Hi! My name is Sahil Singh, and I’m a current freshman at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona.
I’m majoring in Aerospace Engineering on the Astronautics track. Eventually, I hope to be involved with space exploration at a public space agency or another organization that aims to benefit humanity as a whole.
I am skilled at team communication and leadership, and I’m also quite good at public speaking.
One of my proudest achievements in my career so far is launching a high altitude balloon carrying a multitude of sensors with my high school AP Computer Science class, and also achieving the rank of Eagle Scout after 12+ years in Scouting.
I have an extensive history in amateur repairs, doing everything from vacuuming lint out of a TV to replacing a RAM card in a home-built computer. While I am quite good at surface-level repairs, I want to know how to repair more “risky” components, like processors and other delicate parts.
I am part of Embry-Riddle’s Rocket Development Lab and EagleSat clubs.
My hobbies include playing video games, spelunking in the mountains near campus, and sleeping.