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  • Lundquist FIRST NAME: Cheryl MI: L.
  • SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER: 191-56-8724 POSITION APPLYING FOR: Age: 18-39 40 or older Sex: Male Female Ethnicity: Asian/Pacific Islander Black/African American Caucasian/White (Non-Hispanic) Hispanic/Latino Native American Indian/Alaskan Native Veteran Status: Non-Veteran Vietnam Veteran Disabled Veteran - Other Disabled Vietnam Veteran Veteran - Other Disability: Visual Hearing Chronic Illness Mobility Other.
Computer, Power point, web design, editing film/photo on MAC, IWrite pad, Adobe Photoshop. Certified CPR and CPI.
  • ADA, photo, Adobe Photoshop, advertisements, American Sign Language, animation, Arts, art, business management, color, CPI, CPR, directing, editing, English, film, forms, grants, in design, law, lesson planning, MAC, Power point, network, camera, policies, Presenter, profit, proposal, public safety, publication, Reading, record keeping, maintain records, recruiting, safety, scheduling, shadow, Script, Sign Language, Swedish, Teacher, teaching, Telephone, Theatre, translation, Type, unique, web design, workshops
08/2007 to Current
Reason Dates of Employment
  • Two year-long and two semester classes open to all Secondary, Special Education, and Life Skills students.
  • Students perform in class including: monologues; scenes; improvisation; storytelling; mime; story dramatization; history; movement; ASL translation; theatrical games; shadow and sock puppets; masks; screen writing; acting for stage and camera; audition skills; and many short skits.
  • Students are also introduced to the art of stagecraft as they use make-up, costume and set designs for their final project.
  • Teach two periods of Survival English Skills to 10th grade English Language Learners.
10/2004 to 08/2007
Supervisor Principal Dates of Employment
  • Salary $50,000 Per Year, Reason for Leaving Performing Arts position at California School for the Deaf, Riverside reopened, American Sign Language, Deaf Studies, and Theatre in Education were taught as special topics.
  • Taught H.S.
  • Survival English Skills classes which integrate adapted reading, writing and grammar.
  • Employer California School for the Deaf, Riverside.
08/2001 to 06/2004
Supervisor Dates of Employment
  • Taught six periods of year-long Creative Drama classes including: acting for stage and camera; directing; creative drama; storytelling; history; movement; ASL translation; improvisation; dramatic literature; mime; theatrical games; shadow and sock puppets; clay animations; masks; make-up; costumes; script and screen writing; audition skills; and performs many skits.
  • Secondary, Special Education, Life Skills, and Special Needs students.
07/1999 to 06/2000
Supervisor Superintendent Dates of Employment
  • Salary $27,000 Per Year, Reason for Leaving Expected a child, Creative Drama teacher for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students from preschool to H.S.
  • ages, included fundamentals of drama, story dramatization, theatre games, and created simple scenes for emergent readers to perform.
  • Reading Teacher from 7th to 10th grades following the Arizona Standard Reading curriculum as well as adapted lessons for students with Special Needs.
02/1997 to 12/1998
Supervisor Professor and Associate Director AFFIRMATIVE ACTION INFORMATION
  • Reason for Leaving Student teaching completed, THP 312 Puppetry Workshop: Developed curricula and taught puppetry for both undergraduate and graduate students for two semesters.
  • Survey of puppetry in education, puppetry as an art form in design, and performance.
  • THP 3ll Improvisation with Youth Seminar: An upper-division course designed to give education majors practical experience in the methodology, lesson planning, and art of using improvisation theatre in their classrooms.
  • Professional Actress/Workshop Presenter Type of Business Non-profit Theatre Organization Hours Worked Per Week 6 Days a week, Federal law requires employers to maintain records pertaining to the sex and ethnic group of their applicants.
  • In addition, because of Gallaudet's unique mission, commitment to providing a barrier-free environment, and affirmative action plans, records are also maintained related to deafness, disability, and veteran status.
  • Accordingly, we are asking for your cooperation in supplying the information requested below.
  • Submission of this information is completely voluntary.
  • Failure to provide the information will in no way affect your candidacy for a position.
  • The data will be kept completely confidential in accordance with the ADA and will be used for record keeping purposes in order to monitor affirmative action efforts.
07/1993 to 01/1995
Supervisor Artistic Director Dates of Employment
  • Salary $18,000 Per Year, Reason for Leaving Expected a child, National Theatre of the Deaf as an Actress and Workshop Leader: Script and ASL analysis, toured nationally and performed on main stages.
  • Conducted numerous workshops for deaf and hearing audiences from schools, theatre communities, colleges, and universities.
  • Little Theatre of the Deaf as an Actress and Workshop Leader for Young Audiences: Toured national and performed for young audiences in various settings from stage to a grass lawn.
  • Conducted numerous workshops for preschool to High school ages.
01/1993 to 07/1993
Supervisor Artistic Director Dates of Employment
  • Salary $39,000 Per Year, Reason for Leaving Business became dissolute DUTIES:.
  • Conducted business management, audition arrangements, worked with directors on cast selection, scheduling, developed and coordinated workshops, advertisements, assisted in grants proposal, and other details.
  • Please add any other information you feel would help your candidacy.
  • I'm comfortable in teaching all types of Educational Drama and Production/Performance courses.
  • See attached Curriculum Vitae Thank you for your application! APPLICANT CERTIFICATION I certify that, to the best of my knowledge, the information on this application is true and complete.
  • I understand that any false information contained in this application may result in my not being considered for a position or, if employed, in my being discharged.
  • Gallaudet University, or its authorized representative, is authorized to contact former employers, school officials, references, etc., unless I specifically state on this application not to do so.
  • Additionally, I hereby release all former employers, school officials, and any individuals contacted regarding a reference from liability for any damages whatsoever resulting from giving such information regarding my background.
  • Applicant Signature: Date:4/3//2008 If you are sending this application electronically, your submission represents the equivalent of your signature.
  • Gallaudet University is an equal opportunity employer/educational institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, hearing status, disability, covered veteran status, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation, source of income, place of business or residence, pregnancy, childbirth, or any other unlawful basis.
  • Employees and recruiting sources are encouraged to refer qualified individuals from traditionally underrepresented groups for available positions.
  • Individuals who may have inquiries regarding the University's policies and procedures or who may wish to file a complaint should contact the University's EEO Officer at (Voice/TTY).
  • In order to assure the safety and well-being of children on campus, Gallaudet University requires that finalists for positions at the Clerc Center and for specifically designated other positions directly involved with the provision of services to children on campus who are under the age of 18 undergo a criminal history and suitability background investigation.
  • Any conviction for a sex crime, an offense involving a child victim, or a drug felony may be grounds for denying employment or for the dismissal of an employee.
  • If a candidate has been charged with one of these offenses but the case has not yet been adjudicated, employment may be delayed pending the outcome.
  • A conviction of a crime other than a sex crime may be considered grounds for denying employment or for dismissal if it bears on an individual's fitness to have responsibility for the safety and well being of children or to otherwise carry out the functions of the position.
  • Individuals who fail to complete the required forms for conducting a suitability background investigation within a stipulated time period may be denied employment or may be dismissed.
  • The University reserves the right to lawfully test employees for illegal drug use in specific job classifications that involve public safety.
Name of Supervisors Shelly Gravatt Janice Smith-Warshaw Riverside, CA
  • To aid in our verification efforts, list any other name(s) you have used while employed (e.g., maiden name): Jaglowski LIST MOST RECENT EMPLOYER FIRST.
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  • Employer California School for the Deaf, Riverside Job Title Performing Arts and English Language Arts Teacher Type of Business Education Hours Worked Per Week 40 hours + Plus.
  • Salary $63,672 Per Year.
Classroom Teacher San Gorgonino High School
  • Type of Business Education Hours Worked Per Week 40 hours + Plus.
Name of Supervisor Sandy Robbins San Bernardino, CA
Performing Arts Teacher Job Title
  • Type of Business Education Hours Worked Per Week 40 hours + Plus.
Name of Supervisor Shelly Gravatt Riverside, CA
Principal CTE
  • Salary $56,000 Per Year.
Classroom Teacher Sequoia School for the Deaf
  • Type of Business Charter Education Hours Worked Per Week 40 hours.
Name of Supervisor Don Flake Mesa, AZ
Graduate Teaching Assistant Arizona State University
  • Type of Business University Hours Worked Per Week.
Name of Supervisor Johnny Saldana Tempe, AZ
Name of Supervisor Will Rhys West Hartford, CT
Associate Artistic Director SignRise Culture Arts
  • Type of Business Non-profit Theatre Organization Hours Worked Per Week 40 Hours + Plus Address Telephone.
Name of Supervisor Donald Bangs
Education and Training
School/Address # of Years Attended
GED Model Secondary School for the Deaf
M.S.S.D California State University Northridge (C.S.U.N Northridge, CA
H.S. Diploma: VOCATIONAL/BUSINESS California State University San Bernardino (C.S.U.S.B San Bernardino, CA Enrolling X California's Vocational Credential in Performing Arts
Bachelor of Arts: Developmental Drama & Sign Communication Gallaudet University (G.U Washington, DC Four & half years
POSTGRADUATE Arizona State University (A.S.U Tempe, AZ
Master of Fine Arts University of California Riverside (U.C.R Riverside, CA Theatre for Young Audiences
Master of Arts: Deaf Education California's Teacher Credential Requirements DEGREES AWARDED: CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSES: Language Arts Credential, Deaf Education Credential, and Performing Arts Vocational Credential
1992 - Sign Language Specialist at Kendall Demonstration Elementary 1988 to 1991 - American Sign Language (A.S.L.) and Swedish Sign Language (S.S.L.) Instructor in the Dept. of Sign Communication 1987 to 1988 - Night Student Aide at Model Secondary School for the Deaf 1985 to 1987 - Cable System Operator in the Dept. of T.V., Film & Photography X Are you currently receiving a federal retirement pension? Note: Individuals presently receiving a retirement annuity from the Civil Service/Federal Employees Retirement System are subject to reemployment/reinstatement regulations. X How did you learn of this vacancy? From several employees at G.U. & M.S.S.D.
Additional Information
  • Faculty position of the Theatre Arts Department Desired Salary NAME
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Personable Legal Assistant who displays the utmost level of professionalism and confidentiality. Follows directives and employs all necessary steps to excel in high-pressure situations.

  • MS Office proficient
  • Daily docket reports
  • Multi-line switchboard
  • Order and request filing
  • Database management
  • Legal administrative support
  • Proofreading/editing
  • Mental health disorders knowledge
  • Customer service expert
  • Drafting legal documents
  • Cash handling accuracy
  • Loss prevention comprehension
  • Written and oral communication skills
  • Organized
  • Teaching, tutoring and counseling
  • Westlaw and LexisNexis
  • Court reporting
  • Case management
  • Office management
  • Criminal law familiarity
  • Strong problem solver
  • Time management
  • Cognitive behavioral training
  • Seasoned in conflict resolution
  • Exceptional multi-tasker
  • Understands confidentiality
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Energetic self-starter
  • Experience working special needs students
  • Experience working special needs students
Law Clerk Intern
October 2010 to December 2010
Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office Baltimore, MD
  • Met with clients and other legal professionals to discuss case details.
  • Conducted client interviews and all client intake services.
  • Interpreted and relayed legal information in a clear format for clients.
  • Processed all assigned cases according to company and client service level agreements.
  • Managed communication with courts regarding status of petitions and granted orders.
  • Drafted various court documents, invoices and enclosures at attorneys' request.
  • Corresponded daily with clients, insurance adjusters, doctors and attorneys.
  • Drafted legal complaints, summons and interrogatories.
  • Issued subpoenas for all necessary records in preparation for trials.
  • Used computer databases, credit reports, tax and legal filings to locate persons and compile information for investigations.
  • Directed incoming calls to appropriate staff members.
  • True testing.
  • Time/date stamping legal mail.
  • Interacting with inmates in a court setting.
Administrative Assistant
August 2005 to May 2009
Academic Achievement Center Baltimore, MD
  • Drafted meeting agendas, supplied advance materials and executed follow-up for meetings and team conferences.
  • Maintained the front desk and reception area in a neat and organized fashion.
  • Managed the receptionist area, including greeting visitors and responding to telephone and in-person requests for information.
  • Served as central point of contact for all outside vendors needing to gain access to the building.
  • Dispersed incoming mail to correct recipients throughout the office.
  • Made copies, sent faxes and handled all incoming and outgoing correspondence.
  • Organized files, developed spreadsheets, faxed reports and scanned documents.
  • Managed daily office operations and maintenance of equipment.
  • Handled and processed confidential client information.
  • Created PowerPoint presentations used for business development.
Long-Term Substitute Teacher
March 2010 to June 2011
Baltimore City Public Schools Baltimore, MD
  • Developed interesting course plans to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of students.
  • Performed student background reviews to develop tailored lessons based on student needs.
  • Routinely met with students' parents regarding in-class issues and learning interruptions to discuss solutions.
  • Implemented student discipline measures, decreasing classroom disruptions.
  • Earned positive verbal/written feedback from parents regarding classroom instruction and student learning success.
  • Developed and implemented interesting and interactive learning mediums to increase student understanding of course materials.
  • Working with large class sizes ranging from 20-40 students and grade levels K-12.
  • Working with students who have learning disabilities and behavioral problems.
  • Therapeutic Aggression Control Techniques Certificatified

Cashier/Pricing and Accuracy Coordinator
August 2011 to July 2012
Rite Aid Los Angeles, CA
  • Maintained up-to-date knowledge of store policies regarding payments, returns and exchanges.
  • Organized weekly sales reports for the sales department to track product success.
  • Trained new employees.
  • Prevented store losses using awareness, attention to detail and integrity.
  • Created new processes and systems for increasing customer service satisfaction.
  • Computed accurate sales prices for purchase transactions.
  • Worked as a team member performing cashier duties, product assistance and cleaning.
  • Generated sales and inventory reports in Excel with data from a variety of sources, maintaining a 100% accuracy rate.
  • Managed quality communication, customer support and product representation for each client.
  • Worked under strict deadlines and responded to service requests and emergency call-outs.
  • Assisted customers with store and product complaints.
  • Processed and issued money orders for customers.
  • Compiled daily monetary reports and records for store managers.
  • Maintained adequate cash supply in cash drawers in multiple checkout stations.Stocked and rotated inventory regularly.
  • Organized the store by returning all merchandise to its proper place.
  • Stocked and rotated inventory regularly.
  • Processed merchandise returns and exchanges.
  • Completed daily audits
  • Created Planograms
  • Performed heavy load lifting and breaking
  • Operated a cash register to process cash, check and credit card transactions.
  • Answered customers' questions and addressed problems and complaints in person and via phone.
  • Opened and closed the store, which included counting cash drawers and making bank deposits.
  • Balanced the needs of multiple customers simultaneously in a fast-paced retail environment.
  • Maintained visually appealing and effective displays for the entire store.
  • Unloaded trucks, stocked shelves and carried merchandise out on the floor for customers.
  • Responsible for labeling all items instore
  • Managed vendor chargebacks and follow up.
  • Managed vendor chargebacks and follow up.
Artistic Director
August 2009 to December 2009
On The Road Theatre Baltimore, MD
  • Collaborated with cast members to execute seamless performances.
  • Acted as narrator for live theater shows to inform and entertain audiences.
  • Monitoring student's activities and implementing rules and order.
  • Creating weekly agendas for students.
  • students on performance pieces. Keeping confidentiality.
  • Maintaining updated online information.
  • Creating and conducting workshops for promotional and artistic events.
  • Developed and lead warm-up exercises.
  • Contributed to literature work.
  • Overseeing screening and interview process.
  • Reviewing and proofreading scripts.
  • Prioritizing.
Bachelor of Science : Criminal Justice & Theatre, 2009 Towson Univeristy Towson, MD, United States

Graduated Cum Laude