Stephen Ying

Stephen Ying

Forest Hills, NY, US



I design 2D/3D objects ranging from basic graphic logos to architectural
spaces in a building. During off hours I enjoy watching and playing all kinds of contact sports, primarily basketball, football, and tennis. Visiting and touring locations that hold some of the New York City’s most famous and innovative buildings and sites is also something I highly enjoy.


New York City College of Technology, Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201, Certified Landscape Technician (CLT) and Professor’s Assistant

Job responsibilities included:

- helping professors draw and render a 3D model of the City Tech Vorhees Building’s 3rd Floor for reconstruction purposes using Rhino software.

- assisting and supervising summer session students with laser cutter printing using AutoCAD.

- organizing, cleaning, and rearranging equipment and supplies in Architecture Department’s storage room for CLT and administrative use.

- setting up computers in drafting classrooms as well as replacing any damaged or worn drafting tables with new vinyl covering and straightening of parallel edges.

Jul 2010 - Aug 2010

Al Oerter Recreation Center, Flushing, Queens, NY 11355, Computer Resource Center (CRC) Assistant

Job responsibilities included:

- included assisting CRC coordinators with summer programs, Photoshop classes and film study, held in the computer center by helping people with any technical difficulties.

- supervising public use of the computer center during open hours after summer program sessions and helping people with basic computer troubleshooting.

- maintaining and taking care of all equipment and supplies inside the computer center.

Jul 2009 - Aug 2009

McDonald’s Corp., Forest Hills, Queens, NY 11375, Cashier

Job responsibilities included:

- taking orders and serving the orders to customers from both the front counter and drive-thru, making sure cash register had proper amount, and respectfully interacting with customers to produce maximal understanding and satisfaction.

- cleaning and maintaining an orderly work station. Work station included front counter, drive-thru, and fries-station.

- refilling necessary components for front counter and drive-thru whenever there was a shortage and occasionally restocking the store’s overall inventory.

- fixing or replacing any unusable or deteriorated components in front counter and drive-thru.

Jun 2008 - Dec 2008


New York City College of Technology, 300 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201, BArch, Architectural Technology

Relevant Coursework: (Major GPA: 3.75)

• Architectural Drawing I & II
• Design Foundations I & II
• Visual Studies I & II
• Architectural CADD
• Applied Environmental Studies

• History of Architectural Technology
• History of 20th Century Architecture
• History of NYC Architecture

• Principle Stability of Structures
• Methods of Construction
• Materials in Architecture
• Architectural Environmental Systems

Sep 2008 - current

High School for Math, Science, and Engineering @ CCNY, 240 Convent Ave. NY, NY 10031, High School, High School Diploma

Sep 2005 - Jun 2008


Certification of Achievement for Principles of Engineering, Honorable Mention

This certificate was awarded to High School for Math, Science, and Engineering students who demonstrated exceptional skills for Principles of Engineering in understanding and academic excellence.


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