Brian was a high school student with a strong interest in the biological sciences. He aspired to be a researcher in the biotechnology or medical industry in order to make the world a better place and also to give back to the community. Brian’s contribution to CCHRC during his two summers (2010 and 2011) included reviewing health education videos, analyzing and improving traffic to CCHRC’s teen health website (www.teensincharge.org), managing program participant appointments, and assisting in data analysis on a study titled “Innovative Faith-Based Education on Advance Directives in Asian American Communities”, funded by the National Institutes of Minority Health and Health Disparities. At CCHRC, Brian was able to exercise his analytical and technical skills. He also demonstrated his attention to detail and avidness for problem-solving. He was a good role model for the youth, mature beyond his years, and genuinely passionate in serving the community.