Module and Space Industrial Engineer Group Leader
Technology Manufacturing Group
"I'm very glad that I chose Intel to start my career. I can see myself changing everyday, learning new things, and facing new challenges. Intel is a great place to be."
What cool project have I had the opportunity to work on at Intel?
I worked with the RCG (Recent College Graduate) hiring program sharing my own experiences with students. I'm very proud to share and encourage students.
Do I participate in any Intel networks or volunteer events?
I participated in the iWorld Volunteer activity; teaching and helping students in disaster areas devastated by the Sichuan earthquake.
Why do I think Intel is a great place to work?
There's always a lot of excitement, challenges, and fun. I work with very smart and nice people; we work hard and play hard. There are a lot of chances to learn and develop ourselves.
What do I do when I'm NOT at work?
I enjoy traveling, reading, watching movies, dancing, cooking and chatting with my friends. I really enjoy my spare time.
If I could live and work abroad for a year, where would I go?
Anywhere — everything is new to me and I'd have the opportunity to meet different people and learn different cultures.
What's the most adventurous thing I've ever done?
I went backpacking and mountaineering at Four Sisters Mountain where the altitude is almost five kilometers!
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