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About Me

Niko and IName: Chelsea Hilbig

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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.


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.)


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


Dean’s List Fall 2012


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

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