Students (currently near California State University, San Bernardino) will be a part of a network which could provide job and internship opportunities.
Small or local businesses could enlist the assistance of students looking for work or internships.
Serving as a bridge between businesses and eager students, The Revolve Project will connect local companies with individuals looking for experience.
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The Revolve Project is run by students and Alumni of CSUSB. We are an open team that will be established to promote the Revolve Touch technology on campus and in the community using unique and creative ways to connect students with deals in the community, events and otherwise. This group will facilitate communication between clients and The Revolve Touch NFC Codes tracking and social networking data.
I have had a background in team leadership and I have worked many corporate jobs where I just didn't seem to fit in. The businesses I worked for always wanted to box me in as I was trying to build myself. Corporations only want you to be content with slightly better than minimum wages, and poor conditions... I have a passion for San Bernardino, arts andusic, team building, leadership. I want to build here in San Bernardino a community of value and sharing and the truth is what we really need to do is come together as a community and build together.
As chief financial officer of Revolve, Duong ‘ND’ Nguyen is been accredited from international investment relations. Nguyen interned and worked at O.A. Cargo, Inc. (Westminster, CA), New England Financial (Woodland Hills, CA), and First Commercial Bank (Taipei, Taiwan) in various finance and accounting roles.Originally from Ha Long, Viet Nam. He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance with minor in economics from California State University, Northridge in 2010, and a master’s degree in business administration from California State University, San Bernardino in 2013.
As the COO of “The Revolve Project”, I have the vision, experience and network to make almost anything happen in order to make the project a success. The leadership that will be needed to help facilitate all of the different areas that we will be managing is something I’m sure I will be able to provide. The success of the project will depend on how well we work together in teams and how well we can solve problems. Having an open mind and knowing that anything is possible is the spirit of the business. I hope that this can also be mirrored in the community and with student involvement.
Executive Program Director
As Executive Program director, Erik has developed his career through serving unique community organizations. Erick received a B.A in Psychology from California State University, San Bernardino in 2011. With the help of Community leaders and His extensive work in community development. Erik has lived in countries such as Mexico, Europe and Australia and has gained international stature in community development.
Executive Marketing Director
Michael Diaz graduated from California State University, San Bernardino with a Bachelor’s Degree in Advertising Management in December of 2012. Despite his major focusing exclusively on advertising, Michael has the better part of a decade’s experience in graphic design, photo manipulation, video editing, audio editing, social media management and web design. He applies his skills to where it’s needed in his ever growing effort to make the world a little better than it was the day before.
David earned a B.S in Computer Engineering at Cal State University, San Bernardino.(CSUSB) He has worked on several projects while a student at CSUSB. He was part of a team that created automated tests for a circuit board vital to the safety of proton therapy. David continued to executed and recorded tests on cancer treatment software.In addition, he designed and built a Bluetooth controlled vehicle. I am currently a Junior Applications Engineer at Taiwan Semiconductors auto ID Technology America.
The Revolve Project is working tirelessly to bridge the gap between students and businesses.