The Career Services office assists Chaminade students and alumni in developing the skills necessary to lead successful careers. Career Services works with students to explore their career options through partnerships with academic departments, agencies and employers. Career Services staff offers resources for students and alumni to conduct an effective job search and connect with employers.
Student employment on-campus is facilitated through a partnership with designated supervisors and the Chaminade Personnel and Business Office. Career Services also provides opportunities for external recruiters to seek potential candidates for employment and for qualified students and alumni to find jobs.
As part of the Student Affairs division, Career Services will assist in building a rich and rewarding experience for Chaminade students, alumni and their ‘ohana. The Career Services office participates in various campus events and staff members are available to lead workshops, provide resources and share career information in classes and in the community.
To assist in developing a better understanding of students’ career development, the Career Services office conducts a bi-annual survey of graduating students. This online survey is implemented during the month prior to commencement.
Career Services strives to assist all Chaminade students and alumni requesting assistance in their job application process. This may include:
Every semester, the Career Services office hosts a Fair on campus that is open to all Chaminade students and alumni. The Fall Job Fair is typically held in mid-September and the Spring Career Fair is typically held in early March. The G.I.V.E. Expo held in late October offers students access to opportunities that will amplify their career skills, such as: Graduate schools, Internships, Volunteer & Educational opportunities, such as Study Abroad.
Chaminade University of Honolulu is proud to host the Lambda Iota Chapter of the Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society. Career Services serves in an advisory role to the student-run organization.