Lambda Psi employs a rigorous program of professional development for our members, as it is our main goal to develop our members professionally. We host a variety of professional events, such as guest speakers, workshops, and company tours. If you would like to host a company tour or workshop, or have any inquiries about our professional events, please contact our Vice President of Professional Event at vppe.lambdapsi@gmail.com.

 
 
 Executive Vice President of KTA Super Stores, Derek Kurisu with Brother Oshiro.

Executive Vice President of KTA Super Stores, Derek Kurisu with Brother Oshiro.

Guest Speakers & Mixers

During the academic year Lambda Psi invites multiple guest speakers in and they cover a variety of topics to help our members gain insight with professional advice. Topics that we often cover includes entrepreneurial stories, financial management, and professional attire. 

We often host mixers and networking events with other students, professionals, professors, and alumni to allow our members the opportunity to network and create professional relationships.

 
 Brother Kahawaii and Brother Oshiro manning the sign-in table at the Spring 2017 Job &  Internship Fair.

Brother Kahawaii and Brother Oshiro manning the sign-in table at the Spring 2017 Job &  Internship Fair.

WorkShops, Fairs & Mentorships

In the past Lambda Psi has worked with UH Hilo's ALEX program and the College of Business & Economics to host job & internship fairs, as well as mentorships and workshops. Our recent Spring 2017 fair brought in about 40 internship and job opportunities. 

Our members also attend and participate in workshops and career programs not hosted by our chapter. This has included resume workshops and mock interviews.

 
 Lambda Psi members pose with Ian F. Whiteside, Founder of WikiFRESH Restaraunt.

Lambda Psi members pose with Ian F. Whiteside, Founder of WikiFRESH Restaraunt.

Company Tours

Lambda Psi has had the opportunity to tour companies such as WikiFRESH and Mehana Brewery. These tours has given our members the opportunity to see how business run first hand and allows for questions and advice from employees regarding future employment.

 
 Brothers at the GCC Event in New Orleans. 

Brothers at the GCC Event in New Orleans. 

National Leadership Conferences

Delta Sigma Pi offers a variety of events and programs that provide opportunities for Delta Sigma Pi members to maximize their potential in professional leadership, Fraternity operations, and personal life. 

Leadership and Excellence Academies for Deltasigs (LEAD events) offers training for Deltasigs and provides great opportunities to serve and build lifelong friendships.

Grand Chapter Congress sessions include leadership training applicable to chapter and fraternity management, but also to personal and professional life.

Past LEAD events have taken place in Seattle, Syracuse, and Denver; just to name a few. For more information visit dsp.org.

 

 
 

Internships & Careers

Delta Sigma Pi members are given chances and opportunities to intern at various companies in Hawaii, out of state, and even internationally. These internships and jobs are not only marketing positions but are also suitable for finance, accounting, and management majors alike.

 

Companies That Have Provided Our Members Internships or Jobs

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Internship Opportunities

Our chapter works with many different companies so that we can extend internship opportunities to our members in hopes that they can grow professionally. Our members are currently studying in various areas of business, including: Accounting, Economics, Marketing, Management and Finance. 

Companies, are you looking to hire interns? We are happy to offer our members exclusive internship opportunities! Please contact us


 

UH Hilo College of Business & Economics

UH Hilo’s College of Business and Economics (CoBE) offers one of only two AACSB-accredited business administration degree programs in the State of Hawaiʻi. The college provides various resources to students, including their Career Development Program and Mentorship Program.

CoBE also a BUS 400 (3) credit bearing internship course that may be repeated for a total of six credits. For more information visit the College of Business & Economics website!

 
 
Lava photo provided by Keith Nerida