10 Years of Experience
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JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
M.S. In Education
TEACH FOR AMERICA/LOYOLA MARYMOUNT CREDENTIALING
Mutli-Subject Master Degree Education Credits Received and Student Teaching Requirements Satisfied
2012 – 2016
HANOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE
BA in Government; BA in Women Gender and Sexuality Studies
GPA: 3.68 (Graduating Cum Lade, Choate Scholar Senior Year (Top 10% Of The Class 2016 Year)
GPA: Weighted 3.82
Activities: Sheba Dance Company Director; President of the American Sign Language Club
TEACH FOR AMERICA (TFA) @ VINCENT ACADEMY BAY AREA, CALIFORNIA
Teacher. Selected from more than 45,000 applicants nationwide to join national teacher corps who commit two years to teach in under-resourced public schools. Teach in a summer school program for students in the Bay Area, under the supervision of a faculty of experienced teachers. Engage in a full schedule of professional development, including seminars, workshops, individual and group reflections, readings, and ‘learning teams’ specific to teaching license area. Enrolled in a multiple subject’s intern credential program. Teaching as a multi-subject Kindergarten educator.
Apr. 2015 – May 2020
FULL CIRCLE LEARNING CORTE MADERA, CALIFORNIA
Writing Specialist: During summers 2015-2016, Full Time Writing Specialist 2018-2020
Worked 1 on 1 and in groups teaching printing, cursive, keyboarding, voice dictation, and executive functioning skills required for the writing process
Nov. 2013 – May 2016
PROFESSOR ROGER MASTERS HANOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE
Research Assistant. I have been assisting Professor Masters with his current project that includes articles and a book regarding the effects of silicon-fluorides in the water-purification process and its effects on youth education in the United States.
Jun. 2010 – May 2016
CHILD CARE / TUTOR BAY AREA, CALIFORNIA
Child Care Aid. While in the Bay Area, over the summer and during academic breaks, I support numerous families by administering the following tasks: picking up children from school, bringing children to extracurricular activities, arranging play dates, cooking meals and helping with homework.
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE HANOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE
Mentor/Academic Coach. I participated in the Dartmouth SEAD program where I coached promising high school students from under-resourced backgrounds. I advised them on communication skills, as well as assisted them with their college applications.
Jun. 2010 – Jun. 2014
MARIN PRIMARY & MIDDLE SCHOOL LARKSPUR, CALIFORNIA
Teacher Aide/Counselor. During my breaks in the academic year I supported the lead teachers in preschool classes, ages two to five. During the summer months I worked at MPMS Summer Camp as a counselor, designing weekly curriculum and leading activities that promote physical, social and intellectual growth.
Mar. 2015 – Sept. 2015
FAMILY & CHILDREN’S LAW CENTER
SAN RAFAEL, CALIFORNIA
Intern. I assisted attorneys with cases and helped clients navigate the legal system by sitting in on meetings, researching available avenues and suggesting possible solutions for low-income families.
THE CHARLES GROUP
Intern. In this role I conducted confidential cliental research, compiled congressional notes, traveled to “The Hill” distributing letters of support and often published memos on client’s websites regarding trending institutional topics.
Sept. 2012 – May 2016
BERNICE RAY SCHOOL
HANOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE
Volunteer. In my desire to give back to the community of Hanover, I volunteer as a counselor at the After School Program (KAST) and served as a counselor during the summer of 2013.