287 Custer Street, Hopewell, PA 00000
A current exemplary Wakeland High School student, looking for a position to augment experience and knowledge within a part-time position that provides opportunity for the utilization of child care skills and presents a unique and engaging work environment. Possesses experience working with children in the capacity of educational instruction, and the construction of many positive client relationships within the community.
Curriculum Instructor, Nolan, Gottlieb and Kub. East Reatha, Idaho
Feb. 2018 – Present
The instruction of a variety of student clients in necessary skills. Such instruction includes: assistance with home assignments, instruction in relevant concepts, and implementation of helpful strategies. Areas of instruction include, foreign language, science, mathematics, social studies, and English language.
Instructional Assistant, Effertz-Wintheiser. Changhaven, North Dakota
Jan. 2019 – Present
Assisting students in the completion of mathematics related assignments, as well as instructing students in relevant mathematical concepts.
Southern Powlowski University, Elviefort, South Carolina
High School Diploma, Multidisciplinary, Present
Foreign Language Communication
287 Custer Street, Hopewell, PA 00000
Experienced in archiving, writing, teaching, and working alongside other professionals in the field of history. Ready to accept any responsibility with care and readiness. Deadline assignments and projects always handled with diligence and efficiency. Currently finishing my last semester in Fresno State Graduate Program, completed all the curriculum simply finishing my thesis. Thank you for your consideration.
Nov. 2018 – Jul. 2019
North Isadora, Washington
North Isadora, Washington
Custodian, Runolfsdottir, Borer and Kiehn
I worked as a Part-time custodian to help pay for school. My responsibilities included setting up tables and chairs for events, cleaning and managing the property integrity, fixing and managing equipment and amenities.
Jan. 2018 – Feb. 2018
Port Boycefort, Wisconsin
Port Boycefort, Wisconsin
Instructional Assistant, Dickens, Hegmann and Grant
I worked as an instructional assistant for Dr. Bradley Jones and Dr. Kathleen Roberts History 11 and History 12 classes at Fresno State University while I pursue a Master’s in History. My responsibilities included leading discussion courses every Friday for about 30 students, grading assignments and papers, administering exams and quizzes, emailing student notifications, responding to student inquiries, and entering grades. Excellent student feedback from reviews.
Mar. 2017 – Jul. 2017
Intern archivist, Auer-Breitenberg
I worked alongside head archivist Katy Hogue. My responsibilities included organizing and archiving special collections stored at the society vaults, creating finding aids, researching, and writing articles about different collections within the society.
I published one article in their Fresno Past & Present magazine 2018 issue Vol 49 No.1. The article is titled “The Radio Forum for Better Understanding: Promoting Social Tolerance in the Depression Era.”
Master of Arts: History
- West Beer Institute – New Kelley, Indiana
Bachelor of Arts: History
- North Oklahoma Institute – North Marceline, Alabama
Associate of Arts: Liberal Arts
- Mante Academy – South Rashidachester, Nebraska
Handling Special Collections
Creating Finding Aids
- Get pre-school age children in and out of vehicles
- Assist with unpacking backpacks and getting coats off
- Set up creative play area and prepare craft and snack time
- Take children to the restroom as needed
- Work with children 1 on 1 in areas of development as required in their IEP
- Assessed student social, emotional and academic needs to plan goals appropriately.
- Adhered to predetermined behavior and academic plans and collaborated on adjustments.
- Provided support during classes, group lessons and classroom activities.
- Delivered curriculum in both one-on-one lessons and group learning environments.
- Demonstrated knowledge of evidence-based strategies to foster independence and social academic engagement, developed activities and integrated technology to diversify instruction.
instructional assistant, vision department
- Provided instruction and classroom support to visually impaired students.
- Worked one on one with students to reinforce material being taught by the teachers.
- Prepared of material for students including Braille.
- Worked closely with vision teachers as well as classroom teachers to create an environment conducive to student development.
- Adapted teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students’ varying needs, abilities, and interests.
- Observes and recording of behavior patterns and assists with developing appropriate techniques to reinforce acceptable behavior.
- Assisting students in academic and non-academic subjects.
- Monitoring and administration of student testing and scores.
- Assisting the teacher with the development and presentation of learning materials and instructional exercise.
- Tutor the students individually or in small groups.
- Oversee and supervise students during classroom activities, in the library and community outings.
- Filing, typing, data entry, coping, laminating, and answering the phone.
- Tutored and mentored students individually or in groups to help them master strategic thinking and leadership skills
- Collaborated with parents and colleagues in planning and establishing developmental activities to maximize learning potential
- Presented subject matters to students under the guidance of teachers using lectures, discussions or demonstrations
- Provided students with a positive and enthusiastic role model
- Guide and counsel students with adjustment or academic problems, or special needs.
- Prepare reports on students and weekly work plans and communicate to supervisor.
- Attend professional meetings, conferences, and workshops to maintain and improve professional competence.
- Working with special needs students to promote as much self sufficiency and learning as possible.
- Infinite Campus Building Coach for Green County High School
- Computer Lab Assistant
- Attendance Clerk
- Assisted teachers, staff, and students with specific needs throughout the building.
- Assistant STLP Advisor
- In different classes I would prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
- Prepare and remedial programs for students requiring extra help.
- Maintains confidentiality regarding child/youth and his/her family.
- Initiate, facilitate, and moderate classroom discussions.*Reports incidences of suspected of child abuse in compliance with mandated reporting requirements.
- Taught on average 30 students per classroom on a variety of subjects to various age groups and school levels.
- Dutifully assisted teaching staff in a plethora of activities such as the classroom, cafeteria, and playground.
- Engaged and educated students through unique sets of classroom routines and activities.
- Maintained a 100% accuracy rate in the upkeep of assignment sheets to maintain file compliance.
- Helps to increase the child/youth’s social and community competencies by building or reinforcing those daily living skills that will assist the child/youth in living successfully at home and in the community or school.
- Assists in developing the child/youth’s ability to sustain self-directed appropriate behavior,internalize a sense of social responsibility, and/or enable participation proactively in community activities.
- Ensures safety of client at all times during the provision of Therapeutic Behavioral Services remains responsive to the client’s needs.
- Verifies the authorization for medical treatment forms and any other required forms are completed and on file.
- One on one tutoring with students
- Small group student reinforcement of skills
- Inclusion teaching/team teaching
- Teacher support
- Assist classroom teacher in multiple classrooms, autism and related challenges, ages 3-15
- Utilize discrete trial teaching and natural environment teaching for goal implementation
- Assist in conducting VB-MAPP
- Helps to minimize the child/youth’s impulsive behavior.
- Prepare and implement remedial programs for students requiring extra help.students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations.
- Collaboration with and support for the family caregivers’ efforts to provide a positive environment for the child/youth.
- Assists the child/youth to engage in, or remain engaged in, appropriate activities.
- Provides one on one direct behavioral intervention with children/youth.
- Serves as a positive role model for the child/youth.
- Provides time-structuring activities.
- Provides immediate behavioral reinforcements.
- Provides appropriate time-out strategies.
- Develops behavioral treatment plans with input of treatment team.
- Provides cognitive behavioral approaches, such as cognitive restructuring, use of hierarchies, and graduated exposure.
- Ensures the health, safety, and well-being of all the children.
- Cleaning and sanitizing toys and class equipment.
- Communicate with children’s parents about daily activities, behaviors, and other related issues
- Preparing materials for class activities
- Creating & Implementing lesson plans.
- Plans and participates in parent teacher conferences
- Limited supervision of other Instructional assistants and youth workers.
- Confer with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
- Maintain computers in classrooms and laboratories and assist students with hardware and software use.
- Grade homework and tests, and compute and record results, using answer sheets or electronic marking devices.
- Take class attendance and maintain attendance records.
- Prepare lesson outlines and plans in assigned subject areas and submit outlines to teachers for review.
- Participate in teacher-parent conferences regarding students’ progress or problems.
- Attend staff meetings and serve on committees, as required.