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Business as Usual

Eija Rissanen, editor

Job Fair helps students find jobs on and off campus

HPU students filled the halls of the First Hawaiian Tower on September 12. On-campus offices, as well as off-campus businesses turned out in force for this year’s Federal Work Study and Part-time Job Fair. [More]


Many students applied to
work on campus during the
Federal Work Study and
Part-time Job Fair.

Photo by Eddie London

 

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Conserving energy saves money and environment

With fuel and energy prices rising, it is becoming necessary to keep track of our energy use. [More]

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Jobs Corps helps train troubled Hawai‘i youth

Many who live on O‘ahu are unaware that there is a boarding facility in Waimanalo known as Hawai‘i Job Corps that helps Hawai‘i’s unemployed, troubled youth. Job Corps offers individuals ages 16-24 various educational opportunities: classes for credit toward a GED, tutoring for local university placement, or vocational programs in areas such as automotive or landscaping that enhance their workforce skills. [More]

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