Archinect
Jasmine Le

Jasmine Le

Huntington Beach, CA, US

 

About 

I'm an architecture student. My favorite things to do are drawing, making handmade stuffs, and doing nail art. I love traveling to different places and enjoying different kinds of food, especially Chinese, Korean, Thai, and Japanese. I'm currently working at Kiwi Nail Lounge. However, I'm looking for any internships involving Architecture. I'm also planning to get my bachelor in Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona.

Employment 

Kiwi Nail Lounge, Long Beach, CA, US, Nail Technician

Oct 2014 - current
 

Panda Express, Huntington Beach, CA, US, Lead Counter

The Lead Counter is in charge of dealing with customer service issues/ guest incidents, communicating with the manager, making sure that every employee follows the Cash Handling Policy and the Food Handler standards. participating in the overall training of all employees based on the company’s operating standards and procedural guidelines.

Jul 2011 - Jun 2014
 

Education 

Cal Poly Pomona, Pomona, CA, US, BArch, Architecture

Fall 2015 is my first quarter as 2nd-year architecture student at Cal Poly Pomona.

Jul 2015 - current
 

Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, CA, US, Architecture Technology

I graduated with AS Degree and 2 certificates in Architecture technology. I also got accepted to Cal Poly Pomona as 2nd year student.

Sep 2011 - Jun 2015
 

Ocean View High School, Huntington Beach, CA, US, High School, Public

Sep 2009 - Jun 2011
 

Awards 

AIA OC Student Design Competition, Award

With a tradition of honoring exceptional responses to the complex problems of today's architectural enviroment, the AIAOC Design Awards Celebrate innnovative solutions to the architectural challenges facing Orange County, regardless of project category, type, or budget.
From the larges urban planning solution, to the smallest home on a constrained lot, each project awarded stands on it's own merit as an example of exceptional work by exceptional architects. AIAOC looks forward to this year's entries and urges all of our members to present their best work for recognition.

2015
 

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