Hawai‘i's Diversity and Its Challenges

Ethnic diversity makes Hawai‘i unique compared to the rest of the United States. While this diversity enriches our state, it does present challenges to the various multi-ethnic communities, including providing language-accessible communication to all.

 

Providing Services In Hawai‘i for Over 30 Years

Ethnic Education Hawai‘i (EEH) has been a part of Hawai’i’s community for over 30 years. Our goal is to ensure those who lack proficiency with the English language have access to information in their own languages and to support the successful participation and integration of immigrants and others with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) into our multi-ethnic community.

11.0% of Hawai‘i's Population has Limited English Proficiency (LEP)

In 2022, 11.0% of Hawaiʻi’s population 5 years or older spoke English less than “very well.” This shows that there are challenges in being able to communicate with 1 in every 10 people in our state in English.

Non-English Public Broadcasting & Communications

With Ethnic Education Hawai‘i, we want to make public communication and broadcasting accessible to a significant part of the population who are not proficient in English. We aim to provide resources in the different languages that spoken and used across the state.

Announcements & Events

FilCom Center Seeks New Executive Director

Are you ready to lead and make a meaningful impact in the largest and fastest-growing Filipino community in Hawaii? The Filipino Community Center (FilCom) is looking for an Executive Director to lead the administration of vibrant Waipahu-based gathering place.

As the Executive Director, you will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of FilCom, overseeing a diverse array of responsibilities including fiscal management, fundraising, public relations, communications, strategic planning, program development, and more. Since its inception in 2002, FilCom has been a cornerstone of the Filipino community, providing social and educational services while proudly perpetuating Filipino culture throughout the state.

We are seeking dynamic candidates with a bachelorʻs degree and at least 10 years of management experience. Additional experience with fundraising, financial management, property management, marketing and events is preferred. The ideal candidate must have a deep understanding, connection, and commitment to the local Filipino community. If you are passionate about making a difference, eager to lead a dynamic environment, and ready to immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Filipino culture, then this opportunity is for you. Apply now and be a part of something truly extraordinary at the heart of Hawaii’s Filipino community.

View qualifications and job details: https://bit.ly/FilComExecutiveDirector

Submit your application: https://bit.ly/FilCom-ED-App