Nathaniel F Gonzales
"Youth is wasted on the young"
Who am I?
- My interests are printing technology, telecommunications, and construction. My skills are health informatics, agribusiness systems, and emergency and fire management services. I value creativity, democracy, self-respect, and helping the society. I have an equal amount of self-worth and insecurity, and i am an interpersonal learner.
- All these variables affect the work atmosphere I'll work in and the working conditions like if I could handle being pressed for time or if it would be too much for me to handle.
Where am I going?
-My career as a...architectural engineering manager.Architectural engineering managers may supervise people who design and develop machinery, products, systems, and processes. They might also direct and coordinate production, operations, quality assurance, testing, or maintenance in industrial plants. Many manage research and development teams that produce new products and processes or improve existing ones. Others are plant engineers, who direct and coordinate the design, installation, operation, and maintenance of equipment and machinery in industrial plants. Their annuall salary is around $115,270. The outlook is 9%, and it's in the engineering and technology career cluster. The work schedule is around 40 hours a week, and the work environment is mostly an office but some may work in laboratories or industrial production plants, and construction sites. Something interesting about an architectural and engineering manager is that it requires adapting to change quickly.
How do I get there?
I would like to go to the University of Texas in Austin. It's a good college and it's only a couple hours away from where I spent the first 12 years of my life, which is San Antonio, Texas. For my career I need a minimum of a bachelor's degree. It's $1,536 per hour for my tuition. Entering freshmen who apply for admission to The University of Texas at Austin by the December 1 deadline of their senior year will be considered for all freshman scholarships.