Helle Pohl Personal Page

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Sünniaeg: 07.04.1977

Aadress: Vilde tee 61 - 45, 13421 Tallinn

Telefon: 523 870

Perekonnaseis: vallaline


Haridus: 1984 - 1992 Tallinna 37. Keskkool

1992 - 1995 Õismäe Humanitaarkeskkool

1996 - praeguseni Tallinna Pedagoogikaülikool, 4. kursuse


Töökogemus: 4. 1994 - praeguseni TTÜ (enne TA) Geoloogia Instituut

Estonia pst. 7, 10143, Tallinn


Täiendav info: Keeled: eesti keel - emakeel; valdan inglise keelt kõnes ja kirjas;

vähem prantsuse, soome ja vene keelt.

Arvutioskus: Windows keskkond, sh. Word, Lotus, Excel, Word Perfect; Internet






Date of Birth: 07.04.1977

Address: Vilde tee 61 - 45, 13421, Tallinn, Estonia

Phone: (372) 523 870

Family status: single


Education: 1984 - 1992 Tallinn Secondary School No 37

1992 - 1995 Õismäe Humanitarian Gymnasium (Tallinn)

1996 - to present day Tallinn Teacher Training Institute 4th year student

Work experience: 4.08.1994 - to present day TTU Institute of Geology

Estonia pst. 7, 10143, Tallinn

senior lab-assistant


information: Languages: Estonian - mother tongue; skilled in spoken and written English; less French, Russian and Finnish.

Computer: Windows environment, incl. Word, Lotus, Excel, Word Perfect; the Internet


Little Profile

I was a member of a group for young naturalists at Tallinn House of Nature Friends in 1990-1992.

A test I did gave the following results about my personality, and though I can't judge them objectively, I'd like to say they're more or less true:

Others see you as fresh, lively, charming, amusing, practical and always interesting; someone who is constantly the centre of attention, but sufficiently well-balanced not to let it go to your head. They see

you also as kind, considerate, and understanding; someone who will cheer them up and help them out.

I'm a cheerful young creature who enjoys being young, listening to good music and watching good films. At times I go through something I call a creativity period during which some written material like poems, miniature sand such are added to my personal drawer collection. I'm also addicted to the English language and try my hand on translating or puzzle solving or compiling my own little dictionaries etc. Another language, which I hope to excel in one day, is French, but the task seems impossibly difficult at the moment...

In other respects I consider myself as an incurable optimist who believes that Life is a beautiful gift and that nothing in this world happens without a reason, and that everything makes a lot more sense once you've found it.

The most important piece of advice I can give to anyone would be:

If you think that things are as bad as they can possibly be and you feel like giving up - pray and ask for guidance - you can't lose anything, but you could gain the world!