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Columbia University Financial Economics Incoming Sophmore

Clarksville, MD, 21029
March 13, 2018

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Columbia University – Columbia College Expected May 2021 Bachelor of Arts: Financial Economics Major, Computer Science Concentration New York, NY

● Major GPA: 3.8/4.0, Cumulative GPA: 3.5/4.0

● Relevant Coursework: Intermediate Macroeconomics, Calculus III, Calculus-Based Intro to Statistics, Intro to Computer Science and Programming in Java

● Project: Constructed an economic model for the La er Curve and analyzed its relationship with the Frisch elasticity of labor supply Westwood High School August 2013 - May 2017

● Unweighted GPA: 3.98/4.00, Class Rank: Top 5%, SAT: 1540/1600 Austin, TX

● Honors: Recipient of IBM's 2017 Thomas J. Watson Memorial Scholarship, National AP Scholar WORK EXPERIENCE

Momentum Scholars Non-Pro t May 2015 - August 2017 Secretary Austin, TX

● Spearheaded fundraisers and free educational camps for low-income Austin neighborhoods to inspire students to seek higher education

● Coordinated weekly summer workshop classes for senior citizens at local recreation centers to promote technological literacy

● Publicized outreach events on social media and secured $10,000 in advertising every month through Google’s Ad Grant program to expand the organization’s scope of operation outside the local Austin area

● Reported as a liaison between the organization and its partners to develop education-driven campaigns at understa ed middle schools

● Documented group decisions and organizational goals during meetings to establish a written record of progress Jewish Community Center June 2017 - August 2017

Swim Instructor Austin, TX

● Engaged the youth on the importance of water safety and taught swimming fundamentals to prevent drownings

● Managed client relationships with ve families by scheduling private lessons weekly to advance swimming technique

● Supplemented handbook instructions with innovative and engrossing swimming drills to enable ve youths to overcome their fear of water and progress four American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim levels in under two months

● Endorsed summer league and year-round swim team programs to instill the value of active lifestyles in the youth LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

Columbia University Varsity Men’s Swimming September 2017 - Present Student-Athlete New York, NY

● Dedicate over 20 hours per week for practice, competition, and travel, while maintaining a full academic course load

● Collaborate with teammates to execute e ective and aggressive relay starts, consistently placing top 3 at dual meets

● Planned an event for the upperclassmen to celebrate the end of the season and acknowledge the team’s collective hard work Westwood High School Varsity Swimming September 2013 - March 2017 Student-Athlete, Senior Mentor Austin, TX

● Awarded the 2017 Westwood Swim Gregory Mott Scholarship for outstanding team leadership

● Led team to its 8th consecutive victory at the district meet through four individual/relay wins and named Most Valuable Player

● Implemented mentor sessions twice a week for struggling underclassmen during the competition season to ensure eligibility SKILLS AND INTERESTS

Skills: Spanish (intermediate), Java, R Studio, Powerpoint, Excel, Word Interests: eSports industry trends, paintball, skateboarding, science- ction reading

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