I have gained a lot of experience through my years in the military, and in working in avionics after receiving my Associates degree in Washington. Portland State has given me a wide range of experiences through the rich curriculum, as well as through my involvement with the AIAS. My current goals include finding a summer internship with an architectural firm, and gaining as much experience as possible before starting the graduate program at Portland State University in the fall. My journey has driven me to become very interested in the concept of Socially Responsible Architecture, and the role of the Architect in community building.
US Army, Apache Attack Helicopter Systems Repairer
Diagnosed and repaired the electrical and optical systems for the Apache Attack Helicopter, as well as worked on electronic boxes from various other military vehicles. As well as electronics, received training in leadership, land navigation, weapons and soldier skills. Received electronics training, and certification as a multi-layer solderer from the ARMY Ordnance Munitions and Electronic Maintenance School located in Redstone Arsenal, near Huntsville Alabama.
Portland State University, Portland, OR, US, BArch, Architecture