Introduction

Personal Information

Name: Daniela

Date of Birth: 11/11/1992

Gender: female

City: Curitiba

Region: Paraná

Country: Brazil

Education Level: Secondary (completed)

Profession: Customer Service

Citizenship: Brazilian

Native Language: Portuguese

Default Site Language: Português (Brasil)

Timezone: Brasilia (GMT-03:00)

30-Second Summary

My name is Dani and I'm a 19 years old girl. I love music, books and nature. I'm vegetarian, I've a dog (Pepa), I'm LDS, I'm Flamenguista and I'm polyglot - or I try to be haha I'm carioca (from RIO RJ, Rio de Janeiro) but I'm living in Curitiba (PR) since 2010.
I speak Portuguese, English, Spanish and a little Italian (I'm just starting it). I wanna learn French and German too, and I know I will. I love meeting people and different cultures. I love teach what I know too and share experiences.
I dream of traveling around the World, to meet many places and prove a lot of things and perhaps discover or invent something, too :D
But my biggest dream is to become a happy person, no matter where. Cause I want it, I need to chase while I can.
I think it's all, folks!!! *-*



Extras

My Hobbies

  • Photography:
  • Video:
  • Theater:
  • Dance:
  • Music:
  • Vocal:
  • Journalism:
  • Athletics:

additional comments: I like to write and read. And having fun, hanging out with friends!

list of honors and awards: Well, sports, just sports (at school).
Soccer, Volley, Basketball and Handball.

ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino

heritage: Netherlands

My Plan

The Basics

My previous experience abroad: I have no experience abroad

Level(s) of study I'm interested in:

  • Associate's - 15/03/2012
  • Language Programs - I don't know yet

Countries/regions where I would like to study:

  • United States
    • Utah
    • Nevada
    • Texas
    • California
    • Florida
    • Alaska
    • Hawaii

My Goals

Well, I hope I can find a good instituition and give my best, as I always try to do.
I wanna learn a lot and teach and learn teaching (: I really want to work a lot and study and travel and have fun.
In 30 years i see myself with a big family and with a great career. =]

My School Preferences

Other School Options:

  • Religiously affiliated

Getting In

selectivity: Not Selective (admits over 2/3 of applicants)

open admissions policy: Yes

graduation rate: Yes

athletics:

  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Dancing
  • Diving
  • Equestrian
  • Gymnastics
  • Indoor track
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Table tennis
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball

glbt-friendly: Yes

Areas of Interest

Associate (2-year) Degree

Language Programs

Language Courses:

  • Adult Vacation
  • Language plus Sports
  • Language plus Hospitality
  • Languange plus Tourism
  • General Language
  • Language for Academic Purposes

Languages:

  • Dutch
  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Polish
  • Portuguese - Brazil
  • Russian
  • Spanish

My Education

Secondary

name of school attended: COLÉGIO PEDRO II

did you graduate?

area of study: none

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My GPA on my educational system: GPA stands for Grade Point Average, which is a measure of a student's academic achievement at a college or university; calculated by dividing the total number of grade points received by the total number attempted. It reflects the weighted mathematical average of the quality of your work, as indicated by your grades.

Why a GPA?

Knowing your GPA is the simplest way to learn how you compare to others when you apply to study in other countries. Colleges and universities want to evaluate your grades based on their own GPA scale.

My educational system GPA country: GPA stands for Grade Point Average, which is a measure of a student's academic achievement at a college or university; calculated by dividing the total number of grade points received by the total number attempted. It reflects the weighted mathematical average of the quality of your work, as indicated by your grades.

Why a GPA?

Knowing your GPA is the simplest way to learn how you compare to others when you apply to study in other countries. Colleges and universities want to evaluate your grades based on their own GPA scale.

Certificate / Diploma courses

name of institution attended: Wizard

did you graduate? Yes

year of graduation: 2011

area of study:

  • Spanish

My GPA on my educational system: GPA stands for Grade Point Average, which is a measure of a student's academic achievement at a college or university; calculated by dividing the total number of grade points received by the total number attempted. It reflects the weighted mathematical average of the quality of your work, as indicated by your grades.

Why a GPA?

Knowing your GPA is the simplest way to learn how you compare to others when you apply to study in other countries. Colleges and universities want to evaluate your grades based on their own GPA scale.

My educational system GPA country: GPA stands for Grade Point Average, which is a measure of a student's academic achievement at a college or university; calculated by dividing the total number of grade points received by the total number attempted. It reflects the weighted mathematical average of the quality of your work, as indicated by your grades.

Why a GPA?

Knowing your GPA is the simplest way to learn how you compare to others when you apply to study in other countries. Colleges and universities want to evaluate your grades based on their own GPA scale.

My Languages

Languages I speak:

  • Spanish - Advanced
  • English - Intermediate
  • Italian - Beginner
  • Portuguese - Advanced

My Work Experience

My Albums

    That's so Dani (8 pictures)