Experienced tennis coach, curious student, and aspiring physician. I consider myself a goal-driven individual who will organize, problem solve, and communicate to accomplish my ambitions. As a Molecular Cell Biology major, I find new Biological innovations fascinating and would love to have a first hand experience. Diligent and hardworking coach with proven record of success in tennis. Would love to translate the achievements in sports to success in a classroom and career in science.
As the assistant coach of Eagle Fustar, my responsibilities includes developing ambitious tennis players, interacting with parents about their kids progress, running a session by organizing the kids, and provide assistance to the head coach. I dedicated my time to juniors that have now become nationally ranked tennis players. Most importantly, these kids exemplify the model of Eagle Fustar by working hard and respecting others off the court.
My job at Chabot Tennis Academy included paperwork, organizing trips to tournaments, and coaching. One of the main jobs I hold at this company is the responsibility of payments from parents and paying the coaches on a weekly basis. In addition to that, I am in charge of booking flights and hotels for coaches to attend country-wide tournaments with their students. Lastly, I am in charge of the age group 12-15, where I follow their progress and train them daily.
As a volunteer at the hospital, I was assigned to the Emergency Department. Task such as assisting nurses, preparing cots with linen, and interacting with patients/families were essential for day to day operations. The experience in the hospital is really unlike any other because I was learned how to comfort families during difficult times and provide assistance to injured patience. These first-hand experiences are skills I now successfully implement in different aspects of life.
Communications Director, [Chabot College Student Senate],  to 2019
Being a member of the student senate of my college, I held the seat of communication director for a year. Responsibilities included hearing the problems of my student body, bringing it up to school officials, and hopefully finding solutions to them. Elected as an official of the student senate I was obligated to sit in committees such as Health and Safety and Planning and Resource Allocation.
As a student representative in the Health and Safety committee at Chabot college, I was able to voice an opinion to promote a healthy and safe physical environment for staff, students, and visitors to our facilities and grounds. Being the sole representative in the committee that advises the college president, I let the faculty representatives know what would benefit the student body. From this experience, I learned to speak up for what I believe is right despite contrary beliefs.
The committee leads the integrated planning and resource allocation processes to achieve planning goals, and monitors Chabot College's effectiveness. Being the student representative at the committee, my duty was to listen to the needs of my classmates and attend meeting, convincing administration to fund different projects benefiting students. Projects I was able to achieve included allocating resources for transfer programs, more counselors, and better equipment in the science labs.
I started playing tennis at the age of 10 and trained seriously for three hours a day for 8 years, hoping to one day play tennis collegiately. Coming out of high school I had numerous division 1 offers; however, due to complications I ended up at Chabot College. At Chabot, I have had the privilege to be a Student Athlete.
Each year, individuals from the Coast Conference will play a tournament to decide the best players in the conference. The tournament is a draw format, where one must win all the matches to be considered a champion. The road to the conference title was difficult, yet rewarding. It started off with 32 doubles team and my doubles partner and I won 5 matches to claim the title. We did not drop one set the whole tournament but had a hard-fought final match. There were times we were not playing our best but we regrouped to find our solid game. My doubles partner and I practiced nearly 18 hours a week for 6 months to perfect our chemistry, strokes, and fitness.
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