Quyt to Thi Van

Major: BBA MIS
Graduation: May 2018


MIS Badge

Official Professional Achievement badge awarded by the Department of Management Information Systems

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Vice President, She’s the First* {Temple}

Fall 2015-present

She’s the First is a national organization that empowers girls in low income countries to be the first in their families to go to college. I am involved with this club because I am a huge advocate for advancement and equality in education.

  • joined club in Fall 2015 as fundraising chair, this year took on role of vice president.
  • responsibilities include: supporting president in organization, management, and growth of club and being a resource to the fundraising chair/ committee
  • last year raised: over $2,500

The She’s the First e-board at a fundraising event (top) and Empower the Girls Summer (bottom)


Photographer-Public Relations Committee Member, Association for Information Systems

Fall 2016-present

The Association for Information Systems is a student professional development organization. In AIS, members have the chance to gain both professional and technical knowledge by attending speaker series, professional development workshops, and technical workshops. My role as a photographer for AIS has allowed me to network with my fellow classmates, professors, and business professionals, while also providing content for AIS’s re-branding purposes.

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Vice President, Ambler Student Government Association

Fall 2014-Spring 2015

While I was still a landscape architecture student at Temple University Ambler, I served as the vice president of the Student Government there. As a new freshman, I was hesitant to take on a large responsibility, but I’m glad that I did. In this role, I was able to gain valuable experience leading, collaborating, and working with both faculty and students.

Responsibilities included:

  • coordinating American Red Cross Blood Drive
  • organizing fundraisers for March of Dimes and for Mattie Dixon Food Cupboard
  • assisting president in leading weekly meetings with faculty and student leaders

Delivering turkeys to the Mattie Dixon Food Cupboard in Ambler, PA

Community Service

Temple University Service Immersion Trip to El Cidral, Dominican Republic

Spring 2016

Last spring I participated in a service immersion program through Temple University. We spent one week in El Cidral, Dominican Republic, learning about the culture and helping to build a computer lab at a local elementary school. This was one of the most eye opening experiences of my life. By physically going to another country and learning about people’s experiences there, I have expanded my perspective on poverty, education, and community development. I hope to volunteer abroad again this year, with an organization called Global Brigades.


children fascinated with my hair


Volunteer at Salvation Army


I have helped several times at Salvation Army through my involvement with the Leaf Project. While at Salvation Army, we prepared and cooked a meal for the weeknight dinner. We then distributed food to the people within the center.

Volunteer at Carlisle Cares

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I have also helped at Carlisle Cares several times, leading cooking workshops to people in the program/ at the shelter.

Professional Achievements

    • Class project Fall 2017

    • Fox IT Career FairFall 2016, Fall 2017

    • Other Career FairFall 2017

    • IBIT/CDI Challenge or ConferenceFall 2016

    • AIS committee memberFall 2016, Spring 2017

    • Fox IT AwardsSpring 2016, Spring 2017, Spring 2018

    • Active TDAP memberFall 2016, Spring 2017

    • AIS professional development workshopFall 2016, Spring 2017

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