Aiden Cabeldue

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Aiden
Cabeldue
PORTALES, New Mexico, USA
Gold Honor Society Member
Wtamu ( May-2023 )
Summary
I am currently a student at West Texas A&M in Canyon, Texas. I am studying mechanical engineering with the hope to get a job in Amarillo, Texas. I grew up in a small town in New Mexico by the name of Portales. This town is where I was born and raised and it will always be home. I am also a member of the New Mexico National Guard. It was always my dream to be a soldier in the United States Army and that is exactly what I did. I joined the Guard because I wanted to go to school at a young age. I have also been a Christian my whole life and that defines a large part of me.
Intended Job Path
My intended job path is to get my bachelors in mechanical engineering at West Texas A&M in 2023. I then want to pursue my career at either Bell Helicopter or at Pantex in Amarillo. I also would like to advance in the New Mexico National Guard and hopefully go to selections for the Army special forces.
Grad School Interests
As of now I have no graduate school intentions, but it that could change in the future.
Honors & Awards
Don Sybil Award
Showed leadership in the school. - 8th grade
American Legion Award
Demonstrated hard work and determination in school. -8th grade
Highest GPA
Highest GPA. -8th grade
Honor Athlete
All A's while doing three sports. -8th grade
National Honor Society
Member of NHS
Valedictorian
Graduating Senior with the highest GPA
Major
Mechanical Engineering
Volunteering
Put together and delivered goodie bags to different hospitals in the area.
Buffs For Christ
August, 2020
Helped with Easter egg hunt.
NHS
April, 2020
Hobbies
In my free time I enjoy a variety of things. I biggest passion is working with my hands. I make a sell belt buckles, knives, wood furniture, and spurs. I also enjoy shooting for sport and hunting.
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