Hello! My name is Michael, I’m in the economics department at Princeton, and I will be pursuing a career in finance following graduation. One of the most important parts of my childhood was attending summer camp in Vermont, where I spent nine summers as a kid and worked three summers as a wilderness trip leader. In high school, I wrote for various publications and tried to be as involved in my community as possible, volunteering with Reading Partners, a national literacy nonprofit, for five years and serving as president of my high school’s outreach council. I also played varsity basketball and badminton, serving as captain and singles one in my last two years. In college, I’m the director of the Princeton Asylum Project, on the club badminton team, and active in the intramural athletics and pickup basketball scenes. Some other miscellaneous interests of mine: chess, powerlifting, and Spanish.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Economics

High School:

Awards & Honors: National Merit Scholar (2020), Gold on National Spanish Exam (2017, 2018), Certificate of Superior Writing, National Council of Teachers of English (2019)
Interests & Activities: Editor-in Chief of high school newspaper; President of Upper School Outreach Council; tutor, intern, and representative with Reading Partners; varsity basketball and varsity badminton captain
SAT Scores: 1580: 800 Math, 780 English
AP Exams: 5 European History, 5 Chemistry, 5 English, 5 Calc AB, 5 US History, 5 Biology, 5 Spanish Language
SAT Subject Tests: 800 Math II, 790 Chemistry


Other Interests & Activities: Director, Princeton Asylum Project; Undergraduate Associate, Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance; Club Badminton team
Location: Princeton, NJ

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