William Muraviov #OwnyourFUTURE


The One and Only

Who Am I?

I am a student of Crater School of Business, Innovation and Science. I am a kitchen employee for Kaleidoscope Pizzeria & Pub. I am a member of National Honor Society as well as CESPN. I'm just a kid with a dream of hopefully becoming one of the finest engineers of our generation.

Who Will I Represent?

I want to represent whatever is constantly innovating, challenging, and bringing a new idea to others. I want to be able to create something that will inspire others as well as make others better around me better. I want to have creative freedom and be in an area where I'm most comfortable with though is far different from home.


"The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand."

- Jim Powell

What is the work that I am interested in?

Initially I wanted to become an architect, which is a direction I'm still willing to head in, though I found my self gravitating towards becoming an engineer. The reason I want to tackle this type of field for my career and work is so that I could construct, use mathematics & scientific , invent, innovate, and design. I feel that this is something that would complement me, considering that it's very difficult, includes high risk decisions, and shapes peoples characters to become leaders among their peers, something I definitely want to be involved in.

What is the area of study I see myself doing?

The areas of study I see myself doing definitely conspire with what I want to become. My main areas of studies consist of architectural engineering, civil engineering, constructional engineering, and mathematics. I really want to be engaged on the type of social changes that occur with newer buildings and roads being built within our communities, and hopefully be the person behind the pen a paper that made these new creations happen.

What are some of the requirements to get into this type of work?

My main focus is to hopefully be working as a civil engineer. The requirements for it involve having civil engineering as an education field of study, as well as a bachelors degree in a program accredited by ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology). The main skills that one must posses include; Mathematics, organizational ability, decision making, communication. The last thing that is a requirement from my research is you must be licensed, licensure designation as a Professional Engineer (PE).


Where is the college located?

I'm still keeping my options pretty wide, but at this point I'm split between the two schools. Boise State University being located in Boise, Idaho, approximately 7 hours and 46 minutes away from Central Point, Oregon. Exact address is 1910 W University Dr, Boise, ID 83725.

As well as Oregon State University, one of the only three college campuses that I've personally visited. Located in Corvallis, Oregon, approximately 3 hours and 22 minutes away from Central Point, Oregon. Exact address is Corvallis, OR 97331.

Where I will live for the next four years?

For either university of my decision, I choose to live on campus for all four years. For an exclusive view of both campuses, there are videos up above.


When do I need to finish applications?

OSU provides a whole page of deadlines for undergraduates admissions, see page below.

Boise State provides a page of important application deadlines on their website, see below.

When do I gather the necessary skills to matriculate work?

With the specific fields and courses that I will take once I arrive at either campus, they will allow for me to gather all of the necessary skills I need to be able to go on and pursue a career as an engineer. Which will require me to stay all four years to have spent enough time preparing myself for my career.


"Projects we have completed DEMONSTRATE what we know - future projects decide what we will learn."

- Dr. Mohsin Tiwana

Why do these colleges and work interest me?

I felt that Oregon State was a beautiful campus and had better vibes than U of O. They offer the courses that I'm looking for and it is in state so that makes things easier. While Boise State offers the courses and majors that I want as well and also from the brochures and letters that I've received it looks like a great campus. It is out of state and I feel that it will offer more challenges overall testing my curiosity and will. I decided to become an engineer when I figured that there was going to be a ton more mathematics and scientific work involved. It sounded like a challenge and people in this career get to develop new infrastructure within communities, practically showcasing their work, so that interested me a ton.

Why did I make the choice?

I wanted something that would challenge me in a way that when I come into work, everything won't just be routine and the same thing day in, day out. I wanted to learn something new with each project I go into, solve new problems, work around tough cases, and just enjoy the process. For the campuses, the only reason I'm stuck between the both are because they both offer what I'm looking for, and They both aren't very far away.


"Never be afraid to try something new. Remember, amateurs built the ark, professionals built the Titanic."

- Unknown

How does one get into this school?

For both Oregon and Boise an application must be done in order to be considered for anything, though both of their sites provide easy online admission applications, to see more details visit their sites, links are up above in the WHEN section. Also depending on a students G.P.A. post high school, or a students SAT score. In an overall way to get into either school, it will require ambition and attentiveness to certain details. Matter of fact, if you truly believe you can go somewhere and work hard at it, then getting in shouldn't be a problem, from here it's all want, and when your in it's still the same mentality though in a place where you wanted to be.

Thank YOU!!!

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