ESP Biography


Major: Undecided

College/Employer: Stanford

Year of Graduation: 2019

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Past Classes

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L4828: Product Pitch in Splash Spring 2016 (Apr. 09 - 10, 2016)
Have you ever tried to sell an item? What about finding a solution to help the city of San Francisco? If you want to learn more about this, come to Product Pitch? In this course, you will learn to identify problems, break them down, and then find solutions. You will be given groups to work with and a few challenges that you should hope to find a solution for during an allotted time.

L4590: Successful Interviewing for Colleges, Jobs, Internships, etc! in Splash Fall 2015 (Nov. 07 - 08, 2015)
I have interviewed for jobs, internships, and colleges more times than I can remember, and I have also interviewed teens for an open position. From these experiences, I've looked back on my interviewing skills and found many ways to make them stronger. If you have never had a job and want to become a better interviewee, come check this class out! If you have had a job and just want to become a stronger interviewee, you are highly encouraged to check this out! College interviews can be extremely nerve racking, and this course WILL cover them in an effort to prepare you. The types of interview preparation involve initial greeting, pre-interview work, appropriate attire, mathematical brain busters, and more!

L4641: Brain Teasers: What to do when your answer is "idk." in Splash Fall 2015 (Nov. 07 - 08, 2015)
Want to fill the critical thinking void that has been missing in your life lately? Think you can figure out the solutions to questions that routinely baffle Google interviewees? Think you can figure out how many people there are in a thirty story building? Come to Brain Teasers! We will be going over multiple brain teasers that may help you improve your critical thinking. Some of these questions have even been used during interviews for companies like IBM, Google, and more!