Hawaii Pacific University | Outreach Programs

Outreach Programs

We extend HPU's mission as an international learning community built on an American liberal arts foundation. We are eager to share our robust experience with diverse individuals and groups seeking to develop dynamic academic, cultural, and professional collaborations. 

HPU Outreach Programs include camps, conferences, courses, workshops, and more. Activities may be non-credit or for-credit. Upcoming Programs include:

  • Human Resources Certification Prep Course held at our Waterfront Plaza location from September - December 2022. The HRCP Program for PHR® and SPHR® exam preparation featured five units, one covering each functional area of the exam.
  • STEM Summer Camp for Girls - June 19 - 25, 2022
  • Our partnership with the Institute for Reading Development to offer LIVE ONLINE Reading Skills Programs (http://hpu.readingclasses.orgto help students in our community build strong skills and develop a deep love of reading. There are classes starting right away to help students keep learning, keep reading, and, importantly, keep connecting with other kids in this challenging time.  To learn more or enroll, visit http://hpu.readingclasses.org or call 1-800-949-5013.

 

HPU also offers specialized programs for international groups interested in content-rich English language experiences along with exposure to features of Hawaiian and American culture. These programs are developed by TESOL faculty.

 

28th ANNUAL HAWAI'I ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP®) SUMMER INSTITUTE AT HPU

HAWAI'I PACIFIC UNIVERSITY
JUNE 27 - 30, 2022

Gain the knowledge and tools to strengthen your high school course. This four-day professional development event brings together colleagues from all over the world to discuss course-specific content, instructional strategies, course organization and methods for promoting greater student participation in AP.
Sessions led by College Board-endorsed subject experts equip new and experienced educators with effective resources and best practices to bring back to their schools.

Institute participants will:

  • Attend face-to-face sessions that serve as a forum for discussing important topics, including strategies for teaching students at beginning or intermediate levels
  • Receive course resources, plans and assignments
  • Review previous AP Exams and sample student responses
  • Learn how to refresh and improve existing AP courses