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Bachelor of Science: Accounting 2018 William Paterson University (AACSB Accredited), Wayne, NJ
  • Minor in economics with a 3.3 GPA
  • Will graduate with approximately 150 college credits (2014-2018)
  • Organizations include: Accounting Society, National Honor Society of Leadership & Success, Catholic Campus Ministry
Skill Highlights
  • Strong customer relationship builder
  • Tax Preparation
  • Time management
  • Leadership skills
  • Excellent multi-tasker
  • Organizational skills
  • Mentoring
  • Bilingual in English/Spanish
William Paterson University Wayne, NJ Tax Return Preparer 02/2017 to Current
  • Assist low income individuals with preparation and reporting of tax forms 
  • Consistently maintain accurate information and comply with IRS laws and regulations
QuickChek Corporation Wayne, NJ Team Member 11/2016 to Current
  • Work as a team to insure customers are left satisfied with exceptional customer service daily
  • Be extremely quick and accurate consistently with customer monetary transactions 
William Paterson University Wayne, NJ Peer Academic Advisor 08/2016 to Current
  • Lead and advised ninety incoming freshman and transfer students in familiarizing themselves to the Costakos College of Business
  • Give advisees effective college strategies and necessities to graduate on time and efficiently
  • Received silver medal in math portion of Bergen County Academic Decathlon
  • Accepted into the William Paterson Honors College
  • Inducted into National Honor Society of Leadership and Success  
  • Received yearly scholarships from university for maintaining high GPA
  • Awarded with Cotsakos College of Business COIN scholarship
Volunteer Experience
  • William Paterson University: Attend annual volunteer activities during spring break and assist with rebuilding YMCA camp
  • WPU Honors College & Peer to Peer program: Mentor a group of students and help them transition to the university
  • St. Mary's Parish: Act as a youth leader for organization within the church and assist with event preparation
  • NJ Community Blood Services: Donate plasma cells semi-annually and help prepare for blood drives.
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Mental Health Counselor specializing in Behavior Therapy. Responsible self-starter who communicates well and is dedicated to improving the well-being of clients.
  • Superior communication skills
  • Suicide risk assessments
  • Specialized training in grief counseling
  • Mood disorders specialist
  • Medicaid familiarity
  • Solution-focused counseling
  • Psychiatric population familiarity
  • Practiced in family assessments
Effectively managed caseloads of more than 2 clients at any given time.
EAOPS San Diego, CA Academic Advisor 03/2016 to 03/2017
-Acted as a role model for students by exhibiting positive behaviors.
-Conferred with parents and guardians, teachers and administrators to resolve students behavioral and academic problems.
-Assisted 20 children per station during small group learning periods.
-Supplied one-on-one attention to each student, while maintaining overall focus on the entire group.
Mid City Adult Learning Center Los Angeles, CA Assistant Behaviourial Counselor 12/2013 to 01/2016
-Applied the positive reinforcement method to redirect negative behaviors.
-Observed students to supply teachers with feedback regarding potential learning blocks and opportunities for support.
-Encouraged students to be understanding of and helpful to others.
-Quickly responded to crisis situations when severe mental health and behavioral issues arose.
Behavioral Health Services El Centro, CA Mental Health Technician 08/2011 to 09/2013
-Taught clients anger management techniques, relaxation skills, impulse control, social skills, emotional coping skills and functional living skills.
-Consulted with psychiatrists about client medication changes, issues with medicine compliance and efficacy of medications.
-Interacted with clinical staff and external resources such as school or community personnel.
Education and Training
Bachelor of Science: Communication 2016 California Polytechnic State University, Pomona, Pomona, CA, USA

-Coursework in Psychology, Social Work and Counseling.
-Coursework in Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Child Development.
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Experienced Social Worker versed in collaborating with teachers and parents to best meet each individual's unique needs. Attentive to the physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of each student.

  • Career/academic advising
  • College counseling
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and/or part of a team.
  • Skilled listener able to relate to students with diverse needs. 
  • Proficient MS Office skills 
  • Detail oriented
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain records and confidential documentation maintaining HIPPA/FERPA regulations.
  • Collaborative skills to aid students in navigating school systems
  • Crisis management
  • Scheduling proficiency
Case Manager
August 2015 to Current
Veterans Inc Worcester, MA
  • Assess and perform intakes of veterans to the Supportive Services for Veterans and their Families (SSVF) program.
  • Create and monitor treatment plans.
  • Communicate, collaborate and coordinate with colleagues and area resources to help clients.
  • Make appropriate referrals addressing client and stabilization needs.
  • Advocate and guide veterans to aid in housing stabilization.
  • Maintain client files for audit.
Student Success and Retention Advisor
April 2014 to August 2015
Nichols College Dudley, MA
  • Advised and counseled students on academic programs, curriculum, college academic policies and procedures.
  • Communicated with student population through a variety of methods.
  • Formed effective relationships with other student services to refer students.
  • Created positive relationships with students to enhance student success.
  • Created personalized academic actions plans considering individual needs.
  • Proactively identified and guided at-risk students building and implementing success plans and workshops.
  • Helped align academic and career goals using networking and self-awareness.
  • Provided recommendations for academic dismissals and readmissions.
  • Advocated for students and taught them how to successfully advocate for themselves.

Student Accounts Counselor
January 2010 to January 2014
Clark University Worcester, MA
  • Aided new and transfer students with school adjustment.
  • Developed working relationships with other departments to effectively help students.
  • Advised students considering transfer on financial implications.
  • Assisted students to better understand financial literacy.
  • Helped a diverse student body and families meet their own and school needs.
  • Worked effectively with students and families in understanding school billing and financing of school.
  • Managed data in several software programs.
  • Maintained documentation to meet university and federal regulations.
Academic Advisor
January 2007 to December 2010
Quinsigamond Community College Worcester, MA
  • Assisted diverse body of students to identify career and educational goals.
  • Administered various personal and career assessment tools.
  • Made referrals to appropriate sources within and beyond the college to aid student success.
  • Evaluated transcripts, placement tests and standardized tests.
  • Clarified complex admissions requirements for specialized programs.
  • Adeptly met student needs for a diverse student body including first-generation-to-college students.
  • Successfully imparted knowledge of QCC's diverse programs and program structures to students.
  • Maintained regular hours with flexible hours during peak times to accommodate student need.
  • Participated in Strategic Planning Committee and Personnel Selection Committees.
  • Worked with special program students.
  • Provided career and educational advising to participants of CMCHC grant through Training and Education Center.
Study Skills Teacher
February 2003 to February 2006
The Bancroft School Worcester, MA
  • Conducted small group and individual classroom activities based on differentiated learning needs.
  • Supplied one-on-one attention to each student, while maintaining overall focus on the entire group.
  • Focuses on strengthening problem solving, writing and analytical skills.
  • Promoted language development skills through reading and storytelling.
College Counselor/SAT Prep
May 2002 to August 2004
Princeton Review Worcester, MA
  • Developed relationships with colleges, diverse students and their families.
  • Composed recommendations to colleges, advised students on college essays.
  • Aided students in the financial aid process.
  • Designed and implemented programs exposing students to schools, admissions processes and requirements.
  • Tutored students preparing for SAT's
Education and Training
Social Work/ Family Therapy, 1996 Boston University Boston, MA
Bachelor of Arts : Psychology/Social Work Skidmore College Saratoga Springs , NY
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An enthusiastic educator with superb leadership and communication skills. Easily cultivates trusting and productive relationships with students, parents, teachers, and administration. Strives for excellence in delivering quality instruction and meeting the unique needs of diverse learners. 

Holds the New Jersey Standard Certificate for Teacher of the Handicapped. 

  • Creator of Mindful Munchkins, a literacy based, multisensory experience for preschoolers in Burlington County
  • Workshop presenter for the NJ Early Childhood Conference, May 30, 2003 and NJPSA May 21, 2003
  • Founded and implemented a comprehensive parent involvement program at the Johnstone Elementary School, Vineland , NJ 
  • Designed and conducted professional development workshops in School Climate and Organizational Practices for the Johnstone Elementary School staff in 2001-2003 
  • Designed and conducted professional development workshops in Balanced Literacy, Motivation, Differentiated Instruction, and Organizational Practice for the New Jersey Department of Education, Office of Early Literacy
Special Education Substitute Teacher LTR Jan 2020 to Current
Willingboro Township Public Schools Willingboro, NJ
  • Conducted small group and individual classroom activities with students based on differentiated learning needs.
  • Fostered relationships with students to increase engagement, and periodically reported student progress to parents/guardians and school leadership.
  • Enhanced lessons using Smart Board technology and computers.
Special Education Teacher LTR Oct 2019 to Jan 2020
West Deptford Public Schools West Deptford, NJ
  • Designed compelling lesson plans focused on literature and writing learning goals for fourth grade level classes.
  • Identified and documented learning achievements by reporting outcomes, performance information and program adjustments used to boost comprehension.
  • Completed IEP and quarterly progress reports with individualized notes and improvement strategies.
Integrated Preschool Teacher - LTR Sep 2018 to Jun 2019
Moorestown Public Schools Moorestown, NJ
  • Implemented Tools of the Mind hands-on, play-based strategies such as dramatic play, storytelling, games, and crafts for experiential learning and development of self-regulation
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles
  • Observed children, using the Teaching Strategies GOLD to record development, interests, and skills
  • Integrated the use of technology throughout the curriculum, ie Classroom Dojo and SeeSaw
Academic Advisor May 2010 to May 2015
Rowan College at Burlington County Pemberton, NJ
  • Assisted students in the development of an academic plan. Facilitated group workshops and developmental programming which enabled students to choose appropriate educational and career goals.
  • Conducted individual and group meetings for newly admitted students to facilitate choices of appropriate course and program selection.
  • Participated in retention based outreach and intervention with identified students.
NJDOE Reading Coach Aug 2003 to Jun 2004
New Jersey Department of Education
  • Provided in-service training and support in the areas of child development, balanced literacy, writing instruction, and assessment for at-risk elementary schools in South Jersey. 
Whole School Reform Facilitator Aug 2001 to Jul 2003
Johnstone Elementary School Vineland, NJ
  • Responsible for the creation, monitoring, and evaluation of the Whole School Reform Implementation Plan and CSRD Grant Program.
  • Facilitator of the School Management Team, responsible for school report card and engaging staff in data analysis. 
  • Provided monthly staff development and grade level study groups.
Special EducationTeacher Jul 1999 to Jun 2001
Oceanside Charter School Atlantic City, NJ

  • Responsible for 2nd - 8th grade replacement program in Language Arts and Math
  • Implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles.
Special Education Teacher Jul 1996 to Jun 1999
Discovery School North Hanover, NJ
  • Kindergarten curriculum for children with various learning differences.
  • Supervised and trained paraprofessionals.
  • Conducted evaluations of students and created IEP goals/objectives.
Transition Teacher Jun 1991 to May 1996
Children's Center of Monmouth County Neptune, NJ
  • Designed transition program for children with autism and other neurological impairments.

Master of Arts, Early Childhood and Special Education Teachers' College, Columbia University NYC, NY
Bachelor of Science, Elementary Education and Teacher of the Handicapped University of Vermont Burlington, VT
Certification, Supervision Rutgers University Camden, NJ