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Location: Bothell, Washington, USA
School: University of Washington Seattle Campus
Major: Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology


Ashish Labroo
20218 19th Dr. SE Apt. #C
Bothell, WA 98012
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PROFESSIONAL GOAL SUMMARY: Driven individual with proven ability to excel as a student, employee, and volunteer. Recognized by employers, professors, and coworkers as a mature, hardworking individual skilled at efficiently and independently handling multiple tasks. Recognized as a leader, capable of working as a team to accomplish desired goals and outcomes. Highly motivated to enter the medical field and interact with professionals who are involved in delivering excellent patient care. Determined to gain exceptional experience through the remainder of undergraduate career as steps are taken to apply to medical school in the future; with a goal to become a well-rounded physician, eager to impact the community one patient at a time.

• Ability to maintain high levels of confidentiality; fully compliant with federal HIPAA laws
• Quick learner; transitioned from a high school educational setting to a college education setting as a Junior in high school
• Strong ability to multi-task
• Excellent writing and communication skills
• Knowledge and proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
• Language comprehension: English, along with conversational Hindi and Spanish


University of Washington Seattle, WA Graduation Date: 06/2019
• DEGREE AND MAJOR: Bachelors of Science in Biology (Cellular, Molecular, Developmental)
o Overall GPA: 3.45
 Intramural Soccer
 UW Futsal
Cascadia Community College Bothell, WA Graduation Date: 06/2016
• DEGREE: Associates in Science
o Overall GPA: 3.70
 Faculty Honor’s Graduate
o Clubs/organizations:
 Intramural Soccer
 Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

Henry M. Jackson High School Mill Creek, WA Graduation Date: 06/2016
o Overall GPA: 3.83
 Principal’s Honor Roll every semester
o Advanced Placement:
 AP World History
 AP Physics 1

o Running Start:
 Junior and Senior Year of High School
o Clubs: National Honor Society
 10/2015-06/2016
 Accumulated 30 hours of community service as well as 6 leadership points while maintaining a high GPA.
• Leadership points are granted when taking the leadership position on a project, event or collaborating with other leaders at NHS
• Examples: Volunteering at food banks, park cleanups, food drives, tutoring students, etc.
o Clubs: Model U.N.
 10/2013-01/2014
 I learned about how United Nations meetings function and how to debate about current matters in a professional manner.
 This club taught me organizational skills as note taker on the various topics, as well as how to strategically work as a team and communicate to successfully debate
o Athletics: Northwest Nationals, F.C. Alliance, and Washington Rush soccer team member.
 Soccer is one of my passions and hobbies. I have been a part of three distinct club teams. Joining different teams during different parts of my life, I learned how to adapt to various environments, techniques, communication styles, teammates, and coaches. Through these experiences, I learned the importance of flexibility and communication.


Kumon Math and Reading Learning Center Tutor 06/2013-09/2016
• Working at Kumon Learning Center, I acquired strong leadership qualities. I was not only responsible for our students’ growth and achievement in Math and Reading, but I was also responsible for helping other new employees when they needed assistance with grading students’ work.
• Responsible for assessing students’ growth, achievement, and needs to tailor their Kumon sessions through educational worksheets
• Graded assignments and helped students to go through them with feedback to make sure they had a strong understanding on the topics they covered
• Communication with parents in regards to their child’s progress
• Data Entry for students’ grades and collaboration with fellow tutors on students’ updates and progress

Instructional Center for Minority Affairs Tutor 04/2018-06/2019
• Being able to recall what I’ve learned from previous Chemistry courses to help fellow UW students with learning vital concepts in General and Organic Chemistry
• I am responsible for being knowledgeable about the material I am explaining, and being able to know when a question is beyond what I am comfortable explaining and will go over the material with an instructor to reaffirm the concepts
• Working well with fellow tutors and being able to collaboratively help explain various concepts from different perspectives
• Contributing to keep the environment of the Instructional Center safe and a positive learning environment


Boy Scouts Member 09/2005-06/2016
• Obtained valuable leadership skills and survival skills
o Leaderships positions
o Merit badges such as wilderness survival, cooking, hiking, etc.
o Managing tasks and volunteers at Eagle Project
• Acquired organizational skills
o Learned to manage time in order to complete all requirements of merit badges and rank advancements
o Efficient planning and communication to complete tasks and requirements
o Organizational skills to manage merit badge paperwork and blue cards that were being completed to track progress
• Held various leadership roles:
o Patrol leader- Takes leadership and management of 5-10 members for Patrol nights, troop meetings, and troop activities (hikes, campouts, snowshoeing, etc.)
o Assistant Senior Patrol Leader- Works side-by-side with the Senior Patrol Leader to take charge of planning troop meetings and activities, takes initiative for creative ways to make Boy Scout activities and projects more interactive for all troop members, and works with Scoutmaster to ensure meetings are efficiently carried out.
• Eagle Project- Cedar Wood Elementary Courtyard cleanup
o Removed invasive, dangerous plants, trimmed the overgrowth of plants, planted native, and low-maintenance plants to beautify the courtyard (an important location part of Cedar Wood)
o Learned how to manage volunteers, equipment, and time for completing this project
o Learned how to utilize team members’ strengths to make sure the project was completed in a timely manner
• Volunteer Events examples:
o Book Drives
o Setup tents and served food for Susan G. Komen 3-Day Cancer Walk
o Nature cleanups
o School enrichment activities
 Paintings for anti-bullying programs
 School cleanups
Camp Counselor at Providence Medical Center’s Camp Prov- Everett, WA. 08/2015
• Camp counselor for children age 2-10 years with special needs and their siblings
• Provided campers the buddy experience to assist and participate with them through their scheduled day camp activities
• Responsible for the physical well-being and safety of the campers through varies activities during camp sessions
Floor Volunteer at Providence Everett Medical Center 05/2015-06/2016
• Laboratory Volunteer: assisted lab personnel with sample transportation
o Transported samples from pneumatic tube stations to the lab techs who input arrived samples. I would then transport the samples to the specific location of the lab that they needed to reach and to be analyzed
o I would send empty pneumatic tubes to sections of the hospital that needed them
• Information Desk Volunteer:
o Greeted patients and visitors as they enter
o Used data base to help family members who were allowed to visit how to locate specific sections of the hospital
o Used data base to locate missing wheelchairs
o Disinfected and stocked wheelchairs at all primary entrances
o Delivered flowers and cards to patients
o Assisted patients who needed help with their wheelchair transport
o Referred people to correct locations of the hospital (doctor’s appointment, lab test, financial assistance, etc.)
References available upon request

Dependable, Self-motivated, team-player, determined,