Iman Coupet

Iman Coupet

Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, UAE

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Recent graduate, looking for entry level position in the Design/Architecture industry. Passionate about Architectural Design. 



Lucas Engineering Consultancy, Al Ain, UAE, Architect Intern

Assist architects with projects and participate in the design process by developing three-dimensional building models and two-dimensional construction documentation using software. Specializing in rendering through orchestrating experiential walk through videos, allowing the client to have the full understanding of the building.

Apr 2018 - current

Brighton College International Schools, Al Ain, UAE, Teacher's Learning Assistant (TLA)

Manage and facilitate a semi-outdoor environment for FS-2 primary (ages 4-5). Create opportunities for interactive play that will improve the child's learning development in conjunction with the teachers’ lesson plans. In total, supervise approximately 120 students. A unique opportunity for both research and application on school improvement design on educational system.

Jan 2018 - current

Manor Hall & Al Zayedia Secondary School for Girls, Al Ain, UAE, Cover Teacher

Cover/Substitute teacher at two schools in Al Ain-Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, where I cover or assist in classes from elementary to high school for permanent teachers who are out of school on medical or other leave. Managed approximately 50 classes each consisting of approximately 25-35 students, ensuring the class remained on track with the required curriculum.

Sep 2017 - Nov 2017

Iman Elan Coupet, Savannah, GA, US, Freelance 3D Modeling Tutor

Trained student designers in 3D modeling, digital design programs, and architectural design software, including Revit and Rhino. Strengthened technical skills through lesson planning and instruction.

Jan 2015 - Jun 2017

Batey Rehab Project Volunteer, Barahona, Dominican Republic , Construction Volunteer (Internship)

Served as a volunteer on the construction team for a program that builds modular homes for needy families in Barahona, Dominican Republic. Improved my construction methods and techniques by first tearing down the condemned home, digging into the ground for the foundation, laying the reinforcement bars (rebar), mixing cement, and laying the CMU Blocks (binding them with mortar). Also in charge of designing and implementing the construction of a playground for the children of the house and neighboring homes in the area. Used creativity and
limited resources to turn the project into reality on a demanding time schedule.

Apr 2015 - Apr 2015


Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA, US, BArch, Architecture

Sep 2013 - Jun 2017

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