The Huiana Internship Program places island high school students in 60-hour internships that are tied to their career pathway interests. By connecting school-based learning with work-based learning, the program: helps students hone in on career interests, teaches job readiness and workplace excellence skills, enables students to reflect on and develop their work ethic, and fosters relevance in education.
The Huiana Internship is a work-based learning experience consisting of a minimum of 60 work site hours. The internship allows students to experience an occupation or career area related to their career pathway and requires the completion of a Portfolio and Oral Story Board Presentation.
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Huiana's Industrial & Engineering Technology internships currently include the following Mauna Kea observatories and organizations:
- Gemini Observatory
- `Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii
- Joint Astronomy Centre
- Mauna Kea Observatories Support Services
- Subaru Telescope, NOAJ
Summary: The Huiana Internship Program focuses on Hawaii Island youth as the labor force of the future. With the strategy to develop the workplace skills of our island high school students, the internship program places high school students in 60-hour internships that are tied to their career pathway interests.
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