Hello, my name is Faith Pan, and I am currently a sophomore at Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory. I participate in a number of clubs at SHC, including Mandarin Club, Sports Medicine, TEDx and App Development/Coding Club. And currently holding leadership positions in Badminton Club and the Asian American Student Union. STEM has always been a passion for me because ever since I was a child, I have always aimed to be in the medical field. Before high school, I followed through with many different opportunities including STEM Club and Kumon Math in preparation. So far, I have also done an internship with Code Tenderloin learning html and css. I acknowledge STEM as the fundamental bricks for many things, since the application of the many subjects with STEM in life is crucial.
Outside of school, I also have many other interests and passions. Being not as athletic, my favorite sports include golf, badminton, and skiing. For the arts, I believe that art is not only an elective or hobby to enjoy, but also a skill that takes hard work, dedication, commitment to master. Having studied at Artworks for 6 years now, I have learned a lot about the visual arts. I also have a passion for music, all kinds. At the mean time, I’m still playing the piano to reach a certain level. Other interests include practicing calligraphy and reading books (science fiction preferred). I can speak Mandarin and Cantonese and I currently use these skills in participating in a volunteer program at the local Community Immersion Service as a tutor for bilingual elementary students. Spending time with my two younger brothers and family is also another thing I love to do.
I hope to make the most of my four years here at SHC as a member of the i2 program, through learning new skills and developing my interests to better benefit the world and our community. Thank you for reading my bio!
Ou project is named Bacteria Cafeteria and this is a project focused on testing the amount of bacteria that accumulates on different types of masks over different periods of time. So far, Izzy and I have successfully finished transferring the bacteria and completing the experiment for 7 out of 9 masks. We still have the […] Read more
The first time I heard about the i2 program was when I was researching about SHC. When I first heard about the program, I was instantly interested in the different projects that were made by the members. Looking at the website, I saw that there would be different trips, experiences, and different things to learn […] Read more
Bacteria Cafeteria is a project focused on testing how much bacteria accumulates on different types of masks over different periods of time. Through these experiments, we will be able to decipher the most suitable material and time to clean or dispose of your mask.Project details