Thank you to the Hawai’i State Archive

Last day at the Hawai'i State Archive (September 2014). I'm so grateful to have spent the last 10 months working as a volunteer at the Hawai'i State Archive and am sad to say goodbye in order to focus on my studies in the last two semesters of my MLISc degree. It was my [...]

By |2017-06-20T08:58:27+13:45September 11th, 2014|Archives & Special Collections, Latest News, Volunteer Work|0 Comments

April: National Volunteer Month

Become a Virtual Volunteer! Did you know that April is National Volunteer Month? This month, try to find ways to seek out imaginative ways to engage in your community! I'm sure you're probably thinking, "When do I have time in my schedule to volunteer?" I know that with work, school, and family it can be particularly [...]

By |2017-06-20T09:04:28+13:45March 23rd, 2014|Awards & Grants, Latest News, Volunteer Work|0 Comments

Reference Assistance at Sinclair Library

Serving at the reference table in Sinclair Library, May 2013, Finals Week with Danielle Todd, organizer. At the end of each academic semester, the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Sinclair Library partners with the Student Success Center with the aim of creating a productive, stress-free study atmosphere during the busiest weeks of the [...]

2013 Chinatown Scrub Down

“HPU student Drew Cook sweeps while UH volunteer Kimberly Jackson cleans along Pauahi Street.” Photo by: Dennis Oda, On Saturday, October 19, 2013, I joined about 130 other volunteers to help cleanup Chinatown in Honolulu, Hawai’i. We spent the morning picking up trash, sweeping and cleaning windows and received many thanks from business owners and [...]

By |2017-06-20T09:11:24+13:45October 21st, 2013|Latest News, Volunteer Work|0 Comments