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- Assist the Director and participating instructor in researching and producing a Native Hawaiian Student Profile. Conduct pertinent student services literature reviews and examine pertinent University of Hawaii policy related to a Hawaiian Place of Learning for Native Hawaiian student recruitment, retention and graduation. Collect and analyze data that tracks Native Hawaiian student enrollment, persistence and success rates. Assist with compiling draft and final “Native Hawaiian Student Profile” report suitable for dissemination in hard copy and digital formats. Assist in university related administrative work in support of the project. Conduct related duties as assigned by the Director or participating instructor
- • At the time of hire be admitted full-time, in good standing, at the University of Hawai’i in a graduate degree program including but not limited to Hawaiian Studies, Education, Family Resources, Urban and Regional Planning and or Sociology.
- • Possess strong organizational, writing and communications skills;
- • Ability to work independently and reliably as part of a team;
- • Demonstrate excellent capabilities in the following software: Word, Excel and PowerPoint;
- • Demonstrate ability to utilize world wide web based research engines and citation programs.
- • Be in good academic standing and maintain a GPA of 3.5 or above
- • Knowledge of University policies and procedures
- • Knowledge of Hawaiian culture
- Kamakakuokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies
- Attn: Dr. Konia Freitas
- Hawai?inuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge UHM
- 2645 Dole Street, Room 209A
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Dr. Konia Freitas; 808-956-0591; email@example.com
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