Jacklin Liu

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Jacklin Liu


Sep 2005 - Present

Honours Bechelor of Arts (HB.A)

University of Toronto Scarborough
  • Double major in New Media Studies and Studio (Visual and Performing Arts) programs, with a joined program at Centennial College for New Media Studies
  • Completed courses including project management and individual art and New Media projects

Work History

Work History
Mar 2009 - Present

Graphic Designer

obiido - online auction shopping
  • In charge of all design-related works including banner, layouts, graphics, buttons, navigation bar, flyer and business card
  • Collaborate and communicate with different group members for the completion of the website
  • Constantly making modification of the web layouts for better website functioning
May 2008 - Sep 2008

Sales Associate

Blacks Photo
  • Provided services to customers such as photo developing, product selling, photo editing, and passport photo taking
  • Provided services to customers with patience and pleasant at all times
  • Introduced different brands of cameras in detail to customers for the best choice
  • Promoted products up to 10 cameras a day resulting sales increase

Highlights of Qualifications

  • 3 years of leadership experiences at charity organization of Tzu-Chi Foundation
  • Exceptional communication skills; confidence in oral presentation and organizing events
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills, friendly and confident with pleasant personality
  • Strong organizational and time management skills with different projects
  • Experienced with Adobe Creative Suit (Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, Dreamweaver, Flash)
  • Fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese

Extracurricular Activities

Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu-Chi Foundation of Youth Group

    Toronto, ON, Canada

    Member               Oct, 2004 - Present

  • Attended meetings, identified problems, and contributed ideas and suggestions
  • Participated in compassion relief fund raising events
  • Performed in numerous public occasions to represent the group such as sign language, drama, and concert
  • Host events/activities to introduce the group that bring the participants to be interested and are willing to join the group
  • Attended different volunteering stations such as nursing home, soup kitchen and street cleaning

      President of GTA Youth GroupOct, 2007 - Present

  • In charge of the Youth Group from four different areas (Markham, Mississauga, University of Toronto, University of Waterloo)
  • Host meetings once every two months with Administrators from four areas for updates, and make sure all four areas are on the same pace
  • In charge of all different kinds of events/activities in related to all four areas
  • Act as the bridge between the Adult Group and the Youth Group to make sure there is always smooth communication and connections in between
  • Make sure all four areas are on the right track with the correct spirits and thoughts of Tzu-Chi
  • Constantly in communication with the Vancouver branch to make sure both Toronto and Vancouver branches are on the same pace

    Vice-President of Markham Area Youth GroupOct, 2006 - Oct, 2007

  • Helped president to host events, meetings, and activites for both staff and members
  • Followed with different functional groups to make sure everything is on track

      DocumentaryCoordinator of Markham Area Yough GroupOct, 2005 - Oct, 2006

  • Organized records and photographs from all events and meetings
  • Successfully organized the past files from 1998 to 2004 with 2 team members for the staff to look up referential information
  • Took part of the monthly events introducing the group and crating the awareness of  environmental issues

Volunteer Experiences

Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu-Chi Foundation Summer Camp

    Toronto, ON, Canada

Member of Activity Planning Group                                  Summer, 2009

  • Always thrived to bring fresh and creative ideas to
    • introduce Tzu-Chi's spirits, history, and the 8 major missions
    • recall and reinforce the traditional Chinese ethical concepts, such as filial piety
    • recognize the suffering in the world and appreciate our good fortunes and step further to learn to give
    • experience different ways to getting along with diverse people
    • love the Earth by heart, to comfort the Earth with hands, and to live along with the Earth
  • Communicated with other team members and leaders to achieve common goals
  • Dedicated to prepare and deliver interesting lectures with outstanding results such as games, group discussions, group activities, group sharing, performance, and drama, etc

  Assistant, Camp Director                                  Summer, 2007, 2008

  • Communicated with camp and other group Directors to set common goals and deadlines through effective communication and team work skills
  • Attention to details and proposed ideas, resulted in a smoother and more efficient camp
  • Make sure other teams are on the right track in order to bring out the spirits of Tzu-Chi, i.e., to be a clear and pure stream on college campus and not be strayed by the trends of the society.