Alumni & Career Services

Unicity signs agreement to offer internships and jobs in 50 countries to BYUH students

Health product company Unicity signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will provide BYU-Hawaii students with internships and jobs in over 50 countries on Sept. 27.

New career development class has students do hands-on projects for potential employers

A new career development course called On-Campus Experiential Learning (CRDEV 199R) will give students opportunities to work in teams of four to five with actual employers on projects, said Mark MacDonald, director of Alumni & Career Services.

BYU-Hawaii Career Center offers free Myers–Briggs Type Indicator test to students

The BYU-Hawaii Alumni & Career Services provides the Myers–Briggs Type Indicator test to students to help them understand their natural preferences and achieve their life goals, said Director Mark Macdonald.

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