Alumni Network

The CCB Alumni Network’s goal is to provide connections for past and current CCB members to career opportunities (i.e. jobs, internships, advice). Our aim is to have monthly check-ins with the occasional requests for career information and to be available for you to ask us if we have any connections that can help you attain your goals. Please fill out this form so that we can connect you to our already growing network.

If you have any questions feel free to contact us:

Below are the amazing graduates of UCLA who have been a part of China Care Bruins in the past years. If you want to get in contact with any of the people listed please email us at or contact us and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Macye Pau ~ Class of 2018

DSC_1872Hi everyone! I joined CCB my freshman year at UCLA, which was Fall 2014. I served as high school co-director and executive director on the CCB board. I loved my time in CCB because it allowed me to created a fun and welcoming environment for children who were adopted. In college, I was constantly surrounded by people my own age and it was wonderful to be silly and do fun activities with kids on Sundays. Since graduating from UCLA in Spring 2018, I have been working as a therapist doing ABA therapy with children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

Crystal Ng ~ Class of 2018

IMG_3683Hello! I’m Crystal and I majored in Biochemistry at UCLA. CCB became my favorite club because of the genuine people I met and connected with. Throughout my time at UCLA, it has been a roller coaster ride, but CCB was definitely one of my ups! I’m taking gap years to figure out my life plans for now but I’m correctly working at a Psychiatric Wellness Center in San Francisco.

Jasmine Ang ~ Class of 2018

IMG_1195 (1) Hi! My name is Jasmine Ang and I graduated from UCLA in 2018 with a degree in Economics. I joined CCB when I was just a freshman exploring clubs around campus, and my sister (who also graduated from UCLA) encouraged me to join CCB. Being a part of this amazing club and organization for 4 years, CCB means A LOT to me! I joined staff during my junior year as the Communications Director and then transitioned to work under the Finance Committee during my senior year. CCB is such an amazing club! I enjoyed working alongside with the staff and members of the club to make a difference in these childrens’ lives by participating in outreach events, socials, and fundraisers to meet our annual club goals!

I am currently working at the Master of Financial Engineering (MFE) Program, one of the graduate programs at the UCLA Anderson School of Management overseeing the program’s daily internal operations. Specifically, I manage everything related to the admissions process such as recruiting top candidates all over the world, reviewing applications, creating admissions statistical reports and more. In the future, I plan to apply in either Full-Time or Fully Employed MBA Program.

Eric Wong ~ Class of 2017

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Hi everyone! My name is Eric Wong and I graduated from UCLA in 2017 with a B.S. in Biology. I was in CCB for all 4 years of my undergraduate career and I was one of the executive directors during my senior year. I am currently applying to dental school and hope to become a general dentist in my hometown of El Monte, CA.

Natalie Chin ~ Class of 2016

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Hi guys! I joined CCB my sophomore year in Fall 2013 and was a Littles intern my first year. I was Littles Director in 2014-15 and an Executive Director 2015-16. I loved my time with CCB (obviously) and believe that it is a unique club on campus that offers students a chance to interact with amazing kids and get in touch with their inner child. My major was Physiological Science with a minor in Spanish and I graduated in 2016. I currently work as an EMT with Royal Ambulance in the Bay Area and am going to be attending a Physician Assistant graduation program in May 2018.

Richard Peng ~ Class of 2016

DSC_4826My experience with CCB was kind of unique from other members. My little buddy really did not want to take part in most of the physical activities, so we’d typically talk and we bonded quite a bit. I definitely tried to encourage peer play, but she was content just discussing our shared interests. I was able to share one of my all-time favorite books with her and our excitement discussing it is something I won’t forget. My major was Psychobiology and I graduated in December 2016, so technically class of 2016. I’m currently the head scribe of the Child Division of Psychiatry at the Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA. I’m involved with the clinician notes of several clinics as well as the management of scribes in my division. I’m currently applying for graduate schools in Social Work, and hope to become a psychotherapist. I also have plans to pursue a doctorate in the future as well to further my therapy knowledge and skills.
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