This summer, undergraduate students from the University of Hawaiʻi, University of California San Diego, and Hamilton College joined the DataHouse team to develop solutions that help improve our local and global communities. During our 2020 Summer Internship Program, these incredibly bright students have been working on real-world solutions for the State of Hawaii Department of Transportation Airports (DOTA), Department of Education (DOE), and Department of Industrial Relations (DLIR) Workforce Development Division (WDD). All these projects are helping the State manage the effects of the current public health crisis.

“It’s wonderful to watch our interns take this opportunity to initiate positive changes for our community. Their constructive energy and collaborative mindset have contributed to their growth and cultivated innovation, both within DataHouse and externally.”

Scott Fujieda, Vice President, Solutions and Consulting Services (and former DataHouse intern)

For over 40 years, DataHouse has prioritized the internship program as part of our innovation strategy and Principles of Success. We value the contributions our local students make to create a better Hawaiʻi and world. Especially during the current COVID-19 crisis, we are proud to extend our impact and provide valuable learning experiences for the next generation of innovators.

Mahalo to our remarkable internship team! We look forward to all that you accomplish in your academic and professional careers.