What leadership roles or volunteer experiences have been important to you during your time at Maryland?
I have worked as an Alternative Manager at a photo shop, QUEST program participant, a volunteer for NSCS on Maryland day, and a volunteer for the mechanical engineering department.
What has your scholarship meant to you and how has it enabled you to pursue new and exciting opportunities?
Scholarship is what honors, applauds, and spurs students and their achievements. My scholarship was the same for me too. It honored my achievement, and spurred me to work even harder. And moreover, I felt that someone's support was behind me. I was more than happy, and I felt that I am the kind of person who should work hard and help other people who have trouble in classes. Overall, my scholarship brought big change in my sophomore year.
Why did you choose to attend the University of Maryland, what makes this place special to you and what is your favorite part of being a Terp?
There are many opportunities at UM such as research, internship, and coop. That's a primary reason why I chose UM. Secondly, I appreciate UM's numerous clubs and activities. By participating in clubs, I meet more people and form everlasting friendships.
How will you make a positive difference in the world?
My dream is to be a CEO, so I would like to make a lot of money after I graduate from college. I think the happiest life I can have is one in which I make money and bring the money back to the society to help other people who are poor or students who need money. By giving the money out, students will be greatly inspired like I am right now.