Joshua Orimoto is in his third year at KCC and an early admit at UH Mānoa through it’s Air Force ROTC program. Majoring in Liberal Arts, Orimoto chose the Air Force because his grandfather was once in it, and for the financial benefits that he can use toward college tuition. During his free time, Orimoto enjoys flying drones to make videos.
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- Dolan BradberryFrom Salt Lake City, Dolan Bradberry transferred from The University of Utah to start his second year of school at KCC. The 27-year-old found his way to Hawaiʻi through the Navy, which he has been in for about seven years. Sharing that he has been exposed to nuclear power and how it is beneficial as a renewable energy source, Bradberry said it was this information that led him to pursue his studies in Natural Sciences with a focus in Engineering. " ... I'm just trying to get an Engineering degree so I can do some research and development on either new designs [for renewable energy sources] or something similar," Bradberry said. Being that he is on a short assignment rather than having to be on a ship for the Navy, Bradberry said that it is a nice change of pace to have that allows him to attend school.