Aspiring Hungarian aerospace engineer, studying at Virginia Tech, looking for a non-ITAR summer internship.
When I was 15, I was mesmerized by the big company offices. Up until that point I dreamt of becoming a writer, typing away on my 75 years old typewriter. Until one day, I coded for the first time in my life. I was immediately in love as that first line of code ran, I found my true passion. Creating with the means of technology. As I grew older, I started pursuing my education towards a degree in engineering. I put my time into my passions, and continue to do so to this day.
I have been representing women in STEM on several platforms, serving as mentors and coding instructors to the youth, working to establish a passion similar to mine. I also have been doing research, and continue to part take in several clubs aimed at women's representation (SWE, SWASE, etc). For many years I never had the opportunity to be lifted by other women. Hence, I find it of outstanding importance to do that for other women. To give them a support system as they pursue a carrier in STEM. I am passionate about this and work towards creating a better atmosphere and opportunities for those who come after me.
Furthermore, one of the main reasons for my persuasion of space-related activities, beyond my love for the topic and especially the multiverse theory, is embedded in my deep love for volunteering and helping others. I always make time to help, with whatever I am able to. Let it be my time, with food donation management, or my knowledge as a tutor.
I am passionate about learning and am motivated if I don't know something. I believe that there is always room for expanding knowledge and improving. I am honest, admit to my mistakes, and always strive to learn from them, improve upon them. I am a hard worker, as I am beyond passionate about everything I get to do and will always make sure all of my work is up to my qualities.
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