Zerzar has been the founder of three business ventures, an executive member in a community organization, the founder of a nonprofit organization, and the president of the largest club since his first year of University. In high school, he was the president of three clubs and the founder of the largest club in the school, all while balancing contract based jobs and an academic workload. Zerzar has been the recipient of many awards, such as the I.T. Award, Math Elite Award, Markham Youth Award, and the Rogers Scholarship for which he delivered a speech on behalf of all recipients. Apart from engineering, Zerzar has an interest in business, history, economics, religion, politics and nonprofit initiatives. He also a track record of learning things on his own, such as when he taught himself programming at the age of 13 and went on to manage a string of online media sites, and work for a game company even before he entered high school.