Career Expo 2022 connects job seekers with top Hawaii employers
By Craig T. Kojima |
August 3, 2022
| Updated on August 4, 2022 at 12:40 am
Wednesday's Hawaii Career Expo 2022 connected job seekers with many of the state’s top employers at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center Exhibition Hall. More than 80 of Hawaii’s leading employers were at the free, in-person job fair.
U.S. Vets Hawaii’s Amanda Grode helped Spencer Garcia, middle, and Jack Hendrix fill out paperwork.
Working at the Pacific Hawaii Health booth were Jasmine Lin-Wo,
Leah Vaughn, Ji Min Joo and Kelly Todani.
Sage-Makena Maialoha, left, talks about working in the Department of Public Safety with Sgt. Feliuai Leota.
Ruth Moli, left, who is looking for a job, talks with Marc Arita, and Michael Oh of Polynesian Adventure Tours.
Kimo Ayau, a driver with Polynesian Adventure Tours, talks with Ruth Moli.
Nick Burnett, left, with mother, Maggie Burnett, and friend, Alexis Penater were planning their next moves at the Career Expo.
In the State of Hawaii Department of Taxation booth were Sheri Tonouchi, Daryl Arai, Gordon Zane, Gale Magee, Nicholas Shakur, Brenda Singson, Joshua Michaels and Titin Sakata.
Lt. Andrew Lund answered questions about the U.S. Navy.
Visiting the U.S. Navy and Chief Ignacio Arbildi, right, was Shella Yoneda, Reyger Dimaunahan, Alexzandria Templo and Fatima Rollo.
Heather Aki-Marcos of the Honolulu Cookie Company talks about the company.
At the C.S. Wo & Sons booth were Johnny Chou, Isaac Sakata, and Jayde Chandara.