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Visit eFortStreet.com

In an effort to keep current and former HPU students connected, the coordinator of the HPU Alumni Hawai‘i Chapter, Rajan Rai, created eFortStreet.com (www.efortstreet.com)—an online interactive community linking alumni and HPU students around the globe.

 

 

Intersnships: Get a head start on your career

An intern is not necessarily someone in a low position performing menial tasks. An internship is not a way for businesses to get “free labor” from soon-to-graduate students. The two terms, intern and internship, are better understood when they are thought of as meaning “trainee” and “in training.” Think of an internship as an opportunity to learn from others in your chosen field while you practice the activity you’ve chosen for your career.

 
 

 

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