Building and designing his future
Meet Highline College international student from Kenya now alumnus Innocent Muhalia.
Muhalia earned his AA degree this June and will soon transfer to a four-year university to earn his bachelor’s in architecture. He is not stopping there—he has his eyes set on getting his master’s as well!
“Highline has been able to provide opportunities that gives direct experience to my career goal of being an architect,” Muhalia said. “I have been able to learn professional etiquette and skills through being a student worker and I have also learned to work efficiently in a group project such as the design team that I was a part of.”
Muhalia didn’t know about Highline College until a family member suggested he enroll.
“My favorite thing of being a Highline student is the culture of inclusion and the programs available.
Different cultures interact freely in and out of class and also through regular events such as the workshops held in the ICC and the CASE center,” Muhalia said.