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  • Raclawicka 9, Cracow, 30-075 Poland       
  • 537 583 887

Aleksandra Myszkowska


Oct 2014Present

Faculty of Management

Cracow University of Economics

Human resource management (bachelor degree, full-time)

Oct 2013Jul 2013

Faculty of Accounting and Controlling

Cracow University of Economics
Sep 2010Jul 2013

College of Industry, Economics and Law in Berdichev

Business Economics

Work History

Jun 2016Sep 2016

Summer Camp Counselor

Pine Forest Camp, Pennsylvania State, USA
  • living in a bunk with 10 campers and 2 co-counselors. There, taking responsibility for each child's general welfare. This could include handling disputes, comforting campers with homesickness, helping and guiding campers to clean their cabins daily, and much more.
  • Providing dance activity. help write and implement a daily schedule for camp groups;
  • organize and lead a variety of small and large group dance activities each day;
  • ensure that the dancehall is kept clean, organized, and free of litter;
  • identify and respond to camper behavior issues;
  • report concerns to Camp Leadership, and solving problems with campers.
  • Communicate with parents and about participant’s experiences on The Visiting Day.
April 2016

Erasmus+ youth exchange: "It's in your D.N.A.(Development Needs Actions)”

  • work on developing and improving communication, self-management and personal skills in order to increase the employability;
  • sharing the experience and good practice examples in order to learn from other participants;
  • getting knowledge and skills needed these days in the environment of increased youth unemployment;
  • using non-formal learning methods, such as: workshops, public speaking practice, simulation game and many others;
  • positive impact on personal and social development of the participants;
  • gaining and improving skills that are important for young people living in the enlarged Europe like intercultural competence, ability to work in international team, language skills.
    • This project help participants to raise self-confidence when being in unusual situations and also increase the interest about other countries and cultures.
    Jun 2015Sep 2015

    Kitchen Support Staff

    Pine Forest Camp, Pennsylvania State, USA
    • Followed procedures for safe food preparation, assembly, and presentations
    • Built loyal clientele through friendly interactions and consistent appreciation
    • Resolved complaints promptly and professionally
    • Cross-trained and coordinated scheduling with team members to ensure seamless service/


    • Languages:             Polish- fluent

                                          Ukrainian - native

                                          Russian - native

                                          English – professional proficiency


    • Good working knowledge of MS Office package
    • Excellent communication & interpersonal skills
    • Strong analytical & problem solving skills
    • Driving license

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