- CAREER SERVICES
By Debbie Delatado and Jorelyn Marasigan
You should be consistent in studying
Because you will reap the fruit of it when time come…
Kuya JP, as we are fond of calling him, is a man with enthusiasm in everything he does. Whenever you see him around, though you may find him so busy with paper works or a school activity, he would still manage to look back (once called) or glance at you and throw a big smile. This bubbly attitude along with his vigor and commitment to conquer all his undertakings have paved the way for him to be hailed as one of the José Rizal model students of the Philippines 2013.
John Paul Louie Abe is a fourth year Physical Science Major of the College of Education. He is a resident scholar of the university and a member of different student organization. He is the president of their graduating class (A/Y 2013-2014),an Editor of the Democrat, Associate Editor of the Torch, Rover Commissioner of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines and a former Governor(A/Y 2012-2013) of the College of Education.
In Elementary, he graduated as valedictorian. He was 8th Honourable Mention in High School and received a special award in Performing Arts and Leadership at the same time.
When his not busy, he like surfing the net and visiting social networking sites in which he has accounts on Facebook,Twitter,Tumblr,Intstagram,WeChat, and the like. In easing his boredom, coffee has become his relaxation buddy and jogging at Eternal Gardens every morning is his way to starting every day right. He writes a diary and one of his weird habits that he shared with us — smelling his feet!
Ever since he was in Grade school, he already dreamt of becoming a teacher someday. He is inspired by his parents and grandparents, whom he said have succored him in all his ups and downs. He also mentioned his zeal at becoming an upstanding student in class to give them something in return for their sacrifices.
After graduation, he plans of exploring shoos off his comfort zone as he starts teaching in High School. Stressed among his messages for those students who also wants to be like him is discipline and management of time in either academic or non-academic priorities. One should know well his priorities in order to live an organize and successful student life.
In everything that he had gone through, aside from his family, Kuya JP would like to extend his gratitude to the UNC administration and to its personnel particularly DSA Ma’am Fullante , Ma’am Bandola, Ma’am Shirley Genio and Ma’am Gerlie Enciso.
His confidence at the effect of good karma consistently kept him on the button.