Keoni Souza: Have a plan
Through his work, Keoni gets to help families protect everyone and everything they love through estate planning.
As a graduate of the University of Hawai‘i, you’re more than just an alumna/alumnus—you’re a part of the UH ʻohana. Although your college days may be over, your ties to UH don't have to end at graduation. Stay connected, get involved and learn about the resources that are available to you. Your #UHohana is here to support you.
Due to the ever-evolving COVID-19 crisis, we’ve decided to postpone all of our upcoming alumni events until further notice. We take the health of our alumni, friends, students and staff very seriously and appreciate your understanding in this matter. We plan to reschedule the events and will keep you informed once new dates have been confirmed.
For more information, please visit our COVID-19 resources page.
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Whether you are entering into the job market for the first time, looking to change your career path, or just want to freshen up your knowledge of the job application process, hiring processes can be daunting.
CTAHRAA President Michelle Au was recently honored for her outstanding contributions to CTAHR.
Joseph Kim, a fall 2016 graduate of the UH Mānoa School of Architecture, along with his colleagues from Design Partners Incorporated utilized their 3D printer to make face shields for local hospitals in need of personal protection equipment.
To show appreciation to our alumni, the UH Bookstores are offering special pricing, plus tax-free savings, on select Apple Macs and iPads.
UH Mānoa alumna Suzanne “Susie” Chun Oakland shared career and professional expertise with public administration students.