When: April 4, 2015 / 3 – 5pm
Cyber Hui, a community of Hawaii Cyber security professionals dedicated to sharing skills and knowledge with middle school, high school and college students is hosting a Social on April 4th, 2015 from 3 to 5pm. This event will bring together the coaches, mentors, and students that participated in CyberPatriot VII. CyberPatriot is the National Youth Cyber Education Program sponsored by the Air Force Association. At the center of CyberPatriot is the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition. The event is open to all. From noobs to hackers, come out and socialize/network with other mentors/coaches/students.
The social will be held at Referentia Systems Incorporated, 155 Kapalulu Pl #200.
More Info and Registration can be found at http://www.cyberhui.org/news/cyberhuisocial
Young AFCEAN Program Award
1st Lt Kyle Rimando, USAF
The Distinguished Young AFCEAN Award
Major Joseph Watson, USAF
The Emerging Leadership Award
AFCEA Hawaii is proud to announce our chapter was selected for one of the Young AFCEA Program of the year Award along with two of our local chapter Young AFCEAN being nominated Award Winners. Thank you Major Joseph Watson, USAF, United State Air Force, and 1st Lt Kyle Rimando, USAF, United States Airf Force for your support, time volunteered, and dedication to promoting the Young AFCEANs in Hawaii.
AFCEA Hawaii is made up of over 700 members representing the military, federal government, and industry. Though we may have diverse backgrounds, our unified goal is to support the mission of AFCEA and ultimately, the security of our great nation.
Through the AFCEA Hawaii Educational Foundation,we are committed to give over $100,000 a year in scholarships, grants and awards. AFCEA Hawaii has given nearly $300,000 in the last three years and over $500,000 in its history to enhance learning and education initiatives.
Senior Government Leader of the Month
Executive of the Month
Young AFCEAN of the Month
AFCEAN of the Month
Student of the Month (Award is not presented during months when schools are not in session).
The 29th Annual TechNet Asia-Pacific (TNAP) Conference and Exposition, the largest of its kind in the region, was held December 9 through 11, 2014, at the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Themed this year as “Assured Interoperability,” keynote speakers, panel moderators and panelists discussed defense policies and challenges in the Asia-Pacific region and their relevance to both Industry and Government. 150 industry exhibitors demonstrated products and solutions to meet the Services’ requirements and needs. Student exhibitors from around the state displayed their robotics and cyber projects.
AFCEA Hawaii Quick Links
Join AFCEA HawaiiMembership in AFCEA provides access to an unrivaled forum for public and private sector professionals in the communications, intelligence and information technology arenas to interact and share ideas.
AFCEA Hawaii hold luncheons, networking events, mentorship programs, and conferences to keep its members up-to-date on the state of their industry.
Members also benefit from a subscription to SIGNAL Magazine, AFCEA’s professional journal.SIGNAL is a monthly publication that is available in both print and digital editions and provides in-depth, relevant and timely news in the communications and information technology realms of the defense, intelligence and global security communities.
AFCEA Hawaii Monthly Luncheons
$14.00 for all Members who Register by 1600 on the last Friday before the event
$17.00 for all Non Members who Register by 1600 on the last Friday before the event
Walk-in’s are welcome on a space available basis at $20.00 per person
We plan to hold all of our luncheons at the Hale Ikena on Fort Shafter(Bldg 711)
Nominate Candidates for Monthly Awards
AFCEA Hawaii recognizes five individuals each month and present their awards January through October during our Monthly Luncheon Events.
Monthly Award Category
Award Selection Process and Form
Award Selection Process
During the first two weeks of every month, the AFCEA Hawaii Vice President for Awards (VP Awards) will solicit nominations from the membership for the above awards. The VP Awards will forward the list of nominees to the Chapter Officers and Board of Directors to complete the selection process, voting to be completed prior to the end of the month.
The AFCEA Hawaii membership will be able to nominate candidates for the selected awards, except for Student of the Month. Nominations are entered via the AFCEA Hawaii website with:
(1) the nominator’s contact information; and
(2) the nominee’s contact information, to include title and company/division name.
(3) a short statement supporting the nomination;
Current members of the AFCEA Hawaii Executive Committee (Board of Directors and Officers) are not eligible for nomination.
Although individuals may be nominated as often as warranted by as many members as possible, no one candidate will be selected for a specific award more than once in a calendar year.
The VP Awards will announce the winners at the Monthly Officers’ Meeting prior to the Monthly Luncheon.
The winners will be contacted and asked for a short bio and the names of their guests who will also be invited to the luncheon where the awards will be presented. Should any of the winners not be able to attend the luncheon, the awards will be announced and presented at a later luncheon.
Award Nomination Form