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Michelle Kwon
No 40554
Name Michelle Kwon
Nationality USA
Starting Date 2018-09-01
Desired Location Big City, Not specified
Desired Housing Not specified
Birth Date 1993-08-12
Marital Status Single
Desired Teaching Level Not specified
Saturday Work Impossible
Desired Pay Per Month more than 2.2 milion won
Degree MA/MS
Education & Work Experience
 Do you have passport, original degree, sealed academic transcripts and criminal background record right now? If not, can you prepare these documents soon?

Yes, will be able to prepare within 4 weeks.

* Education & Work Experience *

WORK EXPERIENCE


C2 EDUCATION
Head Teacher October 2015 – Present

 Develop curriculum for ESL students to prepare for standardized testing and improve in grammar, reading, and writing
 Conduct interim and diagnostic conferences in Korean and English for college planning and GPA management

ABACUS ENRICHMENT
Teacher September 2017 – Present

 Prepare students for the SAT, ACT, SSAT, ISEE, and TOEFL exams
 Provide targeted assistance in enrichment and support for home school and independent study students

UCLA GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS AND FINANCIAL SERVICES
Extramural Fellowships Graduate Peer Mentor September 2017 – June 2018

 Provided one-on-one counseling and review applications for prospective and active applicants to sharpen grantsmanship
 Researched, analyzed, and formally articulated best practices in yielding extramural fellowships
 Directly assisted graduate students in developing and enhancing their fluency and familiarity with extramural fellowships


THE WHITE HOUSE: Office of Presidential Correspondence
Students Department Associate January 2015 – May 2015

 Processed an average of 1,000 messages weekly from young Americans by making quick and accurate judgment calls
 Collated compelling student letters for the White House Easter Egg Roll and for the President’s personal review
 Implemented a new system of organization by sorting mail into geographic regions to increase accessibility
 Provided casework assistance to constituents by directing them to appropriate government agencies and resources

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SANTA BARBARA: Department of Communication
Research Assistant to Professor Andrew Flanagin October 2014 – December 2014

 Tested stimulus material to determine the influence of the bystander effect on online environments
 Directed over 500 students on strict matters of confidentiality, lab safety, and their legal rights as participants

Research Assistant to Professor Rene Weber August 2014 – September 2014

 Assisted in the development of a narrative news analyzer online training tool for the UCSB Media Neuroscience Lab
 Contextualized flaws within the online training system including the content of text, visual materials, and functionality

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA TRUST UNITED KINGDOM (UC Trust UK)
Alumni Affairs Intern January 2014 – July 2014

 Organized and directed monthly receptions and networking events for over 200 students and alumni
 Benchmarked new alumni networking practices with Senior Directors of International Outreach at UCLA and UCSB
 Raised over $6,000 (£3,500) for the University of California Education Abroad Program student scholarship fund

KOREAN AMERICAN COALITION (K.A.C)
External Affairs Intern June 2013 – August 2013

 Managed a team of 6 college students to fundraise for the lawsuit on the redistricting of Koreatown
 Canvassed Koreatown with community outreach events to raise awareness on the new redistricting of the neighborhoods

THE HONORABLE STATE CONTROLLER JOHN CHIANG: Executive Office
Outreach Intern June 2013 – August 2013

 Drafted correspondences and proclamations on behalf of the State Controller
 Developed presentation material on unclaimed property used for statewide outreach and displayed on the main webpage