2022 Tech Job Fair

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After a 2-Year hiatus, together with the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii and Hawaii is Hiring,
we are back with our Virtual Tech Job Fair in 2022!

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*We will be accepting new applications for virtual booths until 1/31, Monday!*
Please email info@htdc.org for details.


Participating Companies

Hawaii’s best companies are looking for tech talent!

Check out some of the tech-based roles they are hiring for HERE

Participating Companies



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Live Sessions

Register to attend these live sessions at the virtual tech job fair!

Live SessionWorking in Hawaii’s Growing IT Sector:
What the data says and steps you can take to secure your place in it

Session Time: 9:30am-10:30am

EVP, Education & Workforce Development, Chamber of Commerce Hawaii

IT Workforce Development & Regulated Policy Lead, University of Hawaii

Program Manager, Hana Career Pathways, University of Hawaii Community Colleges

This joint presentation presents the insights from the recent IT Workforce Needs Analysis conducted by the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii. The speakers will share recommendations and actions that are being taken in the community to build Hawaii's IT workforce, as well as the steps students and incumbent workers can take to enter and advance in the technology space.
Tech Job Fair 2022_Hannah PritchettUnprecedented times and the great reallocation
Session Time: 10:30am-11am

Head of Talent Pipelines, Stripe

The "Great Resignation" - boon or bane for organizations? Our featured speaker talks about how historical world events have shaped the labor market and what employers and job-seekers should do to leverage opportunities following these transformational moments in time.

Hannah leads a top-of-funnel recruiting team at Stripe, where she's responsible for Stripe's approach to efficiently finding great talent all over the world.
Hawaii Data Science InstituteFuture of Work in Paradise
Session Time: 11:15am-11:45am

Co-Director, Hawai‘i Data Science Institute
Director of Cyberinfrastructure, Information Technology Services, University of Hawai‘i

Co-Director, Hawai'i Data Science Institute
Director, Laboratory for Advanced Visualization & Applications, UH Mānoa
Professor, Information & Computer Sciences, UH Mānoa

Hawai‘i ranks 3rd among the states in the US most severely impacted by COVID-19, due to its heavy reliance on tourism and the military. This presentation describes efforts in the areas of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence in Hawai‘i to create pandemic proof job opportunities, as well as jobs that will allow the workforce to achieve salaries comparable to the mainland US.
Virtual Tech Job Fair - Elisha FrondaTalk Story with Elisha Fronda: Graduating in the midst of a pandemic
Session Time: 12:30pm

ELISHA FRONDA, Go-To-Market, Whatnot

Job-hunting upon graduation can be stressful but graduating into a pandemic is undeniably nerve-wrecking. Join us as we speak to Elisha Fronda, a Kamehameha Schools graduate who mastered the art of creating and seizing (unapparent!) opportunities. Now with the go-to-market team at Whatnot, Elisha will share his journey of taking risks and creating his own destiny.

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Hawaii Talent Onboarding Program (HITOP)
*Starting April / May 2022*

Brain drain is a serious challenge in Hawaii, driving some companies to recruit from the mainland. However, when new hires fail to acculturate to Hawaii, businesses suffer costly churn, stunted strategic momentum, reduced productivity and PR / community relations challenges. Movers and Shakas’ Hawaii Talent Onboarding Program (HITOP) will help newcomers learn about Hawaii, increase work effectiveness and life satisfaction, build a social network and become better community members. 

Many businesses have a company orientation, but very few have a community orientation. M&S’s place-based immersion program facilitates the professional, social and cultural transition of employees (and their partners) who are new to Hawaii, boosting talent integration and retention.

For more details, check out this article by Civil Beat or the one-pager overview.



Employers – for team members and upcoming hires coming from outside of Hawaii who will benefit

Individuals – for those new to Hawaii (participation requires company or individual sponsorship)

Contact M&S Director, Nicole Lim (nicole@moversandshakas.org)
to learn more about 
joining the pilot planned for April / May 2022.