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Aaron Mitchell

Aaron Mitchell

Stanford Summer Engineering Academy
In high school, I thought I would go into business. It wasn’t until I attended SSEA that I realized the breadth of engineering programs Stanford has to offer.

 I discovered an engineering major called Management Science and Engineering, which covers issues in entrepreneurship and innovation in technology. It sounds like it might be the perfect major for me. I’m excited to explore this overlap of business and engineering.

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