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EDUCATION

January 2011- present: Sheridan Architectural Technology Program
September 2010- present: Completing Interior decorating certificate at Sheridan part time
January 2011- present: Completing Fine Arts Certificate at Sheridan college part time.
June 2009:  Completed additional high school courses (Advanced Functions, Canadian and World Issues: Geographic Analysis, Analyzing Economic Issues)  
June 2008 : Completed High School Diploma

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ACADEMIC AND NON ACADEMIC AWARDS RECEIVED
Sept. 2012:   Received the Brocklebank Award for the Sheridan Architectural Technology Program in recognition of academic achievements.
Gr. 9-12 Ontario Scholar
Gr. 9-12 Principal’s Honor role
Gr. 9-12 Excellence in science
Gr. 10, 11 Breakfast of champions    

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EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES


Hamilton Art Gallery (February 2009-June 2009)

  • Volunteered at Art Shop (4 hours/week)

Carnegie Art Gallery

  • Volunteer Work: processed  purchases, helped with administrative work, assisted at art exhibits

McMaster University (2005 - 2007 summers)

  • LEAP program: Failure Analysis and Structural Design, Mechanical Engineering and  Civil Design (competitive program, 2 weeks)
  • Mini university (2 weeks)
  • Venture Engineering and Science (1 week)
  • Venture Computer and Technology program (1 week)
  • Swimming program (1 week)

Dundas Valley School of Art (Sep. 2004 – Aug. 2007)

  • Jewelry, one day workshop
  • Portrait, one week course
  • Art for teens (throughout Gr. 9), fall and spring courses

Biology research project (June 2007)

  • gathered data to study how lichens population is effected by environmental factors (1 hour/week for 3- 4 weeks)

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 Volunteer work (2005 and 2006 summers)
McMaster University’s Venture Engineering and Science program for 3 weeks

  • prepared presentations (e.g. Newton’s three laws)
  • assisted counselor with other activities
  • helped children (grade 4-9) with their experiments (e.g. grew bacteria cultures, made ping pong machines, made and launched rockets)

YMCA, Leaders in Training (LIT) (Summer 2004 - 3 weeks long)

  • counselor training: learned about responsibility, respect, caring and honesty
  • worked with 5 to 6 years old children
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MOST SIGNIFICANT PART TIME WORK

Renovation work, mainly labour work (Summer 2005 and Aug. 2007)

  • approximately 30 hr/week
  • removed carpets
  • painting
  • landscaping 
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SKILLS

  • AutoCAD: Advanced
  • 3DS Max: Intermediate
  • Revit: Beginner
  • Photoshop: Intermediate 
  • Sketch up: Intermediate 
  • Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint: Advanced
  • Dreamweaver: Beginner
  • SAP2000 Engineering Structural Analysis Program: Intermediate
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TRAVEL HISTORY

  • Explored the historical landmarks of Quebec City (August 2012).
  • Education Europe tour to Italy and Greece (March 2008 – 11 day trip).  Some of the architectural historical sites we visited were in Venice, Rome, Florence, Delphi, and Athens.
  • Ottawa (March 2007) when I visited the parliament buildings, cultural museum, art gallery, etc.
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HOBBIES

  • Visit Royal Ontario Museum, science centre, and architectural significant buildings such as the Dundurn castle in Hamilton
  • Swim, skate, play tennis, bike ride, sew, and draw
  • Enjoy writing poems
  • I grow tropical trees, flowers and vegetables from seed. (e.g. orange, lemon, leachy)
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SUMMER 2013 PLANS

  • Volunteer at Habitat for Humanity
  • Write Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing Exams (General Legal, Small Buildings)
  • Improve French language skills
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS

  • Become LEED certified

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