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Hele Imua is a 12-week internship opportunity for the State of Hawaiʻi. The purpose of this program is to provide eligible candidates exposure to various high-demand occupations in state government that may transition into gainful employment within Hawaii’s labor market. Department of Labor and Industrial Relations Wokrforce Development Division.
These services are 100% federally fiunded under a QUEST grant to the State of Hawaii.
Intern Applicant Forms for State Internship
Please email both completed application forms, a current resume, and a cover letter between 250 and 500 words to your WDD local office as follows:
DLIR WDD seeks to partner with state departments and divisions that can offer real on-the-job work experience, training, and supervision for select interns of the Hele Imua program. Interns may conduct duties that are the same or similar to those of your current employees. This program is intended to prepare interns for a possible career in state government and offers job seekers an inside look and feel of what it is like to work for a state agency while at the same time allowing you the opportunity to stretch your resources further with the assistance of one or more interns.
Interns will be registered with the DLIR payroll system and will be paid by DLIR. There is no cost to the employer with the exception of time for supervision and the cost of supplies necessary for the intern to complete assigned tasks and duties. The Hele Imua Program will offer each selected intern a duration of up to 12 consecutive weeks to complete their internship with the possibility of extension.
Please email an intern position description (one paragraph) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Lahaina and Kula residents who have been impacted by the August fires are invited to talk story with Mayor Richard Bissen. There are several dates to choose from. Each talk story session will welcome up to 30 residents to give folks a chance to share mana‘o and ask questions.
Series of events from December 9 through January 27.