SkyDrive Ambassador, Microsoft, Philadelphia, PA [Spring 2013]
Carpus has worked to develop marketing and branding tactics for promoting SkyDrive at Penn. He executed and analyzed the effectiveness of social media marketing, product demos, and guerrilla marketing tactics.
Carpus has been offering one-on-one tutoring for high school students during his spare time, helping them out with subjects such as physics, economics, and math.
I have been playing guitar since the age of 12, learning from my friends and the internet. In my high school years, I formed a garage band, the Narwhals, with a few of my friends. Over the years, we played for a number of charity concerts to help raise money for various foundations and organizations. A few of my works are embedded in playlists below:
I have been playing violin since the age of 5. I received the Certificate of Merit Advanced Level with Honors in 2010 for exemplary violin playing skills and expertise in music theory. Over the years, I have participated in many recitals and performances, and have been a part various orchestras. Below are highlights of my orchestral career:
2009-2011 Arcadia High School Orchestra 3, Arcadia, CA
- Played for the high school’s award-winning symphony orchestra as a first violinist for two years
- Traveled to San Francisco, San Diego, and Orlando to compete in various festivals with the orchestra
- Performed at Disneyland, Disney World, and Universal Studios Florida
2007-2008 Pasadena Youth Symphony Orchestra, Pasadena, CA
- Played for the renowned orchestra as a second violinist
- Accompanied the orchestra to Austria for the International Youth & Music Festival in Vienna
- Performed in many different venues across Germany and Czech Republic
2007-2008 Arcadia High School Orchestra 1, Arcadia, CA
- Played for the Freshmen Orchestra as 2nd chair
- Performed at Disneyland
Carpus worked in a team of three to create a sponsorship package for Penn’s FSAE program. Experienced with graphic design, he oversaw the graphical aspects of the package.
Carpus worked with a group of Penn students in promoting green initiatives on and around campus. Penn Green Acorn consults with various local restaurants to help restaurant owners adopt greener practices.
Carpus worked with a management team at Penn to host a campus awareness week promoting the mission of the March of Dimes on Penn’s campus. This culminated in the first World Prematurity Festival at Penn with over 130 undergrad attendance. Over the course of two months, he helped gather a dozen sponsors totaling almost $1000 worth of food and merchandise, as well as raising almost $300 for the March of Dimes.