Hi everyone, I am going to be a senior majoring in engineering and have recently begun considering some career paths for my dream sheet in the near future. If anyone could share some insight into the fit of the careers to my personality, I would greatly appreciate it. A little bit about me: I am more introverted but I do enjoy talking to people and giving speeches (especially if I can prepare beforehand as well as given time to recharge by being alone). I like to solve problems and do research on things that I find interesting. At the moment, I do not see myself doing "hardcore" engineering for the rest of my life, but I am interested in technology (especially Aerospace), as well as business. I would like to be deployed as much as possible (I have this "weird" dream of community service where I could teach the local community English or help initiate/work on building development for villages) to far-off developing countries. I have been a tutor for underprivileged children when I was a freshmen as well as having gone to the Philippines (my home country) for an Engineers Without Borders project and I enjoyed them. I would like to be a management consultant in the future so an AFSC that is similar to that would be great. Here are some careers I was thinking: 1. Intel - for the analysis and having the feeling of making a difference as well as deployment opportunities 2. Operations Research - I haven't found much info about this career field so if anyone can elaborate that would be great! But it seems like a lot of problem solving, optimization, etc. which could be similar to consulting. 3. Developmental Engineering - I understand that the engineering in the AF is unlike civilian engineering in that the AF is more toward project management. Although I don't think there is much deployment in this career field but maybe I'm wrong? Thank you in advance for any help and insight!