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Emily Yu

Emily Yu

Elkhart, IN, US

 

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About 

I really enjoy working as an architectural designer. Knowing that I am able to create unique shelters for clients, changing a part of the world, making the earth greener, and sustaining the environment makes me feel accomplished.

When I am set on one goal, I am willing to work hard until this goal is accomplished. I never had a thought of quitting even when there is a lot of obstacles that I need to pass through. I am considered to be a hardworking person and a quick learner that never quits till the end.

I really enjoy learning and exploring new things and opportunities, and would apply these new skill sets into my designs to make things more interesting.

Employment 

Jade Garden Restaurant, Elkhart, IN, US, Assistant Manager

As a long-term part time job to partially support self living and education expenses, I have been progressively promoted from service positions to the mid management level, and become very efficient and effective in managing all aspects of restaurant business, including overseeing staff, interacting with clients, and making minor business decisions.

Jul 2002 - current
 

W.J.Y. Architects & Associates, Taipei, Taiwan, Intern Designer

I have done this internship for summers from May - Aug. 2010, 2011, 2012.

I have successfully accomplished various assignments, including designing residential projects, rendering perspectives, preparing construction documents, writing peculation reports, and inspecting projects in progress during construction phase.

May 2010 - Aug 2012
 

Education 

Ball State University, Muncie, IN, US, BArch, College of Architecture

Within the four years of college career at Ball State University, I have learned to design different size of architecture from residential to commercial. I have took a couple of courses that explore multiple possible ways of greening the environment and helping to better people's life and health. I also have took courses that taught basic structural calculations and the layers that are needed within a structurally stable architecture.

Aug 2009 - May 2013
 

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