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FEBRUARY 2016

MARCH 2016

APRIL 2016


   February 2016


 

WHAT:

DevLeauge Prep Course
 
 

WHEN:

Number of Classes: 12 classes (48 total hours)

Schedule: Feb 2, 4, 5, 9, 11, 12, 16, 18, 19, 23, 25, 26

Class Time: 6pm – 10pm

WHERE:

Chaminade University Ching Hall Room 254
3140 Waialae Ave Honolulu, HI 96816

DETAILS:

DevLeague Prep is a 4-week deep dive course designed to give beginners with no programming experience an opportunity to learn the basics of coding through an introduction to front-end web development. The coverage of the course includes a hands on and thorough approach to HTML, CSS and JavaScript. All of which are skills necessary as first steps for a career start as a software developer, an industry that is high growth, high-salary and in-demand.

6 Outcomes you’ll get from DevLeague Prep:
1. Acquire the skills necessary to build simple websites
2. Understand the basics of coding common to all programming languages
3. Learn how to solve algorithms and impress your friends
4. Become a more efficient problem solver
5. Gain the prerequisite skills necessary to pass DevLeague’s coding challenge
6. Decide whether a career in programming is right for you

Tuition: $735
Payments must be paid in full to secure a spot (max 20 seats).
Payment must be made by Jan. 31, 2016 to reserve a seat. Tuition is non-refundable. If you are accepted into the DevLeague boot camp, the $735 tuition will be credited toward your DevLeague boot camp tuition.

We cannot guarantee acceptance into our DevLeague boot camp. All applicants must apply and pass the coding challenge to be accepted.

Laptop: You are required to bring your own laptop to class (Mac, Windows or Linux based)

Apply: http://www.devleague.com/apply

For more information, email us at ​contact@devleague.com​ or call us at (808) 859-0917.


 

 WHAT:

AFCEA Luncheon Meeting

WHEN:

 Tuesday, February 9, 2016

11:00 Check in
11:30 Buffet
 

WHERE:

Fort Shafter, Hale Ikena Club

711 Morton Drive, Honolulu, HI 96819

DETAILS:

Rear Admiral Creighton, a native of Ridgefield, Connecticut, graduated in 1988 from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and was commissioned through the NROTC program. She graduated from the Naval Postgraduate School in 1997 with a Master of Science in Information Technology Management. Creighton has served in information dominance billets at all levels, afloat and shore, with multiple command and officer in charge assignments.

Shore assignments have included: Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Atlantic as Fleet Telecommunications Operations Center Watch Officer, Operations Management Officer and Officer in Charge, Naval Telecommunications Center Breezy Point; Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Europe Central as Plans and Requirements Department Head; Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Europe Central, Detachment London, as Officer in Charge; the Joint Staff, Directorate for Command, Control, Communications, and Computer Systems (J6), serving on the Director’s Action Group; and OPNAV N2/N6 as Chief of Staff, Task Force Cyber Awakening.

Fleet assignments have included: Flag Communications Officer to Commander, Carrier Strike Group TWO embarked in USS John F. Kennedy and USS Harry S. Truman; Assistant Chief of Staff for C4 to Commander, Carrier Strike Group TWELVE embarked in USS Enterprise where she completed two Fifth Fleet deployments supporting Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom; and N6/Deputy Maritime Operations Center Director to Fleet Cyber Command/Commander TENTH Fleet.

She commanded both Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Sicily and Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Bahrain.

Creighton is currently serving as the Director for Command, Control, Communications and  Cyber / Joint Cyber Center, U.S. Pacific Command.

She holds various decorations and awards, including two awards of the Legion of Merit and the Defense Meritorious Service Medal.

COST:

$14.00 all Members who Register before 1600 the last Friday before the event.

  $17.00 all Non Members who Register before 1600 the last Friday before the event.

  $20.00 at the door for all Members or Non-Members who have  not pre-registered based on space availability

Click here for more information and to register: http://afcea-hawaii.org/project/february-9th-2016-luncheon/ 


 

WHAT:

DBEDT and Leeward Community College present

2016 Spring Hawaii Small Business Fair

WHEN:

Saturday, February 20, 2016

7:30am-1:10pm

WHERE:

Leeward Community College, Theatre Courtyard, 96-045 Ala Ike Road

Pearl City
Registration begins at 7:30am
 

DETAILS:

Attend the FREE “Secrets to Success” session, and up to three FREE classes (preregistration required) on a wide range of popular business topics from marketing to finance to business planning.

The seminar will cover everything you need to know from industry tech start-ups, manufacturing in Hawaii, agriculture start-ups, copyrights, social media, quickbooks, human resources, accounting to business programs and loans.

Visit the exhibition area, and speak with representatives from the US Small Business Administration (SBA), Hawai’i Small Business Development Center (SBDC), IRS, Business Action Center, Department of Business Economic Development & Tourism, SCORE, State Dept of Transportation, State Department of Taxation, Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Patsy T. Mink Center for Business & Leadership, Pacific Gateway Center, Banks, and many more.

Please pre-register for workshops by February 15, 2016, by clicking here.
Walk-Ins accommodated on a space available basis. Workshop topics subject to change without prior notice.


 

WHAT:

ES&A “Supervisor Saturdays” for Supervisors and Managers:

Recruitment, Interviewing & Selection
Communicating with employees
Attendance & timekeeping
 
 

WHEN:

February 20, 2016

9:00-11:30am

WHERE:

All sessions are held at ES&A’s office in the Pauahi Tower, 1003 Bishop Street, Suite 2750. Parking for our building is off of Alakea Street.

DETAILS:

Managers and supervisors are critical to the success of every organization. We rely on them to run operations smoothly, oversee the day-to-day activities of employees, and minimize workplace problems.  But supervising employees is no simple matter. Managers and supervisors need specialized training to navigate the maze of labor and employment law requirements.

ES&A can help. The law firm, whose focus is on labor, employment, government contracts and grants, and corporate governance, offers a quarterly 3-part series that gives managers and supervisors basic training in key areas. Sessions are led by experienced HR advisors under the direction of licensed, active attorneys.

The cost of each session is $50 per person and includes parking, training materials, and refreshments. Attendees may sign up for one, two or all three sessions in the series.

If you are interested in having your supervisors and managers participate, please contact Victoria Heslin at vheslin@esandalaw.com.  Space is limited to 24 participants per session so call in early.

About ES&A

ES&A, Inc., is a legal services corporation that provides employers and organizations with comprehensive and affordable legal solutions in labor, employment, government contracts and grants, and corporate governance. For more information, please visit us at www.esandalaw.com

ES&A is the sole Hawai`i member of the Employment Law Alliance, the world’s largest network of labor and employment lawyers. ES&A is your link to the ELA, whose members include attorneys in more than 135 countries, all 50 states and each Canadian province, providing multi-state and multi-national companies with seamless and cost-effective services worldwide. Visit: http://www.employmentlawalliance.com


March 2016


WHAT:

AFCEA Luncheon with MG Lawrence Brock,  311th Signal Command (Theater), Commanding General

WHEN:

March 8, 2016

WHERE:

Fort Shafter, Hale Ikena Club, 711 Morton Drive, Honolulu, HI 96819

DETAILS:

Hear from MG Lawrence Brock,  311th Signal Command (Theater), Commanding General.

Cost:

$14.00 Preregistered Members, $17.00 Preregistered Non-Members, $20.00 Walk-In. Preregistration closes at 1600 on the last Friday before the event. Walk-ins are welcome on a space available basis at $20.00 per person.

Click here to register and for more information: http://afcea-hawaii.org/project/march-8th-2016-luncheon-majgen-lawrence-brock/


WHAT:

ES&A “Supervisor Saturdays” for Supervisors and Managers:

 

Conducting Investigations

Coaching, Discipline & Termination
 
 WHEN:

Saturday, March 12, 2016

9:00-11:30am

WHERE:

All sessions are held at ES&A’s office in the Pauahi Tower, 1003 Bishop Street, Suite 2750. Parking for our building is off of Alakea Street.

DETAILS:

Managers and supervisors are critical to the success of every organization. We rely on them to run operations smoothly, oversee the day-to-day activities of employees, and minimize workplace problems.  But supervising employees is no simple matter. Managers and supervisors need specialized training to navigate the maze of labor and employment law requirements.

ES&A can help. The law firm, whose focus is on labor, employment, government contracts and grants, and corporate governance, offers a quarterly 3-part series that gives managers and supervisors basic training in key areas. Sessions are led by experienced HR advisors under the direction of licensed, active attorneys.

The cost of each session is $50 per person and includes parking, training materials, and refreshments. Attendees may sign up for one, two or all three sessions in the series.

If you are interested in having your supervisors and managers participate, please contact Victoria Heslin at vheslin@esandalaw.com.  Space is limited to 24 participants per session so call in early.

About ES&A

ES&A, Inc., is a legal services corporation that provides employers and organizations with comprehensive and affordable legal solutions in labor, employment, government contracts and grants, and corporate governance. For more information, please visit us at www.esandalaw.com

ES&A is the sole Hawai`i member of the Employment Law Alliance, the world’s largest network of labor and employment lawyers. ES&A is your link to the ELA, whose members include attorneys in more than 135 countries, all 50 states and each Canadian province, providing multi-state and multi-national companies with seamless and cost-effective services worldwide. Visit: http://www.employmentlawalliance.com


April 2016


 

WHAT:

YMCA of Honolulu: Healthy Kids Day 2016

WHEN:

Saturday, April 9, 2016

9:00am-2:00pm

WHERE:

Bishop Museum

DETAILS:

Healthy Kids Day is a family event that encourages parents and their children to come out and have fun while learning about being healthy. There are activities, games and prizes for the whole ‘ohana!

Admission is free for Kama’āina and Military with valid ID and includes a free admission to the Bishop Museum and exhibits. Out-of-state guests who wish to enter Bishop Museum will be charged the normal entry fee.

Sponsorships are still available! For additional details, click here.


 

WHAT:

AFCEA Luncheon with Paul Delacourt, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Special Agent-in-Charge

WHEN:

April 12, 2016

11:00 am-1:00pm

WHERE:

Fort Shafter, Hale Ikena Club, 711 Morton Drive, Honolulu, HI 96819

DETAILS:

Hear from Mr. Paul Delacourt, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Special Agent-in-Charge

Cost:

$14.00 Preregistered Members, $17.00 Preregistered Non-Members, $20.00 Walk-In. Preregistration closes at 1600 on the last Friday before the event. Walk-ins are welcome on a space available basis at $20.00 per person.

Click here to register: http://afcea-hawaii.org/project/april-12-2016-luncheon-paul-delacourt/