Licensed student pilot with successful aircraft background and relevant credentials. Well-coordinated and responsible leader with methodical and detail-oriented nature and in-depth knowledge of flight safety protocols and craft operations standards. As well as experienced student pilot awaiting for graduation solo test.
In June of 2020, I began my long course of becoming a private pilot.
I fly a light sport Cessna 162 with my personal friend which is full time commerical pilot and an aviation instructor at Embry Riddle Aeronautical school in Daytona, FL
I have a total of 28 hours as a student pilot on the Cessna 162
currently in the process of applying for the student pilot license
18 hours of flight ground school, taking notes, video watching, and instruction on real life situations/safety precautions.
First solo flight will be within the next 6 months
The end goal for me, is to fly the total of 50 hours needed 25 solo and 25 instructed flight hours for the application process of the Private pilot license.
I created my personal brokerage trading stock portfolio on Charles Schwab in the summer of 2020.
I am currently learning and reading a book on technical analysis called "Technical analysis for dummies" It is a great read for the rookie/novice investor but that is also somewhat experienced in the stock market.
My personal trading portfolio value is currently $19,413.45
This meaning that is the total value of my investments combined with the total value of profit gains. The portfolio was initiated with $5,000 from sponsorships from my dad and my own capital raising/savings.
I am currently trading in SPACS which are "special purpose acquisition companies". These are companies with low capital and sometimes low profits that are usually undiscovered that want to become publicly traded and become big through the NYSE.
;basically finding undervalued companies trying to raise capital and awareness to formalize an agreement for IPO and to begin trading and participating in the NYSE officially with a ticker.
I am an up coming heir/owner of the company CMR and TMR Colombia which are both owned by my father and my grandfather, respectively. CMR and TMR are companies having to do with helicopter maintenance and repair, and the study of these helicopter engines. The helicopters I worked and interacted with are Russian MI8- MTV's and MI-17's. The task of my job was to follow my fathers early tight working schedule for about 6 weeks in Bogota, Colombia. I would go to the company with him, shadow during meetings, take notes, and occasionally was asked for my opinions/minor decisions on what was being talked about whether it had to be different business opportunities, or opinions on company budgets.
A lot of technical learning about the company itself, shadowing different operating managers involved in the business and taking in information as well as writing notes. Another good experience for me working that summer was learning a little bit of the Russian language every morning before I started work. This helps me create a better understanding of the Russian employees who work there tirelessly on the aircraft and know them very well.
In the summer of 2016, I interned at one of my fathers personal business branches of CMR Colombia. I spent a good 4 weeks up in North Florida learning, working along the employees and following their early morning work schedules that went along till the late afternoon. The job task for me was to get down and dirty and wear the same uniform as the aircraft technicians and mechanics would wear on a daily basis so that I could get an experience of what it is like to work my own business. I was able to get hands on working experience with the electrical, technical, and overall issues of the helicopters. I would tend to help get materials and gather them for the specific jobs that the employees would be working on. Keep in mind, an air craft repair stations has many different working stations, tools, chemicals, and liquids as well as raw material or even instruments, Thanks to my father for this opportunity, I was able to get hand on working experience with the avionics and electrical sides of the helicopters, and I was able to gain knowledge and personal gain through hands on activities with the air craft working stations, as well as the tools needed for repair. Other job tasks as an entry level worker at the company required me to deposit the companies checks at the bank, or run errands for the general manager of the air craft repair project, as well as driving the vans and transporting the work personnel wherever they needed me to take them
The best part of this experience for me, was putting myself into the position of all my fellow hard working employees and gaining experience for the future.
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