Wednesday, October 11, 2017

National History Bee and Bowl: 2017 Oahu Fall History Bee and Bowl will be held at Iolani School in Honolulu, HI on Saturday, October 14.




The National History Bee and Bowl is pleased to announce that its 2017 Oahu Fall History Bee and Bowl will be held at Iolani School in Honolulu, HI on Saturday, October 14. 
This tournament will be held on our C Set of questions. It does not require prior qualification, and is open to all teams and students, including from outside Hawaii, as long as they have not yet played C Set. For further information, please contact the Tournament Coordinator, David Madden, at director@historybowl.com. Thanks, and we look forward to welcoming you and your team to Iolani in October!
Note: During the lunch break, we will offer the National Qualifying Exams for the US Geography Olympiad / International Geography Bee (one exam serves to qualify students for the National Championships of both competitions) and the US History Bee. Both exams cost $10 and can be signed up for on the day of the tournament; pre-registration is not required. Students planning on taking one exam are recommended not to leave during the lunch break (they can bring a lunch or have a teammate get lunch for them). Students planning on taking both exams should definitely plan on staying at the school for lunch.
2016-17 Academic Year Champions
Varsity and JV History Bowl: Iolani E
Varsity History Bee: Ryan Rossio, Punahou
Junior Varsity History Bee: Matthew Sohn, Iolani

Date

October 14, 2017

Address

Question Set

C

Coordinator

Director

John Bickel

Schedule

  • 8:30
    Doors Open, Check-In Begins
  • 8:50
    Please Arrive By This Time!
  • 8:55
    Opening Meeting
  • 9:25
    History Bowl Round 1
  • 10:05
    History Bowl Round 2
  • 10:45
    History Bowl Round 3
  • 11:25
    History Bee Opening Meeting
  • 11:45
    History Bee Round 1
  • 12:10
    History Bee Round 2
  • 12:35
    History Bee Round 3
  • 12:55
    Lunch / US Geography Olympiad / US History Bee Qualifying Exam
  • 1:55
    History Bowl Round 4
  • 2:30
    History Bowl Round 5
  • 3:15
    History Bee Finals
  • 4:05
    History Bowl Quarterfinals / JV Semifinals
  • 4:45
    History Bowl Semifinals / JV Finals
  • 5:20
    History Bowl Finals
  • 5:45
    End

Teams

  • 1: Iolani A
  • 2: Iolani B
  • 3: Iolani C
  • 4: Iolani D
  • 5: Iolani E *
  • 6: Iolani F *
  • 7: Iolani G *
  • 8: Mid Pacific Institute
  • 9: Henry J. Kaiser
  • 10: McKinley A
  • 11: McKinley B
  • 12: McKinley C
  • 13: Team Big Island

Sponsors

  • History Education Hawaii

Monday, September 18, 2017

The National Council for History Education and The Fritz Fischer Scholarship Fund are pleased to offer scholarships to attend the NCHE National Conference






The National Council for History Education
and
The Fritz Fischer Scholarship Fund

are pleased to offer scholarships to attend the 
NCHE National Conference

What the Scholarships Provide
Conference Registration (A $200 Value)
Full Year of Membership in NCHE (A $50 Value)
$50 towards Enrichment Excursions & Events

Who is Eligible
All K-12 History Teachers

Interested?
Contact John Csepegi to learn how to apply
and what is required of scholarships recipients

The deadline to apply is December 15, 2017.

Monday, August 7, 2017

First Day to School for the 2017-2018 Year



We pause for a moment to wish our teachers, students, school administrators and staff a pleasant, safe and successful first day of classes in Hawaii! As the month progresses more of our private schools will also be returning to their respective classrooms.

In case you have not noticed HEH has been quiet for much of the calendar year. Very soon History Education Hawaii will have some important announcements -including a one-of-a-kind service that we hope will bring history educators, students, museum staff and leaders together as never before. Stay tuned! 

Friday, June 23, 2017

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Volunteer and Program Coordinator at Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives




Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archive
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
Position: Volunteer and Program Coordinator
Location: Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives
Salary: $32,500
Status: Full time with benefits
Opening Date: June 16, 2017
Closing Date: July 12, 2017
Reports to: Curator of Public Programs 

Position Summary: This position recruits and trains volunteers, develops and coordinates evening Mele programs, and provides backup for all other public programs including site and school tours.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Recruits and trains volunteers and interns to support various staffing needs of the HMH.
Seeks requests from staff for interns or volunteers for special events, other projects and general staff assistance.
Develops recruitment materials for a variety of media and collaborates with the Communications Specialist to place the materials.
Follows-up, screens and interviews all volunteer or intern leads.
Conducts general volunteer training; revises volunteer training manual as needed.
Schedules volunteers and tracks hours. 
Plans and conducts volunteer recognition programs.
Schedules docents as needed and periodically leads site tours.
Oversees development of and coordinates evening Mele programs and assists with all other public programs.
Coordinates all planning for evening Mele programs and other events as requested.
Oversees staff, volunteers, and contractors for Mele programs.
Provides assistance and supervision for other programs including daily and school tours as requested.
Obtains liquor licenses for all HMH events.
Assists with grant writing and fundraising for programs.
Represents HMH to the community and profession as appropriate.
Establishes and nurtures a network of relationships with educators, program managers, and community organizations to ensure thoughtful and well-attended programs.
Demonstrates continuous effort to improve operations and work cooperatively to provide the best possible experience for the visitors.
Cheerfully performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
B.A. in Museum Studies, History, American Studies, Hawaiian Studies, Pacific Island Studies, or Anthropology from an accredited college or university preferred. 
Volunteer management certification and/or two years of volunteer program management experience preferred
Knowledge of Hawaiian performing traditions and interest in Hawaiian history
Knowledge of current historic preservation, and interpretation principles and practices.
Ability to network effectively to recruit volunteers and interns.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Ability to participate in multiple projects and demands simultaneously.
Strong interpersonal skills, ability to develop relationships and communicate with the public and management.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. 
Flexibility to work Tuesday – Saturday including occasional evenings. 
Ability to lift fifty pounds and supervise program set-up.

Employer Information:
Hawaiian Mission Houses is centrally located in downtown Honolulu and is designated as a National Historic Landmark. The one-acre campus includes the two oldest houses in the State of Hawaii and the largest collection of Hawaiian language books in the world. It also includes the research archives, visitor center, and store. 
Mission: Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives preserves the heritage and interprets the stories of the American Protestant Missionaries, their descendants, and their relationships with the people and cultures of Hawai`i, connecting with contemporary life, and encouraging a deeper understanding and appreciation for the complex history of Hawai`i.

How to Apply:
To apply for this position, please e-mail cover letter and résumé, and two brief writing samples to lsolomine@missionhouses.org indicating “Volunteer and Program Coordinator Position” on subject line. Or send your application to: Hawaiian Mission Houses, 553 South King St., Honolulu, HI 96813-3002, Attn: Volunteer and Program Coordinator Position. FAX: 808-545-2280.