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City and County of Honolulu, Department of Parks and Recreation
Interested in being a lifeguard or swimming instructor? Please see attachments and the information below:
City and County of Honolulu
Department of Parks and Recreation
Kalihi Valley Swimming Pool and all locations
$15.12 per hour (starting January 1, 2019)
American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Classes ONLY $36.00
Contact Information:
phone: (808) 768 – 8964 
e-mail: dkatsutani@honolulu.gov
Dr. Benjamin Koike, General Dentist
Looking for a dental assistant, will provide on-the-job training, can start now. Ideally the person is a senior and will work full-time after graduation. BUT, even if it is short-term, it is ok!
For more information, please contact:
Dr. Benjamin Koike
4211 Waialae Ave.
Suite 401
Center for Tomorrow's Leaders Ambassador's Program
The CTL (Center for Tomorrow's Leaders) Ambassadors program, offers weekly leadership development courses to any high school female (held after school at Sacred Hearts Academy) to more non-traditional leaders, those who have potential but do not hold formal leadership titles.  If interested, please stop by the College & Career Center.
Law Enforcement Explorer Program
The LEEP is a non-profit organization for young adults ages 14-20 years old who are interested in a career in law enforcement. Explorers develop leadership skills, knowledge of the mission and purpose of law enforcement, and have hands-on experience. Explorers learn law enforcement procedures and protocol, importance of the rule of law, respect for diversity, civil rights, and human dignity in the application of law enforcement operations. Benefits include career-oriented training, personal growth, community service and networking, preparation for career related college programs.
  • 2.5 GPA or higher
  • Complete a background check 
  • Be a person of good conduct and high moral character
Please visit their websites for more information:
Teen Health Camp 2018
The goal of Teen Health Camp is to expose students to the countless possibilities in the health field and to introduce them to professionals within that field. During this one day event, students will participate in different workshops such as suturing and public health outbreak, as well as afternoon activities, and a question and answer section with current university students. They will also have a “speed dating” event where students can ask experience healthcare workers about their professions.
When: Saturday, November 3
Location:  University of Hawai'i at Manoa, John A. Burns School of Medicine
                 651 Ilalo St., Medical Education Building
                 Honolulu, HI 96813 
Registration due date: Friday, October 26
A completed and signed "Accidental, Medical, Field Trip, and Media Release" form is required to complete registration. 
The form must be emailed to Nicole Peltzer atnpeltzer@hawaii.edu, faxed to (808)692-1258, or mailed to:
THC O'ahu c/o Nicole Peltzer
Hawai'i/Pacific Basin Area Health Education Center
University of Hawai'i, John A. Burns School of Medicine
651 Ilalo St., MEB Room 224
Honolulu, HI 96813-5525
Kaimuki Kumon Center
Looking for part-time help on Tues/Thurs afternoons from 3:00-6:00 pm. Strong math skills to work with students in Algebra I and Algebra II and/or the ability to work with children ranging from ages 3-10 years of age. Pay to be determined upon experience. Interviews can be scheduled with Jill at 739-6284. 

Rainbow Art Studio

Looking for energetic Junior or Senior students who like to work with children in grades K-8 as Art Camp Leaders (drawing and painting) in the classrooms at Kahala Elementary School.

- Must be available and commit to a whole day (starting 8:15am till 3:15pm)
- Art Camp dates: 6 days
     Camp #1 - Dec 26, 27, 28 (8:15am - 3:15pm) & Camp #2 - Jan 2, 3, 4 (8:15am – 3:15pm)

1. Able to listen/follow instructions from camp teacher and help children
2. Communicate effectively with children with positive encouragements
3. Set up & clean up the tables/chair/art supplies before/after the camp
4. Help the attendance in the beginning of camp
5. Wear company logo t-shirt during camp

6. Able to participate in short training prior to the art camps. Training (on Saturday) schedule will be announced later. Parent’s approval is needed later.

Please call/text coordinator David at (808) 497-4488 or email RainbowArt808@gmail.com and ask for a job interview.  Learn more about Rainbow Art Studio;  www.RainbowArtStudioHawaii.com

Job Fair
Job fair at the Blaisdell with over 300 employers, this is a great opportunity to encourage your students to explore potential
 part-time employment, internships and post-graduation opportunities here in Hawaii. Students have a discounted entrance rate for $1 with their student ID.
When: Wednesday, January 30th
Where: Blaisdell Exhibition Hall from 10am-3pm