Should I stop studying Engineering ? Please Help?
I'm 35 yrs old. I will earn my A.A in Engineering Science from an American Community College in fall 2008. Immediately, I will transfer to a Senior College to obtain my B.A in Mechanical Eng in fall 2010 . Mechanical Engineering is my dream since I was 19 yrs old.However, I didn't have the opportunity to return to college. I work about 30 hr/ week to pay my bills and tuition and I'm a full time student. Due to my outstanding G.P.A = 3.76/ 4.0 I have been granted with 3 full semesters scholarship and I am member of the International society Phi Theta Kappa.Very often, I had received invitations and part time scholarships from other American Universities to transfer and continue my education with them, sadly, I don't neither have the money to afford them nor I am eligible for a student loan.At times, I ask myself if continue studying or save all this money? How is going to offer a job to an inexperience 39 years old Mechanical Eng ? What can I do to gain experience? Pls Help
Asked By: nacho72_iap - 10/6/2007
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I am an engineer and changing career completely at 37 now to invest in real estate! so for me it was a waste of time to study in a top of the world institute 15 years ago. However one word in your questionn makes me believe that you should definitely continue until you get the degree, the word is "dream" - if it's your... More
Answered By: Mister thinker - 10/6/2007
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I'm an engineering major, and I like it, probably because it's the only thing I'm really good at. If you can keep with your studying, I think you should be able to find a job if you can demonstrate you are smart and motivated.
Answered By: rath - 10/6/2007
well !! how is that possible u have a reasonable and good G.P to get scholar ship !! u shuold Try to go abroad to join any other university !! which can easily give you scholarship at no cost !! u should search on net for ant other university !!
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