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Work History

Nov 2015Present

Cashier

Nike

Dealt with consumers concerns and issues. As well as having a valuable knowledge of the product to help complete their purchase.

May 2015Sep 2015

 Life Guard

Aquatica

Maintained a safe place for guest to swim.  Also I am American Red Cross certified.

Education

Aug 2015Present

Cuyamaca College
Sep 2011Jun 2015

High School Diploma

Valhalla High School

Rank: 176 of 510 Overall GPA: 3.406

Extra-Curricular Activities

Water Polo

-Novice:2012/Junior Varsity:2013,2014/Varsity:2015

-Team Captain: 2012,2014

-Most Improved:2013

Swim

-Junior Varsity: 2012

Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID)

-2012,2013,2014,2015

-Was secretary 2014

Link Crew

2014

Key Club

2014,2015

California Scholarship Federation (CSF)

2012,2013

Interest/Community Service

Youth and Leaders Living Actively (Yalla)

 YALLA is originally a non-profit organization that brings together kids/teens who were in refugee camps or migrants to the US to come play soccer but YALLA also has an academic side to help minority or low income teens come in twice a week for SAT prep classes and tips for applying to college or for a career after college. 

Qualcomm Internship

During the summer out of the 300 applicants 80 were chosen to do a paid internship with one of the lead engineering corporations qualcomm. During that time I learned everything from engineering tasks to leadership skills, corporation skills because of my constant collabration with others.  This internship prepared me for the real life work force which I believe is a certain advantage when finding a job.

Elementary School Teachers Assistant 

SInce my school didn't start until september while most schools started in August I would donate my time in becoming a teachers assistant and I would do jobs from: making copies, grading work, helping the kids with class work, or my favorite was being in charge of reading groups because I loved reading the books with the kids and asking them questions about the book and exchanging opinions with the kids.