Agwiking: University Scholarship: One year
Konnichiwa! I am Froselle Ladia Agwiking, I am 16 years of age, a Grade 11 student of Alejo M. Pacalso Memorial National High School. There are six members in my family including me. My father's name is Frosser Agwiking, a Taxi Driver. My mother is a housewife, I have one elder sister, Franliza Agwiking, a 4th year college student, one younger brother, Froilan Agwiking, a grade six grade student, and one younger sister, Fronalyn Agwiking, a grade 1 student.
As I have said a while back my father's minimum income cannot sustain the education of my siblings and I. So sometimes to help my father. Everytime I go to school, I sell rice cake or what they call here "Bibingka." The money I get by selling this becomes my allowance for a week or more. Because, if I want to finish my studies, I need to help myself, not just depending on the money my parents give me.
That's why in senior high I study Bread and Pastry & Food and Beverage Service (FBS). From this, I can start up a part-time business, such as selling breads, cookies, cakes and other foods to support my schooling, without the help of my parents.
When I go to college I will enroll in the Hotel and Restaurant Management (HRM) course, continuing the track I began in senior high. I love cooking and, in short, I love food.
After college I will start up a business where I can earn money to support the schooling of my younger siblings. After that, I will help the street children who are in hunger. I want to return the opportunity that ALOHAEIGO will give me.