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<aside> 👾 I was invited for an online interview by Diyorbek Ibragimov, a passionate then-high school student and co-founder of StudyBuddy, a student project in Uzbekistan that brought students together to exchange knowledge and share resources on applying to colleges abroad. I met Diyorbek through Valera Arakelyan (Yale-NUS ‘22), and was glad to be able to talk about my college and professional journey so far with a StudyBuddy cohort. Being my first-ever solo interview, this was also a fulfilling learning experience!
Psychology & Game Design with Angad Srivastava | Interview Series
<aside> 🏠 I was invited by Annette Wu (she/her, ’17) on behalf of the Office of Intercultural Engagement to facilitate a short workshop and Q&A session to help soon-graduating seniors get into the headspace for househunting. For better or worse, I’ve accumulated an above-average knowledge of renting in Singapore given my own efforts in searching, combined with an interest in this crucial component of ‘adulting,’ so I was glad to be able to give back to the YNC community and support this off-boarding initiative.
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[Singapore] Housing 101
<aside> 💻 I was invited to speak at a panel for fellow Yale-NUS Alumni who had done majors not conventionally associated with tech or engineering, but who have been working in that space after graduating. It was a really nice moment to come back to speak at my alma mater, and to get to be on stage with accomplished friends, talking to current students seeking jobs.
The conference had over 100 participants split between in-person and online attendance, and about 17 speakers sharing about tech in medicine, fashion, and more.