Dr. Yuanwei Jin – Aerospace

Dr. Yuanwei Jin

Dr. Yuanwei JinChair of the Department of Engineering & Aviation SciencesUniversity of Maryland, Eastern Shore “There are quite a few career tracks for an aerospace/aviation engineer.  As an aerospace engineer you will basically design different parts of the aircraft.  In aviation, you will operate the aircraft and can become a professional pilot or operating drones.” Dr. Yuanwei Jin is a …

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David Ramirez – Systems

David Ramirez

David RamirezMachine Learning EngineerGeneral Dynamics Mission Systems “Engineering is a fun, challenging, and rewarding career; but you must go to college or university and work harder than other people. If you don’t know how to get to college, or you don’t know how to work hard, join the military. The military will shape you into a better you and pay …

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Tarice Martin – Systems

Tarice Martin

“The sky is vast but your mind is untapped. And the vastness that you can invest in – you invest in yourself. Once more, for yourself – reach higher. And remember, someone else isn’t the only one that can do great things, YOU CAN TOO!  Believe in yourself and don’t accept failure as an option.” Ms. Tarice Martin is a …

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John T. Riley – Cyber Security

John T. Riley

“Sharpen your ability to read. Strive to learn how and why things work. Learn to listen and ask a lot of questions. Overall, learn how to communicate with those you work with; working as a team is a big part of Cyber Security.” John T. Riley is a Cybersecurity Architect/Engineer with over twenty years of experience working in the Department …

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