My name is Noelle Charles. I am a recent graduate of Temple University with my Bachelor of Architecture. During my final year at Temple I completed my thesis that looked at reusing a closed urban landfill. I am very interested in researching both conventional and unconventional sustainability methods within the field of design. Now that I have graduated, I am looking for an opportunity to work in a professional design setting where I can further develop my skills that I have learned in school.
Rittenhouse Tavern/Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA, US, Hostess/Receptionist
Answered phone calls,
Seated people as they arrived to the restaurant,
Answered questions regarding the Philadelphia Art Alliance,
Organized seating arrangements
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, US, Peer Teacher
Set up and maintained online blog,
Responded to student's questions regarding the blog,
Provided feedback to students' responses to the lectures
Pam and Jeffrey Politis, Wilmington, DE, US, Nanny
Responsible for children's health and safety,
Organized children's daily/weekly schedules,
Responsible for children's summer curriculum,
Drove to and from activities
Kmart, Philadelphia, PA, US, Back Room Locator
Kept stock room inventory organized,
Performed daily pick-lists,
Assisted customers while on the floor
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, US, BArch, Architecture
H. Rosen Academic Scholarship, Scholarship
Received this academic scholarship for my successful academic grades.
Received the special jury prize for Sustainability.
The brief for the competition asked for proposals that re-designed I-95 as it passed through South Philadelphia. I, along with two of my classmates, re-designed it was a generator of energy for the city and for the vacant lots in the area to close the circuit. We proposed collecting CO2, kinetic energy, wind energy, and piezo electric energy. We then designed three piers that were results for the output of these energies. We also proposed that 50% of the energy collected from the highway would be given to the those who developed on the vacant lots.