A Ram Kim

A Ram Kim

Eugene, OR, US



  To obtain a full time position in an architectural firm in which I will be able to contribute not only technical and creative skills but also international experience to enhance urban design, building, and interior design projects.


- Adobe Suite CS5, Autodesk AutoCAD, SketchUp with SU Podium, and Kerkythea rendering
- Experience in Dreamweaver and AutoDesk Revit
- Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Currently studying to obtain LEED GA Certification
- Korean – Native language, Fluent English


University of Oregon, Front Desk Student Assistant

- Designed 4 informational boards to encourage enrollment in study abroad programs
- Scheduled appointments with advisors, answered questions via phone and in person and organized documents
- Developed communication skills by interacting with variety of students, staff, and faculty

Sep 2006 - Jun 2011

PARKiz Architecture, Seoul, South Korea, Intern

- Created final presentation slides for project
- Analyzed and illustrated a site for geography, resource, and adjacency
- Visualized conceptual drawings
- Enhanced a professional and constant link between site representatives and designers to document and interpret new design information then apply it to current interior design projects
- Enhanced graphic communication skills to present to non-architectural related fields

Aug 2010 - Sep 2010

Guga Urban & Architecture Office, Intern

- Assisted with land surveying and documented urban traditional housing and site, interviewed traditional housing residents, formulated drawings in AutoCAD, and illustrated drawings in Photoshop
- Worked in a team to observe urban site studies for urban development
- Built a model of Korean traditional house

Jun 2009 - Aug 2009


University of Oregon, Bachelors, Interior Architecture

CIDA credited program
Minor in Architecture

Sep 2006 - Jun 2011


Kenneth S. Ghent Scholarship - University of Oregon, Scholarship

Honoring Dr. Kenneth S. Ghent, former director of International Affairs, several scholarships of approximately $4,500 each may be awarded each academic year. Awards are available for undergraduate and graduate students.


Academic Excellence Scholarship - University of Oregon, Scholarship

2006-2011 academic years

The IDEA scholarship is a merit-based, partial-tuition scholarship awarded to new international undergraduate applicants entering in the fall (September). All international students who apply for admission by the priority deadline of February 15 are considered for this award. A separate application is not required. The scholarship is valued at $6,000–$8,000 each and is renewable based on academic performance.


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