning experience by providing numerous opportunities for career exploration and personal advancement.
Service LearningService learning can be a rewarding experience and there is no shortage of projects for the HSASC student. Partnerships with the Waipa Foundation, Malama Mahaulepu, Kawaikini Charter School and Kauai Community Radio provdie a wide range of learning opportunities for our students to broaden their experience and also explore career possibilities.
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Student FellowshipStudent Fellowship is a major component in the HSASC program. The hawaiian word "Ohana" or family is expressed through the open exchange of ideas, emotions, and opinons between students, faculty, and staff. These exchanges are facilitated through field trips, overnight excursions, Teacher a Student Receptions, and many community service projects available through Ku Pono i Hookahi Hawaii*.
*Ku pono i Hookahi Hawaii is an registered student club of the Hawaiian Students Department at KCC.
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Alternative Career ExplorationThe Alternative Career Exploration program entails the exploration of career opportunities outside the realm of teaching and the academic system, but within the discipline of Hawaiian Studies and Culture.
The HSASC Student has the opportuity to explore different career paths while focusing on the perpetuation of Hawaiian Culture, Values, and Traditions. Through this exploration students will gain basic experience in the following areas:
Media production: Graphic and Web Site Design, Photo and Video Editing, as well as Radio and Television Broadcasting.
Agriculture and Commerce: Kalo Farming, Native plant propagation, Production and Marketing
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