Engineering Innovations Can Change the World

Scholarship Entrant: Amanda from Ontario, CA
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 Amanda: 23

What I love most can be generalized in three words; space, exploration, and design. I would earn a living being an Astronautical Design Engineer, one of the few career choices that combines everything I love with my passion for space exploration. My engineering innovations and designs would help expand our knowledge of the universe we come from and ultimately open the doors for new forms of energy to power our societies, new resources to replenish our planet and a better understanding of our place in the universe. The knowledge we could acquire has the ability to not only change the world, but save our planet in the process. The specific goals along the way would be to attain my own human capital through internships I will take part in throughout my time in school, make business connections with private and government aerospace offices, graduate from a highly acclaimed university with a Ph.D in engineering coupled with physics and to obtain a career position in a reputable company such as Boeing. A dedicated enterprise whom will invest their company into the same values as their employees; exploration, innovation and imagination. While this dream may sound difficult, broken down into goals and deadlines, this dream can quickly become a reality that will reap benefits for the entire world in the years to come with the new knowledge and information that can be acquired from becoming an Astronautical Design Engineer.

Vote for Amanda: 23

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