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Curriculum Vitae JERICK TARRANCO AGUILAR

Permanent Address: 2616 Granada Drive Loveland, Colorado 80538, U.S.A. Email: jerick.aguilar@gmail.com Marital Status: Single Mobile No.: +1(970)310-5914 Landline Nos.: +1(970)613-1597 +1(619)752-7991 (magicJack)

TESOL QUALIFICATIONS

Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA), BridgeTEFL, Denver, CO, U.S.A., November 7December 6, 2011 Professional Certificate in English Teaching, America-Mideast Educational and Training Services (AMIDEAST), Inc., West Bank/Gaza, JanuaryJune 2010 Certifications from Various Workshops in Aviation English, English for Tourism, and Other ESP Fields, AMIDEAST, January 2007September 2011 California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST), California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, 1999 PhD Candidacy in Social Policy (Dissertation on Labor Migration and Poverty Alleviation) Department of Social and Policy Sciences, University of Bath (UoB), United Kingdom, October 20012006 Masters in Pacific International Affairs (GPA 3.4/4.0) Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies (IR/PS), University of California-San Diego (UCSD), U.S.A., Sept. 1997June 1999 Bridge-Linguatec, Denver, CO, U.S.A., November 2011Present AMIDEAST Tunisia (Tunis and everywhere), June 2005Sept. 2007/Oct. 2008Jan. 2009/ MaySept. 2011 AMIDEAST West Bank/Gaza (Ramallah, East Jerusalem, and Hebron), July 2009Feb. 2011 AMIDEAST Egypt (Alexandria), MarchJune 2009 United for Domestic Workers (UNIDOM) Yemen, JanuarySeptember 2008 AMIDEAST Yemen (Aden, Mukalla, and Sanaa), October 2007September 2008 Series 6, National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., 1999 Series 63, North American Securities Administrators Association, 1999 Department of Social and Policy Sciences, University of Bath, United Kingdom, 1st Semester 20012nd Semester 2004 Department of Urban Studies and Planning, UCSD, U.S.A., Spring 1998Spring 1999 Department of Sociology, UCSD, U.S.A., Fall 1997 Columnist, philstar.com, MarchNovember 2009. View a sample article, Wealth, happiness and decency at http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=524534 (To access the archives, go to http://www.philstar.com/ArticleListByAuthorName.aspx?AuthorName=Jerick+Aguilar and type in user name outside.looking.in and password JerickAguilar) Consultant, (Various Multinational Companies, Govt Agencies, and NGOs), January 1995Present Postgraduate Intern, Programme des Nations Unies pour le Dveloppement (PNUD), Tunis, Tunisia, JanuaryMarch 2005 Market Research Analyst, Nicholas-Applegate Capital Management, San Diego, California, July 1999September 2001 Program Officer, Yuchengco Center for East Asia, Manila, Phil., June 1996May 1997 Management Trainee (Personnel Department), Unilever, Inc., Jan. 1995May 1996

UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

EFL/ESL/ESP TEACHING EXPERIENCE (Adults and Young Learners)

BUSINESS ENGLISH RELATED COURSES ACADEMIC TEACHING EXPERIENCE

NON-ACADEMIC WORK EXPERIENCE

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RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Centre dtudes maghrbines Tunis (CEMAT) and University of Bath, Poverty and Social Policy in Developing Countries, Oct. 2004May 2005 University of Bath and Economic & Social Research Council, Well-Being in Developing Countries, 1st Semester 20022nd Semester 2005 School of Management, University of Bath and Gerber Foods Soft Drinks Ltd., A Demographic Study of Sunpride Users, Summer 2003 Journal of European Social Policy, (Various Issues), 1st Semester 20012nd Semester 2001 World Trade Center, San Diego, Market Demand and Supply Analysis of the Packaging Industry in Developing Countries, Spring 1999 Independent Research Study, Poverty Alleviation and Local Government Administration, Summer 1998 The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and IR/PS, UCSD, The Nationality of Production in the Hard Disk Drive Industry, Winter 1998 San Diego Dialogue and Strategic Community Consulting, Deepening Cross-Border Regional Ties to Asia, Winter 1998 U.S. Agency for Intl Development and Intl Resources Group, Ltd., Environmental and Natural Resources Accounting Project, November 1994March 1995 Hadhramout University of Science and Technology (Yemen), Practice Makes Perfect: Studying as a Habit, 9 April 2008 University of Arizona (U.S.A.), The Replicability of Tunisias 26-26, 24 March 2006 Cornell University (U.S.A), Translating Statistics and Producing Social Policy, 16 April 2005 University of Bristol (U.K.), Exclusion and Inclusion: Escaping Poverty or the Bourgeoisie? , 28 November 2003 University of Bath (U.K.), Migration, Remittances, Monetary Poverty, and Capability Poverty: A 2x2 Analysis, 20 November 2003 Yemen Post, Tunisia News, Al-Ahram Weekly (Egypt) and The Jerusalem Post, (Contributor) Philstar.com, Readers Corner (Regular Contributor). View a partial list of articles at http://www.philstar.com/subcategory.aspx?publicationSubCategoryId=138 Heroes Magazine, (Regular Contributor). Also available on-line. View at http://heroesmag. com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=131&Itemid=36 Anvil Publishing, Inc., Young Blood 3 (Contributor), 11 December 2006 Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, The Road to Industrialization (Editor), June 19961997 Most Requested English Teacher, AMIDEAST, August 2005September 2011 (Various Speaking Awards), UoB and IR/PS, UCSD, Aug. 1997June 1999/ January 2001October 2006 University Research Studentship, University of Bath, October 20012004 Overseas Research Student Award, Universities UK and UoB, October 20012004 Outstanding Postgraduate Instructor, IR/PS, UCSD, February 1997June 1999 Captain David Connor Fellowship, IR/PS, UCSD, Fall 1997Spring 1999 ASEAN-Pacific Summer Fellowship, IR/PS, UCSD, Summer 1998 ASEAN Postgraduate Scholarship, The Natl University of Singapore, JuneAug. 1997 Best Debater and Best Debate Team (Asian Division), Austral-Asian Inter-Varsity Debating Championships, Australian National University, July 1996 Rotary Youth Leadership Award, Rotary International, January 1995 Business Weeker and Best Team (Team Leader), Unilever, Inc., October 1994 Pi Gamma Mu International Social Science Honor Society The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi Junior Economics Society Multi-lingual. Native fluency in English. Non-native fluency in French. Basic proficiency in Spanish, Mandarin, and Russian. Conversational fluency in Arabic and Hebrew. Extensive travel to 107 countries and 500+ cities by the age of 36. Idealist. Benthamite. Hopeful. Analytical. People-Person. Passionate. Natural. Available upon request.

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PUBLISHED AND WRITTEN WORKS

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