Carolyn Bickel

Carolyn Bickel

Sierra Madre, CA, US



My name is Carolyn Bickel and I am currently a fifth year architecture major at Cal Poly Pomona. I am interested in a full time entry level position within the field of architectural design. Over the last 5  years I have gain knowledge and the experience in  abstract thinking and problem solving, design, model building, site analysis, diagramming, programming, digital modeling, rendering and hand drafting. 

I encourage you to take a looked at some of my past work through my online work sample which can be found at  This represents a sampling of projects that I have worked on over the past 5 years of school, as well as  the time I spent abroad. Though I minimal experience in an architectural office, I am eager to continue learning and working in the field. I  and feel that I would be a great addition to any office. I have great work ethic, a strong foundation of skills and a thirst for knowledge and experience.  I am fully committed to put in the time and energy necessary to do the best job possible in any situation and that is given to be. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me without any hesitation.  I thank you so much for your time and consideration and a look forward to hearing from you and hopefully working for you in the future.

Best Regards

       Carolyn K. Bickel


William Hezmalhalch Architects, Santa Ana, CA, US, Design Intern

Jul 2013 - Dec 2013

Sierra Service Project, Sacramento, CA, US, Construction Coordinator

I was a Construction coordinator for the organizations at its Los Angeles site. I was as responsible for overseeing repair activities and supplying work teams with tools and materials. In addition, I was responsible for doing home intakes and planning work projects, ordering and tracking materials and writing an end of summer report. I was also responsible for managing the Construction budget and staying within it.

Jan 2011 - Aug 2011


California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, Pomona, CA, US, BArch, Architecture

Sep 2009 - current