Hawaii State FCU said it has partnered with Hawaii Business College to provide free job skill training to members who lost their jobs in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks and who remain out of work. The joint effort is being called Career Pathways and will offer two customized, non-credit modules for HSFCU members: Career Development and Computer Applications. Each module consists of three courses. The credit union and Hawaii Business College will subsidize the tuition and textbook costs. "Seven months after the attacks of Sept. 11, some of our members may still be caught in its ripple effect on Hawaii's economy," said HSFCU President Deborah Kim.