Engineering

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Ahlam Namoos
Ms. Patricia Philips
ESL 41 March 30, 2014

Engineering As My Career Choice

From the time I first learned what an architect was, I knew that this would be the career field I would choose. Currently, I am studying at Blue Ridge Community College, and have enjoyed improving my drawing talent and improving my knowledge of design. There are many reasons why I chose engineering architecture as my learning goal; the education I am receiving is assisting me to becoming a better design, to be successful, and to improve the lives of people. Becoming a better designer is my utmost goal of my education. As an engineer, one is require to sketch representation of structures that will be built. This requires artistic sense and creativity, or the ability to draw accurately. One of my interests is to research design based upon different cultures, while developing my designs to have specific details. I have an appreciation for different styles represented throughout the world. To be successful in the United States requires dedication, and this attitude will lead to success. Acquiring the value of teamwork, cooperative, and management skills, leads to being good designer. Following the advice of my professor and my parents will provide me with the necessary knowledge I need to achieve my goal. With the support of my parents obtaining my goals of being an engineer will be realized. Once obtaining an engineering position, I will no longer worry a how monetary concerns, through my career I will be able to support myself in an ever changing society. As an engineer it will be my responsibility to be sure that my design will be built safely. This includes the specific design, the location of building, and research to be sure that the area will be safe. With my help, people can have a better design and not spend a lot of money on an unsafe building. My designs and creations of create architecture will lead to assisting people in many ways. Improving the

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