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I am attracted to science and engineering. I have been working with computers for quite some time and understand them well enough to the level of an IT professional & junior programmer. I am pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Central Florida. I am used to wearing different hats; I am a team player but can work well independently when required. I have a considerable amount of experience in customer service, and help desk, but I lean more towards being member of a technical team. I like electronics, programming, robotics, using CAD software, aircraft, and astronomy.
Eventually, after years of learning and experience in the field, I would like to found a company to work on innovative products/services that help humanity move forward understanding our universe. My professional goal is to develop myself into an inventor, and I quote Sir Isaac Newton, "... by standing on the shoulders of giants", that is, with all technological and scientific knowledge available at my disposal.
Although one of the most difficult things to see happening, I believe in a world where all beings can live peacefully, balanced and with relative equality; where all beings can reach near maximum performance to do great things in our universe.
This is an exciting time we're living in and the best thing we can do is contribute to an even better future. There are plenty of opportunities to help others and I try to do so as frequently as possible. Life is great and full of challenges yet no one challenge cannot be surpassed by the greatness of humanity, eventually
Major: Aerospace Engineering
Minor: Computer Science
Degree Earned: Associate of Arts (A.A.)
Computer Systems Technology
Degree Earned: Computer Systems Technician
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