Instructor Paul McDonnell takes students through the current Hawaii Driver’s Manual so they obtain the knowledge needed to pass the learner’s permit or written portion of the driver’s license test in Hawaii
Being prepared for any form of severe weather on islands like the Hawaiian Islands is essential. Hurricanes, while direct strikes are rare, pass by Hawaii frequently. It is the CSC’s goal to have a resource center that is clear, informative,
Learn about Usher’s Syndrome from Kon Davis as he shares about his experiences, frustrations, and successes.
Job Club will teach you job, occupation, and business skills. We will cover how to make a resume, get job search support, practice interview techniques, develop workplace skills, and more!
This course is designed for anyone to improve or review the basics of ASL, including appropriate use of expressions and Deaf culture.
Your hands are used for many reasons, but, if you have never used American Sign Language… You are missing out! Come and learn with us!
The “Real World Numbers” class is a combination of functional English and Functional Math level courses.
This event is best suited for families of children who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Deaf-Blind, or Deaf-Plus.
CSC presents KODA Social Day with James Lambrecht and Emilia Daquioag.
The following topics will be covered: Health Care, Your Doctor, Medicines, Nutrition, Chronic Diseases, and Staying Healthy.