- Teaching and training
When we were in the eighth grade, our school took the top 20 students on a technical school trip. During the trip, I was very impressed by the machines in the workshops, the circuit boards, the projects and the things the students made.
I think that was the day I decided to become an engineer. When I returned home, I searched for technical schools on the internet and found the vocational and technical school that would carry me forward academically and technically.
The environment I am in is prejudiced against women and believes they cannot be successful in engineering. I want to break down these stereotypes and show that women can be successful engineers.
I believe I have gained a good engineering background through my vocational education at my current high school which I started with no knowledge of the field, and I am taking determined steps towards becoming an engineer.
Vocational education has given me practical work experience, analytical thinking skills, discipline, skills working in a group and many others.