East Maui Workforce Resources
Look here for links to current initiatives, partnerships and opportunities for East Maui residents
To submit updates or corrections, please email email@example.com
Hana Fresh Job: Traditional Crop Manager (posted 12/22/2020)
Hana Fresh Job: Cook, Traditional Foods (posted 12/22/2020)
Covid-19 Relief Resources for residents and businesses at MauiNuiStrong.net
East Maui Food Entrepreneurs! For information about having a booth at Friday’s Hana Farmers Market visit the website: https://hanafarmersmarket.org/
To inquire about being a vendor, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, farm name and location, contact information, and products you are interested in selling.
COUNTY SERVICES for Workforce Development and Covid-19 Grant opportunities
Maui American Job Center – The American Job Center is your One-Stop-Shop dedicated to providing free services to job seekers and employers, including job search assistance, personal career planning services, training opportunities, HireNet Hawaii support and a library resource center.
Maui County Virtual Job Fair– County of Maui’s partnership with the American Job Center and University of Hawai’i Maui College to provide this Virtual Job Fair for convenient job training, employment searches, career information, internships, college certificates/degrees and much more.
Kokua Maui County Small Business Recovery & Relief Fund, visit www.covid19mauinui.com/kokua-maui-county or call (808) 270-5745
The County of Maui is partnering with six chartered FCUs to implement the program: Maui County FCU, Maui FCU, Valley Isle Community FCU, Kahului FCU, Wailuku FCU and Maui Teachers FCU.
The program covers reimbursable business expenses such as rent/lease payments, utility payments and COVID-19-related safety precautions at the place of business. The maximum award for small businesses is $7,500.
Businesses eligible to apply must:
Have a physical commercial/industrial business location within Maui County.
Have an active registered Trade Name with the Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA).
Have a current General Excise Tax (GET) license as proof of registration for doing business in the State of Hawaii.
Have been established prior to March 20, 2019, which should be reflected on the business’ GET license as the starting date.
Have less than $1 million in annual gross revenue.
Be operating at time of application.
Have not received a Micro Business Loan through the Maui Chamber of Commerce.
**Note this is not available for Vacation Rental Property businesses at this time.
Workforce News & Announcements
- Kahanu Garden Hiring January 21, 2021
- Job Openings at Waiʻanapanapa State Park January 21, 2021
- Hana Fresh Job – Traditional Crop Manager December 22, 2020
- Hana Fresh Job – Cook, Traditional Foods December 22, 2020
- Ma Ka Hana Ka ʻIke Opportunities December 2, 2020
- Kahanu Garden temporary job opening October 29, 2020
- Farm Apprentice Mentoring (FAM) Program October 14, 2020
- Executive Director for East Maui Non-Profit Organization on Maui October 12, 2020