College is Possible and College Success is Possible!
Proudly sponsored by The Kaua'i Board of Realtors and The Bridge: Kaua'i to College, The Kaua'i College Prep Weekend offered two outstanding FREE workshops, August 9th and 10th, 2019.
College is Possible!
With speaker Deborah Ching, this workshop taught our island youth and families the ins and outs of an affordable college education. Not to be missed in the future!
College Success is Possible!
With three outstanding university professors from across the country, this workshop focused on college-bound Freshmen, incoming High School Juniors and Seniors, and their parents.
Speakers shared how to show your college thinking, to listen and learn effectively, and to use the university's campus resources to support your success. As Leo Fulgencio wrote, "It was an amazing workshop. It helped me a lot and also gave me more an idea on what college lectures would be like and some helpful tips on how to connect with my professor."
Our Guest Speakers and Facilitators
Professor Robert Davis, Wittenberg University, English. Teaching American Literature of the 19th and
20th centuries, he has received several awards for distinguished undergraduate teaching.
Dr. Ayesha Nibbe, a Sociocultural Anthropologist, researches, teaches, and writes about humanitarian
aid and international development in Uganda, India, and Cuba. She has experience at the university
level as a student, a faculty member, and a staff person (in financial aid, scholarships, and
Professor Arthur Stipanovic, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse
University, Emeritus and Past Chair, Department of Chemistry. His research has focused on the use
of renewable woody biomass for sustainable fuels and biodegradable plastics.
Dr. Susan Davis, a Clinical Psychologist, has been in private practice in both California and Kaua'i
focusing on relationship dynamics and parenting coaching for individuals, couples, and families.
Pastor Dainard Spore, his degree in Communications from University of California, Santa Barbara, has
served him well in his work as elder, preacher, and teacher at Kaua'i Christian Fellowship in Po'ipu.