To our Alumni Community,
It is my honor to serve as the president of the Mid-Pacific Institute Alumni Association (MPIAA). Over my career while working to achieve success, I always reflect back at the foundation that helped me be whom I am. That foundation was Mid-Pacific. I look forward to working with all of our alums to help, support and build an association based on the spirit of Alumni Helping Alumni (AHA!). Through our collective spirit of progress we will help Mid-Pacific achieve greatness. The MPIAA Board is a group of eighteen accomplished alumni representing many distinct areas in our community. The board feels a deep commitment to function as a best-practice association that represents all alumni and advances and supports Mid-Pacific. We will achieve this by perpetuating positive, lasting relationships and fellowship among our alumni. Owls for Owls! I am excited to see how we all help each other make a difference. Our focus is to engage, communicate and fundraise to contribute the heart to an education only available at today's Mid-Pacific -- Humble Innovators. Brave Artists. Compassionate Individuals. I would like to encourage all of you to get involved. "Owls for Owls!" Taking care of our own.
RE-NEW - RE-ENGAGE - RE-ENERGIZE
Marc Nakamoto '91
President, Mid-Pacific Institute Alumni Association
The MPIAA welcomes all alumni (graduates and non-graduates) to participate and/or volunteer at any alumni-related events on- and off-campus! If you are interested in getting more involved, please contact the Heidi Bow '91, Director of Alumni Relations in the Alumni Relations Office at (808) 973-5007 or email@example.com.
MPIAA Alumni Legacy Scholarships
The MPIAA is happy to introduce the new Alumni Legacy Scholarships this year which are offered to new and returning students entering grades 6-12. These partial scholarships for up to $5,000 each can be renewable each year, and will be awarded to students who are legacy* students and demonstrate good character and significantly contribute to Mid-Pacific Institute. Students must also demonstrate financial need and go through the school's financial aid application process.
*Legacy students have a parent, grandparent, great-grandparent, and/or great-great-grandparent, who have graduated from Mid-Pacific Institute.
Application Deadline: January 31, 2017
2016-2017 MPIAA Board Officers
Marc Nakamoto '91, President
David Taga '96, Vice-President
Kelly Park '96, Secretary
Curt Yoshimura '85, Treasurer
2015-2016 MPIAA Board of Directors
Marci (Lieberman) Awaya '92
Daniel Ihara '81
Miye Ishii '92
Kari Ann Kanbe '77
Mildred (Saito) Kimura '63
Wayne Kishinami '61
Karen (Kawano) Koles '63
Hovey Lambert '69
Galen Narimatsu '55
Shayna (Lum) Robertson '00
Stephen "Alex" Screen '86
Dale (Oshio) Shaughnessy '00
Michelle (Aki) Shigezawa '78
Shane Toguchi '00
MPIAA Purpose and Relationship to Mid-Pacific Institute
a) To promote the welfare and advance the mission, vision, goals, and interests of Mid-Pacific Institute
b) To promote and develop good relationships and fellowship among the alumni
Mission Statement: The MPIAA is committed to supporting Mid-Pacific Institute, while perpetuating positive and lasting relationships among the alumni.
Vision Statement: The MPIAA will promote the school, an educational institution of excellence academically, athletically, artistically, spiritually, and technologically by building and maintaining relationships with students and alumni so that they each develop a sense of pride, honor, loyalty, and responsibility toward Mid-Pacific.
Social Media Connections
LinkedIn: Join our networking group for alumni and the future alumni of Mid-Pacific Institute. Alumni Helping Alumni (AHA!), a place to exchange ideas, news, information and foster relationships. Visit: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8511991
Facebook: Be sure to "like" our Mid-Pacific Alumni Facebook Page to get the latest news and alumni updates. Visit: https://www.facebook.com/midpacalumni/
Instagram: Follow @midpacificalumni on Instagram to see shared memories, events and special places on campus.