Tim is the 2009 Terminal Development Program intern. A San Diego native and graduate of Oceanside’s El Camino High School, he participated in Academic League and was a principal violist in the school’s string orchestra and string quartet. Currently, he attends the University of California, San Diego where he received their $20,000 Chancellor’s Scholarship. This fall, he will be completing his degrees in Political Science – Comparative Politics and Urban Studies and Planning. At UC San Diego, he has done work as a teaching apprentice under Mirle Bussell and has worked as a tutor at the Preuss School, a charter middle and high school for low-income, first-generation college-bound students. He is a member of the American Political Science Association and is currently developing a blog to showcase his interests in architecture, motor sports, music, and a wealth of other topics. After graduation, his path is foggy at best. He may remain in academia as a professor in Political Science or he may pursue a career in planning, the aviation industry, or education. Wherever he ends up, he hopes that the food will be good, and his work fulfilling and enjoyable.