I am a full-time student at Champlain College, and I work part-time, so I am always busy. I did the Emergenetics test, that was really informative, and very accurate for me, and I would like to share my results. So, I got; (Analytical = 31% | structural = 29% | Conceptual = 23% | Social = 18%).
I am from Haiti. I moved to Vermont-US after the earthquakes in 2010, I've been living in Vermont since then. I am trilingual :(Haitian, French, English). I like to travel when I can, and during my spare time I may go for a walk, browse online, watching TV or playing video games, spend time with family. It depends on where I am I would go out to enjoy the weather, I like going to the beach, etc. I have a huge family, but they're all live in Haiti, so I am the only one living in Vermont, but they visit when they can.
Champlain College's Build Your Own Business (BYOBiz) Program, Career Collaborative, and Office of Institutional Advancement present the 11th annual Elevator Pitch Competition on Tuesday, March 6 at 8 p.m. in Champlain College's Alumni Auditorium, 375 M...
- Coordinate and coach initial one-on-one scheduled and drop-in sessions (FY, SO, JR).
- Act as a liaison between students and their LEAD Curriculum.
- Act as liaison between division students and career Collaborative.
- Communicate and collaborate with division faculty in and outside of the classroom to understand potential student needs as related to career development and LEAD integration.
- Review and grade online assignments for students within assigned division.
- In Collaboration with career coaches, create and update online resources i.e, resume and cover letter samples, etc.
- Present career-relevant SMARTTALKs for undergraduate student body as well as work with professional staff to recruits major specific presenters and topic experts to deliver SMARTALKs.
- Collaborate with divisions coach to execute special projects, events research initiatives, etc.
- Rethink and brainstorming new initiatives and resources for the betterment of the career preparedness of the student body as a whole.
- Other duties as assigned.
August 2017 - Present
Interpreter at Independent
-Facilitate effective communication between two parties that do not speak a similar language by converting one spoken or written language to another
-Attend conferences and meetings and act as official translator to mediate discussion
-Translate foreign languages for clients in prison so they can understand prison officials
-Relay concepts and ideas between languages
-Convert written materials (books, publications, or web pages) from one language into another
-Create a new text in the target language that reproduces the content and style of the original
-Edit and proofread text to accurately reflect language
-Use dictionaries and glossaries for reference
-Employ computer-assisted translation
-Facilitate communication for people with limited English proficiency
-Translate languages at meetings such as attorney-client meetings, preliminary hearings, arraignments, depositions, and trials
-Interpret both legal terminology and colloquial language
-Read aloud documents in a language other than that in which they were written
-Provide language services to healthcare patients with limited English proficiency
-Translate patient materials and informational brochures issued by hospitals and medical facilities into another language
-Accompany foreign visitor and facilitate communication between receiving party and visitors
-Adapt a product or service for use in a different language and culture