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Yuliya Sofronova

Freelance Artist & Russian Translator

Location:Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
2 Skills
Freelance experience:

Drawing portraits of people, Making Greeting Cards.

Teaching Russian, Giving private lessons, Tutoring, Translating Documents.

Teaching Dance, Partner Dancing, Salsa, Swing.

Work Experience:

2011 - present
Dance Instructor, Blues 101

Teaching Blues dancing. Partner Dancing, connection, moves, musicality.

Aug 24, 2009 - May 10, 2013
Student Technical Specialist, Writing & Language Center for Academic Program Support

Tutored all levels of university Russian. I taught individuals and groups proper
Russian morphology, syntax and semantics. I also designed and hosted conversation groups catered to students with a variety of Russian language proficiencies. Most of my lessons use digital mediums to create interactive, colorful and fun learning opportunities.

May 22, 2011- Aug 4th, 2013

Translated documents from Old Russian into English for clients. Documents
were handwritten in Old Russian from the early 1900’s. I first translated the documents into Russian, and then translated that into English.

Translated Russian Sci-Fi short stories into English for my head of department at the University of New Mexico.

March 15, 2014 – June 15, 2014
Teavana, Sales Associate

Responsibilities included having detailed knowledge of the product (tea, merchandise), being able to describe and present the product in many ways to give the costumer the best shopping experience and information about the product, tea preparation, sales, working the register, managing the store’s displays, stocking, cleaning.

Aug 25, 2013 – Nov 1, 2013
Seasonal Magic, Spirit Halloween

Responsibilities included sales, and management of Halloween decorations and costumes at Spirit Halloween. My main responsibilities were to manage the stores fitting rooms, and front registers. Other duties included store stocking, cleaning and taking inventory.

Summers 2012-2013
Youth Engineering Camp Teaching Assistant

Helped organize and teach inquiry based engineering camps. Responsibilities included leading group activities, designing posters and other information packets, supervision of class, and designing lab layout.


Evan Ashworth?Program Specialist, Writing & Language Center?Center for Academic Program Support?University of New Mexico?(505) 277-4499?
Tania Ivanova, Assistant Professor University of New Mexico, 505 277-7363

Patrick Friedman Schaffer, Owner of Youth Engineering Camps, 505 440 4193,

Steven Saavedra, Spirit Halloween Store manager, 505 804-9260

Amanda Martinez, Teavana Store Manager, 505 314-4069
Skills (2) Rating
Russian Translation