Engr. Reinheart R. Malate
Reinheart R. Malate, 22, passed the recent Board Exam for Mechanical Engineers. Reinheart is now a licensed Mechanical Engineer!
Reinheart volunteered for a year, to the Textile Clothing Footwear Ormoc project. As a volunteer, he received a food and transportation allowance provided by Dr. Jaap Poll, CEO of Ottoman Energy Limited who granted us with P150,000 to pay for the allowances of eight Volunteer Youth Monitors for the Textile Clothing Footwear (TCF) project. For one whole year Dr. Poll enabled 8 kids to enroll in college and in high school.That money also made sure that the 25 Community Livelihood Sewing Centers were monitored. The money lasted from June, 2008 to May, 2009.
Reinheart was one of those kids who benefitted from Dr. Poll's grant. Now, Reinheart is reminded how his allowance helped him and his family for a year. He is very grateful to Dr. Poll.
Reinheart with Father of Ormoc Youth, Xerxes Solon and an AGYLA volunteer.
I asked Reinheart to write his short autobiography for this blog and here goes:
I am Reinheart R. Malate, 22 years of age, and was born on
March 6, 1988. I now live temporarily at our church - United
Pentecostal Church of Jesus Christ located in Barangay
Punta, Ormoc City.
I studied and graduated Bachelor of Science in Mechanical
Engineering from the Eastern Visayas State University Ormoc
My mother's name is Nilda R. Malate and my father's name
was Rodolfo P. Malate, who died last May 26, 1999 due to
My younger brother's name is Rodolfo R. Malate, Jr. presently
taking up Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at the
same university where I graduated.
I usually refresh myself up by listening and playing musical
instruments. I love music and this helps me unwind my
whole day hang ups. Sometimes, I spend my leisure times at
home reading books, scanning and skimming through my old
class notes and tracks, texting, and even solving "Sudoku"
booklet. These things make me feel being fruitful during idle
moments for I really love to tap my brain at times when I
Another thing that breaks my time is bible reading. I am a
bible teacher in our church and it's fulfilling partaking and
sharing bible infos to everyone.
I took the board examination for Mechanical Engineering
students last September 9 and 10, 2010. Fortunately, I passed
the exhausting exam with an average rating of 80.03%.
Right now, I keep myself busy searching and applying for
jobs that would fit my preferences and qualifications and is
in line with my profession. I am hopeful seeing myself in the
near months as a stable Mechanical Engineer in a prolific