Schatz Selects Two West Oahu Interns
U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz has announced his choice of 15 Hawaii teens for his 2015 Seniors Internship Program, based out of his Honolulu office.
The list includes West Oahu students Jordan Bell of Kapolei High and Adrien Magpoc of American Renaissance Academy, along with six other public school seniors and seven from private schools throughout the state. They were selected based on community involvement, diversity of interests and demonstrated leadership qualities.
“Our Schatz Seniors are some of the most active and community-engaged high school students in our state,” Schatz said.
“I look forward to working with this year’s class as they continue to develop useful civic leadership skills that they can apply in their schools and communities.”
While working with the senator’s outreach staff here, the new interns will attend and assist at special events co-hosted by Schatz and must maintain a 2.0 grade-point average.
For details on the next internship program, principals and counselors may call 523-2061 or visit schatz.senate.gov.
Dog trainers Ted Ketcham and Allyson Calamayan from Leeward Training Club pose for a photo with pups Taylor and Tyke at Pause for Paws Pet ID Fair hosted Nov. 22 by Campbell High School with help from Hawaiian Humane Society. The fair featured $10 on-site microchipping, custom pet ID tags, pet adoptions, games and more. See more photos on Pages 24-25. Photo by Tony Grillo.