By Sarah Hendrix | Staff Writer The KCC farmers’ market, which is every Saturday morning...Read More
Month: March 2018
By Lexus Yamashiro | Staff Writer Within the last three years, KCC received three National Science...Read More
By Sarah Hendrix | Staff Writer Developing nations around the world are not typical destinations...Read More
By Jana Julian | Staff Writer Following the National Walkout on March 14, hundreds of thousands of...Read More
24-year-old Anaseini Kauvaka is originally from Hilo, Hawai’i. She received her associate’s degree as an Occupational Therapy Assistant last summer, but still comes over to campus to study for her license exam, which is coming up next month. She says that, although some parts of the test are hard, “as long as you know the rationales of the test, you are good.”
She is focused on getting lots of test practice at the moment, and hopes to pass the 200-question exam so she can do fieldwork as an Occupational Therapist. Her aim is to work with rehab within the elderly population.Read More
- Kana MampukuIn her first-year attending KCC, 28-year-old Kana Mampuku moved from Osaka, Japan to Hawaiʻi to pursue a degree in Culinary Arts. Mampuku decided to move to Hawaiʻi hoping to learn English and become more familiarized with the food industry. In the future, Mampuku strives to start her own business that will allow her to teach cooking classes around the world. As Mampuku works to accomplish her goals, she enjoys the atmosphere of KCC and Hawaiʻi, expressing her love for the nice temperatures and good people.