“I learned that MIT is a place that gives you the resources, and if you want to use them, you’ll make something very beautiful and positively productive,” Juan Jaramillo says. “So I applied and fortunately I got in early. It was a dream come true.” Photo: Bryce Vickmark
By Catherine Curro Caruso
When Juan Jaramillo (MITES ’11) was young, he would ask his father endless questions about the world around him, particularly during the 12-hour road trips his family made between Mexico and Texas.
“I’d ask him so many questions and he had an answer for literally everything,” Jaramillo says.