I am currently a Sophomore at Embry-Riddle studying Aeronautical-Sciences. My goal is to graduate and become a pilot with Delta Airlines in the near future.
Originally I grew up wanting to be a mechanical engineer. My father is a civil engineer, so I was always around his projects as a kid. seeing what he was able to do with some wood, a hammer, and some nails always impressed me. I learned a lot when I helped him build our fence and shed. Ever since then, I was determined to learn about engineering and the likes. As I grew up I realized I wanted to keep engineering as a hobby so that it wouldn’t get tiresome, so I decided to pursue a different endeavor.
I was given the option to attend flight school and ever since my first flight, I cannot imagine myself doing anything else as my career. With the unveiling of the new Boeing 777x, I am even more excited to enter the career of aviation. My end goal is to fly a 777x internationally one day.
I bring a lot to the project, but I hope to take a lot away from it. I’m excited about learning about how to solve something, and the way to convey that information to others.
- Car Enthusiast
- Drum Major
- Model Water-tower Winner
- Built a computer
- Rushing Phi Delta Theta (Currently a Phikiea)
- Jiu-Jitsu Club
- Video games
- Free Diving
- Hanging with friends
My repair Experience for vehicles comes from my 1995 Jeep Rio Grande. I love that thing and I am very proud of it! I bought it with a ton of problems and 240.000 miles.
I replaced the head gasket which was a long process of trial and error. I changed the entire exhaust system starting from the headers to the base. It had a plethora of exhaust leaks. I changed out the clutch master cylinder which I dropped the plunger into the bell housing, so I had to drop the whole transmission (What a pain). I replaced the suspension system and gave it an inch of clearance. I replaced the entire steering rack and tie-rod ends to end the awful right drift.
I built my computer as a graduation gift to myself. I bought all the parts needed and built it from the ground up. It Includes an i5 8600K processor and an Asus ROG 1080. This was a fun project that taught me a lot about how a computer works and the hardware it takes to run it. The feeling of accomplishment when it booted up for the first time is a feeling like no other!