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Mesa College Alum Jacob Rapini Competing on 2022 Season of ‘The Bachelorette’


Calling on those who are part of “Bachelor Nation” here in San Diego: Mesa College alum Jacob Rapini is competing on The Bachelorette 2022 for Gabby and Rachel’s season.

Rapini, 27, a mortgage broker is currently a student at San Diego State University, where he’s been enrolled since 2020. He earned an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration and Management from San Diego Mesa College.

Rapini is from Sonora, Calif., and currently lives in Scottsdale, AZ., and his Instagram handle is @jacobrapini.

“The Bachelorette” premiered on July 11 and currently airs at 8/7c on ABC.

He captioned an Instagram post of his Bachelorette headshot in June 2022, announcing he will be on Gabby and Rachel’s season.

According to his Linkedin, he works at Allied First Bank, where he’s worked since 2021. Before that, he was a Mortgage Loan Officer at Axos Bank.

He graduated from Texas Tech University in 2017 and is currently a student at San Diego State University, where he’s been enrolled since 2020.

His Bachelorette 2022 biography reads:

“Jacob knows exactly what he wants in a wife. He admits he’s picky, but since he’s looking for a love to last a lifetime, he doesn’t see that as a bad thing. Jacob’s ideal wife will turn heads with her looks wherever she goes and have beauty on the inside that matches. For Jacob, keeping his fitness routine in check is high on the priority list, so his ideal partner should want to maintain a healthy lifestyle and be able to have fun working up a sweat both in and out of the gym. Jacob is ready to let his guard down when he meets someone who checks all of his boxes.

He also reads 30-40 books a year, loves to camp in national parks, and doesn’t “eat cake.”


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