Education / Training / Apprenticeships
COOL (Credentialing Opportunities On-Line) helps Army service members find information on certifications and licenses related to their military occupation and civilian careers. COOL can also be used by Recruiters, Counselors, Credentialing Organizations and Employers.
Similar to the Army COOL program, The Air Force Cool Program helps AF service members find information on certifications and licenses related to their military occupation and civilian careers. COOL can also be used by Recruiters, Counselors, Credentialing Organizations and Employers.
Onward to Opportunity is a career skills program through the Institute for Veterans and Military Families that provides civilian career training, professional certifications and job placement support to transitioning service members, members of the Reserves or National Guard, veterans, and military spouses. Both classroom and web-based training are available.
Good Jobs Hawaiʻi is a coalition of businesses, educators and community partners that will help people in Hawaiʻi get high quality jobs and careers, while ensuring employers meet their needs for a skilled, local workforce.
Founded in 1907, the University of Hawaiʻi System includes 3 universities, 7 community colleges and community-based learning centers across Hawaiʻi. As the state’s public system of higher education, UH offers opportunities as unique and diverse as our island home.
Educational programs that seeks to create tomorrows leaders of the Air and Space forces.
Assisting Active Duty, Reserve and Veterans of the Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps and Navy obtain their transcript documents.
The Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DLIR) - Workforce Development Division (WDD) is currently accepting applications for the Hele Imua State of Hawaii Internship Program, a 12-week internship opportunity. The purpose of this program is to provide eligible candidates exposure to various high-demand occupations in state government that may transition into gainful employment in Hawaii's labor market.