Influences That Led Me to Engineering

Influences That Led Me to Engineering - Jason Brinsfield EE...

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Jason Brinsfield EE 111 Dr. MacCarley Influences That Led Me to Engineering It seems to me that engineering is my natural calling. I have always been fascinated by how things are built and from a very young age I dismantled and repaired every gadget I could. Eventually, my interests spread to sound engineering, which is one of my most enjoyable hobbies. While most of what influenced me to choose engineering as my major was a result of the decisions I made, several factors helped to continually push me in that direction. These factors include my father, the television that I watch, and the web sites I view. The earliest influence on my decision to choose engineering as my discipline of choice was my father. While he didn’t major in engineering as a college student, much of his work involves engineering and he shares a similar interest with me in building and understanding how an array of devices work. When I was in elementary school, he would take me to his office and let me explore the surplus component storage room, where I was
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2009 for the course COMS 102 taught by Professor Stauffer during the Spring '08 term at Cal Poly.

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