Life after LTEC

LTEC Ohana

LTEC graduates are ready to work in teams with content specialists, artists, agencies that design continuing professional education, programmers, and managers to design effective technology-based products and environments for various learning settings, such as schools, museums, and corporations.

As a UH grad, you are now also a part of a network of over 300,000 UH alumni worldwide. The connections you maintain in the post-graduate world will continue to be a resource for you. Keep in touch by signing up or updating your contact information with the LTEC Ohana contact list. Information about job position announcements will be sent to the contact email that you specify. Free or fee-based online professional development information will also be sent in this manner. Submit family or career news or any suggestions or comments that you would like to share with the LTEC Faculty and Staff may also be sent through this form. Also check out the other Alumni programs offered by UH to stay connected.  

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Hear from Our Alumni

LTEC PhD Alumnus Mark Hines featured in LTEC profile video - What can an LTEC Degree do for YOUR Career? Series

LTEC MEd Alumnus Frank Jumawan featured in LTEC profile video - What can an LTEC Degree do for YOUR Career? Series

LTEC MEd Alumnus Davilla Gose featured in LTEC profile video - What can an LTEC Degree do for YOUR Career? Series

Career Resources

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As a recent UH grad, the UH Manoa Career Center will continue to be a resource for you. The Career Center will continue to provide career counseling to assist in planning your post-graduate path/goals. In addition, all graduates are welcome to join the regularly scheduled career fairs to get a chance to speak and network with representatives from local and national organizations.

Whether you are a recent graduate or an experienced professional, finding a job or facing a career change can be a challenging experience. The UH Alumni Career Services site is a great tool for alumni to share information about career opportunities in Hawaii or elsewhere. If you are searching for a position at one of the UH campuses, the Careers Opportunities at UH website contains job listings from various departments from each of the ten UH campuses. 

You may also decide that you want to continue learning in which case check out some of the new and hot educational technology courses and post-graduate certificate programs offered by the LTEC department.

LTEC-related Fields

  • Doctoral Studies and Academic Research
  • Usability and User Experience Design Research
  • Educational Media Creation and Evaluation
  • Educational Technologies and Programs Evaluation
  • Interaction/Course Design
  • Leading Tech Integration in Formal/Informal Learning Settings
  • Teaching with New Technologies
  • Game Design with an emphasis on performance improvement
  • Performance Development


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Common LTEC Alumni Careers

  • Teacher/Lecturer 
  • Educational Technology Specialist
  • Technology Coordinator
  • Instructional Designer
  • Curriculum Coordinator
  • Distance Education Coordinator
  • Online Learning Specialist
  • Program Data Specialist
  • User Experience Design and Research Consultant
  • Web Marketing Assistant
  • Supplemental Instruction Facilitator
  • Instructional Systems Specialist
  • Web Developer
  • Web Designer
  • Graphic Designer
  • Visual Merchandiser / Internet Marketing Specialist
  • Director of Curriculum and Innovative Technology
  • Instructional Technology Coordinator/Specialist
  • Information Technology Specialist
  • Educational Media Assistant

Partial List of LTEC Alumni Employers

A degree in Learning Design and Technology is not limited to an educational setting. A degree in LTEC also has applications in corporations, government, military, and nonprofit organizations. Here is a sampling of specific organizations where LTEC graduates have found employment: 

Join the Hui

AECT-HI is a chapter affiliate coordinated by the Department of Learning Design & Technology (LTEC) faculty, alumni, and graduate students with the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT). As a registered independent organization at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, AECT-HI conducts community-building activities such as social events, workshops/special lectures, and participation in conferences. Our organization provides a forum for current students and alumni to stay connected with the LTEC department and getting involved with improving instruction through technology.

A group of AECT members doing the shocka.