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Currently, I am going into my 5th year at Syracuse University in the School of Architecture. I expect to graduate in May of 2014 with a Bachelor of Architecture degree. In anticipation for professional practice, projects thus far were executed with attention to precision, scale, and detail. Previously, I interned as a Project Assistant for Brawer & Hauptman Architects LLC in Philadelphia. Last Fall, I was abroad in Florence and this past semester I was abroad in New York City. Outside of architecture, I have a strong interest in web and graphic design, drawing, painting, and furniture design.
Brawer & Hauptman, Architects, Philadelphia, PA, US, Summer Intern | Project Assistant
Built models and updated working files, plots, and sample collections.
Magna Legal Services, Philadelphia, PA, US, Marketing Research Assistant
Organized and filed business documents and events.
Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory, Kingston, PA, US, ESL Teacher/Resident Assistant
Helped international students with language barrier and prepare for upcoming academic year.
B&E Service Station, Trenton, NJ, US, Accounting Assistant
Organized and filed business documents.
Summer Employment 2007 - 2009.
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, US, BArch, School of Architecture
5-year Undergraduate Program for Architecture.
Year of Graduation: 2014 (GPA 3.53).
Received a Partial Academic Scholarship.
Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory, Kingston, PA, US, High School, Various Topics
Year of Graduation: 2009 (GPA: 4.5)
Honors: Cum Laude Society
Received a Partial Academic Scholarship
Syracuse University Summer College, Syracuse, NY, US, School of Architecture
A 6-credit Studio Design Program in Architecture for high school students. (GPA: 4.0)
The Raphael Award, 1st Place
Given to a student abroad in Syracuse University's School of Architecture in Florence for overall excellence in drawing, observation, and analysis.
Hess Wandell Scholarship Award, 1st Place
Given to a student for academic achievements and school leadership.