Crystal Harris
Crystal Harris
Engineer, Boeing
Seattle, WA
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  • Destinee and Erica, Walnut Park asked Crystal Harris, Boeing

    Added Wednesday, February 11, 2015 at 5:35 PM

    What classes would you recommend we take in high school if we wish to pursue an engineering degree?
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  • Matikomborera, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe asked Crystal Harris, Boeing

    Added Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 10:05 AM

    Hi Crystal! I took a quick liking to you I really don't know why but I just did. I am interested at the same time highly anxious about venturing into the aeronautics field. I love the idea of working with different air crafts and expanding my knowledge on the behind the scenes of an air craft but I don't know if I am well suited for the field. My grades are not the best at the moment and trying to get information about applying to universities is becoming a frustrating task because they make me ...
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  • Jesamé S., Durban, South Africa asked Crystal Harris, Boeing

    Added Friday, July 18, 2014 at 6:15 AM

    Hi Crystal, You are such an inspiration to me! My dream has always been to become a pilot, an airline pilot and its been that way from the age of 6. I finished metric 4 years ago and didn't get selected to do math and physics in school, this year I decided to do math and physics and try to get into the aviation field, its so expensive and I don't have finances to study, so I need to get better marks, I really trying my best. I would love to become a pilot and an engineer like you, but sometimes ...
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  • Bhaskar, Anantapur Andhrapradesh india

    Added Thursday, May 15, 2014 at 9:29 AM

    Hi friends, I'm completed my Diploma in Civil Engineering but I'm interested in space & technology.... then what should I do now .. please give me some suggestions.. and after completing diploma, if any further education courses in online.
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    Crystal Harris, Boeing
    Answered Thursday, May 15, 2014 at 9:29 AM

    I encourage you to research internships/fellowships for new graduates interested in Space and Technology. I know NASA has some programs that may or may not partner with other countries for students interested in travel and Engineering, etc. I believe ...

  • Alexis, New Orleans, Louisiana

    Added Monday, February 17, 2014 at 11:19 AM

    I'm a high school junior who is conflicted about what engineering to go into. I am currently in an engineering class to see what it's like to get different projects from different fields and so far my favorites have been chemical, aerospace, and mechanical. I was wondering if you could give me some insight about your field of study. What is your normal day like? How was your college experience? Are there any problems or discrimination you have faced? Thank you!
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    Crystal Harris, Boeing
    Answered Monday, February 17, 2014 at 11:19 AM
    Hello Alexis,
    
    I completely understand your conflict.  It is difficult to pin point what you would like to study within the Engineering fields.  You are doing the best and most efficient thing right now in terms of getting exposure to all Engineering and ...
  • Tamika, PinkSTEM.org/ Atlanta Ga asked Crystal Harris, Boeing

    Added Sunday, July 14, 2013 at 1:42 PM

    Greetings! It was such a pleasure to come across your profile. I am an educator at a underprivileged Title I school in Macon Ga. I also, am the founder of PinkSTEM.org which is an after school organization to bridge the gap for girls and minorities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. I was especially drawn to you with your graduation from Tuskegee. I was stationed in Montgomery Al as an Air Traffic Controller and was unfamiliar with the programs offered at Tuskegee. I am ...
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  • Mrs. Pinn, Girls Go Green in Lynchburg, Va asked Crystal Harris, Boeing

    Added Monday, July 8, 2013 at 11:00 AM

    Crystal, I am a science teacher and I recently facilitated a group of girls that met after school to work on a project in which they used recycled 2L bottles to make designer earrings. The group focus on STEM activities and careers. We will have a final meeting soon and I was wondering if you could offer some advice to our group of girls. They are african americans, in middle school, and very interested in STEM careers. Thank you, J.Pinn
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  • Tasnia , Bangladesh asked Crystal Harris, Boeing

    Added Friday, March 30, 2012 at 7:08 AM

    HI, I'm Tasnia from Bangladesh. I'm in high school now and I'm good at math and science. I'm thinking about doing a B.S in aerospace engineering in Canada, but I'm confused if it is a suitable job for women. Is it difficult for women AE to get job in any airline company since it is a male dominating sector? Do women face difficulties in this sector? I will be thankful if you please answer me. Thank you.
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