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Work experience

Contributing Writer

The Daily Targum: Inside Beat
  • Write creative articles for the Lifestyle section of the popular school newspaper.
Jan 2015May 2015

URWC and [email protected] Intern

Rutgers Undergraduate Research Writing Conference
  • Plan and participate in the third annual conference set to be held on the Livingston campus, by proctoring student presentations and facilitating the question and answer session, and assist in all management duties for the event.

  • Complete marketing tasks, such as writing articles for the RU news media, design promotional materials, and maintain an online presence across popular platforms, such as Tumblr, Instagram, etc.

  • Demonstrate my editing capabilities by reading submissions, determining which will be published to the [email protected] journal, and proctoring individual sessions to help students revise their papers. 
May 2014Feb 2015

Ignite Speaker Captain

Office of Leadership & Training: The Mark Conference
  • Conducted in-depth interviews prior to selecting student speakers for the leadership conference.
  • Coordinate run-throughs, 1:1’s, and feedback sessions for the Ignite speakers.
  • Train students in storytelling and public speaking in preparation for their speeches.
  • Post an assortment of enticing images, quotes, and conference related content to the Twitter account, in order to promote active engagement with our followers.  
Jun 2014Aug 2014

Social Media/Communications Intern

National Eating Disorders Association 
  • Gathered suitable content for the Tumblr and Twitter by enacting careful Internet research, and posted various inspirational quotes and images accordingly.
  • Synthesized information and used my literary expertise to address relevant news and topics of discussion in my various posts for the NEDA blog.
  • Contributed a review for the Making Connections magazine(Volume 7-Issue3 2014), which summarized the pros and cons of the Eating Disorder Hope blog.


Sep 2011May 2015


Rutgers University 

Communication, English GPA: 2.98

Study Abroad

Accepted to study Creative Writing abroad in Lewes, United Kingdom for the summer term (May 2014 - June 2014). 

  • Developed a portfolio that demonstrated my mastery of the craft within the specialized writing program.


Copy editing. Fact checking. Experience with APA style and adhering to set deadlines. Ability to work efficiently in a fast paced environment.
Social Media
Expertise of Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr. Blogging. Skilled in increasing fellowship across these various platforms. Working knowledge of Wordpress, Hootsuite, and Pintrest. 
Proficiency of Mac software, Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, as well as Google+.
Conflict mediation, conference planning, and relationship building. Highly sufficient in executing tasks individually, or as part of a team.  


May 2015

Certificate in Creative Writing

Rutgers University 
Exemplifies the collaboration of creative work with the critical study of literature.  
Jun 2010Jul 2010

Certificate in Creative Writing 

Columbia University
Completed the intensive Summer Program for High School students. During the Advanced Writing Workshop, I created original works of prose, poetry, and fiction. I also actively participated in class discussions, offered constructive criticism in peer reviews, and developed my technique  to an exemplary degree. 


Caitlin Hamilton/Media & Communications Manager at the National Eating Disorders Association

Contact by phone: 212-575-6200 ext. 330 or e-mail: [email protected]

Robyn Ginese/Interim Director of Student Life, Leadership & Training at Rutgers University 

Contact by phone: (848)-932-9434ext. 330 or e-mail: [email protected]