Ahmed Elwakeel

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Lincoln , Nebraska, USA
Honor Society Member
University Of Nebraska At Lincoln ( May-2020 )
Ever since I was a little boy I’ve always liked cars and racing. To me, they were the most fun as a toy because I could imagine myself to be the driver of that beautiful piece of machinery and technology one day. I like everything about cars, from the complicated mechanical nature to the thrill of driving itself. The more I learned about automotive engineering, the more satisfied and settled I became that this is what I will devote my life for. I was raised in Giza, Egypt, surrounded by a hard-working, caring family. I guess you can say my dad gave me his eyes. He taught everything and wanted me to be the best. He encouraged me to join STEM high school in Egypt, a school for the most elite students. I did my very best preparing until I got accepted among 149 others from a couple of thousand applicants. My dad did not stop there. He wanted me to get the best higher education abroad. I got admitted to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. There, I started my dream of becoming an engineer, studying the thing I love, mechanical engineering. UNL gave me the opportunity to be involved and get closer to my major. In my freshman year, I joined clubs like Baja Club (contributed in building an off-road, racing buggy), eSAB (Engineering Student Advisory Board), and Formula SAE. I am a fast learner and an accurate writer, with a very keen eye for detail. My first job was at Cycle Works, a cycle shop where dealt with assembly, maintenance and repairs of bikes. My favorite hobbies are swimming, running and watching car shows (watched every single episode of Top Gear). Finally, I am seeking an internship in the field of mechanical/automotive engineering to help me release my abilities and serve as a firm foundation for a fruitful engineering career.
Intended Job Path
Mechanical Engineer at NASA, Boeing, SpaceX, or Bently.
Grad School Interests
University of California, Davis Boston University   University of Nagoya
Honors & Awards
dean's list
Recognized for academic achievement during the Fall semester of 2016 by the dean of the Engineering college
honor society
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
mechanical engineering
2016 to 2020
Job Experience
student worker -mechanic
Able/Sandoz Facilities
September, 2016 to February, 2017
front desk
Selleck Quadrangle Dorm
September, 2016 to February, 2017
mechanical engineering
Language Proficiency
English (US)
Assistant at Homeless Shelter
People's City Mission
February, 2017 to May, 2017
Swimming and running
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