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Szymon Bielecki

Taiwan Community Director, Hult Prize Foundation



Aspiring social entrepreneur, entrepreneurship enthusiast, student.

Education:

  • 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

Skills:

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

Languages:

  • 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.

Achievements:

  • 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

Certification:

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

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