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Member Spotlight: Treaux Jackson

Posted By IRC, Monday, May 8, 2017

Treaux is new to the IRC and became a member because of his interest and recent studies in Asian languages and cultures. Treaux is a current junior at Blue Valley West High School, leads the BV Chinese Club, and promotes Asian languages through his nonprofit, Fortune Cookie Kid. Treaux is a dedicated scholar who ,in addition to an already accelerated class schedule, finds the time to learn Mandarin and Japanese. Over the summer, Treaux studied in Beijing, China, with Education First and then returned to the U.S. to study intensive Chinese at Stanford High School Summer College in California. He was recently awarded the 2017 Reischauer Scholarship by SPICE (Stanford's Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education) and this spring will attend the virtual online program to learn more about Japan and its political relations with the United States. After graduation in 2018, Treaux plans to study Engineering and East Asian Languages.

Treaux was nominated for the Member Spotlight by Suzanne Jackson. To nominate another IRC member or to share your own story as it relates to international relations, please click here ».

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