Unfortunately, no. I don't make people admins unless they're established users who have shown they can do good work, and they want to take on the responsibility. (In fact, I've never made anyone an admin, because even when I thought they were good, I didn't know if they wanted the responsibility.)
You obviously want it, but so far you've only made two edits to articles: one (back in March) looked like a test edit and I reverted it, and the other had good information (though it did need copyediting) but it's only your second total article edit.
Also, I'd probably want to know that you have a need for the tools. Admin tools really aren't really that exciting. (For example, Wikipedia compares admin tools to janitors' supplies, and their admin symbol is a mop over their logo.) Admins get access to special user rights/tools, including but not limited to:
Blocking users from editing
Protecting pages so that certain broad groups of editors can't edit them
Turning wiki features on and off
Editing parts of the interface
Editing the theme
Modifying abuse filters
Rollback (a special fast-revert button for certain edits)
Editing fully protected pages
Considering I myself barely need these tools right now due to the wiki not being extremely active, I don't see a good reason to just give them to someone else who hasn't made many edits yet. Maybe in the future, if you make good improvements, but... I just don't think giving you access to a bunch of powerful tools is a good idea when you might not even need them and I don't know yet how you'd handle them. Sorry.
You can definitely help improve the wiki, though, if you'd like. You don't need to be an admin to do it!