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Professional Summary
Fairly new to the world of theater but have received training in many roles in a short amount of time. Most experience in props and directing and eager to learn more about these and other positions.
Skills

  • Basic lighting
  • Scheduling
  • Budgeting
  • Detail-oriented



  • Confident making decisions
  •  MS Office proficient
  • Research
Work History
Work Study Student, 10/2016 to Current
Judy UlrichUniversity of Montana Western
Performed basic maintenance duties like cleaning dressing rooms, returning costumes to storage, and refocusing lights. Assisted set designers with construction of set and was in charge of striking set. Props master for school's production of Laundry & Bourbon and Lone Star, The Cat in the Hat, and And Then There Were None. Lighting designer and assistant director for Waiting for Lefty.

Collator, 01/2012 to 04/2012
John CarbahalCarbahal & Company
Prepared and retrieved client records for CPAs.

Babysitter/Nanny, 02/2016 to 04/2016
James & Eva ZachariahChennai, India
Looked after three children aged one, two, and five.

Education
Bachelor of Science: Molecular Biology & Drama minor, Current
University of Montana Western - 710 S. Atlantic St., Dillon, MT 59725
Bachelor of Science: Biology/ Pre-Med Sacramento City College - 3835 Freeport Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95822
Coursework
Accounting, Advanced Composition, Introduction to Theater, Medieval Art History, Theater for Social Protest
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Summary

Product specialist/sales support with wide-ranging medical field and operating room experience with a passion for health and wellness. Experience communicating regularly with physicians about current and new products in order to support sales representatives. Seeking a challenging and rewarding role as a Sales Representative.

Experience
On-Site Specialist 03/2019 to Current Stryker Corporation Taylor, MI

- Provide clinical surgical support by managing all relevant equipment.
- Responsible for trouble-shooting and maintaining Stryker equipment and or other related devices.
- Work with surgeons, O.R. personnel, central processing, biomedical and all other related personnel.
- Provide physicians and OR personnel with information on new and current products.
- Accurately record and report all surgical procedure information.
- Analyze and resolve both routine and non-routine product issues expediently using independent judgment.

Certified Athletic Trainer 07/2018 to 03/2019 Beaumont Health System Taylor, MI
  • Provide athletic training services to Grosse Ile High School in Grosse Ile, MI.
  • Regular injury documentation requiring detailed note keeping and punctual implementation.
  • Constant and effective communication with student athletes, coaches, and parents every day.
  • Clerical paperwork such as collecting and inputting pre-participation physicals and physician notes.
  • Work independently and use time management skills in a busy and hectic work environment.
Athletic Trainer 06/2017 to 05/2018 Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center Mishawaka, IN
  • Provides athletic training services to Bethel College, an NAIA institution in Mishawaka, IN.
  • Covered Men's Rugby, Women's Basketball, Softball, Men's/Women's Tennis and assisted with other sports as needed.
  • In frequent contact with team physician and other members of the sports medicine team.
  • Frequent use of manual therapy with variety of athletes.
  • Event coverage of varying University of Notre Dame club sports.
Education and Training
Master of Science: Athletic Training 2017 Lenoir-Rhyne University Hickory, NC, USA
Bachelor of Science: Exercise Science 2015 Indiana Wesleyan University Marion, IN, USA
Skills

- Proficient with Microsoft Office

- On-the-spot problem solving

- Perform well under pressure

- Pick up on new concepts and information quickly

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Professional Summary
Motivated law student with strong leadership skills bringing years of experience in collaboration, critical thinking, concise communication and competitive sports.
Education
LLB: Third Year of Law, 2016 - 2019
University of London, Queen Mary - London, England
Ontario Secondary School Diploma: High School, 2016
The Academy for Gifted Children (P.A.C.E) - Richmond Hill, ON
  • Ontario Scholar:  Average of six courses - 92% (2015 - 2016)
Experience
Student Advisor , 09/2018 to Current
Legal Advice Centre, Queen Mary University Of London (QMUL)London, United Kingdon
Legal Summer Student, 07/2018 to 09/2018
Jennifer Klotz Law Firm Professional CorporationToronto, ON

Responsibilities include preparing legal document for client files and for courts.  Research and assistance in drafting case submissions i.e land law and administrative work when required.  Creation of legal documents for the sale of property, i.e. land law.

Engaging Refugee Youth Project - Project Associate, 07/2018 to 09/2018
Council of Agencies Serving South Asians (CASSA)Scarborough, ON

Project Lead:  Engaging Refugee Youth – Legal Education

Responsibilities include to lead the planning and facilitation of the legal education forums.   Prepare and deliver presentations across Ontario, conduct event outreach, liaise between key stakeholders, assist in communications/social media activities and provide administrative and outreach support to project coordinator.

Legal Student, 07/2018 to 08/2018
Canadian Centre for Men and Families Legal ClinicToronto, Ontario

Responsibilities include to assist the legal team to  expand legal resources covering family law, criminal law and human rights law - employment law.  This includes client care and to maintain responsibility for client files while in possession of them, as well as, participate in client interviews and administrative tasks.

Legal Student, 06/2018 to 06/2018
Legal Advice Centre, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL)London, United Kingdom

Initial point of contact to handle client inquiries, activities include but not limited to shadowing solicitors, drafting reports, problem management and client interviews.

Reed Smith Open Day, 11/2017 to 11/2017
Reed SmithEngland

An opportunity to experience a day within one of London's top law firms.  An experience aimed at providing students with a level of insight within the company to better understand the life of an employee in a top class firm.

Student Adviser - Training, 10/2017 to 12/2017
Legal Advice Centre, Queen Mary University Of London (QMUL)London, United Kingdom

Training program that allowed students to research and critically evaluate active appeal cases.  This includes drafting a direction to council, to potentially be submitted by the supervising solicitors during an active appeals case.

Leadership
  • Social Executive:  QMUL Futsol League (2017 - 2018)
  • Student Council Representative:  P.A.C.E. Athletic Convener (2015 - 2016)
  • Model United Nations (UN) Delegate: Participated in SSICSM as Delegate, participated in SOMA as a UN Candidate, participated in UTMUN as a UN Candidate (2014 - 2016)
  • Judge:  P.A.C.E Science Odyssey (2015)
  • Team Captain:  P.A.C.E - Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, Flag Football, Ultimate Frisbee, Hockey (2012 - 2016), BRYST Academy Soccer (2013, 2014)
  • Soccer Coach:  Assistant Coach - BRYST Academy Soccer Team, Head U8 Coach - Richmond Hill Soccer Club
  • Leadership Skills Development:  Camp Olympia (2013)
Community Involvement
  • Counsellor:  Sports Specialist (July/August), 2017:  Green Acres Camp
  • Assistant Soccer Coach (July/August), 2012 - 2015:  BRYST Soccer Academy – Newmarket, ON
  • Participant in RBC Run for Kids: Running 5K in support of the well being of Kids and Youth (2015) 
  • U8 Soccer Coach , 06/2014 - 08/2014:  Richmond Hill Soccer Club – Richmond Hill, ON
  • Customer Service Supervisor, 07/2013:  RBC Canadian Golf Open Championship – Toronto, ON
  • Before Care Elementary School Supervisor, 09/2014 - 06/2015:  The Academy for Gifted Children – Richmond Hill, ON
  • Grade 3 - Teaching Assistant, 09/2012 - 01/2013:  The Academy For Gifted Children – Richmond Hill, ON
  • Student Volunteer (Annual Mother's Day Event), 2012 - 2014:  Caribbean North – Richmond Hill, ON
Awards

Athletic Awards

  • Gold Medal:  QMUL - Futsol (Soccer) (2018)
  • Senior Male Athlete of the Year Award (2015 - 2016, 2014 - 2015)
  • Junior Athlete of the Year Award (2013-2014)
  • First Place In U20 Ultimate Frisbee tournament (2013-2014, 2012 - 2013)
  • Third Place in 4x100 Relay Track and Field

Academic Awards 

  • Gold P Award (2015 - 2016) 
  • Honours Award (2013-2014, 2012 - 2013)

Other Awards

  • First Place in University of Toronto Model United Nations (UN) - Awarded to P.A.C.E as the School Award (2015)
  • Third Place in University of Toronto Model United Nations (UN) - Crisis Contemporary Committee:  Rio (February 2016) 
  • Ontario Sears Drama Festival:  District Festival Award for Distinctive Merit in Script Writing (March 2016)
  • Award of Excellence in Drama (2016)
  • Citizenship Award (2015-2016, 2014 - 2015, 2013 - 2014)
  • Dramatic Arts Award:  Best Actor in the play Bjorn (2013-2014) 
Extra-Curricular Activities

School Activities 

  • Dramatic Arts Performance:  Unmasked, Bjorn, The Little Prince, Death (2013 - 2015)
  • McMaster University Science Olympics (2015)
  • Achieved Marine Biology High School Credit in Honduras (2015)
  • Participated in the following P.A.C.E. Tournaments: Tennis, Soccer, Softball, Basketball, Volleyball, Flag Football, Track and Field, Ultimate Frisbee, Hockey, Cross Country Running 

Competitive Sports

  • University of London, Queen Mary:  Futsol Football (Soccer) League (Jan. 2017 - Present)
  • Ontario Soccer League (OSL):  Soccer Player U20 (2014 - 2015)
  • BRYST Academy:  Soccer Player (2010 - 2015)
  • US Soccer Showcase:  Baltimore (2013), Boston (2014) 
  • International Soccer Showcase:  Italy (2012, 2015), England (2013)
Certifications
  • Certified Ontario Soccer Referee
  • Certified Scuba Diver (First Level)
  • Swimming Certification Level:  Second Star
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Professional Summary

Quality-focused student assistant with an excellent work ethic who is committed to approaching administrative tasks with tenacity and attention to detail.

Skills
  • Experience with special-needs students
  • Effective time management
  • Organized
  • Hard working
  • Task orientated
  • Professional and mature
  • Strong problem solver
  • Excellent planner and coordinator
  • Works well under pressure
  • Flexible
Work History
Undergraduate Assistant For Academic Counselor, 01/2017 to Current
Student Athlete Support Services Auburn, AL
  • Graduate Assistant for Auburn Athletics Department (May 2019 - Present).
  • Assistant Academic Counselor for Women's Equestrian (May 2019 - Present).
  • Academic Counselor Graduate Assistant for Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving, and Football (May 2019 - Present).
  • Taught Reading Comprehension Program (decoding) to Summer Bridge student-athletes (June 2019 - Present).
  • Provide academic support for 130 – 145 student-athletes as an undergraduate assistant from Football (May 2017 - May 2019), Men's Basketball (May 2017 - May 2019), Women's Volleyball (September 2017 – November 2017), Women's Equestrian (September 2017 – November 2017), and Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving (September 2017 – November 2017) by assisting Academic Counselors in creating individualized plans for each student-athlete.
  • Assisted academic support and communication with Learning Specialist (May 2017 – Present).
  • Work with TeamWorks, Advise Assist, SpotterEDU, Tracker, and Banner Operating Systems to run Tutor reports, grade reports, course registration, study table reports, and enrolled hours report.
  • Create daily accountability reports to be sent to coaches that communicate expectations in regards to study table, tutoring, weekly meetings, SpotterEDU incorrect settings and class attendance.
  • Communicate with Class Checking Graduate assistants about cancelled classes, beacon issues, classroom changes, and general issues.
  • Interpret reports from SpotterEDU, human class checkers, and professors on a daily basis.
  • Ensure that all settings are correct on SpotterEDU for each student-athlete.
  • Create weekly composite reports, watch list reports, structured study hall reports and grade reports. 
  • Regularly communicate with student-athletes about discrepancies in class attendance, Mentor appointments, Tutor appointments, study table hours, and grades. 
  • Meet weekly with 10-15 students-athletes to monitor academic progress, discuss study strategies, and adjust academic support if improvement is needed.
  • Assist student-athletes with Tutor requests and course registration by looking at degree-applicable hours, practice conflicts, in or out of season, and difficulty of courses.
  • Maintain and update student grades bi-weekly by collecting grades from students, recording grades, and following up with students for any missing grades, upcoming assignments, and clarification on poor performances.
  • Create and update grade watch list to closely monitor at-risk student-athletes and pre-watch list for those on the verge of becoming at-risk.
  • Create and update weekly grade reports for position coaches meetings and full coaches meetings to closely monitor at-risk student-athletes academically and eligibility wise.
  • Utilize DegreeWorks and curriculum sheets to evaluate degree-applicable classes and track degree progress.
  • Assist in tracking eligibility of student-athletes and developing course strategy to ensure they are in enough degree applicable hours to meet semester and yearly hour requirement, percentage towards their degree, and GPA to maintain eligibility.
  • Assist in finding transient courses and communication with other schools for student-athletes.
  • Create booklets and practice schedules for Camp War Eagle and SOS.
  • Assist in Camp War Eagle to ensure all incoming freshman and transfer students attend a session, discover campus resources, departments, use online systems, meet/introduce themselves to their academic advisor and academic counselors, and register for classes.
Internship, 03/2019 to 05/2019
Opelika High School Opelika, AL (297 Hours)
  • Resource Room  (9th -12th grade)
  • 9th and 10th grade History Inclusion
  • Kept learning environments focused, inclusive and supportive at all times.
  • Worked with individual students to provide personalized educational, behavioral and emotional support.
  • Prepared instructional materials for group and one-on-one use. Maintained student safety in classroom and outside environments.
  • Worked collaboratively with other teachers to review data and develop instructional strategies to address student-learning objectives.
  • Drafted lesson plans and submitted for review and feedback.
  • Modified the general education curriculum for special-needs students based on various instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Planned and implemented creative lessons in accordance with district, county, state and federal guidelines.
  • Taught multiple subjects to students with intellectual or emotional disabilities. 
  • Assisted with the organization and administration of standardized testing.
  • Created and taught engaging lessons and activities.
  • Collected, analyzed and tracked data on student progress. 
  • Met regularly with parents and guardians to discuss student's progress.
  • Created and managed IEPs to define student learning objectives and educational strategies, in addition to applying instructional knowledge and methods to support goals.
  • Attended students IEP and SAAFP meetings.
  • Reviewed students old and new IEPs. 
  • Wrote/edited students new IEPS for the 2019-2020 school year.
  • Wrote/edited students SAAFPs for the end of the 2019 school year. 
  • Reviewed students IEP and SAAFP paperwork for annual meetings and wrote each meetings minutes.
  • Attended and participated in students BIP meetings.
  • Wrote student annual goals.
  • Met with students on a weekly basis to discuss grades and missing assignments. 
  • Met with students on a weekly basis to work on IEP goals.
  • Adapted teaching methods and materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Created lesson plans and scheduled each day to promote maximum student learning and enrichment.
  • Created QR codes for teachers to answer 4 individually based questions to assess students behavior goals on a daily-weekly basis.
  • Instructed up to 24 students in whole group.
  • Instructed up to 12 students individually and in groups.
  • Worked with students with moderate to severe autism to increase life skills. 
  • Worked with students across multiple classifications and degrees of special needs.
  • Gave one-on-one attention to students, while maintaining overall focus on entire group.
Internship, 01/2019 to 03/2019
Northside Intermediate School Opelika, AL (294 Hours)
  • Resource Room and Inclusion (3rd and 4th grade)
  • Kept learning environments focused, inclusive and supportive at all times.
  • Worked with individual students to provide personalized educational, behavioral and emotional support. 
  • Prepared instructional materials for group and one-on-one use.
    Maintained student safety in classroom and outside environments.
  • Worked collaboratively with other teachers to review data and develop instructional strategies to address student learning objectives.
  • Drafted lesson plans and submitted for review and feedback.
  • Modified the general education curriculum for special-needs students based on various instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Planned and implemented creative lessons in accordance with district, county, state and federal guidelines.
  • Taught multiple subjects to students with intellectual or emotional disabilities. 
  • Assisted with the organization and administration of standardized testing.
  • Determined student strengths and weaknesses through DIBELS, STAR testing and weekly assessments.
  • Created and taught engaging lessons and activities.
  • Collected, analyzed and tracked data on student progress. 
  • Met regularly with parents and guardians to discuss children's progress.
  • Instructed up to 8 students individually and in groups.
  • Instructed up to 24 students in whole group.
  • Adapted teaching methods and materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.
  • Assessed students' reading levels using DIBELS Next and Leveled Reading Passages.
  • Created lesson plans and scheduled each day to promote maximum student learning and enrichment.
Practicum Student, 08/2018 to 12/2018
Ogletree Elementary School Auburn, AL (144 Hours)
  • Resource Room and Inclusion (3rd and 5th grade)
  • Kept learning environments focused, inclusive and supportive at all times.
  • Worked with individual students to provide personalized educational, behavioral and emotional support.
  • Prepared instructional materials for group and one-on-one use.
  • Maintained student safety in classroom and outside environments.
  • Documented behaviors, interventions and results.
  • Set up visual aids, equipment and classroom displays.
  • Planned, implemented, monitored and assessed classroom instructional program.
  • Created new lesson plans based on course objectives.
  • Observed teachers and students.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans.
  • Developed and implemented Academic and Behavioral Intervention Plans.
  • Promoted good behavior by using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Instructed students in small groups with phonics groups, reading comprehension, mathematics, spelling, and rime blending.
  • Engaged with children individually to meet their emotional and physical needs.
  • Encouraged child involvement in classroom experiences.
Practicum Student, 06/2018 to 07/2018
Therapeutic Camp: Drake Middle School Auburn, AL (51 Hours)
  • Therapeutic Camp (Ages: 20-35)
  • Worked with individual students to provide personalized educational, behavioral and emotional support.
  • Maintained student safety in classroom and outside environments.
  • Prepared instructional materials for group and one-on-one use.
  • Kept learning environments focused, inclusive and supportive at all times.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans
  • Developed and implemented Academic and Behavioral Intervention Plans
  • Instructed students in small groups
  • Engaged with children and adults individually to meet their emotional and physical needs
  • Encouraged child/adult involvement in camp experiences
Practicum Student, 01/2018 to 05/2018
West Smiths Station Elementary School Smiths Station, AL (132 Hours)
  • Resource Room (1-3rd)
  • Observe teachers and students
  • Promote good behavior by using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Instruct students in small groups with phonics groups, reading comprehension, mathematics, spelling, and rime blending.
  • Engage with children individually to meet their emotional and physical needs.
  • Encourage child involvement in classroom experiences.
Teacher Aide, 01/2018 to 04/2018
Service Learning: Wrights Mill Road Elementary School Auburn, AL (25 Hours)
  • Assist the after-school program teacher in supervising snack time and indoor and outdoor play.
  • Collaborate with after-school teachers in supervising and assisting students with their homework. 
Teacher Aide, 08/2017 to 12/2017
Service Learning: Little H.A.P.I.E. Tree Preschool Auburn, AL (25 Hours)
  • Assisted the classroom teacher in calendar, rotation groups, and indoor and outdoor play.
  • Helped tailor lesson plans and activities for students with emotional, cognitive, and learning disabilities and for students with autism spectrum disorder.
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes and color recognition.
  • Planned and led activities to develop students' physical, emotional and social growth in an inclusive classroom. 
Junior Panhellenic , 12/2016 to 12/2017
Auburn University Panhellenic: Pi Beta Phi Auburn, AL
  • Pi Beta Phi correspondent with Auburn University Panhellenic.
  • Attended Panhellenic Council every other week.
  • Attended Junior Panhellenic meeting every other week to discuss Panhellenic events and duties.
  • Attended every Panhellenic event and performed needed activities for each event.
  • Assisted VP Communications with Panhellenic duties. (for example: hosting council, saving seats and taking attendance at Panhellenic events).
Teachers Aide, 01/2016 to 01/2016
Pre-Teaching: Norma Coombs Alternative School (K-12) Pasadena, CA
  • Self-contained classroom 
  • Observed and worked with students to improve overall learning
  • Observed classroom teacher and student aides
Athletic Recruiting, 02/2016 to 05/2019
Auburn University Auburn, AL
  • Representative of Auburn University Athletics to asset prospective student-athletes and their families on visits to Auburn, including tours of campus and facilities
Education
Bachelor of Education: Collaborative Special Education (K-12), 2019
Auburn University - Auburn, AL
  • Minored in Business
  • Minored in Psychology
  • Graduated with 3.76 GPA
  • Graduated magna cum laude
  • Continuing education in Administration of Higher Education
Master of Education: Administration of Higher Education, 2020
Auburn University - Auburn, AL
Certifications
  • Council for Exceptional Children Membership
  • Green Dot 
  • QPR: Suicide Prevention Training
  • CPR/First Aid Training
  • Alabama Class B Professional Educator Certificate (May 2019)
Accomplishments
  • Student Employment Awards – Auburn University (2018 and 2019 On-Campus Student Employee of the Year Nominee)
  • Dean's List of the College of Education: (Summer 2017, Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Spring 2019)
  • Honor Societies: (Sigma Alpha Pi, The Society for Collegiate Leadership and Achievement, The National Society of Leadership and Success)
  • Girl Scouts: (Gold Award, Emerging Leader)