Panji is a fresh graduate of Environmental Science at the California State University East Bay. He was an intern at the museum in 2014.

According to Panji, his experience as an intern at MNH was great. He’s got to learn about species and biology in a Philippine context instead of an American context through his studies. He also got to immerse himself in a region that didn't speak that much English compared to the capital region so he got to practice a lot of Tagalog and meet new people.

After his internship at the museum, he went want back to California to finish his final year in college. He was able to use his experience at the UPLB-MNH and Ateneo for his internship credit.

He is back in the Philippines looking for a job. He is hoping that his experiences at the museum will help him a lot in his future line of work.