Getting your degree and pairing classroom learning with an internship experience is vital to your undergraduate career. It’s time to bridge the gap between the classroom and the workforce—network and market your best self to employers and organizations.
Internships offer opportunities to gain crystallization and explore future careers, gain valuable skills and career-related experience, apply classroom knowledge to real-world situations, establish professional contacts and begin networking, and possibly earn money, academic credit or a future job offers.
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Internship opportunities not posted on 12Twenty are available here, including mirco-internships.
Pono Internship Fund
For 2020-2022, limited funding is available for students with unpaid internships to receive pay.
Internship Report Form
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O*NET Interest Profiler
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By the Numbers
Top Five Internships
Hawaii State Federal Credit Union
Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii
Number of Internships Completed by Major
# Behavioral Sciences
# Environmental Studies
# Religious Studies
According to the National Associate of Colleges and Employers’ (NACE) Job Outlook 2017 survey, nearly 91% of employers prefer that their candidates have work experience with 56% of those employers preferring internships or co-op experience.