One of the many goals of the KapCC STEM Program is to provide students with STEM related opportunities. This not only includes courses and degrees, but also internships, scholarships and jobs. The STEM Program faculty and staff members understand the financial obstacles that exist for many of today’s students. At the STEM Program, we try to present students with as much financial assitance as possible. Some examples include the many paid student positions that are funded directly by the STEM Program. Such positions include the peer mentors, the PLUS session leaders, and the student kako’o.
In addition to these in-house positions, the STEM Program actively collects information on other opportunities that are available throughout the state. There are many government agencies as well as private sector businesses in Hawaii that offer STEM related scholarships and internships to Hawaii students. To view the current list of available positions and funding, please visit the Internships and Scholarships pages.