Students at Career Fair

Job Search


Finding a Job/Gaining Experience

A job search should begin with: a self-assessment of your interests and skills; research into a variety of careers, industries, and functional areas; and networking with business professionals. The next step is to put together your job-hunting 'tool kit' consisting of a professional-looking, targeted resume, a well-written cover letter and strong interviewing skills. You'll find a lot of helpful tips throughout this site to help you build your tool kit. In addition, you can schedule an appointment with a career counselor to help with any part of your job search by contacting Chaminade Career Services at

SYMPLICITY Jobs Database - a web-based system for accessing:

Full-time career-related positions for upcoming graduates and alumni.

On-campus interviews with employers who are recruiting seniors and recent graduates.

Part-time, off campus jobs for students.

On-campus work-study and regular-wage jobs for students.

Federal work study community service jobs.

Paid and unpaid internships for students.

First-time user, click here to register.

Individual Career Counseling

Meet with a Career Counselor to discuss your individual job search by calling 735-4787.


Attend a workshop to develop and implement effective job search strategies. (See calendar or Student Planner)

Resume and cover letter writing

Introduction to Interviewing and Effective Interviewing

Overview of internships

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Career Services

About Career Services

Employer & Recruiter


For inquiries please contact:

Angela Coloretti McGough
Director of Career Services
Student Support Services 102
(808) 735-4787

Janis Chang
Job Placement Coordinator
Student Support Services 104
(808) 739-4654

The Career Services office is part of the
Division of Student Affairs