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Endless Journey Essay

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I am currently enrolled in my second semester as a full time under graduate student in pursuing Bachelor's Degree of Computer Engineering. I wish to be an applicant for internship with computer Engineering or other related researches. I am enthusiastic, hard worker, and flexible to learn new things. Briefly, my academic career has been focused on computer engineering and I have consistently maintained a GPA of 4.0. In addition, I have also successfully balanced my academic interests with the following activities: member of International Student Association, National Society of Black Engineers, IEEE member and Robotics team. Now I and the member of the Robotics team are working on NASA robotics project competition. Having been raised amongst low income family and society makes me to lose several educational opportunities. One of the first things that I have done in order to overcome the challenge of being a low-income student has been looking for a job. Currently I am working under Division of Information Technology in Jackson State University.
I get full scholarship in my high school because of my academic achievement and my financial problems which enable me to complete my education with an outstanding grade. I did not waste my high school junior and senior year summer break by just vacation. Last year I was in Jackson State Summer Bridge Program and I was the valedictory of Collage Algebra math class. During my junior summer break, I took web page development and computer science related courses in Howard State University. Since then my out look toward life and my future changed. In my senior year I got the chance to be part of IT day which was sponsored by NASA and I and my group member was able to finish assembling robotic snake in first place. As for extracurricular activities I was in Spanish club, math club, visual art club, track and field club, soccer team, cross country club, radio and broadcasting club, and student government body elected as Mary Mack hall dorm treasurer. Beside my education athletics has played a major role in my life. In order to keep my mind active and my body feet I involved in many high schools sport activities and I was awarded best soccer striker of the year. In addition I...

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