Skal International Hawaii

International Association of Travel and Tourism Professionals

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About Young Skal

Young Skal was created by Skal International in 1999 with the aim of creating a greater awareness of Skal International by those young people studying for or training in the various sectors of the travel and tourism industry.

Young Skal is a category of Skal International specifically for students and young professionals directly related to the travel and tourism industry. Skal Hawaii - Young Skal membership is open to those students and young professionals between the ages of 21 through 35.

It is a restricted Skal International category and as such Group members are not entitled to full Skal International membership, to hold office, or to vote in sponsoring club or at any level in Skal International. Group members can attend only attend national or international congresses or meetings as an accompanying person of an active or life member of Skal International, unless specifically invited.

Objectives of Young Skal

To devlop friendship and common purpose between the students of the educational establishment, by participating in areas related to the tourism industry, and also in cultural, sports, travel and public relations activities.

  1. To encourage and assist in the tourism education or experience of the members by participating in activities and meeting members of Skal International Hawaii.

  2. To cooperate voluntarily in all activities and the organization set up by Skal International Hawaii.

  3. To promote training opportunities for its members and to aquire professional experience with the support of Skal International.

  4. To ensure that its members are fully aware of Skal International, locally, nationally and internationally.

  5. To participate in an international network of Young Skal Groups. Young Skal is open to all young professionals training for or working in the industry between the ages of 20 years of age and 29 years and have been in the industry for a minimum of two years.

Become a Young Skal

The requirements to become a Young Skal member are:

  1. Student at an accredited educational institution that grants a degree, diploma or certificate upon completion of studies.

  2. Young professional training or working in the industry.

  3. At least 20 years of age and not older than 29.

  4. Agree with and accept the objectives and regulations of the Young Skal Group.

  5. Successfully complete the application process for Young Skal.

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Mission of Young Skal

Young Skal is to enroll all persons training or working in the sales and/or promotion of tourism worldwide into the movement. The objective is to welcome them into the world of Skal International and make them familiar with its values; Friendship Peace, Solidarity, and promoting common, local and international interests in the Tourism Industry. Ensuring that once a management position is reached, the Young Skalleague will continue to support the movement strongly, its ideals and principals and by being a leader, to proactively transform the environment in which he/she live.

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Hawaii's Accredited Educational Institutions

Skal Members from Each Campus - Young Skal Advisors

Junwook Chi, PhD.

Assistant Professor in Transportation

School of Travel Industry Management

University of Hawaii at Monoa

Hospitality & Tourism Management

Wendy S. Lam, PhD.

Associate Professor of Hospitality and Tourism Management

College of Business - Department of Business

Hawaii Pacific University

Hospitality & Tourism Education

Dave Evans, PhD. CHE

Professor & Department Chair

Hospitality & Tourism Education

Kapiolani Community College

Hospitality & Tourism Education

Ron Umehira

Dean

Career & Technical Education

Leeward Community College

Hospitality & Tourism Education
Hospitality & Tourism Education

Meet our Young Skal members!

            YS  Students

            Wonmi Bae

                UH - TIM School

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 Emily Cho

  UH - TIM School

   Gellyn Flores

    UH - West Oahu

 Dandam He

  UH - TIM School

         Moonah Jeong

   UH - TIM School

   Nicole Kanna 

    Kapiolani Community College

   Jungyal Kim

    UH - TIM School

Martina Kostalova 

 UH - TIM School

           Kin Yi  Kwong 

    UH - TIM School

   Samantha Londynski     Hawaii Pacific University

Graduated

   Jared Matsuki 

    UH - TIM School

   Corisa Oh 

    UH - TIM School

   Jaesuk Oh

    UH - TIM School

   Tara-Ann Marie Pacubas 

    UH - TIM School

   Richard Park 

    UH - TIM School

   Carl Peretania 

    UH - TIM School

   Eisei Shigeta 

    UH - TIM School

   Talamanu'a Togia 

    Kapiolani Community College

            YS  Professionals

Front Office Clerk
The Kahala Hotel & Resort
 
bhwchan@live.com
Front Office Manager
Stay Hotel Waikiki
Marketing & Sponsorship Director
 Taubman Properties    International Market Place
bgrosz@tauman.com
Assistant Golf & Teaching Pro
Hawaii Kai Golf Course
 
ckozuma@gmail.com
Pro Shop Manager
Hawaii Kai Golf Course
 
rnagata@hawaiikaigolf.com
F&B Operations Voyager  Sheraton Kona at Keauhou Bay

Special Events...

Young Skal members join in on Delta Airlines operations tour on December 5, 2017.

Willard Oshiro, Manager of Delta Airlines reviews operations with Young Skal members.

Jaesuk Oh, Jared Matsuki and Emily Cho at Skal Hawaii's Holiday Dinner on December 12, 2018 at The Kahala..

Martina Kostalova, Dr. Junwook Chi, Jungyul Kim, Naomi Whang and Yui Tsukasaki

at Morimoto Asia - Skal Hawaii's March 29, 2018 dinner meeting.

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Willard Oshiro, Lou Abaya, Dr. Junwook Chi, Gordon Resquer, Gellyn Flores, Talamanua Tagia, Samantha Londynsky, Richard Park, Tara Ann Marie Pacubas, Jeongyul Kim, Wonmi Bae, Jaesuk Oh, Eisei Shigeta, Jeffie Sun and Tom Anusewicz

Delta Airlines's Manager, Willard Oshiro, (center) along with Lou Abaya (Operations Service Mgr. (left) and Gordon Resquer (Ramp Operations Mrg. - not shown) gave Young Skal members an overview of Delta's business model, passenger service as well as aircraft service operations. The tour gave students a real insight to airline operations in Honolulu.

Lou Abaya, Operations Service Mgr. shared some real insight on Delta's passenger service operations. Delta strives to provide a premium service with well trained staff along with cutting edge technology. Delta's financial numbers indicate that their team are doing things right.

Mahalo to Willard Oshio and his staff at Delta Airlines for an awesome morning!

A wonderful evening event at the DECK put on by our Young Skal members. Mahalo to all those that came out to support our students as they prepare for exams and the end of another school years. We need more of these casual events. 

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