To kick off today’s special edition “Victory Drive” show, we hear about a citizen science program called Snap the Shore with Katy Hintzen and Maya Walton from the UH Sea Grant program. Then, after the pledge break, Preshess Willets-Vaquilar from Honolulu Community College’s PCATT program and Carol Kanayama with the Dept of Labor, Workforce Development Division are here to talk about the IT apprenticeship program and workforce development.
First up today, we hear about a couple of upcoming events. Mike Shanahan from the Bishop Museum joins us to tell us about the partial solar eclipse coming next week. Then Samantha Kimsey from Computational Thinkers returns to tell us about their upcoming Spring Break program. Finally, we’ll talk to Steven Auerbach, Director of PCATT, Justin Brown from Kealakehe High School and Jack Fuller from McKinley High School about a national education initiative called Computer Science for All.
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Wayne Lewis from Honolulu Community College to tell us about the upcoming PCATT IT Summit. Finally, we get an update on the Henry Ku’ualoha Giugni digital archive project from Heather Giugni and Robby Omura.
First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then we’ll talk to Monir Hodges about the upcoming class on HTML5 and CSS3 at PCATT. Finally, we’ll check in with the Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems, and get an update on its work with the International Lunar Research Park.