Unification News for December 2002
Hawaii High School Seeks Headmaster
by Victor G. Jessop
The High School of the Pacific (HSP) is a project of Pacific Rim Education Foundation, Inc. (PREF) and will be located in beautiful, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. It is scheduled to open in September, 2004 with a class of approximately twenty-five 9th-grade students. Inspired by Rev. Moon’s commitment to, and vision for, the people of the island-nations of the Pacific, at full enrollment the school will include a total of 200 students drawn from Hawaii and 12 independent island-nations, including some of the smallest, and most remote countries on earth.
One of the most critical decisions the founding board faces is the selection of a Headmaster who will assume leadership of this visionary project. The board is seeking a person whose academic credentials, experience and personal disposition and integrity are appropriate for this position. The board encourages such people to submit a resume and a letter of intention along with three professional references to be received no later than January 17th, 2003.
A short list of candidates will be invited to attend a 2-3 day conference (probably in Las Vegas, NV) where they will receive a comprehensive introduction to HSP and individual interviews will be conducted with a "headmasters selection committee." Additional opportunities will be available for confidential discussions between candidates and PREF leadership.
The board also encourages submission of recommendations of people that should be included in our search.
Contact: Pacific Rim Education Foundation, Inc., 74-5620A Palani Road, Suite 106, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740 Tel. 808-326-9335 Fax. 808-326-9466 E-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Victor Jessop is Vice President and Director of Program Development for PREF.
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