I am an advocate of quality education and I am a happy and proud graduate of BSU (Batangas State University). I am a product of several scholarships during my college years namely Meralco Foundation Inc, Batangas Province Scholarship Program, and University Scholarship and I really appreciate all those financial support. Being the eldest in the family of six children I feel responsible for my own education when my parents can no longer support my studies after my high school graduation. I really want to pursue Chemical Engineering but for some
valid reason, I ended up with Bachelor of Industrial Technology. Not bad, I graduated cum laude anyway. So what’s the moral of the story?
Well, I just think that it really pays to be poor in such a way that I aspire more. I study hard and well to maintain good grades and for me to reach my dreams. Right now, I can’t fully say that I am that successful. Yes, I have a stable job but I have yet more dreams to accomplish. I am supporting the studies of my siblings because like what I’ve said, I am an advocate of quality education. I’m playing the role of my parents in great hope that just like me, my siblings can take their dreams closer to reality.
You, too can be the answer to other people’s prayers and can take great part in helping them to realize their dreams.
Join the biggest fun run event called “Isang Araw Lang: Takbo Para sa Libreng Kolehiyo” (Just One Day: Run For Free College Education) – a fun run/marathon event that will grant Free College Education (which means free tuition fees, free books, free uniforms, and free meals) to Filipino students who want to study but cannot afford to do so. Mark your calendar on January 17, 2010 and see you at SM Mall of Asia, Philippines.
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It’s always fulfilling to see the fruit of your works. Act now!