After hearing about the Kaʻieʻie Program through a co-worker, physics professor, and from walking past the big blue banners that were posted by the ʻŌhiʻa cafeteria, former KCC student Skye Nakamura knew that she just had to find out more about this program.
Nakamura joined the Kaʻieʻie Program at the beginning of her Fall 2016 semester since she knew that she wanted to transfer to UH Mānoa. She made an appointment with Jennifer Brown, the Kaʻieʻie Transfer Specialist, and after successfully completing the required documents needed in order to join the program, Nakamura is now finishing her second year at UH Mānoa and majoring in mechanical engineering.
“Getting into the program was easy with Jennifer,” Nakamura said. “ … She walked me through everything [that] I needed to do as far as the acceptance process with Mānoa, and even the follow-up advising regarding what [courses] you’re registering for.”
(author & photographer: Kapi‘o News Writer Lexus Yamashiro)