Hele Imua – State of Hawaii Internship Program

Intern Applicant (Job Seeker)

The Workforce Development Division (WDD) is currently accepting applications for Hele Imua, a 12-week internship opportunity for the State of Hawaii.  The purpose of this program is to provide eligible candidates exposure to various high-demand occupations in state government that may transition into gainful employment within Hawaii’s labor market.  Please email both completed application forms, a current resume, and a cover letter between 250 and 500 words to your WDD local office as follows:

Intern Applicant Forms for State Internship

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Host Agency – State Department/Division (Employer)

DLIR WDD seeks to partner with state departments and divisions that can offer real on-the-job work experience, training, and supervision for select interns of the Hele Imua program.  Interns may conduct duties that are the same or similar to those of your current employees.  This program is intended to prepare interns for a possible career in state government and offers job seekers an inside look and feel of what it is like to work for a state agency while at the same time allowing you the opportunity to stretch your resources further with the assistance of one or more interns.  Please email an intern position description (one paragraph) to:  [email protected]

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