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You might be in China now, you also might have arrived in Hawaii. But as a new student who will study in University of Hawaii, you are in the right place to learn more about your new life. CSSA-UH will do her best to help you.
  • Pick up at airport

    CSSAUH, with the help of her volunteers and the Chinese Lutheran Church, provides free airport pick-up, please contact CSSAUH by email. We will arrange somebody to pick you up on the day you arrive at Honolulu International Airport. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact our officers.

  • Reach campus by yourself

    To get the general information about bus, please visit Bus Company

  • Living in Hawaii

    Please see housing information

  • Finding a Campus Job

    ---by Treena Shapiro (Ka Leo Staff Writer)

    Students searching for employment this semester should visit the Student Employment and Cooperative Education Office in Student Services Center 113 or Career Services in SSC 212. Although the hiring moratorium on university employment has been extended indefinitely, only selected university positions are affected.

    All UH Manoa student assistant positions are listed at the SECE office. In addition, SECE can refer students to federal work study and off-campus positions, internship possibilities and pre-professional opportunities.

    SECE programs are designed to help students enhance their education by gaining valuable work experience in their chosen fields. In addition to job referrals, the SECE office offers job readiness counseling/training, advocacy in dealing with employers and grievance intake and investigaerrals for these positions can be obtained from the SECE office after filling out an application.

    To be eligible for SECE services undergraduate students must carry at least six credits at any UH system campus. Graduate students must carry at least four credits, 1 credit 800 level or 1 credit 700 level with verification from the Graduate Division. All students must also be eligible to work in the United States. There are additional requirements for each program.

    Interested students can look at the SSC job boards or visit the SECE website at http://sece.hawaii.edu/. Referrals for these positions can be obtained from the SECE office after filling out an application.

    Career Services is another good resource for current students and alumni. The CS Library offers many career-related materials including listings of job vacancies and experiential opportunities.

    CS also provides an Employer Recruitment Program, which includes on-campus interviews and events by local, mainland and overseas employers and graduate schools. Recruitment schedules are posted weekly in the CS Library, on the Web and at campus departments.

    Also posted is the schedule for upcoming workshops designed to help students learn about and improve important job hunting skills.

    Individual conferences with career counselors are also available by appointment. The counselors can provide assistance in many career-related areas including the review of job-related documents such as resumes and cover letters. Practice interviews with counselors can also be arranged.

last updated on August 12, 2013   Home