General

Full Name

Ngor Luong

Last name

Luong

Current City

Los Angeles

general

["Ngor","Luong","u6881u4f73u7433","Student at Middlebury College","Los Angeles, CA","Education","Cambodia"]

Edu_Program

["Middlebury Language Schools"]

Edu_School

["Downtown Magnets High School"]

Edu_University

["Middlebury College"]

Exp

["Beijing","Hangzhou, Zhejiang","Malden, MA","Los Angeles, CA"]

Exp_Work

["Junior States of America","Founder and Chapter President","Junior Statesmen of America is a student run organization that has members all over the nation. JSA allows for an exchange of ideas through stimulating student debates, thought talks, problem-solving and a variety of simulations. The students in this organization work together to encourage their peers to be more active in civic works through activism and campaigns. I founded a chapter at Downtown Magnets High School","Education","Middlebury College Language in Motion","Volunteer","The program's mission is to promote intercultural understanding in local schools. With my experience in China and my current course in Chinese, I led and taught a class of 6 elementary school students Chinese language and culture. I brought in interactive activity and interesting powerpoint presenting to engage the young students and cultivate their curiosity. ","Education","Trade, Diplomacy and Development in China","Researcher","After spending 2 months doing background research and writing literature review on vocational education in China and getting trained with the META Lab at Middlebury, I spent 5 more weeks refining the research question and instruments and interviewing local officials, school administrators, teachers and students in Hangzhou, China. After coming back to the U.S. I analyzed the data and wrote a report. ","Education","Letters for Black Lives","Volunteer and Translator","Letters for Black Lives is a set of crowdsourced, multilingual, and culturally-aware resources aimed at creating a space for open and honest conversations about racial justice, police violence, and anti-Blackness in our families and communities. nnCollaborating with two other volunteers online, I drafted and translated the letter into Khmer (an official language in Cambodia). For more information, visit https://lettersforblacklives.com/","Other/Not Classified","The Los Angeles Times","Student Intern","I shadow journalists to board meetings, interviews for field work. I'm also instructed by the homepage design team, calendar design team and video editing team. ","Media and Journalism"]

First Name

Ngor