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Mānoa Career Center Job Programs

Mānoa Career Center offers students and alumni the opportunity to find employment through a series of job programs. Below you will find a list of the job programs we offer. If you would like more information about the following programs send an email to careers@hawaii.edu to request more information.

University Employment

Working at the University. There are nearly 4,000 students working on the UHM campus. Mānoa Career Center can help you find the University job you've been looking for.

Search for University Employment on the sece job board

Non-University Employment

Working in the community. From small businesses to international corporations, Mānoa Career Center allows you to connect with employers suited to your interest.

Search for Non-University Employment on the sece job board

Cooperative Education (Co-op) / Internships

Working in your Major. The Cooperative Education and Internship programs allow you to gain practical real world experience in your major while still in school.

Learn More | Search for Co-op / Internships on the sece job board

Federal Work Study

Working in the community and university. Federal Work Study is a financial-aid based program that subsidizes a portion of college expenses by offering employment in career or community service positions.

Learn More | Search for Federal Work Study opportunities on the sece job board

What Employment Programs does Mānoa Career Center offer? View all Job Programs

What can I do with this major? Look at our fact sheet to learn more about your major.

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