My Passion to Advance the World

Scholarship Entrant: Ruben from Richmond Hill, GA
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Ruben: 1

School is one of my biggest investments in life. Without an education, the life of humanity would not be advanced today. The aerospace industry plays a major role in technological advancements today because of the high demand for it. Thousands of people choose air lines as their transportation system every day. As time passes by, so does its technological advancements. I want to become part of this growth, whether it’d be from making advanced engines for faster planes or installing high quality stereo equipment for passengers. As a child, planes have fascinated and inspired me to work for the aerospace industry. To ensure my contribution to this industry, my plan is to get a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and gain hands on experiences through internships before entering the workforce. From there, I am planning on attending graduate school to focus on a specific field in my degree and enhancing my applicable knowledge to the industry. I will put it upon myself to make sure that the world of tomorrow advances because of my contributions. There is no doubt that the investment in my education and this industry will be in vain.

Vote for Ruben: 1

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