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Sunday, June 20, 2021
The ClimbHI Bridge directly links students and teachers with career, internship and mentorship opportunities at Hawaii businesses and nonprofits.
"Training and certification can translate into a career that supports a family, regardless of a person’s educational background or experience."
Hawaii residents to benefit from up to $1 million worth of scholarships to software engineering and cybersecurity certification programs.
The fifty participants work in a wide range of industries, including technology, education, consulting, energy, and financial services, and 65 percent are former Hawaii residents.
Hub Coworking Hawaii, a Honolulu-based coworking space known as "the Hub," has partnered with Next For Me, a media company that publishes books, newsletters, and research on the topics of entrepreneurship, career moves, and what’s...
The State of Hawaii this week launched "Movers & Shakas," a new remote work program aimed at former Hawaii residents and those from out-of-state who want to work remotely from the islands. The program incorporates a...