Has it been 5 or more years since you graduated from UH Mānoa? Although you may not be qualified for direct Mānoa Career Center services, you are welcomed to use our self help resources.

Online Self-Help Resources

The following are self-help resources to guide you through your career exploration.

The Mānoa Career Center does not endorse any specific resource on this page.

We suggest that you conduct research before providing personal information to any of the sites listed below.
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Hawai‘i and U.S. Mainland Opportunities

International Opportunities

Resume Samples:

Coverletter Samples:

Returning for a Graduate or a Professional Degree

Thinking about graduate or professional school? Making a decision to return for a graduate or professional degree depends on your long term career plans, your desire to pursue a longstanding academic interest, or a prerequisite set for employment. The following links provide more information to help guide you through the decision process, learning about degree options, and the admission procedures.

Join Mānoa Career Center at two special graduate school events:

Credential Files for Letters of Recommendation

Mānoa Career Center provides credential file service to hold letters in support of your graduate school application.

See below for details and instructions:

Laid off… What to do?

Interested in partnering with the Mānoa Career Center?

For professional alumni interested in partnering with us beyond employment services, consider the various career education focused avenues where we seek your support. Please email careers@hawaii.edu for more information.

  • Cooperative Education and Internships
  • Community Service Federal Work Study
  • Professional – Student Mentoring
  • Job Shadowing