Student Training Program “Climbs HI”

By MidWeek
November 15, 2023

Pictured are Farrington High School students (front, from left) Jaden Manibog, Hyacinth Relosimon and Jace Apuya, and (back) Stephanie Dalinoc, Dayna Robinson, Angelika Agodong, Sofia Tadifa, Clareese Lopez, Aila Galario, Ally Lazo and Dearest Edgar.
Fifty Farrington High School students were awarded Lean Six Sigma Certifications during a school ceremony on September 28. The juniors and seniors volunteered at this year’s Made in Hawaiʻi Festival, helping with setup, check-in, customer service and parking management. Then they integrated those experiences by creating presentations on how to improve the guest check-in process for future events.

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