Mariko Yoshino

  • Tokyo Japan
Mariko Yoshino

Education

Education
Apr 2007 - Present

Bachelor

Rikkyo University

Learned to be able to contribute to society, to understand the economic functions and social roles of international companies, and to become people of "global value" by becoming business leaders in this international society. 

GPA: 3.3

Zemi study field: Marketing and Business Communications.

Courses Taken: Accounting, Corporate Governance, English for Academic Purposes, English for Specific Purposes, Financial Institutions, Global Marketing, Human Resources Management, International Business, International Consumer Behavior, Interpreting & Translation, Management & Society, Management & Psychology, Marketing, Modern Japanese History, Spanish, Strategic Management.

Feb 2009 - Jul 2009

Exchange student

Victoria University of Wellington

Courses taken: Consumer Behavior, Organizational Behavior, Business Environment of Tourism.

Work History

Work History
Sep 2009 - Present

Part-time Sales Advisor

H&M

Handle thousands of garments that arrive daily, stock and replenish merchandise on the selling floor, and keep the sales and service areas tidy and well-maintained.

Providing customers inspiration and advice with fast-paced service.

Aug 2009 - Present

Researcher

Japan Consuming

Investigate the blogosphere opinions and backing up information of  consumer goods market in Japan.

Accomplished an interview to Tory Burch at her first Tory Burch store lauch in Japan in December 2009.

Aug 2009 - Sep 2009

Intern Concierge and Room Inspector

Hilton Guam Resort & Spa

Assisted hotel guests with vacation ideas, travel plans and trip planning.Recommended and helped non-English speaking guests make reservations for activities and restaurants.Inspected the qualities of incoming guest rooms to welcome guests with the best condition and service.

Aug 2008 - Sep 2008

SEA (Sports, Entertainment, Activity,) Department Intern

Pacific Islands Club Resorts

Interacted with the hotel guests. Hosted activity games, shows and parties at the pool area.

Took care of the kids at Kids Club.

Jul 2006 - Aug 2006

SEA (Sports, Entertainment, Activity,) Department Intern

Pacific Islands Club Resorts

Interacted with the hotel guests.

Hosted activity games, shows and parties at the pool area.

Took care of the kids at Kids Club.

Other Activities

         April 2007–Present 

University Skiing Club

Officer and Even Coordinator

Prepare for skiing camps, summer camps and freshman welcome camps.

Organize all club gatherings.

Arranged a pie throwing stand as a booth at the university festival. 

November 2009 - Present

Translator

Attend bilingual talk-shows as a translator hosted by a student association.

Skills

Skills

Financial Planning

Knowledge in Life planning and  fund plan, Risk management, Financial asset use, Tax planning, Inheritance / business succession and Real estate.   Qualification: Certified Grade 3 Financial Planner (January 2009) 

Japanese

Native fluency.

English

Fluent English speaker, listener, reader and writer.   Qualifications: TOEIC Speaking and Writing score: 400 (March 2008) TOEIC score: 965 (October 2008) TOEFL iBT score: 102 (October 2008) EIKEN (Test in Practical English Proficiency) Grade 1 (November 2009)

Skiing ability

Second-class SAJ skiing license (February 2008)