2014/2/24 12:24:37

On February 6, 2014, an award reception was held at Hawaii Tokai International College to honor all Hawaii participants and award winners in the 25th Annual Shizuoka Friendship Postcard Art Contest sponsored by Tokai University Junior College, Shizuoka Campus and Hawaii Tokai International College.

We would like to thank all of you who participated in the contest by sharing your talent, love for art and cultural exchange. We look forward to your participation in the next Shizuoka Friendship Postcard Art Contest and having some new faces join us!

2014/2/3 9:43:00

HTIC would like to congratulate these HTIC graduates for their recent and continuing successes!

Otono Naniwa (Summer 2010 Graduate; Fall 2013 Graduate of Tulane University):

Otono just graduated with a B.A. from the Freeman School of Business at Tulane University in December 2013 with a major in Management and a minor in Accounting.
Of her experience, Otono writes: "What I learned at HTIC really helped me, both with transferring to Tulane and with my graduation there. My first semester at Tulane was really hard. I felt lonely, and study was very hard, but gradually I got use to things. The Business school program was really good. Being a minority there was difficult at first, but it was great getting to know more people from different countries and cultures. I really enjoyed interaction in the classes and speaking English with amazing people! I just graduated December 2013, and I am currently looking for a job!"

Ken Hamanaka (Summer 2010 grad and former Student Government President; May 2013 Graduate of West Virginia University):

Ken graduated from West Virginia University in May 2013, and was then hired as an assistant coach at Lycoming College in Williamsport, PA., which is a Division 3 school.

Ken writes: "What I do is pretty much everything! (lol) ... mainly scouting and video stuff, but assisting [the] head coach, helping recruiting staff, organizing road games (itineraries), equipment stuff, etc... For now, my future plan is to be a head coach for the Japan national team. This may change though. I also went to Estonia last summer with the Division 1 College All Star Team as an assistant/operation guy."

Natsuka Koizumi (Winter 2010 Grad and former Student Government Speaker):

Natsuka majored in psychology at the University of Maryland University College, in Yokota Air Base in Tokyo, Japan.

Natsuka writes: "I am still working at a local elementary school to help the students with their English lessons and at my parents' company. But I was just hired by the City hall. I will start working there from April!"

Yoichi Tamaki (HTIC Winter 2011 Graduate and Tokai University DDP Student)

As you've read already (see article below), Yoichi is studying international relations at Moscow State Institute International Relations (MGIMO) in Moscow, Russia. He is in the first year of his Master's degree program and eventually wants to find a job in Moscow or elsewhere in Russia.

We will post further graduate updates shortly!

2014/1/16 10:20:18

HTIC graduate Yoichi Tamaki (C'11) is currently studying Russian foreign policy as well as international relations between Russia, Japan, and the United States in a graduate program at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations. Recently interviewed for a Russian newspaper, Yoichi explained that Russia and its people continue to fascinate and interest him. (See attached video in Japanese). He is learning a great deal from this experience while becoming a true global citizen!

We, the HTIC learning community, would like to send a warm Aloha to Yoichi, who misses Hawaii's tropical weather and Asian foods!"

2013/11/8 17:43:09

HTIC’s CP Instructor, Rosalie Paradise, successfully completed the 35th Ironman World Championship in Kailua-Kona on the big island of Hawaii on October 12, 2013.

The Ironman World Championship is one of triathlons most iconic events, and it gives athletes the chance to compete on the world stage. This year, over 2,000 athletes from all over the world took on the challenge.

The Ironman World Championship begins with a 2.4 mile (3.8 km) swim in Kailua Bay, followed by a 112 mile (180 km) bike ride battling the wind and heat off the black lava fields along the Queen Ka’ahumanu Highway, and finally ends in a 26.2 (42.2 km) mile run in the intense heat humidity.

“The most difficult part was balancing work with months of training to make it to the start line. The race itself was tough but an amazing experience I’ll never forget. There’s nothing in the world that compares to crossing the finish line,” said Rose.

Rose feels that if you really have the desire to reach a goal, you should never give up and always believe in the Ironman mantra, “ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE!”


2013/9/25 16:29:49

The upcoming Alumni Gathering for the Tokai University Alumni Association Hawaii Chapter and HTIC Alumni Association will be held as follows:

Date/Time: 10/3 (Thurs) 18:30
Place: Hawaii Tokai International College - 19th fl.
Contact Person: Koji (Jet) Nakamura

We hope to see you there!


<< 東海大学同窓会ハワイ支部、およびHTIC同窓会開催のお知らせ>>

日時: 10月3日(木曜日) 18時30分
場所: ハワイ東海インターナショナルカレッジ(HTIC) 19階
連絡先:Koji (Jet) Nakamura


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