Profile of - Rojons E.

The future president who cares about the environment
“I really want to conserve our remaining natural resources and make a big change in my country”
Rojons is a 17 year old boy from Marikina City, Philippines.
Parents: mother: manages a small variety store ; father: manages a small variety store
Ambition: Wants to be the next president-chemist and bring a big change to his community
Hobby: doing homeworks, helping out his aunt with household chores
Favorite subjects: Science, Mathematics
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Rojons's Story

Rojons is a boy from Marikina City, Philippines.

He dreams of becoming a chemist someday and raise awareness regarding issues on climate change and environment protection. He also sees that he can best bring change in his country by becoming the next president. He wants to execute well-planned projects, programs, and laws that will help his fellow countrymen. He also wants to make sure that no one will be left unheard. As the president, his legacy is to ensure that true democracy would exist and unity and cooperation among Filipinos would flourish.

Rojons once served as an officer in the Student Council and has been part of the Journalism Club and his school’s Rotary Club.

He spends his free time doing homework and helping his aunt do household chores.

He also loves studying Science and Mathematics. He loves Science because it opened his eyes to the wonders of the world, and Math because he likes solving problems, particularly in Geometry.

Rojons currently lives with his aunt who is a house helper in Marikina City. However, his parents and 8 siblings live in Zambales, a province in the northern part of the Philippines. His parents manage a small variety store which serves as their source of income.

He graduated class salutatorian, ranking 2nd out of 181 students in grade school and ranked 4th out of more than 800 students in grade 9.

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