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Jason R. Jakary (born May 6, 1994) is an American Geology student and resident in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. He is an avid scuba diver and traveler.
Jason R. Jakary went to high school at Plymouth-Canton Educational Park, where he was a member of the nationally acclaimed Plymouth-Canton Marching Band. In 2012, he became a member of the prestigious US Army All American Marching Band.
In addition to his musical endeavours, Jason spent much of his time in high school working on various technological projects including Android application development, Linux system construction, and the design, construction, and launching of multiple small scale rockets.
Jason is currently a student at Michigan Technological University in Houghton Michigan. He is in his third year, studying Geology and focusing in mineral exploration. He also participates in the Huskies Pepband, and is the president of the Aquanauts Scuba Club.
Jason worked on Mighican Tech's Aerospace Enterprise in the Power Systems Team on the charge control and power distribution systems for their satellite, the Oculus-ASR.
Over the course of Spring 2015, Jason worked extensively to retrofit the Aquanauts Scuba Club. Work included drafting and passing a new, more heavily structured constitution, presenting in student government hearings, working with industry partners to procure entirely new regulator systems, and replace completely an outdated breathing gas filtration system. He also assists in the running of scuba classes at Michigan Tech as a Divemaster Candidate.
CPR/First Aid - American Red Cross
Rescue Diver - PADI
Decompression Diver (40m) - PADI