Building Pathways to the Future
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.
We’re committed to helping Hawaiʻi residents impacted by COVID-19 find new employment and prepare for career paths that align with Hawaii’s economy of the future.
Through collective action, Hawaii’s leaders collaborate around solutions that support talent pipeline development, growth and competitiveness of the sector.
Career Exploration and Work Based Learning
WBL Champions Network
Supporting Free Virtual Career and Technical Education Resources for Hawaii Students
The Chamber has partnered with the State’s Career & Technical Education (CTE) office to help Hawaii students impacted by the COVID-19 school closures continue their learning remotely through virtual career chats on Nepris.
We’ve seen an impressive show of support from various community members who were able to share their expertise and give our students a first-hand look at what it takes to succeed in their industry.
Tour Spotlight: Re-Use Hawaii
Mahalo to Quinn Vittum and the Re-use Hawaii team for providing a virtual tour to students in the American Job Center’s Work Hawaii Youth Program. Participants learned about reducing waste and sustainability, and the importance of professionalism on the job.
Other Initiatives We Support:
An in-depth study has been conducted to identify the Industry-Recognized Credentials that Hawaii employers value most. Using labor market data and employer insights, the Promising Credentials in Hawaii Career Pathways project will ensure the workforce development efforts happening in our schools and communities match the demand to fill high skill positions in local businesses.