- Excels in multilingual and intercultural communication; Japanese, English, and Mandarin - Experienced communicator in various situations; Intercultural communication, customer service and organizational team
Tokyo Rainbow Pride 2018 was held in Yoyogi Park in Tokyo, during the first week of May, aiming to raise an awareness of LGBT+ rights and spread the meaning of "love and equality" through events, sponsored booth, charity concerts, and parades. - Prepared for the event through safety guidances and preliminary inspection of the parade route - Obtained proper understanding of human rights, LGBT+ community, and its allies - Guided the parade through streets and maintained the safety during the march - Helped foreign guests and parade participants using English and Chinese - Actively engaged with guests, LGBT+ community, and fellow volunteers - Constructed and operated the parade booth and organized the leaflets
I engaged in 2 weeks community volunteer at Cambodian Youth Action (CYA) located in a rural village of Cambodia. CYA is a non-governmental organization and registered legally in Ministry of Interior of Royal Government of Cambodia. CYA is a volunteer-based organization where all of our staff are working voluntarily toward our vision and mission. - Worked as an English Teaching Assistant in a school ran by volunteers - Constructed and repaired the school facility - Gained a knowledge of Khmer culture through a two-week camp in a rural village - Gained strong bonds with international fellow volunteers through camping together - Actively engaged with local children, families and Cambodian university students
- Entering data and displaying event results at competition venues.
3.65 / 4.00 GPA Concentration: Psychology and Business Seminar: Self and Culture / Dr. Yu Niiya Key achievements:
- As a team, we organized over 15 booths and talk-sessions that introduce different international programs. - As presenters, we made an engaging presentation session that introduced Ship for World Youth Program
- Utilizing the open periods, students teach their L1 language to each other (Japanese-Mandarin). - Worked as a peer facilitator, running the English discussion for fellow English learners. - Cultivated creative thinking, logical thinking and critical thinking skill through exploring different topics with the peers
- Coded data of American (369 responses) and Japanese participants (406 responses) in each language - Discussed the reasons with two other researchers (American and Japanese)
- As a team of a trading company, we developed a business plan for a client in an imaginary setting. - Gained hands-on experience in negotiation and client-first communications
- As a team, we analyzed the needs of clients in different scenarios and presented the professional candidate - Gained hands-on learning on the business model in the emerging expert network field
3.81 / 4.00 GPA Related coursework: Research Methods, Mandarin Language (Intermediate: B-2 Level) Key achievements:
- 55 service hours of cultural exchange with students in local Taiwanese junior-high school. - Prepared Chinese-English bilingual educational materials with a local university student. - Reported education materials and student interactions weekly.
- As a team consisted of 4 students, we proposed a business plan of inside & outside promotion for a restaurant in Vietnam - Hands-on experience of the PDCA cycle, researching customer needs and providing solutions - Managed financial operation of the team as a treasurer
3.32 / 4.00 GPA Related coursework: Cognitive Science, Leadership & Innovation Key achievement: Received JASSO Study-Abroad Scholarship ($4,000)
Engaged in one-to-one English-Mandarin language and cultural exchange sessions with a fellow Chinese exchange student.
- Loaves & Fishes is an organization that fight against the hunger in the California Bay Area - We prepared the meal and served for those who needed in the city of San Jose
- Assisted operation of co-workers for English/Chinese speaking customers - Actively engaged with customers to make the "Starbucks Experience" more enjoyable - Provided "Third Place" based on the company's value, maintaining a clean and safe environment
- Gained a mutual understanding and friendship by acknowledging global issues and unique problems of both countries through discussions at universities. - Practiced leadership by organizing and presenting cultural performances as a performance committee
- Supported the group as an Assistant Group Leader, attending a daily meeting with the administrators - Obtained a deeper understanding of Child's Rights through discussion on board and at two universities (the University of Colombo, Cochin University of Science and Techno