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Anya Emmons

Student

Empathetic listener. Bilingual translator. Perfectionist. Looking for creative opportunities.

Course and year

Russian
Second year

Availability

Freelance work
Full time work
Internship work

Looking to

I am looking for an internship, freelance work or job
I am planning to study further
I want a creative partner
I want a mentor
I want to learn some new skills
I'm looking to collaborate
I'm looking to network
I'm not sure what job I want

Top skills

Copy writing
Market research
Proofreading
Transcription
Translation (Russian-English)

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Student

Empathetic listener. Bilingual translator. Perfectionist. Looking for creative opportunities.

Course and year

Russian
Second year

Availability

Freelance work
Full time work
Internship work

Looking to

I am looking for an internship, freelance work or job
I am planning to study further
I want a creative partner
I want a mentor
I want to learn some new skills
I'm looking to collaborate
I'm looking to network
I'm not sure what job I want

Top skills

Copy writing
Market research
Proofreading
Transcription
Translation (Russian-English)

Although my degree says 'Modern Languages', my interests go further and wider than that - I love reading about innovation & technology, learning new skills (whether it's learning how to code, creating bridal hairstyles out of braids, or picking up Modern Hebrew), and doing most anything creative. Over the course of the last few years I have been a Photoshop nutter, songwriter, synchronised translator, ballroom dancer and opera chorus singer. Not in that order. I have held positions requiring leadership, such as President of Oxford University Russian Society, and of teamwork, having danced with the university's Dancesport Team for a year. 'Proper' work has included language tutoring, proofreading and copy writing, and 2 marketing research internships. I have also done a Foundation Diploma in Graphic Design in between bouts of academic rigour. Looking to shake things up a little after I graduate! Who needs banks and law firms anyway?

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