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The Early College Advisors

The McInerny Foundation Early College 3.0 Program

Location: Career Center E-3

Office Phone: (808)307-9575

To schedule a meeting with an advisor, CLICK on their NAME.

Waipahu High School Early College Staff

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Mrs. Eunice Fukunaga

Waipahu High School

Early College Director


Advisor for:

Associate's in Science - Pre-Med, Pre-Engineering, and Information Communications Technology (STEM) "Olympians"



Waipahu High School

Early College Coordinator 


Advisor for:

Associate's in Arts Liberal Arts (AA) and Associates in Science in Teaching (AST) "Olympians"

"Always remember, Hard work always pays off!" 

Jesstine Kahauolopua

Waipahu High School AmeriCorps

Early College Outreach Coordinator


Advisor for:

NON-Degree Students

‘Ike no i ka lā o ka ‘ike; mana no i ka lā o ka mana'


One learns what they are ready to learn when they are ready to learn it (courtesy of Dr. Bruce Kaʻimi Watson)

University of Hawaii Early College Staff



Mrs. Syreeta Washington

Pronouns: she, her, hers

"The only door guaranteed to stay closed is the one you never attempt to open"

- Syreeta Washington (For Students)

Leeward Community College

M.Ed. Instructor, Counselor, Counselor, Early College  

Mrs. Syreeta Washington is an early college counselor at Leeward College Pearl City campus with over 20 years experience in academia and human services. She holds a Master's of Education in Counseling Psychology Degree from Temple University. Mrs. Washington is a published children's book author and in her spare time she enjoys spending time with her pets, writing spoken word poetry and running a successful e-commerce business. What she enjoys most of all is helping students of all cultural and ethnic backgrounds tap into their potential to achieve their goals and exceed their dreams. She is currently practicing her Olelo so if you get a chance to practice with her, please do!

Responsibilities include: Academic Advising, Career and Postsecondary/College Advising, Course Registration

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Mr. Brandon Carlos

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”

– Nelson Mandela


University of Hawaii - West O'ahu

Early College Program Coordinator  

Brandon grew up in Waiʻanae, Hawaiʻi. Earning his B.S. in Psychology and Sociology from the  University of Hawaiʻi — West Oʻahu (UHWO); and his Masters of Education in Educational Technology from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. He is an Early College Coordinator for UHWO.  In this role, he helps students with their Early College applications, registration for UHWO EC classes, activating UH usernames, Laulima access, and student account UHWO holds.

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