Hawaii State Government “Transformation Internship Program”

TIP is a unique opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to gain training and experience in state government and assist in organization change management, business process re-engineering and/or information technology systems and solutions. Through TIP, students will gain experience in areas such as strategic planning, human capital management, organizational change management, quantitative and qualitative management, and fiscal planning.

Interns will be supervised by the Deputy CIO of Business Transformation, and work with program teams to evaluate challenges and identify and assist in the implementation of improvements throughout the State’s various departments. The work of the interns will involve interacting with, meeting with and interviewing state employees, summarizing the results of all research, and presenting findings through presentations, reports, white papers, dashboards, and scorecards. Interns must have the ability to work well with a broad range of stakeholders (e.g. State employees, outside consultants and private organizations) and communicate effectively at multiple levels within the State.

For more details, see here.