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Work experience

Aug 2011Present

Substitute Teacher/Mandarin Chinese

Eagle County School District

Manage classroom and teach Level 1 Mandarin Chinese lessons as needed 

Jun 2008Present

Mandarin Chinese Interpreter/Intern

Vail Police Department

INTERPRETER:  Established good business relationship with Chinese natives and the local police dept.

On call to assist police officers with communication to native Mandarin Chinese speakers.

INTERN:  Introduced a new outlook for the VPD webpage; setup/designed a Facebook account

May 2004Present

Summer Vail Arts Festival Help

Arte de Mondo

This is a yearly summer position where my duties included the total responsibility of helping the artist set up and breakdown artist tent, assist in sales, deliver paintings to clients and other assignments as needed.

Oct 2008Present

2008 Presidential Election Judge

Eagle County Government

Responsibilities included opening, setting up and closing polling station. Ensured honest practices among the voters. Handled voters concerns and answered questions.

May 2005Sep 2006

Circulation Help

Vail Daily Newspaper

Set up circulation tent to display local paper at Vail Arts Festival

Assisted Scott Carpenter, Mercury Astronaut NASA with his autobiographical book  

(For Spacious Skies) sales


Sep 2009Present

Bachelor of Arts

Seattle University

Major in Economics with a Minor in Mandarin Chinese

Anticipated graduation date - June 2013

GPA 3.7

Related Coursework – Principals of Macro/microeconomics, Business Statistics, International

Economics, Law & Economics, Asian Economic Development, Economic Strategies and Markets

Sep 2008Jun 2009

Colorado Mountain College

College Level classes taken while in high school

GPA 4.0


LANGUAGE: Mandarin Chinese
Spent one year abroad in Taipei, Taiwan. Attended Nanhu High School. Speak conversational Mandarin Chinese; read and write with basic competency Passed HSK Level 3 test


Todd Pentello

My High school counselor and friend

Daphne Qian

Adjunct Faculty/College of Arts & Sciences. Modern Languages and Literature. Mandarin Chinese Professor

Hala Albassam


Philip Qualman

Employer when I am employed as a substitute teacher.

Decor Decor

Mentor and 'Uncle"

Ming Feng

College of Arts & Sciences. Modern Languages and Cultures. Mandarin Chinese Professor


To secure a career in Economics, Accounting, or Finance in a reputable organization, which appreciates professional approach and hard work, where I can utilize my knowledge and various skills towards fulfilling the company’s growth objectives, develop my career and excel in the related field. 


ØCompleted requirements for my major in 3 years ØLived a year abroad as a Rotary Youth Exchange student in Taipei, Taiwan ØDiversity of Work Experiences ØLeadership Opportunities ØVolunteerism


Basketball, Skiing, Politics, Environmental Issues, Economics, Travel


Vail Police Department, Salvation Army, Youth Conservation Corps, Rotary Club, American Red Cross, Eagle Valley Community Fund, Singletree Community Clean-Up, Presedential Judge 2008


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Substitute Teacher