Campus & Community

Spanning the ‘Bridges’ of Time: Longest-working PCC employee shares his experiences throughout the years

Being a Polynesian Cultural Center employee since 1967 and having done more than 20 jobs at PCC, Cy Bridges is said to have given the longest service at the Center.

Youngest PCC worker: Keiki’s young career prepares him to save for LDS mission

Tyler Taokaha Magalei is a 6-year-old boy, who works as the younger Mana at the Polynesian Culture Center night show. He has danced in the Hawaiian section of the show since the beginning of 2013.

Conversion Story at PCC: Spiritual experiences at the center leads investigator to embrace the gospel

The PCC has touched the hearts of millions of tourists over the years with its song and dance, opening the door for students to share a little bit about the gospel of Jesus Christ.

PCC by the Numbers

1. The first location selected for the PCC was by the temple. But church leaders suggested it be moved to its current spot off Kam Highway.

2. The Pineapple Deelite was
created in 1963 - the same year the PCC opened.

IWORK: Helping students gain experience and pay for education

The International Work Opportunity Returnability Kuleana, known also as IWORK, is a scholarship program created for students who require some financial support to attend BYU-Hawaii for an education, said Financial Services personnel.

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