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About Me

Niko and IName: Chelsea Hilbig

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Email: Chelsea.hilbig@colorado.edu

I was born in Colorado, raised in Arizona, and moved back to Colorado when I was 8 years old. I went to Smoky Hill High School in Aurora, CO. There I did the International Baccalaureate program, was president of the Japanese club for a year, and co-president of the Art Club for two years. I did many other clubs like Greenhouse Club, Pottery Club, and United Friends Club, Link Leader. After high school, during the summer, I worked and was trained at Vector Marketing as a sales associate for CutCo knives and cutlery.

Now I attend the University of Colorado at Boulder and major in Integrative Physiology and Japanese Language and Civilization. In the near future I plan to do something related to health with the Integrative Physiology degree. Next year I will gain experience in the health field with either an internship or an independent study.

Personal Statement:

My ultimate goal as a member of society is to have a job where I am helping to improve our well beings, either by directly helping people/animals or educating people and building our compassion for the world.

Education:

Smoky Hill High School 2007-2011 – International Baccalaureate Program

University of Colorado at Boulder 2011-2015 –Integrative Physiology and Japanese

Work Experience:

Vector Marketing—CutCo Knife and Cutlery Sales Associate (There I did a week of long training on how to sell their products. Then I had to fill up my own schedule, set up appointments with clients by calling them, and then driving to their houses to give them a presentation on the CutCo products. We were paid on commission.)

Skills:

Microsoft word, drawing, painting, gymnastics, fluency in German, limited Japanese,

Awards:

Dean’s List Fall 2012

Hobbies/Interests:

Running, animation, anime, manga, health, youtube videos, vegetarianism, veganism, Buddhism

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