Amy Ni

As you will soon find out, Amy CAN! In her own words, she is a communicator, an artist, and a great networker. This ultimately means she is empowered by knowing who she is, she can perform because she knows what she can do, and she has achieved a significant level of wellness as she transitions out of high school because she knows her value and can prove it. These are just a few of the reasons why Amy is an exemplary Learn to Start student.

Amy identified a problem worth solving immediately and is currently in the patent process. She represents the young, up-and-coming entrepreneurs who are more socially minded and want to create a world that is both sustainable and enjoyable. She understands the power of mentorship and networking and spent her time in the program entering into relationships that guided her and advanced her work. She is someone who understands the value of the Learn to Start model as a guide for her life, not just her entrepreneurial journey, and for this she will be able to communicate her story, build meaningful relationships, experience failure as a positive means to learn, and seek out the necessary mentorship to get her to her next stage.

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Empowerment

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In this program, I developed the skills that other classes want us to have (critical thinking skills, researching skills, public speaking skills) in a more motivated way. I truly believe that Amy CAN!

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Performance

6S stands for a “Sustainable, Superior, Sanitary, Stainless Steel Straw.” It is a reusable straw that can slide open as two separate parts which enables users to clean the inside of the straw more easily and thoroughly.

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Wellness

My name is Amy Ni and I am a person who has ideas every second. Being curious about everything in my life, I keep asking questions and I can always find problems that need to be solved or innovated. As an international student, the reason why I chose to study abroad is that I want to know about the differences in education systems, yet I found a consistent issue within the education process: Every system expects uniform perfection.