Summer Journalism Paid Internships: Deadline March 1, 2018

The Hawaii Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists is accepting applications for summer internships at media organizations.

Available will be 12 summer internships for college students — 11 full-time positions over 10 weeks at 40 hours per week ($4,040 pay) and one part-time position for eight weeks at 29 hours per week ($2,343 pay).

2016 Interns

Applicants must be Hawaii residents enrolled in a college or university who attended a high school in Hawaii; any student enrolled in a college or university in Hawaii; students who completed their sophomore year of college by June 2017; or recent graduates (no earlier than May 2016).

Participating media organizations are the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, Pacific Business News, Hawaii magazine, Hawaii Business, Honolulu magazine, Pacific Edge, Honolulu Civil Beat, Hawaii News Now, KHON Channel 2, KITV 4, Alexander & Baldwin (public relations) and Hawaii Public Radio.

Additional eligibility and application information can be viewed and downloaded from here. Program information can be found here.

The application deadline is March 1.

For more information, contact Craig DeSilva at 282-1038 or at cdesilva@hotmail.com, or go to hawaiispj.org/Interns/2018intern.htm.

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‘Your Voice’ – Free 1-hour Workshop 2017: Waianae Dec. 16 at 1pm

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Waianae and Hunting Community Meeting 11 Dec. 2017 at 7PM

Good morning,

There will be a meeting in Waianae next week Monday, December 11 at 7:00 pm. The meeting will be held at the Waianae District Park, same place as the Waianae Neighborhood Meeting. Ken Koike was gracious enough to put this together for us quickly. Please come and spread the word about this meeting as I will be there to meet with whoever wants to voice their concerns over the project. I understand that Ken did mention this meeting at the last Waianae Neighborhood Meeting. We still plan to hold the other meeting on January 11, but I would like to take advantage of Ken’s offer to meet with the Waianae and Hunting community sooner. I am not sure if the Board of Water Supply will be able to make it to this meeting on such a short notice but I will notify them and encourage their participation.

If you could email me a list of concerns that would be appreciated. That would give us some time to get you as much of the answers as possible for the meeting. I understand that some of the concerns relate to actions and projects that are not under DLNR, i.e. the aerial rat poison distribution in Schofield.

Mahalo,

Ryan Keala Ishima Peralta
Forest Management Supervisor I

PUPUKAHI I HOLOMUA!

State of Hawaii
Department of Land and Natural Resources
Division of Forestry and Wildlife
2135 Makiki Heights Drive
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822
(o) 808-973-9784 (f) 808-973-9781 (c) 808-292-5645