Shipping Expensive Computers by Justin Chabot
Hi everyone! My name is Justin Chabot and I attend school at Southern New Hampshire University which is located at 2500 N River road in Manchester New Hampshire. I am currently in an IT program where I will be receiving my Master of Science in the year 2022. To kind of start my essay off I like to say that some greatest feedback I’ve wholeheartedly taken was from mom when I was little kid. It was to not be selfish to others and always share even if you have so little because that so little can go a long way. I took the growth mindset to learn from this experience because I wanted to learn and grow from it. Doing this taught me valuable lessons and opened my eyes that we are not all the same, some are less fortunate while others are more. WE all face different battles whether they are good or bad but as people we should respect each other. Growing up I had used this method ever since I could remember. Holding doors for the elderly, giving my last ice cream to my friend or even to help someone jump-start their dead battery on the side of a road. Using this has made me a better person but also grew my mind set so much. I chose to write to this scholarship because I have a real connection with having to transport and ship expensive computer equipment to other countries around the world. The procedures are tense due to some of the value of these machines. technology provides a great assortment of benefits like speed, efficiency, and agility to users all over the world. Today, more and more people in the poorest countries are getting over their unplugged status. They start using techs of all kinds in their everyday life. Sooner than you know, there will be no white spots zones not only in geography sphere but in the technology field as well. With the help of sending supplies to other countries we allow them to continue their education to help further themselves. What might we do to protect this equipment when shipping them around the world? Well protecting the key and most essential parts to the computer is where we can start. Taking out the CPU cooler is a great place to start because we want to limit the stress on the motherboard and CPU. Packaging the components in a foam type material will help absorb shock and any impacts it may face. Shipping the computer components separately is another way to safely ensure the product does not get damaged. These steps are crucial when packing up computers or just parts by themselves in general. I hope to further my career by completing my courses online, and I believe online school has been a huge impact on being able to balance a full-time job while still being in school full time as well. Lastly, I wanted to say thank you for considering my essay and taking the time to read it, this is a great opportunity that will help me beyond.