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The Hawai‘i Youth Conservation Corps Summer Program, offers intensive, hands-on experience in the world of conservation. 

Positions: Team Members, must be 17+ by June 2020; Team Leaders, must be 21+ by June 2020

Program dates: June 8, 2020-July 24, 2020


  • Monetary stipends
  • CPR/First Aid Certification
  • Service Awards and/or stipends
  • Community service

Click here or on the graphics to apply.

See the flyer for more information.

Deadline - February 28, 2020

  • Flexible schedule
  • No experience necessary
  • Real-world experience
Click here or the logo for more information. See the flyer in the sidebar.


Looking for a job?

Hawaii Kai Kumon located at Koko Head Elementary is looking to hire!

If you are a responsible “A” student and would enjoy making $11/hour, apply!

Correcting work/record keeping

Monday and Thursday after school from 2:15PM to 6:00PM (3:00PM to start is OK)

Call or Text Lisa Thomson at 256-5275 or email at

Subway Kahala is hiring!
Part-time Sandwich Artist
No experience necessary.
You will greet and serve guests, prepare food, maintain food safety and sanitation standards, and handle or process light paperwork.
Exceptional customer service is a major component of this position.
  • Competitive pay + tips
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Employee discounts - 50%
  • Medical insurance
  • Free Employee meal when scheduled
  • Paid vacation
Contact Mike Lee at

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

Ph. 723-3485

Work for the U.S. Census Bureau!

By working for the Census Bureau, our community has a special opportunity to help make the 2020 Census an accurate and complete count. There are so many reasons our nation needs to be counted completely and accurately. The count happens every 10 years with the decennial census, which influences how more than $675 billion from more than 100 federal programs are distributed to states and localities each year.

The Census Taker (Enumerator)

This is the primary available position. The responsibilities involve visiting the addresses of people who have not yet responded to the questionnaire. The objective would be to input their answers into your phone.  For the most part you will work in the area where you live.  You will have a supervisor overseeing your work.  

Pay on Oahu is $18hr

Part- or Full-time hours, Prime hours are 3-8pm and weekends.  The Census bureau understands this is a temporary job and is willing to accommodate other work and school responsibilities.

Click here or on the logo for FAQs, details, and to apply.

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


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. 

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).
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.
Now hiring!
  • 15 ½ and older
  • Flexible scheduling - work at least 8 hours/week
  • fun team-oriented work environment
  • meal discount
Get your applications in H-101. Or click the graphic to apply.
Get a Jack in the Box Kama'aina Card (10% off) while supplies last!


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.


Hawaiian Airlines is excited to partner with the Hawai‘i Department of Education and the Aloha Council, Scouts BSA through an exploring program -  Ka Ho‘okele.  Ka Ho‘okele is a hands-on program that exposes DOE high school students (who are at least 14-years old and have completed eighth grade through 18-years old and are still attending high school) to the world of aviation to promote aviation careers and career skills.

The 12-week program will generally take place on Tuesdays from 5:30 pm – 8:45 pm, beginning in February and continuing through April.  There will be one (1) community service event within the program that will take place on a Saturday morning - time and location will be announced later.  Participants must commit to all dates listed (subject to change).

2020 Calendar

February 4, 11, 18, 22*, 25

     *Saturday, February 22, 2020 for Community Service (tentatively from 8:00 am - 12:30 pm)

March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31

April 7, 14, 21

Students will:

  • Participate in hands-on learning experiences in Maintenance, Cargo, Flight Division, Air Traffic Control, and more
  • Develop career skills, including interviewing, leadership, presentation, and teamwork
  • Learn about educational and occupational requirements to achieve a successful career in aviation


  1. Complete the fillable PDF Student Application Form (including essay questions)
  2. Obtain a Letter of Recommendation (teacher, counselor, mentor, coach)
  3. Submit both Student Application Form and Letter of Recommendation to be considered to  PDF or Word Document are the only file types that will be accepted
  4. Deadline is Friday, December 20, 2019, at 4:00 pm
  5. You will be contacted via email and assigned an Orientation time (evening of Tuesday, January 14, 2020)
  6. Interested applicants will be assigned an interview time (Tuesday, January 21, 2020)