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Management, Recruiting, Teaching

San Jose, California, United States
January 20, 2018

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Bebe (Nannapas) Pankaew

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San Jose, CA 95122


San Jose State University, San Jose, CA

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology Overall GPA: 3.494 (August 2013 – May 2017) Minor, Communication Studies

Curriculum highlights: Public Speaking, Critical Decision Making, Ethnographic Performance, Theories and Methods in Counseling, Abnormal Psychology, Child psychology, Psychology of Adolescent and Emerging Adulthood, Psychology of Women

Project Coordinated/Participated:

• Communication Studies iResearch Scholar Slam- 1st Runner up Participant

• SJSU Campus Dialogue on campus climate- Topic Lead Coordinator

• Global Dialogue via SJSU- Topic Lead Coordinator

• Ensemble performance of Communication studies present Datelandia- Researcher, Performer

• Question-Persuade-Response (QPR) Suicidal prevention program- Participant

• Psychology Spring Convocation 2016- Financial Committee, Volunteer Coordinator

• Spartan Psychological Association Research Conference (SPARC)- Financial Committee, Volunteer Coordinator


Thai Cultural Council of Fremont (TCCF) Fremont, CA Thai-American Youth Intern (July 2012)

• Helped lay out the future Thai Sunday School construction plan

• Conducted surveys within the community to improve the community

• Worked with the internship teams to plan out tutoring program for the Thai community

• Discussed and consulted with the vice president of education of TCCF to find and improve the educational programs offered in the Fremont Thai Community

Project Coordinated: Bangkok, Thailand

Event Coordinator, Organizing Committee (July 2015) Organized names of parents and students of TCCF who were attending the Thailand field trip collaborated by the Thai Embassy and TCCF Cultural exchange program and arranged costs for each family; and attended the trip as an organizing committee. EXPERIENCE

Autism Treatment Solutions LLC San Jose, CA

Applied Behavioral Analyst (December 2015-Present)

• Provide in-home service for Autistic children ages 3-14

• Observe interactions between client and caregiver to use goals that fit each interaction

• Implement goals provided by supervisor and BCBA bases on client's daily routine

• Communicate with the team consists of clinical mid-level supervisor, clinical director and (sometimes) co- paraprofessional to create effective programs for clients

• Organize schedule that fits client's convenience VOLUNTEERING EXPERIENCES

Psi Chi, the International Honor society in Psychology San Jose, CA Treasurer (April 2016-May 2017)

• Planned budget spending, food and refreshment for guests/attendees for each event/project hosted by Psi Chi SJSU

• Requested funding for use in each event/project (free t-shirts, gears and other promotional items for the event)

• Booked Revenue for event host/co-host by Psi Chi SJSU

• Restocked Psychology Student Lounge Store items

• Achieved/collected receipts for reimbursement

• Reimbursed money from Associated Student account for event related spending Highlight events:

SJSU Psychology Spring Convocation 2016, Spartan Psychological Association Research Conference (SPARC), Psychology-related scholarship workshops, Psychology Graduate school boot camp, Psychology Career Panel

Stanford University Stanford, CA

Research Assistant (January 2017-May 2017)

• Find contact information to reach out to possible participants via college campuses across the United States

• Label responsibilities of each possible participants for researchers accessibilities

• Compose a letter prototype to be distribute among participants AIESEC San Jose San Jose, CA

Outgoing Exchange Account Manager (October 2015-January 2016)

• Connected with marketing team to create flyers and incentives for the recruitment

• Traveled to companies (such as LinkedIn, Facebook, etc.) to observe internship opportunities in person.

• Advertised recruitment program on campus

• Conducted one-on-one interviews with potential volunteers

• Guided volunteers through process of applying for opportunities abroad

• Attended weekly meetings with the team

Talent Manager (January 2016-June 2016)

• Reached out and stay connected with AIESEC SJSU alumni

• Shared past experiences of AIESEC with new members

• Allocated responsibilities for members according to plan for recruitment

• Conducted one-on-one interview with new members

• Recruited new members

• Attended weekly meetings on group progress report

• Planned budget spending for food, refreshments and revenue for Gala

• Composed letters for food donations for Gala event

• Collected polls for nominations of recognitions

Wat Buddhanusorn Thai Sunday School Fremont, CA

Thai language teacher (2007- July 2012)

• Teach kids Thai language classes, Thai music classes Kids ages 5- 15.

• Tutor Reading, Writing, and Math to any kids from grade K-6 (Sunday give-back program) CERTIFICATIONS/TRAININGS

• Board Certified Autism Technician (BCAT)

• HIPPA training

• Abused and Neglected Mandatory Report Training

• Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)

• Crisis Prevention Institute training (CPI)


• Fluently speak, read, write, and understand English and Thai

• Intermediate Level of speak, read, and understand Laotian and Spanish TECHNICAL SKILLS

• Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and Adobe

• Able to use all the internet programs (internet explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox)

• Able to use social media websites for invitation purposes, and commercial purposes.

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