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Weijiang Nie

Student at Arizona State University

Summary

     I am a current student at the W. P. Carey School of Business, I am eager to start my career in a marketing management setting. I am active on campus through university and business school organizations. Last year, I complete sophomore study and  I was able to maintain a 3.5 grade point average.

Work History

Jun 2015Aug 2015

Customer Service Assistant intern

Yaxia Service, Inc., Guangzhou, China
  • Receiving visitors, scheduling meetings, taking and typing dictation, writing routine letters and reports.
  • Handle the itinerary schedule of the general manager. Met clients as a representative of the corporation. Helped to negotiate a¥5,000,000 deal for the corporation.
May 2014Aug 2014

Budgeting Engineering intern

Jiuxin Metal, Inc., Shanghai, China 
  • Record the revenue and expenditure receipts of the company and written into ledger.
  • Conducted research of the marketing trends in order to make the company's budget planning report
Jul 2012May 2013

Part time Sales Assistant/Cashier

  •     Improved customer relationship by assisting customers with identification, selection and purchase of different food combination and accessories at the store.

Education

Jan 2014Jun 2017

Fiance

W.P Carey School of Business, Arizona State University
  • In term of 2, I attended in the Interior Ministry of Chinese Student Association. I committed to help international students integrate into the school life, and help resolve the disputes between students.

Skills

Financial Accounting    Business Communication   Business Leadership Computer Appls&Info Technology                           Macro and Micro Economics

As a Business major, I have taken several basically courses like math and computer science, which are two of what marketing manager requires. In addition, my last time internship experience in Jiuxin Business Company has trained some of my skills like flexible, motivated, and responsible, so I believe these skills would be very valuable to a company. Furthermore, growing up in a bi-lingual, which is Chinese and Cantonese speaking, family has been both a challenging yet rewarding experience. I speak, read, and write Cantonese very well. Also, there is a lot of Cantonese who live in San Francisco or New York, and I would like to use my language skills to assist my clients, if they need my help.