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I was born into a bilingual family. I have been educated in French up to and including high school. I have had the privilege experiencing a great deal of international travel. I have also had the opportunity to be enriched by some 10 years of music and dance performance, and in past years I have taken part of Model United Nations Committees as well as Public Speaking competitions.
As assistant to a Client Services team I did much of the paperwork including filing, photocopying, scanning and faxing.
By working at the Teahouse in Stanley Park, I received the Sequoia restaurant training. I answered phone calls and correctly transferred them to the desired person the caller wished to reach. I kept the restaurant's book organized and up to date to facilitate the seating of future guests. I worked with my fellow staff members - servers, bar tenders and managers - and kept them informed of table set ups and large parties. I had the opportunity to train new Guest Services staff.
As a Sales Person, I was both on the floor of the store as well as the cash register. My floor had both clothing and shoes so I got comfortable with different sizes and brands for all ages. I made sure the customer was always satisfied and made their shopping experience the best it could be. I maintained a steady line of communication with the customer to ensure that the transaction was good and answered any questions they had about the products sold.
I served ice cream and ensured the customers received the best service possible. I was responsible with the cash machine when I cashed out my order. I also restocked items as they ran low, as well as cleaned the restaurant during the day and before closing.
French language summer camp - As camp counsellor I was required to take care of children ranging from the ages of 6 to 16. I engaged in a various amount of activities with them both indoor and outdoor. I was their care-taker 24 hours a day for a week, making sure they had fun and were safe. I was also their round-the-clock supervisor, ensuring they were both sage and having fun.
As Ski Instructor I taught children from ages of 8 to 16 and of all levels. Every weekend I would be in charge of the same group and see them progress over eight consecutive weeks. Seeing their skills improve was a very gratifying and confidence building moment for both the student and myself.
Minor: Indigenous Studies and Medieval Studies
My background includes volunteering at the trauma canter JMMC In Walnut Creek for two years when I was in high school. I am also a lifetime Girl Scout who has done extensive volunteer work, including a service project in Costa Rica and Panama. I began my studies in Emergency Medical Services and completed the course in 2016. I aspire to have more experience in the medical field working alongside other medical professionals to improve the lives of patients. I began my career in the month of November 2017 at Falcon Critical Care Transport as an EMT. I have experience working closely alongside medical professionals, especially Registered Nurses due to my Critical Care Transport experience at Falcon.
As a lifeguard I was responsible for the safety of all people both in the pool and out. The other duties include administering first aid when needed and overseeing the daily tasks and maintenance of the swim club.
Working With Children
2010-Novice Optimist Instructor Award
2011-Optomist Blue Instructor Award
2014-Intructor Award Racing Laser
2014-Lousie Heaney Memorial Trophy