Hawaii’s Non-Profit Leaders: Views on Management and Innovation By: Ryan Leon Bracamontes My interest in business began from a young age since I worked at the local flea market for my family’s personal business. Entering high school, I knew that I wanted to take on more volunteering and internship opportunities in order to learn […]Read More Hawaii’s Non-Profit Leaders: Views on Management and Innovation
Tips for JAIMS Students To help you prepare for your trip to Hawai’i, we invite you to read the following: Transportation Hawai’i (specifically the island of Oahu) is a small place. You can take a trip around the island in less than a day. That said, transportation is limited given the demands of the local […]Read More Tips for JAIMS Students
Hawai’i Living: How to live in Paradise By: Ryan Leon Bracamontes and Dr. Constancio Paranal III Photo from Travel and Leisure (https://www.travelandleisure.com) The thought of moving to a place that has no snow year-round, beautiful beaches and easy living is the dream many seem to have when moving to Hawaii. Although, contrary to belief, living […]Read More Hawai’i Living: How to live in Paradise
That Morning in Paradise by: Dr. Constancio Paranal III PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY ELIZABETH BROCKWAY/THE DAILY BEAST An almost preempted beautiful morning in paradise. In the morning of January 13th, Saturday, Hawai’i residents were woken up by an eerie message on their phones that says, “ Emergency Alert. Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii. Seek immediate […]Read More That Morning in Paradise
A Chance for A Unified Korea: Could this be the start? By: Dr. Constancio Paranal III A historic event shook the world by surprise when North Korea agreed to send a delegation to the Winter Olympics scheduled next month in PyeongChang, South Korea. This was shared in a statement issued by South Korea’s Vice Unification […]Read More A Chance for A Unified Korea: Could this be the start?
Aloha and Mele Kalikimaka, JAIMS Ohana. As we prepare to usher the new year, I wish to share with you what we accomplished this year through your generous support and active participation. We remained true to our mission of contributing to human and economic development of the Asia-Pacific region and Hawai’i by educating and training […]Read More Mele Kalikimaka, JAIMS Ohana!
On August 28, 2017, JAIMS met with the executive team of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hawai’i to discuss potential partnership between the two non-profit organizations. Dr. Constancio Paranal III, JAIMS Director, reached out to Ms. Holly Brown, BBBS Director of Marketing, to explore opportunities for collaboration through the Global Leaders for Innovation […]Read More JAIMS & Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawai’i Partnership
On August 19, 2017, JAIMS stopped by the Institute for Human Services (IHS) to drop donations for its guests. Through its drive, JAIMS was able to solicit 7 bags of clothes that the guests at the Institute of Human Services may use. IHS has long been a partner of JAIMS in delivering some of our programs. […]Read More Community Service: The Joy of Giving
Congratulations to our alumni who are continuing to advance in their respective fields. We would like to showcase three of our alumni who are pursuing bigger and greener pastures to become more effective social innovation agents. Deepak Rao (GLIK2016F – India) – now Director, Strategic Partnership at Media.net Adrian Robles (GLIK2016S – Philippines) […]Read More Congratulations to our JAIMS Bond Alumni!
On July 27, 2017, JAIMS welcomed the Hawaii Kai community to its campus to celebrate one of the hallmarks of being one Ohana. The Livable Hawaii Kai Hui celebrated their Annual Gathering at JAIMS to share and celebrate their recent projects and achievements with the community. The Board of Directors and Officers of Livable Hawaii […]Read More Sense of Ohana