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Szymon Bielecki

Taiwan Community Director, Hult Prize Foundation

Aspiring social entrepreneur, entrepreneurship enthusiast, student.


  • 2015-2019 Tamkang University, Dept. of International Business

Professional Experience:

  • 2017-Present Taiwan Community Director, Hult Prize Foundation
  • 2016-2017 TKU Campus Director, Hult Prize Foundation
  • 2016-2017 Research Assistant, Tamkang University
  • 2015-2016 Project mentor, Social Wolves
  • 2015-Present English Teacher, Jordan's Language Center


Leadership, Teamworking, Mentoring, Project Management, Digital Marketing, Branding, Marketing Strategy, Public Speaking, Presentation


  • Polish- native speaker
  • English- fluent
  • Mandarin Chinese- pre-intermediate

Personal Projects:

  • FORMA Enterprises (2017-18)- Social Enterprise: microfranchising business aiming to alleviate air pollution issues in urban Mongolia
  • WinTap (2015)- Social Enterprise: eco-friendly sewage management and water distribution system in urban Mongolia
  • Korkownia (2013- Social Project- Free after-school support for struggling students and second hand textbook library.


  • Speaker at Taiwan's top universities- social entrepreneurship, art of presentation
  • Hult Prize Shanghai Regional Finalist 2018
  • Radio Guest (Radio International Taiwan, International Community Radio Taiwan) 2018
  • TEDxMarszaĊ‚kowska Speaker 2015


  • Project Management Advanced Training 2015
  • Team Mentoring Principles 2015
  • TOEFL ibt 102 2015


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#PersonalDevelopment How to choose the right school for you?

Hello there!

In today's post, we will talk a little bit in choosing the right educational path for yourself.

My sweet little sister, Zuzia, is facing a choice of a high school for herself, now graduating from secondary school.

Back in Poland, the educational system changed recently, from 6-3-3 (6 years elementary education, 3 years "gimnazjum"- secondary school, and 3 years of profiled high school) to 8-4 (8 years general elementary education plus 4 years profiled high school). This means that 15 years olds are asked to make decisions that will direct them for the rest of the life. Zuzia was lucky enough to be one of the last students to follow the old system.

In my opinion, the most important exam a Polish person takes is the one at the end of secondary school, not the maturity exam at the end of high school. Why? High school is the time of your life when you figure out who the hell you are. That is when our personalities are starting to become strong, firm, and directe…