Profile of - Jeremy Albert G.

The future Biochemistry professor who will shape the youth of the future
“I have always dreamed of being a professor because I believe that our educators are the building blocks of the youth's future. I want to impart myself to others and share what I know for their development”
Jeremy Albert is a 19 year old boy from San Mateo, Rizal, Philippines.
Parents: mother: government employee ; father: government employee
Ambition: Wants to be a professor and share his knowledge to help others
Hobby: playing musical instruments, singing, drawing, writing poems, hanging out with friends, surfing the internet, watching movies
Favorite subjects: Science, Filipino, English
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Jeremy Albert's Story

Jeremy Albert is a boy from San Mateo, Rizal, Philippines.

He wants to study Biochemistry and become a professor in the future. He believes that teachers do a big part in shaping the youth so he wants to share his knowledge and serve as an inspiration for their development.

He also wants to publish books and researches that will inspire others and will contribute to the advancement of knowledge.

Jeremy is a senior cartoonist in their school paper “The Shoeland” and is part of their school’s Glee Club. He is also the president of their school’s Campus Integrity Crusaders.

During his free time, Jeremy plays musical instruments, sings, draws, writes poems, hangs out with friends, surfs the internet, and watches movies.

He enjoys studying Science, especially Chemistry because he loves doing experiments because it allows him to discover things, and English and Filipino because these subjects allow him to express himself freely.

His parents are both government employees and he has a younger sister.

Jeremy graduated ranking 3rd out of 200 students in grade school.

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