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Riley Ledezma is a 2016 MIT Graduate. He has a double major in Aerospace Engineering and Theater Arts, looking to achieve a perfect balance of science and humanities studies. He is a first generation student (first to go to college) whose parents are from Mexico. During his time in college he had participated in varsity crew, fraternity life, dorm culture and performance groups.
I am a graduate from Cornell University with a Master of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering Class of 2017. I have been involved with Faculty of Engineering's career counseling, particularly students from ECE department. Moreover, Cornell University has a huge alumni network with alumni ready to assist prospective and current students in any way possible. As a part of that network, I aim to do the same.
With international experience, I am happy to provide you with insights in admission process, application preparation, career advice at Top UK and US universities, as well as culture differences from student perspectives.