14-year-old Kairan Quazi has bagged a degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Santa Clara University, California, United States. He was immediately offered a position at SpaceX as an engineer.
Quazi is scheduled to join SpaceX’s Engineering team immediately to contribute to developing satellite internet technology for underserved rural areas.
SpaceX is owned by the world’s richest man, Elon Musk, and engages in space exploration among other notable discoveries.
He shared the news on his Instagram page with an excerpt from the mail he got from the company.
“Next stop…SpaceX!!! I accepted a position as Software Engineer at one of the coolest companies on the planet!Thank you everyone for continuing to follow my crazy journey,” he wrote.
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According to Daily Mail, Quazi is an exceptionally gifted individual with almost a superhuman level of intelligence. Quazi began speaking in full sentences at the age of two and was proficient in complex mathematical equations at six.
He mentioned that his school years were challenging because his colleagues struggled to keep up with his accelerated learning pace. He described feeling physically and emotionally unfulfilled sitting through classrooms because it did not cater to his intellectual needs.
“It was physically painful for me to sit through classrooms trapped, existentially bored, for hours and months — and eventually years — on end, and not learning at the level that I physically, intellectually and emotionally needed,” he said.
Despite his achievements at a young age, Quazi reassured skeptics that his childhood was not compromised at any point.
“For the people out there that I think are concerned that my childhood is being destroyed, I’m really here to tell you that that’s just not true,” he said.