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Profile of - Jose Silverio S.

The future chemical engineer who will help out-of-school youths
“I want the people to be happy like me because I want to share to the world that happiness is not for sale but it is a feeling that we can share”
Jose Silverio is a 18 year old boy from Marikina City, Philippines.
Parents: mother: housewife ; father: electrical engineer
Ambition: Wants to be a chemical engineer and put up a foundation for out-of-school youths
Hobby: playing and watching basketball, surfing the internet, reading books
Favorite subjects: History, Consumer Chemistry
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Jose Silverio's Story

Jose Silverio is a boy from Marikina City, Philippines.

He wants to become a chemical engineer in the future and put up a foundation that will help out-of-school youths. He is also fascinated with what food is made so he wants to create his own recipe and food brand so he can share the happiness that will come from eating the food that he will create.

He is an active member of the History Club and a sports writer in their school paper, “The Shoeland”. He also participates in national jamborees of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines.

He plays and watches basketball games, surfs the internet, and reads books during his free time.

Jose’s favorite subjects include History and Consumer Chemistry because he likes learning about the stories of the lives of people in the past and he likes doing different science experiments, respectively.

His father is an electrical engineer and his mother is homemaker. He has an older brother.

He graduated salutatorian, ranking 2nd out of 14 students in grade school.

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