Kamehameha student takes home first prize in global tech contest
By Cassie Ordonio firstname.lastname@example.org
Aug. 24, 2020
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Student Joshua Parker, lower right, of Kamehameha Schools answers questions from a panel of judges on a videoconference following his presentation at the 2020 Clean Tech Competition. Parker won first prize with his “Hawaiian Hydropower” project.