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Employment

Employment

More than 80% of all students work while attending University. With more students than ever working on their own to pay for their college experience, a college job has become more important in learning life lessons. How can you learn leadership at the place where you work?

Getting a Job

  • Prepare
    • Pray for guidance.
    • Prepare a resume.
    • Look at your schedule and decide the range of hours you are able to work.
    • What are your interests and skills? Click here to register for and take the "Do What You Are" Inventory.
  • Engage
    • Review available jobs at the Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) and BYU-Hawaii (BYU-H).
    • Click here to find out how to apply for jobs at the PCC and BYU-H.
    • Submit your resume at YCareers for BYU-H jobs.
    • Visit the PCC Employment Office in the LSB for PCC jobs.
  • Improve
    • "Does this job match my hours, interests, and skills?"
    • "How can I improve my resume?"

Employee Development

At BYU-Hawaii we believe in being people who:

  • Act with integrity
  • Are accountable for our actions
  • Take initiative
  • Have positive attitudes

iLead provides learning modules and strategies to assist in your leadership development process. This includes creating a foundation to start from, assisting in your personal development of attributes and skills that will help you to become a more effective employee and leader in the workplace.

The following four modules are suggested to get started. Please discuss these learning modules with your supervisor to determine what will best help you in your current situation. For more information about these modules, please view the list of iLead Learning Modules.

Completed iLead Learning Module
0 of 2Follow Good - By completing this module, you should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the key principle 'Follow Good.'
0 of 2Serve with Aloha - By completing this module, you should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the key principle 'Serve with Aloha.'
0 of 2Time Management - By completing this module, you should be able to classify priorities, set meaningful goals, and use resources to complete tasks in a timely manner.
0 of 2Taking Responsibility - By completing this module, you should be able to demonstrate personal responsibility and integrity including an understanding that all choices have consequences.