Linh Truong
Ms. Linh Truong
Design engineer, Lockheed Martin
Atlanta, GA
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  • Marcie, Chaminade College Prep High school asked Linh Truong, Lockheed Martin

    Added Monday, February 2, 2015 at 8:59 PM

    I am 14 years old and in 2nd year of high school. I do love Math and I also love to draw & paint. I am planning on pursuing engineering in college and would like to know what websites, books and or organizations, would be a wonderful resource for me while I have 3 more years to think about it? Thank you!
    Related to Preparation for College
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  • Chanel, Lawrenceville, GA asked Linh Truong, Lockheed Martin

    Added Sunday, January 25, 2015 at 2:23 PM

    Hey Linh, I am a college freshman enrolled at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville. I want to major in Aerospace Engineering so I plan on transferring to Georgia Tech in Atlanta. I know Georgia Tech is a big deal and the school where I am currently at is nowhere near as demanding as Georgia Tech. I have heard so many horror stories about how hard it is and how people there are all geniuses. However, I try to not let that discourage me but in the end it gets to me sometimes. What would you ...
    Related to Aeronautical/Aerospace , Choosing a School, Self Doubt
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  • Amy, Alabama asked Linh Truong, Lockheed Martin

    Added Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at 9:36 AM

    Unlike most of the ones that have posted questions here as far as I can see, I am an engineer currently with a few years of experience. However, I find myself questioning whether or not I made the correct career choice. Looking back, I chose engineering because I enjoyed science and math, but I did struggle with many of my classes in college. At the time, I was battling depression and low self esteem, and I isolated myself and did not ask for help. Although I did obtain a degree, I was very ...
    Related to Difficult Classes, Opportunities/Challenges for Women, Self Doubt
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    Linh Truong, Lockheed Martin
    Answered Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at 9:36 AM
    Dear Amy, I think you should not let your GPA haunt you. Regardless of what your GPA was, it is what you learned in school that is important. Your degree was what you needed to get your foot in the door in industry. Now is your chance to accept your ...Read More
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