HTI’s Pharmacy Technician Program in Waianae

Hawaii Technology Institute (HTI) is collaborating with the Waianae Health Academy to offer the Pharmacy Technician Program at the Waianae Health Academy beginning January 2010. This partnership is exciting for both organizations as they collaborate to enhance the training and employment options for residents on the Waianae Coast.

Professional development and ethics, life skills and computer classes will be integrated into the Pharmacy Technician program to provide students with the knowledge and skills they will need to enter careers as pharmacy technicians in various healthcare settings.

“There is so much power and influence in working together for the development of our communities. Where resources permit, HTI will continue to provide training and education services that will positively impact the lives of students HTI is privileged to serve,” says Naomi Digitaki, HTI’s President / CEO and a Waianae Coast resident.

The Pharmacy Technician Program will be held 3 days a week from 9AM –4PM beginning January 2010. If you are interested in enrolling in the Pharmacy Technician Program, please contact the Hawaii Technology Institute at (808) 522-2700 or email info@hti.edu

"Keep Your Library Open" Fundraising Campaign & Reminder Re: Furlough Fridays @ Waianae Library

Furlough Fridays @ Waianae Library

Open to students age 13 and under

Come to the library and sign up!!!!

Visit Waianae Library on December 4, 11, and 18.
Check out books and get a prize!

Call the library 697-7868 for more information. Open from 1pm to 5pm.

Please also support the “Keep Your Library Open” fundraising campaign aimed at stopping the threatened closure of libraries, such as Waianae Library, on certain days of the week. Tax deductible monetary donations will also be used for purchasing library materials, core services, programs, and operational expenses, and can be mailed to:

Hawaii State Public Library System
Office of the State Librarian
44 Merchant St.
Honolulu, HI 96813

For more information, and to monitor the progress of the fundraising campaign, visit: http://www.librarieshawaii.org