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Adam Mann

Currently completing my Junior year at Bates College. I am methodical, reliable and ambitious Psychology major and am now seeking a position working with a team to broaden my experience and knowledge base in the field.

Education and Training
Expected in 2021
Bates College Lewiston, ME Psychology Major

Deans list for first year (2018)

The Masters School Dobbs Ferry, NY Honors and Dean's List for all three years
Rippowam Cisqua School Bedford, NY
May 2019
August 2020
New York State Institute Of Psychiatry New York City, NY Volunteer Research Assistant

I assisted in clinical research at the Substance Use Research Center focusing on opioid addiction. The center consisted of multiple research projects in which I worked in the experimentation, data collection, data input and organization, organizing files for an FDA audit, and screening volunteers to become participants.

June 2018
August 2018
City College New York, NY Research Assistant

As a research assistant under Dr. Melara I was responsible for preparing, administering, monitoring electroencephalograph tests to observe the neurological  activity associated with visual attention. 

January 2012
January 2015
Westchester Mixed Martial Arts & Fitness Mt. Kisco, NY Assistant Teacher

After 13 years of training and receiving a black belt I reached a point in which my ability to help others and vast experience we utilized as a part-time MMA teacher.

June 2014
August 2014
EAST Sailing Academy Croton, NY Camp Counselor and Instructor

After years of sailing I became a sailing instructor. I taught sailing techniques for racing, rigging, navigation, how to predict weather patterns and the responsibilities of a camp counselor.

PRISM NY Volunteer Worked on identifying and removing invasive species from forests
Habitat for Humanity Mt. Vernon, NY Volunteer We worked on rebuilding community gardens in Mt. Vernon NY
  • Interpersonal and communication skills 
  • Creative problem solving
  • Organizational skills
  • Analytic skills
  • Developing research skills
  • Strong work ethic

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Maria-Lynn Okanlawon
Certified Mental Health First Aid by the National Council for Behavioral Health.
Certified District of Columbia Mandated Reporter Training 
  • Strong problem solving, training and personal management skills. 
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Professional writing skills
  • Social media and digital proficiency
  • Experience using SPSS
  • Skilled in data collection and entry
  • Skilled planner and coordinator
  • Self-motivated
  • Spanish literate
Work History
Development Coordinator, Volunteers and Special Events, 09/2018 to Current
Mary's Center Washington, District Of Columbia
  • Manage recruitment, orientation, placement, and communications relating to donors and volunteers.
  • Assess existing organizational policies to recommend areas for growth and change
  • Document all records, communication, and sensitive information of donors and volunteers with Excel spreadsheets.
  • Cultivate and manage partnerships with corporations in the surrounding community.
  • Increase fundraising numbers by over 30% by leveraging effective communications and outreach strategies.
Parent Resource Worker, 03/2017 to 09/2018
Mary's Center Washington, DC
  • Develop and present recruitment, retention and other promotional communications to potential members and other community organizations.
  • Write extensive notes to capture narrative of prospective participants.
  • Provide prompt and professional phone and email contact with families to resolve issues.
  • Collect and code patient-provider interactions for specific behaviors.
  • Maintain records in the patient management database.
  • Utilize social media to build trust and rapport with families.
Intern, 09/2016 to 12/2016
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Contributed to the functional design and architecture of employee-facing, high trafficked mobile applications.
  • Compiled, maintained and updated data and reports.
  • Conducted phone and in-person consultations with partners.
  • Perform a variety of record keeping, reporting, and informational duties in support of the office's programs.
  • Gather requirements, design documents, and perform impact analysis.
Administrative Assistant, 02/2015 to 12/2016
University of Maryland School of Languages, Literature, and Cultures
  • Prepared, edited and recorded correspondence, invoices, presentations, brochures, publications, reports and relevant material.
  • Arranged travel itineraries and prepare travel and expense reports.
  • Planned and coordinated logistics and materials for board meetings, committee meetings, and staff events.
  • Answered and managed incoming and outgoing calls while recording accurate messages.
  • Monitored department email and responded to inquiries in a timely manner.
Administrative Assistant, 09/2014 to 05/2015
University of Maryland Career Center College Park, MD
  • Scheduled appointments, maintained and update calendar regularly.
  • Assigned students to career counselors to secure jobs, internships, and develop resumes.
  • Greeted clients, operated multi-phone line, assessing calls and recording messages.
  • Fulfilled basic office duties to include: data entry, copying, filing and faxing.
Research Assistant, 09/2015 to 05/2016
University of Maryland School of Public Health Health Advocates
  • Conducted cold calls to potential participants and conduct outreach to various organizations in and around the DC, Maryland and Virginia areas.
  • Interviewed residents in and around the DC, Maryland and Virginia area to assess knowledge of colorectal cancer.
  • Composed family pedigrees and entered data into software.
  • Educated DC, Maryland and Virginia residents about colorectal cancer.
Assistant Learning Specialist, 05/2016 to 10/2016
University of Maryland Athletics' Academic Support & Career Development
  • Collaborated with a learning specialist to design and administer educational assessments.
  • Assisted in the development and delivery of learning support programming by providing compensatory strategies.
  • Lead one-on-one learning support sessions with student-athletes on assigned caseload.
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, 01/2016 to 05/2016
University of Maryland School of Public Health
  • Designed and administered exam review sessions.
  • Conducted one-on-one learning sessions with students needing special attention.
  • Evaluated student online discussions to ensure content met learning objectives.
Residential Camp Counselor, 06/2014 to 08/2014
Ramapo for Children Rhinebeck, NY
  • Created a supportive environment for children and adults with special needs.
  • Implemented a schedule of daily activities.
  • Facilitated a group in problem-solving and conflict management.
  • Assisted with general hygiene, rest, activity, and nourishment.
Mentor, 06/2013 to 05/2014
Housing Opportunities Commission Scholars Program
  • Developed and administered a psycho-educational program for young girls between the ages 7-11.
  • Designed and implemented a weekly curriculum covering topics such as nutrition, hygiene, social skills, peer pressure and bullying.
  • Instituted a suggested post-curriculum practice which allowed these students to continue to utilize these skills in their daily lives.
Bachelor of Science: Family Science, December 2016
University of Maryland - College Park, MD

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Tayler Hedgepeth
Professional Summary

Energetic educator with proven skills in teaching. Keep classrooms organized and students on-task to facilitate effective learning. Diligent and adaptable in meeting individual student needs with warm, safe educational environments. Personable and talented elementary teacher who stays up-to-date on new learning technologies and trends in the education community. Highly motivated and enthusiastic educator skilled in identifying educational software and learning programs that can benefit students.

  • Classroom management
  • Individualized support
  • Strong written and verbal communicator
  • Creative lesson planning
  • SMART Board aptitude
  • Special education
  • Strong collaborator
  • Experience with instructional design
  • Teaching/tutoring
  • Creative learning strategies
Work History
Student Teacher, 10/2017 to Current
The Academy of Our Lady of Peace New Providence, NJ
  • 1st grade), 17 students.
  • Integrated technology in the classroom to facilitate lessons using the SMARTboard and iPads.
  • Worked with cooperating teacher in assessing struggling learners and overseeing modifications in the classroom.
  • Instructed literacy and phonics lessons through the SuperKids Reading program.
  • Developed lessons in various subjects to tailor to the learning needs of the whole class.
  • Participated in Parent-Teacher conferences.
Pre-clinical Intern, 04/2016
The Allegro School Hanover, NJ
  • Private special education school, (ages 11-14), 5 students.
  • Provided individual support to 5 students with autism (2 non-verbal), functioning at various grade levels in private special education setting.
  • Modified and taught supervised lessons for student with high-functioning autism.
  • Focused on current math curriculum and reading comprehension skills.
  • Assisted in outside classroom activities, including gym exercises and developing independent life skills.
  • Created a sample Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) for one observed student.
Pre-clinical Intern, 04/2015 to 10/2015
Thomas Jefferson Elementary School Morristown, NJ
  • (3rd grade), 20 students.
  • Planned and taught lessons in science, reading, writing, and math in an inclusive class including first generation English Language Learners and students with special needs including ADD and ADHD.
  • Modified class worksheets for students with IEPs.
  • Administered pre- and post-lesson summative assessments (Do Now, entrance/exit tickets, and worksheets) as well as Curriculum Based Measurement (CBM) and Concrete-Representational-Abstract (CRA) and assessments.
  • Formatively assessed progress through observation, probing questions, and exit tickets.
  • Incorporated technology using the SMARTboard, PowerPoint, and videos for lessons.
Teaching Intern, 10/2014
Far Hills Country Day School Far Hills, NJ
  • Taught a kindergarten class of 10 students in a private suburban setting.
  • Facilitated and engaged students in morning routine targeting sight words, number recognition, and writing skills.
  • Planned and taught two full class lessons focusing on early literacy and math foundations.
  • Administered reading assessment (Developmental Reading Assessment).
Preschool Classroom Aide, 01/2018
The Academy of Our Lady of Peace
Private Tutor New Jersey
Tutor, 07/2016
Randolph, NJ
  • (1st - 6th grades).
  • Average 2 times a week instructing individual students in all subjects.
  • Utilized manipulatives and reading strategies, Oversaw 2 children (ages 12 and 8) from 6 AM to 6 PM Monday - Friday.
  • Coordinated morning routine and meals.
  • Transported to and from school and summer activities.
  • Traveled to Oxford, England with family for 1 week while mother attended class at Oxford University.
  • Tutored students in summer packets for math and homework during the school year.
Substitute Teacher, 12/2017 to Current
The Academy of Our Lady of Peace
  • Managed classrooms of 15 - 20 students.
  • Guided students through planned lesson and activities, providing modifications when necessary.
  • Monitored activities of students, maintaining the management plans of the classroom teacher.
  • Established positive rapport with students, teachers, and administration.
Camp Counselor, 07/2015
KWOW Kidz Kamp Houston, TX
  • Oversaw 15 campers (ages 3-5 for 6 weeks and 11-12 for 6 weeks) in a day camp.
  • Engaged campers in crafts and academic activities (Math, Language Arts, Science, and Gym).
  • Created framework of a project whereby students planned and carried out logistics for providing meals to local homeless shelter.
  • Assessed each camper's daily behavior and informed parents Do you know the names? I'm not sure what this means.were the lessons being overseen by another and you did them for them? Put your latest experience first under your major categories, so the 2016 job comes before the 2015.
NJ Certificate of Eligibility with Advance Standing, January 2018 Early Childhood Education (Grades Pre-K - 3) Elementary Education (Grades K - 6) Teacher of Students with Disabilities
Bachelor of Science: Early Childhood, Elementary, and Special Education, and Liberal Studies, English, December 2017
Seton Hall University - South Orange, NJ
GPA: 3.3
Additional Information
  • AWARDS AND HONORS , Seton Hall Academic Scholarship (4 year, annual award) Recipient of 3 College of Education academic scholarships