Coming all the way from Kapolei, Hawaii, is Nyllah Safotu. She finished her first year of college majoring in biology pre-med and wants to work in secondary education or help endangered animals. Nyllah chose to attend PUC because she wanted to go to an Adventist institution where the environment could safely help her grow physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. We’re very pleased to have Nyllah as a part of our Pioneers family.
What is your dream job?
I don’t quite have a specific dream job, but I’m thinking about working in either secondary education or to help endangered animals.
How does that compare to what you wanted to be when you were young?
I’d say it’s a little different. My dream was to be a surgeon and find cures for diseases. I would still like a job that helps people but also the animals and the environment.
What is your favorite thing about being a part of the Pioneers family?
My favorite thing is how warm and kind people have been here. I’ve been able to make so many great connections and friends with people who I can call family. Everyone has been super helpful with adjusting to college life and I just appreciate being in such a loving community.
Where is your favorite place in the world?
If you had to be trapped in a movie for a day, what movie would you choose?
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
What is something you’re passionate about?
I’m really passionate about music, specifically listening to it. I love all kinds of genres and always enjoy hearing unique styles from different artists.
Recommend a place to go in the Bay Area on a weekend
Golden Gate Park is such a beautiful place to enjoy nature, art, and the company of the people you’re with all in one place.