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Majors: Public Health, Visual Arts
PERSONAL UNIVERSITY APPLICATION EXPERIENCE
Schools Accepted Into:
UC-Los Angeles, UC-Berkeley, UC-Irvine, University of Chicago, Brown University
AREAS OF EXPERTISE IN COLLEGE
At Brown, I double-majored in Public Health and Visual Arts. With no core curriculum, I was free to explore my interests. Over my four years at Brown, I studied everything from fairytales to foreign languages. I pursued a variety of both freelance and paid design work and ended up spending a lot of my summers working in companies concerned with education.
I currently am in Tokyo, Japan as a Teaching Fellow at a local kindergarten. I plan to enter graduate school in the near future.
UNIQUE HIGH SCHOOL EXPERIENCES
Once upon a time, long before the tumult and turmoil of junior year, people knew me on the internet. I drew, and for the first time, I was noticed. It constituted a period of intense growth in my life, a time of expansion. The world became more than the people who walked the same streets as me. It was populated instead by hundreds and thousands of like-minded people who bled art the same way I did; for once, it was not "why" but "how."
There are still pieces of me floating on the internet, but I won't tell you how to find them.
WHAT COLLEGES SEEK
Colleges look for unique, creative, and dynamic individuals; the stories you tell are just as important as your school ranking or SAT score. I strove to present myself as Kelly, the person, rather than Kelly, the application.
Brown China Care, Playgroup Coordinator
Project Sunshine, Direct Volunteer
Brown Advertising Club
Enactus (Tink Knit)
Chinese Student Association
HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
Science Olympiad, President
G.A.T.E (Going Academically to Extremes), Vice President
Key Club, Fundraising Director
CSF (California Scholarship Federation
COLLEGE ACCESS CONSULTING EXPERIENCE
I have worked as a mentor for 2 years during my college career, teaching critical thinking and effective writing skills to students hoping to apply to U.S. universities. I worked as a direct mentor for 20 students during the summer of 2015, and 6 students during the 2015-2016 academic school year. During the summer of 2017, I spent one month working in four different high schools throughout Japan, encouraging effective communication skills, instilling confidence, and helping to outline future goals.
Kelly knows a good story, and can help you tell yours.
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