Want real world experience working at the Hawaiʻi State Legislature? Come to an information session about the new UH West Oʻahu legislative internship program on Thursday, Oct. 8, from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the UH West Oʻahu Library ʻUluʻulu Archive Exhibition Space.
- former Hawaiʻi Congresswoman, Colleen Hanabusa
- former Hawaiʻi State Senator, Russell Kokubun
- Special Assistant to Lt. Governor Shan Tsutsui and UHWO alum, Rufino Dan Magliba IV and
- UH West Oʻahu Director of Career Development and Student Success, Dwight Takamine
will present and explain the UH West Oʻahu legislative internship and its benefits to interested UH West Oʻahu students.
Interns will get paid for work and receive money covering the full cost of spring 2016 tuition as well as 12 UH West Oʻahu credits for assisting a senator or representative at the Hawaiʻi State Legislature from January-May 2016. Learn how laws are made and get real world political experience while still attending college.
The UHWO legislative internship is open to UH West Oʻahu students only. For more information, attend Thursday’s information session or contact Ken Inouye at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UH West Oʻahu legislative internship is part of the UHWO 21st Century Workforce Internship Program and brought to students by UHWO Career Development and Community Partnership.