The Story of My Life
Humble Founding of Old
Old New Age
- Regrets, I've Had a Few...
- But Then Again, Too Few to Mention...
- I Did What I Had to Do and Saw it Through Without Excemption.
- I Planned Each Charted Course, Each Careful Step Along the Byway.
- And More, Much More Than This, I Did it My Way...
This is all well and good, but what of one's history? With nothing of the past we have no future, and so we must validate the past.
A Review of Qualifications
The story begins at a small elementary school in Brookfield, Connecticut called St. Joseph's. There I started at the grade of K and remained for the following 9 years. From there I was propelled to Canterbury in New Millford, Connecticut for the transitioning years. Finally I arrived at Carnegie Mellon, and here I have remained ever since.
Not everything is a formal education. I have had a distinctive list of working experiences that have left me with new skills and new knowledge. I first worked at a Boy Scout Camp at the Humble Age of 15, followed by a McDonalds tour at the age of 16. This was followed by a KMart assignment at 17, and finally an internship at Kholer Ronan at 19.
Finally, for all my continued effort in the Boy Scouts of America I was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout.