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Sounds of Success Preschool is a unique learning center in Aiea that provides speech-language therapy and individualized attention for children who need added support. They are also looking for on call substitute teacher's aides, who love working with kids. If you're interested, please watch this short video.

Kupu is a non-profit organization that is looking for high school and college students who want to work in the environmental field. Paid internships are available. Here's the video link.

For more news you can use and timely career-related topics, visit the Honolulu Star-Advertiser Career Changers blog. New posts added two or three times per week!

Interested in the entertainment biz? Award-winning screenwriter Rich Figel shares personal experiences in his Squashed Gecko blog about the TV and movie industry, as well as other opportunities for writers.

Don't forget to check out our useful links and resources on the left-hand side of this page!

click here to go to the squashed gecko blog

"No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.”
-- Samuel Beckett

Screw success. This blog is about failures and mistakes — things I know a lot about. Each week I'll be sharing things I've learned as a marketing exec, public relations consultant, and award-winning screenwriter. I'll also include links to relevant articles I come across that I think you'll be interested in. ... read more

click here to go to the daily six

In the winter of 1991, I was given the gift of desperation. While it was a painful and unwanted gift at the time, it has created a change of focus for me during the past ten years, which has allowed me to rebuild a the kind of life I never dreamed possible... read more


• We'll show you great gift ideas from Martin & MacArthur to fit any budget range... not just koa items, but also handcrafted glass sculptures, Tahitian pearl jewelry and Italian leather bags.

• Loretta Ables Sayer shares how she went from performing in local showrooms to starring on the Broadway stage. Plus, you'll see her 12 ft. tall Christmas tree, which is decorated with hundreds of ornaments she and her husband have collected.

• And you'll hear how the AHED Foundation is helping to provide more affordable housing for working families, young people and seniors on fixed incomes.

• You can also see videos from past and current episodes on the Career Changers TV YouTube Channel, which now has over 2 million views! Click here to browse by categories.


With OC16 On Demand, you can now see Career Changers TV anytime! Just tune to Channel 14/high def 1014 and select the episode you want. Below is our normal daily schedule on Channel 12 and 1012, subject to change for high school sports. You can also find past shows on OC16's website by clicking here.


New episodes premiere the
first Wednesday of each month.

Mondays 8:00 am
Tuesdays 5:00 am & 4:30 pm
Wednesdays 9:00 pm
Thursdays 3:00 am & 11:30 am
Fridays 5:30 pm & 11:30 pm
Saturdays 11:30 am & 8:30 pm
Sundays 2:30 am & 2:00 pm



We featured New York Times best-selling author Ashley Merryman on our September 2013 show (click here for that video).

Her latest book, "Top Dog" is about the science of winning and losing. Here's a few suggestions gleaned from their research.

If you're trying to launch your own business or startup, you can learn a lot by watching the Friday night ABC reality show in which people pitch their inventions and biz ideas to actual investors. Good article from Fast Company magazine.

Just thinking you have an edge, can actually lead to better performance on certain tests, according to this article in Scientific American magazine... which is similar to what Ashley Merryman's "Top Dog" book says. Here's the SA link -- fascinating stuff!

Make Jobs Come to You
The best jobs aren't always advertised. Here's some ways to develop leads and create your own job opportunities. U.S. News link.

10 Most Common Interview Questions
Don't wing it when you have an important job interview! Practice your answers first. Go to this link for suggestions on how to handle the most frequently asked questions.

Remember That Funny Drunk Photo of You?
Yep... Your Prospective Boss Saw It Too!

That's the gist of a recent New York Times article, which says nearly half of all employers are now checking social networks such as Facebook, Myspace and Twitter when screening potential hires.

Out of 2,600 managers and human resource workers surveyed, over one third said they REJECTED job candidates because of content they found on the web related to that person. Provocative photos were the number one reason they chose not to hire someone. Many cited references to drinking and drug use on web sites as red flags.

Another red flag was bad-mouthing former employers or colleagues online, and poor spelling or grammar. So if you must vent, at least make sure you display decent writing skills in your talk-stink posts, eh?

To read the complete NYT article, click here

And to see examples of what NOT to do with your party pictures, check out this site.. Warning: some photos NSFW (not safe for work) or possibly offensive -- unless you are a recent college graduate, in which case many of the photos will seem familiar.