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    Why Did I Choose Ptj

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    Page 1 Do you know what an ENTJ can do? They can do many things like Richard Nixon or FDR. There are many great options for ENTJs’ but my favorite three that I would enjoy would be law/politics, engineering, & counseling. All are very well paid and have great respect toward they’re position. They also have many doors that can open to new careers because the skills you use in other careers are used in each of these. The three are just a base of what it gets you to do; many have different occupations. Engineering is so expansive that I could not even list all of the occupations on one page, but the three I am most interested in in civil, aerospace and mechanical. Civil engineers get paid well and mostly work for the government in building city’s or buildings. Aerospace would be the most accepting towards me because I like airplanes spaceships and other aerial vehicles. Their pay can be up to 200,000 but mostly start out at 79,000 ( or 90,000 if you work for the government ). Cal Polly College in L.A. is a very good school for any engineering career. They offer many classes, but with a high price. There isn’t that much schooling involved with an engineer, most of them you need your associates or bachelors & a little amount of training. Law/politics takes a lot of money and time to really succeed in everyone knows that. Politics doesn’t require any college but it is very preferred, because the smarter you are the better choices you’ll make most of…

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    Why did you choose to pursue the undergraduate degree that you did? Please discuss your professional aspirations and how your undergraduate degree will help you achieve these goals. My major field of study is Aerospace Engineering with a concentration in Astronautics. I chose Aerospace out of all other engineering concentrations, as I did not want to be held back by the "burdens" of a desk job. Of course, all careers involve paperwork, but I want to be in on the action. Instead of designing…

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    He developed a fascination with flight at an early age and earned his student pilot’s license when he was 16. In 1947, Armstrong began his studies in aeronautical engineering at Purdue University on a U.S. Navy scholarship. On the day Neil Armstrong came back he was welcomed with over a billion people and a parade along with a lot of medals. Armstrong was a Fellow of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots and the Royal Aeronautical Society; Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of…

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    NASA Persuasive Essay

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    NASA has a 19.1 billion dollar budget, which goes towards space exploration. Furthermore, 98% of those rockets are successful. Overall, the 98% of rockets go towards exploring and learning about Space. Space exploration enhances national security and protects us from danger. In other words, imagine cops trying to catch dangerous criminals without satellites being able to track and videotape every movement of the suspect. Nowadays, NASA has researched and developed a satellite that has…

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    What if we found out that Mars was habitable and we wanted to go and live on Mars? Just being in space is dangerous. All these movies about space is actually giving us a warning about what could happen. The Apollo Movies are actual events that happened in astronautics in the early age of space flight and that was just going to the moon. Here are some reasons on why we shouldn't be going to Mars. First of all, going to Mars would cost millions. No, billions, about 6 billion or more. The…

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    work was authentic. Williams helped design the P47 Thunderbolt, which was pivotal in the war effort. Williams was very intelligent and hardworking; it took a lot of bravery and courage to overcome some of the obstacles he got challenged with. Republic Aviation, Inc. hired O.S. Ozzie Williams in 1942. In fact, he was the first “colored man” to be hired by this company. While World War II was in play, Williams was a senior aerodynamicist with his newly founded career company. Time went by and…

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    everyday are trying to innovate the world. I always found it surprising how the stars we see every night are light years away, and how black holes exist and maybe extraterrial life maybe contacting us. How we sent a man on the moon. In junior year, I took chemistry and it was honestly one of the best courses I have ever taken. Chemistry always amazed me, the labs and reports we did was always so fun and interesting. And how elements such as metal can change, and the conservation of energy. I…

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    NASA (National Astronautics and Space Administration) isn’t just about exploring space anymore. Now, their technology helps advance our quality of life here on Earth, not just in space. Their knowledge and success is key to help us to continue to strive. However, their studies could be in danger with a lower budget. NASA needs a higher budget in order to continue advancing our quality of life. NASA has what are called spinoffs. A spinoff is a commercialized product that display NASA’s…

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    location and get directions, taking into account road signs, look at the map he needed the house and the street, and so on. D. Weather satellites are monitoring the changes in the weather and explore the Earth's climate. According to their reports, meteorologists make weather forecasts. Satellites reconnaissance (spy satellites) able to take pictures of objects in the world of high definition, listen to the communication system, to carry out surveillance. Scientific research satellites help in…

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    My Major Accomplishments

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    labs offered me opportunities to design and conduct experiments and it was among the first few colleges that offer student centered learning rather than pure lectures. There was not a better university that could have considered helping me achieve my career goals. Studying at Purdue is no less than a dream come true. I feel very privileged to be amongst such wonderful student and astounded professors. At Purdue I want to make the most of my education. Aside from doing well in my academics,…

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