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College Corner: Gabe Moser

Kevin Liang
Gabe will attend one of the top aeronautical schools in the US.

Gabe Moser was accepted into Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University on October 11, 2023 and will attend there in Fall of 2024. He will be traveling all the way down to Daytona Beach, Florida, where the university is located. 

He first noticed the university when researching schools online. He knew he wanted to do aerospace engineering, but didn’t know where to go for it. After seeing that Embry-Riddle was a top school for this field, he instantly decided that this was the best choice for him. The warm weather, the close beach, and the great people down in Daytona attracted him greatly.

“I will likely spend time at the beach while I am there, and will try surfing where I can,” said Gabe. He also noted that volleyball and the movies were his favorite activities to do.

To prepare for his difficult courses, Gabe will take as many college level classes during his senior year, as well as honors and advanced placement classes. 

“I know it will be harder than any schooling I’ve had before, therefore I will give it my all, to hopefully achieve ultimate greatness and success. I know that it will be hard. I know that I will struggle. I know what I have to do, and I will do it. I know that I can do it, I believe in myself, and that’s all that matters.” 

A prestigious school like Embry-Riddle will not be cheap at all. To help pay for his tuition, Gabe will apply to as many scholarships and grants that he can. The yearly cost for attendance is 40-60,000 dollars, so Gabe will spend a lot of time and effort signing up for whatever he can. 

Even with a variety of scholarships, Gabe will still have to apply for loans. In the future, Gabe expects to have debts to pay off. NASA is what Gabe is shooting for, but other aeronautical and space agencies and companies are good for him also. Gabe states that although the cost is high, it will be worth it in the long run, as the high salary of an aerospace engineer can pay off debts in no time.

Good luck to Gabe Moser in his adventure!

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Kevin Liang, Staff Writer
Kevin Liang Grade 12 Years in BluePrint: 1 What you hope to do this year: To create the best articles and receive rewards. Outside activities: Working at Texas Roadhouse. Why did you take BluePrint: I wanted to contribute to the student news.

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