Tinian student to work as resident software engineer at Google

A TINIAN student, who is a recipient of the municipal government’s scholarship program, will obtain her bachelor of science degree in informatics this Saturday from the University of Washington, and will work as a resident software engineer at Google’s Seattle office.

Jane Quichocho

Jane Rivera Quichocho is the daughter of Joshua and Noemi Quichocho of Tinian.

Her parents’ youngest child, she obtained her elementary school education from Grace Christian Academy on Tinian and is a graduate of Washington High School in Tacoma, Washington.

In college, Jane was involved with the Society of Women Engineers and served as its webmaster in her senior year.

She also held several other jobs in the technology field. As an iOS developer, she built mobile apps for a small tech company. As a virtual reality development intern, she set up a virtual reality exhibit for the Seattle city library. She also worked as undergraduate researcher at a computing education laboratory.

Her parents expressed their appreciation to the Tinian Municipal Scholarship Program and the Costco Diversity Scholarship and College Bound Program for the financial support they provided to their daughter.

“Above all, we give all glory to God for the success she achieved,” Joshua Quichocho said.