An exceptional kid named Caleb Anderson has gained admission into the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, United States at the age of 12.
Caleb had already been enrolled to study aerospace engineering at the at Chattahoochee Technical College for advanced credits. Upon the completion of his 2-year program at the technical college, the 12-year-old was accepted to the Georgia Institute of Technology.
The university confirmed in his attendance in the first class of the aerospace engineering department, but is unsure if he is the “youngest student to ever attend Georgia Tech.”
Caleb on the other hand, called his first day of classes “pretty interesting” in the university’s statement, citing the size of the school’s campus as “massive.”
“This is the kind of school I have been wanting to go to for a very long time, and I am finally here,” Caleb was quoted to have said.
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The Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, United States were excited to welcome Caleb to the institution. A video of his resumption was shared on the school’s Twitter handle. Watch the video below;
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Caleb wishes to go to Mars, do an Internship with Elon Musk and contribute to the work of NASA – the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
“I think I am going to go to Mars and do more school, I think, and try to get my master’s at Georgia Tech,” he said. “Then do an internship with Elon Musk, and then I’ll probably get my Ph.D. at MIT. And then I think I’ll start working at either NASA. Or SpaceX,” he said.
In another outstanding story, a 12-year-old girl named Alena Wicker gained admission to the Arizona State University in the United States with a dream to become a to become a space Engineer in future.