Florence Tela
Ms Florence Tela
Senior Manager (MSOL2sys), Intelsat
Alpharetta, GA
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  • Rimsha, Karachi asked Florence Tela, Intelsat

    Added Thursday, February 18, 2016 at 5:47 AM

    Hi Florence! Hope you are doing good...I am very shy enough to share my ideas and questions with anyone i am going to be an engineer in future but the thing is that i could not develop confidence in myself..VI don't answer the question when teacher ask even though I knew the answer..I don't ask questions although I know I have a lot of questions in my head lots..I don't ask my teacher but rather I google it or watch a tutorial on that topic to clear my concepts.. I just want to know how I can ...
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  • Jada , Ipswich

    Added Thursday, June 12, 2014 at 4:35 AM

    I'm a 15 year old girl looking at becoming an electrical engineer after I leave school. I'm not the best at math and science but I enjoy learning about both subjects I'm looking at improving these areas though because I feel as if I might just be slacking off with studying but anyways... I have a heard that becoming an electrical engineer is very difficult I was wondering if you had any tips for me on getting ready for the course or maybe even short courses I can take now? even study tips or ...
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    Florence Tela, Intelsat
    Answered Thursday, June 12, 2014 at 4:35 AM
    Hi Jada,
    Whereas math and physics are basics in the study of electrical engineering, most good schools lay a foundation and build precept upon precept. The depth of material increases with each college year, e.g., the first college year may have the ...
  • Jiminy, Jacksonville, Florida asked Florence Tela, Intelsat

    Added Monday, September 9, 2013 at 4:21 PM

    Hello Mrs. Florence, I read your profile and I think you are the right person to discuss my doubt with. My name is Jiminy. I got my degree as Electrical Engineer, major in Power in Venezuela, South America, and I want to study a master's degree in USA. I can't decide between a Master in Science in Electrical Engineering or a Master in Engineering Management, very different options. Which could be my best option? I would like to study the MEM but I don't know if it is better, in my case, to ...
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    Florence Tela, Intelsat
    Answered Monday, September 9, 2013 at 4:21 PM
    Hi Jiminy,
    A lot of engineers start of working in the technical world and continue in that track or branch off to project or program management and /or personnel management. I would suggest that if you are already working in the technical field but ...
  • Noor, Organization/City

    Added Tuesday, August 6, 2013 at 8:57 AM

    Hello, I will be entering university next year, however I am still very confused regarding what major i should study. Math has always been my favorite subject, however i also love all the sciences. I want to study something that requires creativity , as i believe i am very creative ( I do creative birthday cards and school projects) in addition i want to find a job later on that requires you to do something new everyday, not a routine. Therefore from your experience and knowledge do you think ...
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    Florence Tela, Intelsat
    Answered Tuesday, August 6, 2013 at 8:57 AM
    Hi Noor,
    I agree with Aditi's recommendation given the self-profile you described in your question especially if you are looking at non-routine type of work. I am hoping by now you have figured out what you really want to study. Good luck in your ...
  • Alison, New Jersey asked Florence Tela, Intelsat

    Added Thursday, March 29, 2012 at 8:14 AM

    I'm interested in going into engineering, but I can't figure out which field is right for me, and I don't want to end up studying something in college that I don't like. How do I know which field to choose?
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    Florence Tela, Intelsat
    Answered Thursday, March 29, 2012 at 8:14 AM
    Hi Alison, It is true than Engineering is a very broad field with different types of engineering jobs ranging from the traditional specialties in electrical, aerospace, mechanical, civil, nuclear and chemical engineering as well as other non-traditional ...