Father and Daughter Graduate Together at KCC
Steve Camara and his daughter, Jenna, celebrated a momentous achievement as they both graduated from Kapiʻolani Community College (KCC) on May 12.
The proud father and daughter duo walked across the stage, one right after another, symbolizing their shared dedication to education.
During the graduation ceremony, Steve received his Associate of Science in Information Technology, marking his fourth associates degree from the community college system.
Reflecting on his educational journey, Steve compared it to surfing, stating, “Education is like surfing—it’s about the ride, not the destination.
I’m so glad that’s the process.” He also expressed gratitude towards KCC for the support they provided to his daughter, Jenna.
Steve’s decision to pursue Information Technology came after spending over two decades working in respiratory therapy.
Eager for a change and new opportunities, he decided to switch career paths.
On the other hand, Jenna earned her Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts and has plans to further her education by pursuing nursing.
As the Camara family celebrates this remarkable achievement, they look forward to UH Mānoa’s Spring Commencement, scheduled for tomorrow.
The graduation ceremony at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa will mark another milestone in their educational journey.
Education has proven to be a lifelong pursuit for Steve Camara, exemplifying the importance of continuous learning.
His daughter, Jenna, follows in his footsteps, driven by a passion for healthcare and a desire to make a difference in people’s lives.
Their joint graduation is a testament to their unwavering commitment to personal growth and academic excellence.
The Camara family serves as an inspiration to others, reminding us that it’s never too late to chase our dreams and embark on a new educational journey.
Their story highlights the transformative power of education and the remarkable bond that exists between a father and his daughter.