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Food Services Student Internship

Brigham Young University Hawaii
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NOTE: You can only have 5 open student applications at a time.

Duties and Responsibilities to include but not limited to

  • Storeroom (Supply Chain Management 2 weeks) – working with the Receiving Supervisor learning to place orders for all areas, verifying products order have been received using FIFO principles and tracking inventory usage on a daily/weekly basis. Will be involved in weekly inventory. Will also be involved in all Startup inventory for new semester. Staff supervising: 4-5 people per shift.

  • C-Store and Seasider Snack Bar (Retail 3 weeks) – working with Retail Operations in overseeing staff, training as well as learning to apply business principles and practices in the C-Store and the Seasider Snack Bar. Staff supervisor: 2-3 people per shift.

  • Banyan Dining Hall - (Dining Operations 3 weeks) – working with Dining Hall Operations overseeing staff, training as well as learning to apply business principles and practices in Dining Operations. Staff supervising: 10 - 20 people per shift.

  • Catering Management (Event Planning 2 weeks) – working with the Catering Manager in overseeing Catering and Take-Out Events. Staff supervising: 1-8 per shift. Will be involved in all graduation events, order desk, and VIP events with President’s office and President’s Council, etc.

Intern Schedule – this is a sample idea of a work schedule

  • C-Store/Seasider Snack Bar (June 27-July 8)
  • Catering (July 11-July 23)
  • Banyan Dining Hall (August 1-August 19)
  • Catering (August 22-September 2)

Qualifications and Experiences

  • Attend Management and operational training meetings
  • Work hours scheduled by immediate Manager that will require flexible hours, weekend shifts and late night shifts.
  • Apply business principles and practices within each operation
  • Ability to resolve employee and customer concerns in a win-win situation.
  • Ability to help train and correct employees on proper food safety and sanitation.
  • Must be able to work in a hot, humid environment; being able to stand on feet for long hours.
  • Ability to assist each manager in achieving their operational goals.

Learning Outcomes

  • This position should result in developing and improving management skills in leadership, food safety and sanitation, accountability and responsibility.
  • Bi-monthly evaluations with Director to review job performance and experiences.
  • Able to oversee an area of the operation on his/her own with little or no supervision.
  • A recap of your experiences at each area with specific outlines of what you learned, what was done well and what improvements would you recommend should be submitted to each department and Director by the end of each session.

Dress and Grooming Standards

  • Employee must abide by the BYU-Hawaii Dress and Grooming Standards
  • Employee must also dress appropriately for the position as a member of management.


This job may not comprise all duties required to be performed by the employee. Management reserves the right to change, edit or delete information in the job description.


Working at Brigham Young University Hawaii

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY–HAWAII is the preeminent international center of learning in the Pacific. Its small campus is a unique laboratory of intercultural leadership development, where a diverse population of 2,500 students representing over 70 countries live, study, and work together. Small classes taught by expert faculty empower students to master challenging and relevant curriculum, while affordable tuition, financial aid, and online study options make this valuable education more accessible than ever.

Operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a total BYU–Hawaii education involves not only intellectual learning and career preparation, but also moral, ethical, and spiritual enrichment. All the while, students enjoy living and learning in one of the most beautiful places on earth. Graduates go forth to serve, prepared to promote peace and prosperity as leaders worldwide.

The spirit of Aloha is what BYU–Hawaii employees wear when performing their duties. "Aloha" means mutual regard and affection and extends warmth in caring with no obligation in return. "Aloha" is the essence of relationships in which each person is important.

BYU–Hawaii employees find fulfillment as they take part in the mission of Brigham Young University Hawaii: "to assist individuals in their quest for perfection and eternal life and in their efforts to influence the establishment of peace internationally."

Find Us
(808) 675-3446
55-220 Kulanui Street
BYUH #1947
United States
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