Calling all students who want to get involved in award winning student media!  The UH Mānoa Student Media Board (SMB) is seeking student representatives to serve on its board (up to a 2-year appointment).  Becoming a part of SMB is a great way to get involved on campus and an excellent opportunity to boost your résumé. SMB members gain organizational and leadership management skills in public administration, human resources, budgeting, policymaking, and more.

SMB is a Chartered Student Organization (CSO) recognized by the Board of Regents to govern KTUH, the campus radio station; Ka Leo O Hawai‘i, the campus news organization; UH Productions, video and film production; and Hawai‘i Review, the student literary journal.

SMB strives to improve each media program by weighing the needs of the student body and investing in resources that enhance the capabilities of student media. You will get to work directly on approving the programs’ budgets, interviewing job applicants, and strategic planning for outreach and fundraising events. This is a rare opportunity to shape student media and make a difference for the UH community.

Student positions are open to fee-paying undergraduate or graduate students at UH Mānoa with at least two semesters of coursework remaining. All students who are interested are encouraged to apply. Students with backgrounds in media, communications, accounting, law, business, or public administration are encouraged to apply.

APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN. Download the application here:  SMB Board Application 2019.

Submit via email at Interviews will be held on a rolling basis.

PRIORITY DEADLINE: November 12, 2019.

For more information, contact SMB at