Corie Kuia graduated from Kalani High School where she played both basketball and volleyball. Now taking classes at KCC, she hopes to continue her studies in the field of kinesiology at UH Mānoa and eventually work in athletic training. Corie decided she wanted to pursue this career track because it combines her passion for sports and helping those with sporting-related injuries. This upcoming summer, Corie will be working at the Summer Fun camp that is being held at Pākī park. In her free time, you’ll find her playing pickup basketball or hanging with friends.
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Chris is a pre-nursing student and originally hails from Los Angeles, California. Though not native to the islands, he has strong local roots; his grandfather grew up on a sugar plantation on Kaua‘i and most of his extended family lives in Honolulu. When not cramming for an exam in the library you’ll find Chris surfing many of the fantastic waves O‘ahu has to offer. Chris can be reached at email@example.com.
- Julian NakayamaOriginally from Japan, 20 year old Julian Nakayama has been living in Hawai‘i for two years. The Liberal Arts major moved here because of his interest in marine biology, and according to Julian, Hawai‘i is the ideal place to study that subject. In comparison to Japan, Julian said, "[Hawaiʻi] is a good place to, like, relax, get a good tan." He also likes it because, unlike Japan, it is not as cold. His hobbies are art, photography, and music. He currently volunteers as a front desk greeter for the Iliahi study center above Subway.