MAUI/MOLOKA'I/LĀNA'I

 EDUCATION RESOURCES

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Ua ao Hawai‘i ke ‘ōlino nei mālamalama.
Hawai‘i is enlightened, for the brightness of day is here.
Hawai‘i is in an era of education.

MAUI/MOLOKA‘I/LĀNA‘I HIGH SCHOOL/GED/C-BASED RESOURCES

www.bgchmaui.org
  • After school program that provides members in middle school and high school students time to complete their homework with limited distractions
  • Program is an hour long, but study space is always available
  • Staff is available to assist members if they have questions about homework
  • Must have valid BGCM membership ID
  • Annual membership is $5 per year at each location:
  • Transportation assistance available for youth through the Maui Economic Opportunity (MEO)
Competency-Based (C-Based) High School Diploma Program or General Education Development (GED) diploma through the Maui Community School for Adults
179 Kaʻahumanu Street, Kahului, HI 96732
☎ 808-873-3082
http://doe.k12.hi.us/communityschools/diplomas.htm
  • Office open Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 4:30pm

 

Hawaiʻi Job Corps
500 Ike Dr., Makawao, HI 96768
☎ 808-579-8450
http://maui.jobcorps.gov/home.aspx

A self-paced 12- to 24-month program for young people ages 16 to 24 that offers no-cost education and career technical training and advanced training programs in:

  • Automotive Repair
  • Business Office Technology
  • Culinary Arts
  • Facilities Maintenance
  • Health Occupations / Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
  • Landscaping
  • Medical Office Support
  • Painting
  • Provides academic training in basic reading and math along with courses in independent living and employability skills
  • Qualified students will obtain their GED / high school diploma
  • Students can be either a resident or non-resident
  • On-site childcare available for non-resident students
  • Students receive a living allowance twice a month, free meals, and  access to a wellness center
  • Graduates receive $1,000 transition allowance, job placement assistance and career counseling for up to nine months
  • Campuses in Waimānalo, Oʻahu and Makawao, Maui
  • Contact HawaiʻiJob Corps Admissions Office at ☎ 808-259-3220

 

MAUI/MOLOKA‘I/LĀNA‘I COLLEGE RESOURCES

IBS School of Cosmetology and Massage
110 East Kaahumanu Avenue, Suite 201, Kahului, HI 96732
☎ 808-214-5293
maui@ibs-or.com
www.ibs-or.com/

  • Offers a full range of courses in Hair Dressing, Esthetics, Nail Technology, Cosmetology, Barbering, Massage, and Beauty Instructor Training
  • $125 Application and Registration Fee for all Program

Tuition costs (including books and kits):

  • Hair Dressing:  $11,825
  • Esthetics:  $5,955
  • Nail Technology:  $5,890
  • Cosmetology:  $18,020
  • Barbering: $11,825
  • Massage:  $3,905
  • Beauty Instructor Training: $3,325
  • Not an approved institution for DHS Higher Education Board Allowance Payments, FAFSA, or Kamehameha Schools
 

University of Hawaiʻi Maui College (UHMC)
310 Kaʻahumanu Ave., Kahului 96732
☎ 808-479-6692
http://maui.hawaii.edu

  • Bachelor of Applied Science (BS) Degrees in Applied Business and Information Technology, Engineering Technology, Sustainable Science Management
  • Associate of Arts (AA)Degrees in Liberal Arts, Hawaiian Studies
  • Associate of Science (AS) Degrees in Early Childhood Education, Electronic & Computer Engineering Technology, Human Services, Natural Science, Biology, Physical, Dental Hygiene, Nursing
  • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degrees in Accounting, Administration of Justice, Agricultural & Natural Resources, Auto Body Repair and Painting, Automotive Technology, Business Careers, Business Technology, Information Processing Specialty, Medical Assistant II, Culinary Arts, Fashion Technology, Hospitality & Tourism, Sustainable Construction Technology
  • Academic Subject Certificates in Hawaiian Studies, Visual Arts, Marine Options, Institute of Hawaiian Music
  • Health-Related Certificate Programs in Nurse Assistant, Dental Assisting, Adult Residential Care Home Operator, Medical Assistant (CPD), Pharmacy Technician, Health Navigator / Community Health Worker, Therapeutic Activity Aide I & II
  • 2015-2016 tuition: $120 per credit; $1,440 per semester for 12 credits (full-time)
  • Apply by August 1st for Fall; December 15th for Spring
  • UHMC Disability Services offers assistance to persons with disabilities.  Contact Disability Coordinator Lisa Deneen (☎ 808-984-3227) (ldeneen@hawaii.edu) or visit website maui.hawaii.edu/disability/.

 

University of Hawai‘i Maui College (UHMC)
Lāna‘i Education Center
329 7th Street, P.O. Box 630648, Lāna‘i City, HI 96763
☎ 808-65-7266
www.maui.hawaii.edu
  • Classes vary depending on the needs of the students attending college

 

University of Hawaiʻi Maui College (UHMC)
Molokaʻi, 310 375 Kamehameha V. Hwy., P.O. Box 440, Kaunakakai, HI 96748
☎ 808-553-4490
www.maui.hawaii.edu/molokai

Offers Associates degrees and vocational training:

  • Agriculture and Natural Resources(AAS)
  • Business Careers (AAS)
  • Human Services (AS)
  • Liberal Arts (AA)
  • Hawaiian Studies (Academic Subject Certificate)Nurse Aide Training (Certificate of Competence)
  • Tuition $1,440 per semester for 12 credits ($120 per credit)
  • Apply By August 1st for Fall or December 15th for Spring