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Teaching children and providing a safe place parents/caregivers can leave there children.Employed a variety of materials for children to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play. helping children learn and grow in a safe environment, Also Created an infant area, toddler area and preschool area of play within the daycare. In addition to the above task I also handle the business end of the daycare and attended many trainings to enhance my learning in being a better daycare provider.
Office work such as answering phone calls, helping students,taking messages,grading papers, keeping records of students work, making new student files.
Worked with teachers and staff to improve students reading level. Keeping records of reading improvements. Made games and fun ways to help children learn to read. Also did weekend community service we served over 100 hours in a year.
Physically and verbally interacted with children throughout the day.Monitored children's play activities to verify safety and wellness.Taught children personal care behaviors, including toilet training and feeding.Collaborated daily with classroom teachers to keep activities running smoothly.
Coursework in Child Development
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Focused undergraduate studying Nursing in Lehman College pursuing a Master's degree. GPA of 3.5 demonstrating ability to lead academically. Seeking experience of communication and general care of others. Have volunteer experience with younger adults and teenagers in both educational and recreational settings.
Learned about the importance of leadership and serving the general community in order to promote individual and general success. Conducted analysis to address academic struggles in order to spur academic success.
Consisted of a year-long routine of meeting high school students, teaching about cycling and supporting in weekly 15-60 mile rides. Gained mentoring skills and ability to interact and work towards completing a difficult goal.
Worked with staff and with early elementary students through one-to-one tutoring in foundational reading skills. Gained experience in mentoring younger-aged children by teaching.
Volunteered in multiple community events such as Health Fair representative, Penny Harvest collector, community gardening, and assisting in hosting an elementary school Field Day.
Minor in Nutrition.
*Current GPA of 3.5, Undergraduate Status
Graduated with Honors
Urban Male Leadership Program Inducted Member May 2016 to Current
CUNY Lehman College - Bronx, New York, United States
Inaugurated into leadership program for exemplary student status and completion of leadership workshops.
Urban Male Leadership Mentee Award Dec 2015
Awarded for showing exemplary student standards as a mentee for the UMLP.