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David Jonathan C., The active and innovative Chemical or Computer Engineer

“I want to be an engineer who will use technology to improve human lives.”
Thanks to the "Kiwanis-Club-Küsnacht-Stipendium II", David Jonathan has now successfully completed school.
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David Jonathan is a 19 year old boy from Marikina City, Philippines.

About David Jonathan

David is a boy from Marikina City, Philippines.

He is an active boy who excels both in academics as well as in extra-curricular activities. During his free time, he may either go biking, solving Rubik’s cube of different shapes and sizes, or go play and modify computer games.

In the future, he wants to become either a chemical or computer engineer. As a computer engineer, he is interested to come up with new ideas and improvements that will help the country. As a chemical engineer, he wants to to produce new and useful products that can help improve human lives. He is also interested in finding a cure for a specific disease.

David is part of the school’s environmental organization, as well as the Science Club. He is also active as a youth leader in the church and plays drums for the church Worship Team.

His favorite subjects are Math, Science, and English. He enjoys solving numerical problems as well as learning new discoveries about the world.

He is the only son of his father who is a pastor and his mother who is a teacher.
He ranked 1st in his elementary school batch, while he is always part of the top students at present in high school.

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