Sophomore at University of Southern California
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Assisted an elderly family with weekly, with managing their front and backyard landscaping
Rocket Propulsion Lab (September 2016 to present)
- Lent a hand to more senior members in the club in converting raw materials into usable forms in the effort of shooting a rocket into space
USC Track & Field (September 2015 to present)
- Over 20 hours training weekly, year-round, testing my physical and mental limits and discovering techniques to be a exemplary individual in front of coaches, spectators, peers, and other athletes
Community Service- Various weekend outings with USC Track & Field giving campus tours, encouraging hospital patients, and preparing food at food banks
Summer Fun Camp- 80+ hours- Two summers volunteering at a local church in a week-long camp for elementary grade students. During this time, I lead a number of students in crafts, sports, games, and dance.
In my spare time and within class I enjoy disassembling and reassembling devices to learn what makes devices work electronically and mechanically. Over the past three years I have successfully taken apart various consoles, fabricated an autonomous vehicle, and built a bridge out of pasta to test prototypes for strength within a class competition
Accustomed to working on both Macintosh and PC computers. My expertise on these ranges from digital art to virus prevention. A survey of programs which I have learned include Microsoft office, coding software MATLAB, modeling programs SolidWorks, Cinema 4D, and various Adobe digital design applications such as Illustrator and Photoshop. I have also trained others with their computer problems and troubleshooting their computer's technical issues.