Aloha, everyone. This is from our friends at PIPES. For those of you who may not be familiar with PIPES (Pacific Internship Programs for Exploring Science), this is a great conservation and science program for undergraduates administered by Sharon Ziegler Chong and her awesome staff in Hilo – highly recommended!
If you’re an undergraduate student looking for an exciting summer internship opportunity with agencies and organizations who work in conservation science, natural resource management, and environmental education then check out our PIPES 2015 program.
Online applications are now available at <http://hilo.hawaii.edu/uhintern/apply/>.
Application deadline is Monday February 16th, 2015
Contact the PIPES office by phone at (808) 933-0705 (Hilo) or by email <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Looking for a job that will help you share your STEM knowledge and help under privileged kids. Check out the “Palolo Pipeline Assistant-STEM focus” job on the SECE website. The time frame for this job is end of February until the end of June.
Join us to learn more about Life Science summer internships.
Are you pursuing a STEM career and looking for Financial Aid? Check out the KCC START-UP Scholarship for STEM Students. You could receive up to $3,600 a year if you qualify. Application are DUE MARCH 1, 2014.
If you are looking for funds to help you get through your college career, check out one of these financial aid workshops. Workshops are being held all week long. Find out the what, when, where, why and how of college financial aid, personal statements, bank accounts and budgeting for the average college student.
Financial Aid Week 2014
Ka’ie’ie is a degree pathway program with Kapi’olani Community College (KCC) and Univeristy of Hawai’i at Manoa (UHM). It is a dual-admission, dual-enrollment program for students who are pursuing a 4-year undergraduate degree. It is focused on students successfully transferring from KCC to UHM while completing their academic degrees. Please see your academic advisor/counselors if you are interested in this degree, the deadline is quickly approaching. Counselors can be found at the Madia Kamber Center for Career Exploration, Transfer and & Graduation Services, housed in Ilima 104; look for Melvin Jadulang or Gemma Williams.
More Information on Ka’ie’ie Website: http://uhcc.hawaii.edu/kaieie/index.php
Next Pa`ina: November 21st!