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Nick is currently studying at Northwestern University. During his high school years at Choate Rosemary Hall, a boarding school in Connecticut, he developed a deep passion for the education of underprivileged students in Thailand. “I’ve always seen that the amount of effort that is put into improving the quality of teachers and resources in the Thai education system is not enough,” Nick stated, “these students just don’t have the same opportunities as us, so I believe it is our responsibility to at least bring the opportunity to them.”

Furthermore, Nick has always been passionate about robotics, especially the mechanics of it. As a child, Nick was immersed in building Lego Mindstorms, and worked with VEX while learning programming languages such as Python and RobotC. In addition, while interning at HomePro's data analytics and marketing department, Nick gained experienced in programming languages such as SQL to analyze data. With further experiences in Computer-Aided Design (CAD) using SolidWorks, Fusion 360, and OnShape, Nick competed in the FIRST robotics competition with his school team, interned in the mechanics department of Dinsow Robotics, Thailand's established Robotics company, and worked with an MIT doctorate professor to design rehabilitation robotic arms at Chulalongkorn University's research lab.

When asked why he wanted to create this organization, Nick answered, 

“The first reason is that I wanted to be able to share my knowledge to students who aren’t able to receive the same quality of education we receive for granted.” As core subjects such as math, science, arts, and languages are usually offered in the Thai curriculum, Nick believes that adding an after school Robotics course to local Thai schools can be very beneficial for the students in the future. However, Nick’s main motivation is the students. “What really motivates me is to see the excitement and smile on everyone’s face. Right after school, everyone would rush down to get their robots and equipment from the storage room, and they would beg their parents to stay at school until 6pm. 

Nick hopes that this organization will be able to foster a better and safe learning environment for Thai kids at a young age to be able to grow their passions and talents. Nick also hopes that AROThailand will push people into putting more effort into improving the Thai education system. 

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