Partners

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Wagner-Peyser

Leads the Welcome Team

  Hawaii Workforce

Development Division

Title I Funding

  • Universal access focused on job search, job referral & recruiting businesses with job openings

  • Job-seeker assessments leading to career guidance

  • Assistance to businesses through Job Fairs, special recruitment needs & job restructuring

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Adult/Dislocated Worker

Goodwill Industries Hawaii, inc Title I Funding

  • Adult 

  • 18+ years old

  • Low income

  • Veteran preference/males registered for  Selective Service

  • Basic skills or English language deficient

  • Barriers to employment

  • Long term unemployed

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Hawaii Job Corps
Maui Center

Title 1-C Funding

  • Ages 16-24

  • No cost education & technical training for low-income individuals

  • Free residential housing, living allowance, training, and support services

  • Graduate support and job placement

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DLIR Unemployment Insurance
  • Individuals eligible through termination of employment

  • Temporary assistance based on past employment & eligibility usually 26 weeks of benefits

  • State operated funding contributed through employer payroll

  • Must register with HireNet services

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HireNet Hawaii

Hirenet Hawaii is a Tool that is Designed to Assist Hawaii's Job Seekers and Businesses
 

  • Job seekers are able to create resumes, job search, and access essential information 

  • Employers are able to post their job openings, search through resumes for possible candidates, 

  • Most importantly, all of these services are available at no cost.

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Ku'ina Youth Program

Title I Funding

Youth

  • Ages 16-24 Out of School Youth (OSY)

  • Ages 14-21 In-School Youth (ISY)

  • Males 18 and over must register for Selective Service

  • Basic skills or English language deficient

  • Low income and barriers to education & employment

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Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc

Title I Funding

  • Senior Community Services Employment Program

  • Community Services Block Grant

  • National Farmers Job Program

  • Core Four Program

  • B.E.S.T Program

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Alu Like, Inc

Title 1, USDOE and
Private Grant Funding

  • Provides “kokua” to Native Hawaiians that are committed to achieving their own potential

  • Youth employment and training opportunities for Native Hawaiian, Native American, and Alaska Native youth ages 14-24

  • Take advantage of the Hana Lima Scholarship Program

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 (DVR) Vocational Rehabilitation

Title 1-B Funding

  • 14 years+ with disabilities to prepare, secure, and maintain employment

  • Individuals with physical or cognitive disabilities looking to enter or retain meaningful employment

  • Appropriate and accurate assessment

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McKinley Community School for Adults

Maui Campus
Title II Funding

  • Services for adults and youth 18+

  • Attain GED, Workforce Development Diploma, Substitute Teacher Courses, Paraprofessional Testing, and other DOE certifications

  • Basic skills or English language classes

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Career and Technical Education (CTE)

Federal Funding Through Perkins IV Act

  • Develops the academic, technical, and career skills for secondary and post-secondary students through funding support

  • Supports partnerships among workforce boards, businesses, post-secondary institutions, and a variety of industries

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University of Hawaii, Maui

Explore the innovative programs and supportive student services to help you succeed in college, and beyond.

  • Pursue a bachelor of applied science degree in emerging industries like Sustainable Science Management, Engineering Technology, and Applied Business and Information Technology,

  • Or an associate’s degree or certificate from over 20 other programs.

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Maui Chamber of Commerce
  • Maui Chamber of Commerce is a business organization comprised of businesses from all sectors, all sizes, and all areas of the island. 

  • It's where business leaders work together to create a strong economic climate to sustain business growth and prosperity, build relationships, support each other, and improve the quality of life for all Maui residents. 

  • Our motto is "Our business is Maui business" 

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 SBA  Disaster  Loan Program
  • Hawai‘i small businesses suffering financial losses due to the impact of COVID-19 can now file for low-interest working capital loans of up to $2 million from the Small Business Administration (SBA).

  • The SBA today approved a certification request submitted by Gov. David Ige, clearing the way for Hawai‘i small businesses to participate in the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan Assistance Program.

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Maui County Business Resource Center

MCBRC is an extension project of the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development.

  • The MCBRC serves as an entrepreneurial resource for new or existing business owners who need business assistance for operations within Maui County.

  • The Center was established to improve public access to government resources and increase the reach of non-profit partners that provide business assistance and consultation.

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Kahiau Community Assistance Program
  • The purpose of the Kahiau Community Assistance Program (KCAP) is to provide one-time emergency financial assistance (up to $1500) to Native Hawaiian beneficiaries facing hardship due to an unexpected crisis.

  • KCAP is made possible through a grant from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs and aims to provide stability for Native Hawaiians during emergency situations.

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Maui County
Hawaii
  • Get email notifications for County updates

  • Learn about road closures

  • Find Employment Opportunities

  • Learn about emergency Preparedness

  • Maka'ala - Receive Maui County emergency alerts

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Maui Economic Development Board

MEDB’s mission is to lead and inspire innovation in business, education, and our community.

  • COVID-19 Business Assistance Series – webcasts to help small business leaders navigates resources available to them, with clear step-by-step instructions.

  • 1-on-1 Assistance by appointment

  • Workforce Development through STEM Education

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Hours:

8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Except for the holidays.

*Note* Please call the Maui AJC at 270-5777  

to make an appointment for assistance.

You must wear a face mask and adhere to social distancing rules at all times.

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