Wednesday, November 3, 2004

HPU offers students
job-search seminar

Professionals from different
fields will discuss options

Hawaii Pacific University is hosting a Career Connections Forum from noon to 5 p.m. Friday, to provide information on finding employment upon graduation.

The forum will be at the HPU Career Services Center at 1132 Bishop St. on the lobby level in Suite 611.

All HPU master's degree candidates and alumni are invited to the event, which features three panel presentations: Employment Challenges for International Students; Employment Outlook and Opportunities in Hawaii; and Employment Outlook and Opportunities on the mainland and overseas.

Each session will be presented by professionals from different fields, including Leonardo Brems, director at AdMark International Executive Search; Anthony Gelish of Booz Allen Hamilton; James Hardway, acting executive director and public information officer of Hawaii Workforce Development Council; attorney KahBo Dye-Chiew of Goodsill Anderson Quinn and Stifel; Marie Kumabe, co-owner of Remedy Intelligent Staffing; Beverly Marica, president of Adecco Employment Service; and Leroy Laney, HPU professor of economics and finance.

Following the seminars, students may meet with representatives from dozens of companies, who will provide information on types of career opportunities and recruit students to fill internship, part-time and full-time positions.

Hawaii Pacific University


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