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Position Title: Aide (Assistant Swimming Instructor)  l
                                         
Starting Hourly Wage: $14.00--$17.00 within the first 3 months based on performance, with the potential for future promotion to Instructor positions with subsequent pay increases up to $25/hour.

Duties/Job Description: An Aide is responsible for providing basic instructional and operational support by assisting with class activities, procuring necessary instructional equipment during lessons, and maintaining a safe and nurturing learning environment for students. 

Minimum weekly hours: 4  Maximum: 30

No prior teaching or swimming experience is necessary! This is a part-time position that offers great flexibility in scheduling. We are willing to work with students’ school schedules, and employees can change their work schedule about every three months. Minors under the age of 16 may also apply, and will work under the stipulations outlined by the Hawaii Child Labor Law. Thank you so much for your time and consideration! I can be reached by phone at (808)234-SWIM(7946) or by email at [email protected].

AIM Summer Programc

Lazy summers are for lazy people, not you. You’re driven to do something greater.

The Academy Introduction Mission (AIM) is a one-week summer program where you’ll immerse yourself in Academy life. AIM is exclusively for students entering their senior year of high school and is regarded as the most realistic of the service academy summer orientation programs.

AIM will test and inspire you. It will push you to your limits. You’ll rise early. You’ll study. You’ll compete. For six nonstop days, you’ll test your mind, body, and spirit in every way as you learn the meaning of college exceeded.

Intense and rewarding, AIM will help you to discover whether the Academy experience is truly what you want from college and whether you have what it takes to succeed.

2024 Session Dates

I: 7-12 July
On Campus
II: 14-19 July
On Campus
III: 21-26 July
On Campus
IV: 30-31 July
Virtual Program

“I learned at AIM that, with will and determination, anything can be accomplished. I now see how physical and mental fortitude are key to becoming successful.” – Dante, Texas

Key Dates

The Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard is looking for their next set of apprentices. The annual window to apply for thep PHNSY Apprentice Program will open on FEBRUARY 1ST. Eligible students can apply at www.usajobs.gov.

It would be wise for you to start creating your account and building your resume to apply. We can help you with this step in the CCRC!

You can learn more about this opportunity at: https://www.navsea.navy.mil/Home/Shipyards/PHNS-IMF/Careers/Apprenticeship/

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Being part of the Crumbl Crew is truly sweet. Come join our team and learn leadership/teamwork and life skills, and have fun working in a fast-paced energetic environment! 

Mission

Our mission is to bring friends and family together over the world's best box of cookies.

Qualifications:

  • Must be a minimum of 15 years of age and 18 years of age to operate mixers

  • Must have a CAN DO attitude.

  • Ability to work during the day, night, weekends and holidays.

Benefits:

  • Flexible schedule

  • Employee discounts

  • Tips 

  • Free cookie at every shift

The Hawai’i Youth Conservation Corps Summer (HYCC-S) Program, is a PAID summer opportunity (stipend andk education award/scholarship) and an intensive hands-on 7 weeks outdoors where participants learn conservation skills alongside professionals.
Participants get to visit various sites on the island to help make a difference for Hawaii's natural resources.
There’s a minimum age requirement of 17 to be a team member by our program start date in June.
Click here or on the logo for more information.

Volunteers are an integral part of hospice care. Whether it’s providing companionship to a person in the final months and weeksb of life, or offering support to their family members and caregivers, the contributions of volunteers are essential to the hospice team. Bristol Hospice provides the training and supervision to support you in this valuable work. 

Every hospice relies on volunteer support to provide excellent end-of-life care to each patient and family. By being a hospice volunteer, you can gain great personal satisfaction from knowing that you have made a difference in another person’s life.

Some examples of volunteer activities:

  • Providing companionship to a patient and their family
  • Being a comforting and supportive presence
  • Providing caregiver relief 
  • Helping with light housekeeping or meal preparation for the patient and family
  • Bereavement Program support
  • Participating in the We Honor Veterans Program
  • Office support

Interested in becoming a volunteer?

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tSee our latest career opportunities for interested applicants forp Pizza Hut and Taco Bell in the sidebar.

If you have any questions please email: [email protected]

 

INTERNSHIPSs

Our office is always looking to provide internship opportunities to talented High School and College students.

For more information on internship opportunities, contact our Office Manager, Lynn.

[email protected]

808-586-8420

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Volunteers in Public Service to the Courts (VIPS)
539-4880
See the flyer in the sidebar.

Junior Health Scholar Overviewc

Observe how the care delivery and administrative teams work together to deliver excellent care and explore whether a career in health care is right for you.

The Junior Health Scholar program allows high school students between the ages of 16-18 to shadow a current Health Scholar and observe how the patient care and administrative teams work together to deliver excellent care and to explore whether a career in health care is right for you. Most individuals complete the program in nine (9) months with a commitment of one 4-hour shift per week. For those looking to complete the program faster, we offer a 3-month option where you will receive priority shift selection. This means you will have first pick in selecting your shifts to ensure you complete the program on time.

Why Junior Health Scholar?

  • Decide if a career in health care is right for you and which profession is the best fit
  • Learn about the career path for your future profession
  • Develop relationships and receive mentoring opportunities from staff and Health Scholars
  • Receive a completion certification from UCLA’s Executive Programs in Health Policy & Management upon graduation
  • Receive preferred admission into the Health Scholar program
  • The program is offered year-round at select sites in Hawaii and Washington.

Click here or on the logo for more information.

The Law Enforcement Explorers Program is for young adults ages 14-20 years old.  The program provides these young adults who may be interested in a career in law enforcement with a comprehensive program of training, competition, community services and practical experiences.

 

Character development, physical fitness, good citizenship and patriotism are integral components of the overall program.  The program also provides for those young adults that want to join or participate in an organized program.  Through their involvement in the program, Explorers develop an awareness of the purpose, mission and objectives of law enforcement agencies, participate in community services, and learn teamwork and leadership skills.

 

For more information, see the flyer and contact Officer James Quinones at [email protected]

Ph. 723-3485

 

We are a FREE, Premiere Vocational Skills Training facility with 125 centers nationwide.  From those centers we rank #2 in recruitment and advance training placement.

Waimanalo Center offers 9 Trades - Facilities Maintenance, Office Administrative, Painting, Culinary Arts, Automotive, Health Occupation (C.N.A), Landscaping, Medical Office Support, Security Protective

See the flier attached.

Click the graphic to go to the recruiting page.

 

Department of Community Services
WorkHawaii Youth Program
  • We help Oahu's young people access programs and services that put them on the path to economic, educational, and social well-being. We are an award winning Youth Services Center.
  • Services include: Tutoring, Work Experience, Occupational Skills, Financial Literacy, Leadership Development
  • Phone: (808) 768-5888
Click here or the graphic to learn more. See the flyer in the sidebar.
Employment & Training Program, funded by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), provides year round services to eligible adults 18 years or older and youth ages 14-24. 
We engage, develop, and work directly and together with the whole person to provide Adult and Youth Employment and Training Program Services.
Click on the logo or see the brochure for more details.
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Hawaii is Hiring is a one-stop online resource that connects kamaʻāina to job opportunities, training programsh and career navigation.

It provides local job seekers and new graduates with a streamlined job board and simple access to training and education tools valued in Hawaiʻi’s in-demand and emerging industries.

Hawaii is Hiring also helps residents find local short-term certificate programs and earn-and-learn opportunities like internships and apprenticeships that provide workers of all ages with opportunities to gain new skills to re-enter the workforce.

Job For Teens HQ
Excellent resource for: Jobs available by age and company, job search tips, resume help, interview tips, teen labor laws by state, and work permit information.
Caution - navigate with parental permission, and protect your personal information.
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A job search tool for summer jobs, internships, part-time jobs, careers...
Click here or the logo to go straight to the Jobs for High Schoolers section.
a Career Information d
The Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) is a career resource offering information on the hundreds ofu occupations that provide most of jobs in the United States.
Each occupational profile describes the typical duties performed by the occupation, the work environment of that occupation, the typical education and training needed to enter the occupation, the median pay for workers in the occupation, and the job outlook over the coming decade for that occupation.
Each profile is in a standard format that makes it easy to compare occupations, such as by projected employment change.

Potential Careers and Employersk

 

The SLT Program provides unique training for students who are interested in becoming second language tutors, second language teaching assistants, and – with further training – second language teachers, in various global contexts. Students focus on the language of their choice, depending on their career goals and interests. Our graduates can pursue careers – in various contexts – in public and private K-12 schools, adult education, private language schools and even schools of their own!

Click here or on the logo to learn more.

Contact Information

Program Coordinator: Shawn Ford, 808.734.9327

Home Architecture Camp - learn the basics of architecture at home!
Board of Certified Safety Professionals
Young people desire careers that are both personally and professionally rewarding, and the field of safety, health, and environmental (SH&E) practice offers them exactly those opportunities. Safety offers financially secure positions with great opportunity for growth. Students planning on college should consider attending Graduate Safety Practitioner (GSP) Qualifying Academic Programs (QAPs).
 

The World Will Need 637,000 More Pilots in the Next Two Decades

Bloomberg
 

More and more people are getting ready to travel by plane. Who is going to fly them?Airlines, especially those in Asia, have ordered new aircraft worth hundreds of billions of dollars in the past few years as rising incomes boost travel numbers to a record. This has led to a shortage of experienced pilots, a situation that looks set to worsen. The world will need 637,000 more pilots in the two decades through 2036, Boeing predicts.