Some people have different goals than others. Some have career goals and some have ordinary job goals and others have school or academic goals. Picking a career is not as easy as it seems. To some people, picking a job based on money or a salary is very important. To others, being happy with a job is more important than money but it is not that easy to just jump in to a field of study and not be happy with it. I picked my career based on my skills and on what I really want to get out of a career.
I am an outgoing, friendly and accepting person and am an exuberant lover of life, and people. I enjoy working with others to make things happen and bring common sense and a realistic approach to work and at the same time make work fun. I am flexible and spontaneous and adapt rapidly to new people and new environments. I also learn best by trying new skills with others. I think that a Fulbright experience will help me as I look toward the future.
My career goal is to learn as much I can to be a successful, creative and competitive mechanic. I hope that I can be a part of the team that improves the quality of aviation environment. Realize my dream is so significant for me. It is better to do something that you like than not. I can tell based on my personal experience. I really enjoy to be at school (learning and researching). It is amazing how short are days. I can easily spend over ten hours without fell it. These are signs for me; I believe to be on the right place.
I hope to get my airframe and power plant license by the next two years and also my Bachelor the year following. It can be frustrating at certain times with all that can be going on I still find it easy to stay positive. I’m a hard working man and I enjoy being tested and testing myself in everything that I do. I see the Bachelors degree help me in pursuing my future goals and putting my Masters degree within arms reach afterwards. I enjoy learning new aspects of everything in life and I truly believe I’ll never stop in my educational pursuit in life.