Student Internship & Professional Opportunity
SIPO #111
November 11th, 2022

Aloha CTAHR Ohana, 
No, your eyes are not tricking you... this is indeed the 111th issue of SIPO coming out on 11/11! On top of this, it is both Veteran's Day🫡 and Singles Day💕 We hope our students did well on their midterms and that all our ohana are enjoying the day. :)

Take a look below to see another great batch of career opportunities for those on the hunt for jobs after graduation or for those wanting to switch & advance their career!

And, as always, HAPPY ALOHA FRIDAY!  


If you are a student/alumni that has benefitted from one of our postings or are an organization that has hired a current or former CTAHR student, we would love to know! Please send an email to Sarah Mannschatz at

CTAHR Internships Deadline THIS Sunday! Apply Now! 
Opportunities for Spring 2023 

The organizations listed above have all partnered with CTAHR to offer opportunities to students of all nine undergraduate programs for the Spring 2023 semester! Having relevant experience work experience is a great way to set oneself up for success in getting a job after graduation. 💪 

Take a look on the CTAHR Internships website to see if there are any positions that may be of interested to you as a 492 Internship/ Field Experience opportunity and to apply!

Deadline to Apply: November 13th, 11:59 PM HST

Learn More & Apply Here

'Āina Restoration Technician 

Kauluakalana is a community-based, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to restore and grow healthy relationships between people and place through the aloha ʻāina (land-loving) practices of retelling our Kailua-specific stories, replanting and eating our ancestral foods, and caring for the sacred sites, lands, and waters of our beloved ahupuaʻa of Kailua. We are committed to ʻāina education and restoration for the purposes of cultural revitalization, community regeneration, identity reclamation, and the renewal of kuleana (responsibility) in Kailua, Oʻahu. With a restored Ulupō and Kawainui at its piko, we envision our ahupuaʻa of Kailua lashed together by a braid of ʻāina, kanaka, and culture, forming an enduring bond that generates balance and abundance for our community.
The ʻĀina Restoration Technician is responsible for assisting with and implementing various natural and cultural resource management projects, including cultivation, maintenance, monitoring, and supporting groups participating in onsite educational activities. The ʻĀina Restoration Technician is accountable for executing restoration activities and tracking and documenting these activities to share with stakeholders.
Click Here to Learn More and Apply

PAID Student Leadership Positions!

The Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship (PACE) is currently seeking student applications for the PACE Leaders program, as part of the brand new RISE project on the corner of University Avenue and Metcalf Street. PACE leaders will coordinate various programs, events and activities that engage students from all disciplines of study. Applicants should be interested in innovation and entrepreneurship and able to commit 10 hours per week in their roles. Benefits include scholarships from $1,000 - $6,000 (for those eligible) and the opportunity to learn project management, event coordination, marketing, and more.

Learn more and apply by January 15, 2023 at

Wong's Meat Market is Hiring! 
Part-Time or Full-Time $18-$21/hr

Job Summary
Wong’s Meat Market is looking for an Assistant HACCP Coordinator to help implement and monitor food safety programs.

Responsibilities and Duties
  • Enforce SSOP, food safety, and prerequisite programs.
  • Assist management with hazard analyses, food safety audits, regulatory compliance, record review an document control.
  • Coordinate FSQA testing on equipment and product.
  • Inventory and manage non-meat ingredients.
  • Assist with operations in production (operate equipment, scale, pack, and label product according to company/customer specifications).
Deadline to Apply: Until Filled
Click Here to Learn More and Apply

Hawaii Island - RCUH

The primary goal of the PEP Program is to implement rare plant conservation actions to prevent the extinction of critically rare species, focusing on species that have fewer than 50 wild plants remaining (i.e., PEP species). Work will be conducted on land controlled by the Hawai‘i Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR), U.S. National Park Service, U.S. Army, private landowners, and watershed partnerships located on the island of Hawai‘i. 

Assists in office and/or field work planned by the supervisor including, but not limited to: rare plant collection, monitoring, surveying, and protection; and alien plant and animal control (e.g., weed control, invertebrate and vertebrate pest control, ungulate control, and fencing). Drives to access field sites. Collects and ensures quality of field forms and data related to monitoring and control activities. Assists in planning and documenting work such as scheduling, planning logistics, and documenting day-to-day field work. Records and analyzes field data using Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and computer aided programs. Assists staff with completing reports including monthly reports, grant reports, and PEP annual reports for Hawai‘i Island. Work must be done in accordance with applicable Federal and State regulations and laws, especially regarding endangered species, safety and health, and pesticides use.

Deadline to Apply: 11/15/2022
Click Here to Learn More and Apply

Hele Imua State of Hawaii Internship Program
12 Week Program - $20/hr

he purpose of this program is to provide eligible candidates exposure to various high-demand occupations in state government that may transition into gainful employment in Hawaii's labor market. 
The Department of Agriculture is a participating employer and students who are specifically interested in working with us should include a notation as such in their application for match consideration.
Click Here to Learn More and Apply

County Program Technician for Farm Loan Programs 
Farm Service Agency - Dept. of Agriculture

Program Technician, Temporary, Full-time CO-1101-4/5/6/7, not to exceed September 30, 2023.

SALARY: CO-4 is $33,450 annually; CO-5 is $37,424 annually; CO-6 is $41,717 annually; CO-7 is $46,358 annually plus 9.75% Cost of Living Allowance (COLA)

Performs administrative tasks related to FSA Farm Loan Programs as required. Uses a high degree of judgment and initiative in planning and carrying out assigned tasks and resolving problems encountered. Valid driver’s license to operate 4-wheel drive vehicles.
Deadline to Apply: 11/21/2022
Click Here to Download Job Description & How to Apply
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Hawaii Invasive Species Council Planner
Oahu - Pacific Coop Studies Unit

Provides professional assistance to the Division of Forestry and Wildlife (DOFAW) Invasive Species Section on matters pertinent to the Hawai‘i Invasive Species Council (HISC) and related tasks: (1) strategic planning; (2) drafting management plans; (3) facilitating partner communications; (4) meeting coordination; (5) preparing reports and correspondence; and (6) some fieldwork related to invasive species control. 
Deadline to Apply: 11/16/2022
Click Here to Read More & Apply

Family Resource Specialist Position OPEN!
Catholic charities - F/T

The Family Resource Specialist (FRS) position screens prenatal women and families with children ages 0 – 4 years old with the goal of identifying risk factors for child abuse and neglect. This is accomplished in hospital and community settings, interviewing families and utilizing screening tools approved by the Hawaii State Department of Health. The FRS writes a summary report of findings and presents this to the Program Coordinator or other designated supervisor for review. The FRS must demonstrate an active commitment to the Catholic Charities Hawaii Mission and strive to incorporate the four Core Values in all aspects of daily work.
Deadline to Apply: 11/18/2022
Click To View All Current Openings and Apply

Recruiting a Student Director
Calvin Shindo Student Venture Fund

The Calvin Shindo Student Venture Fund (CSSVF), offered by the Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship at the Shidler College of Business, is seeking an undergraduate or graduate student within CTAHR to serve as a Student Director. As a student-run venture capital fund, CSSVF enables Student Directors to seek out, screen, and potentially recommend for investing in early-stage University of Hawai‘i-affiliated companies. We seek a Student Director with a background in agricultural science or a related field. No prior experience is necessary. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about startups and explore entrepreneurship from the investor’s point-of-view.

Deadline to Apply: Continuous
Learn More & Apply!

Calling All Master Seamstresses/ Bridal Seamstresses
Galia Lahav

Galia Lahav is a bridal and evening couture design house, that masters the art of creating luxury dresses. With her famous illusion backs, cascading silk tulle skirts, and Italian ivory lace, she has created a brand, which is a household name in bridal. All the dresses made in Galia's studio are hand-made by the top seamstresses in Israel and finest luxury sewing techniques. The brand can be found in over 80 stores around the world in Europe, Australia, and the United States. Since the company was founded, Galia has been on a quest to redefine fashion for women by creating the world's most sought dresses.

Deadline to Apply: Until Filled

Learn More & How to Apply Here

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP)

UROP coordinates and promotes opportunities for undergraduate students across ALL DISCIPLINES at UH Mānoa to engage in faculty-mentored research and creative work. UROP is hosting two hybrid information sessions (in-person and via Zoom) on UROP funding opportunities and programs that all students, staff, and faculty on campus are encouraged to attend. Registration is required. Please see below for more information and registration links.

General Information Session: an overview of UROP’s various programs and funding opportunities

Intended Audience: General 

Date & Time: Tuesday, November 15, 2022, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location: Hybrid, Moore Hall 104 and Zoom


Workshop Information Session: a deep dive (including tips for submitting a successful UROP application) into two of UROP’s primary funding opportunities, the Entering Research and Creative Work (ERC) funding (for students early in their academic career interested in exploring research/creative work, with little to no prior experience) and Project funding (for students at any stage of their academic program who are ready to propose their own faculty mentored research or creative work project)

Intended Audience: Undergraduate students interested in applying for ERC and/or Project Funding; Faculty interested in mentoring ERC or Project funding students

Date & Time: Thursday, November 17, 2022, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Hybrid, Moore Hall 104 and Zoom

Join an information session or visit the UROP website to learn more about Entering Research and Creative Work (ERC) Funding (up to $3,000 per individual for two semesters), Project Funding (up to $5,000 per individual, $10,000 per group), Presentation Funding (up to $2,000 per individual, $4,000 per pair, or $5,000 per group), The Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) Program and SURE Symposium, and The Undergraduate Showcase every Fall and Spring Semesters (in collaboration with the Honors Program).

Contact UROP: • 808.956.7492 • • Moore Hall 107/108

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