UH Foundation's Annual Giving department is alive with UH students who report to work each night knowing that through their efforts, they will raise important funds for the university. This money is designated by donors to support areas such as scholarships, library acquisitions, equipment and other valuable resources that greatly enhance the student experience.
The Student Calling Center hires students who want to develop professional work experience while making a difference in their UH community.
If you are a student at any of the ten UH campuses and love UH, please consider a position working in our calling center. Submit an application online, or contact us for more information at (808) 956-3486 or StudentCaller@UHFoundation.org. The student callers make 150,000 calls per year in support of UH. We hope you enjoy your call when you are called to support the university.Apply Today
Meet our Callers
Aloha! My name is Gabrielle Carvalho and I am a student at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. I plan on pursuing a business degree so I can own my own business. I have been working for the UH Foundation since I started college at UH, and I have gained so much knowledge from my experience at the call center that will benefit me in the future. I have learned how important it is to give back and help support other students who are also passionate about being successful in a career one day. Other than working and attending class, I like to spend my free time exploring the beautiful beaches on O‘ahu!
Maria Ena Rose Bartolome
Aloha! My name is Maria Ena Rose Bartolome and I am a student at the University of Hawaiëi at Manoa. Originally from Hawaii Island, I came to Oahu to get my bachelors in public health. Working at the UH Foundation is a learning experience that Iíll never regret. I am surrounded by my fellow UH students as coworkers. And with the time I have spent working with the UH Foundation from the start of my college career, I ended up building friendships that will last beyond graduation. Because of this I took upon myself to use my experiences and skills that I have gained so far to become a supervisor to contribute to the success of UH Foundationís Annual giving. Raising important funds for the university, I realized is a big responsibility but itís a huge accomplishment to know we are a part of something great.
Aloha, my name is Aleczandra Aczon and I am one of the student supervisors here at the UH Foundation Call Center. I am happy to be attending the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa because Hawai‘i is where I consider to be home. I am currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering. I’ve been working at the call center ever since my very first day of college and I am so grateful to have this job. From being here, I have grown to become a better communicator and a better leader. I love speaking with alumni and friends of UH and helping them make their gifts to the university. When I graduate, I’ll be sharing my aloha and be giving back to my alma mater!
Aloha! My name is Gabriela Diaz-Gonzalez and I'm a supervisor at the UH Foundation Call Center. I'm a second year student pursuing a degree in Korean Language and Literature. I started working at the call center during the second half of my freshman year and I've loved it ever since. It's great to be able to talk to alumni and let them know how they can continue to support the University they love so much. The best part of working at the call center is all the incredible people I get to work with every day in order to help the University. When I'm not working or in class, you can find me trying new food around the island.
Aloha, my name is Meilani and I am a student supervisor here at the University of Hawaii Foundation. I am a freshman at UH Mānoa pursuing my Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Travel Industry Management. I have just started on my fourth month of working at the foundation and it has been an amazing journey. I am lucky to get to say that I thoroughly enjoy coming into work. I have learned so many useful skills, met a lot of wonderful people, and helped the foundation raise funds that go into funding student success at all ten UH campuses. I am eternally grateful for getting the opportunity to be a part of a truly incredible team with a meaningful purpose. In my free time I like to bake macarons, play board games, and do puzzles.
Aloha, my name is Emily Tupper and I am a freshman at the University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa and one of the newest supervisors here at the University of Hawaiʻi Foundation. I decided to attend the UH to pursue degrees in both biology and classics, and I plan on attending medical school after finishing my undergraduate studies. Iʻm originally from Portland, Oregon but I decided to come to Hawaiʻi due to the superior biology program that UH offers. I started working for the foundation about two month ago and it has been so much fun! I really enjoy all the people I work with because they create such a positive and welcoming environment. I also love knowing that the work I do benefits so many of my peers and the whole University of Hawaiʻi system.
Aloha, my name is Miranda and I am born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. I graduated from Roosevelt High School in 2018 and I am currently attending our beautiful Kapiolani Community College campus. I am a student supervisor here at the University of Hawaii Foundation Call Center and it has been an incredible journey. I have learned how to build rapport and connect with people to discover their passions. I love being able to make a difference for students by giving them the option of furthering and bettering their education. Working at the call center also gives me the wonderful opportunity of speaking with alumni and friends to help them support and give back to their community. We are all here for a great cause and I am glad to be a part of a team that makes a difference.