Hollie Macdonald

  • Farmville, VA
  • 7575085120 - hollie.macdonald@live.longwood.edu

Objective 

To obtain acceptance to graduate school in order to pursue my masters degree in Criminology. 

Education

Education
Aug 2012 - May 2016

Bachelors Degree in Psychology 

Longwood University
Minor in Criminology

Intercollegiate Athletics

Skills

 NCAA Division I Field Hockey;           Longwood University. 

2012 – Present
First team All MAC academic team
Second team all MAC conference 2014.
Devoted 35+ hours per week to athletic in addition to holding a full-time Dean’s List student standing during the past 4 semesters.
Exercised leadership skills along with practicing self-discipline on and off the field
Practiced excellent teamwork skills and a strong work ethic by promoting camaraderie
Reacted to complex situations quickly and effectively
Implemented commitment and responsibility towards fellow players and coaches through respect and dedication.

Community Service and Honor Societies

  • Volunteered in Special Olympics 2012-2014 at Longwood University
  • Volunteered in the Big Event at Longwood University in 2013
  • Member of the National Honor Society of Leadership and Success
  • Member of Psi Chi, International Honor Society of Psychology.

Skills

  • Certified in Suicide Detection/Prevention by SafeTalk
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Word, SPSS. 
  • Red Cross certified in Child Care
  • Accepted into and completed  the Newport News Police Department Ride Along Program 2015
  • Very personable and hardworking

Work History

Work History
May 2015 - Aug 2015

Behavioral Analyst

Peninsula Regional Animal, Newport News, VA
Canine Behavioral Analyst
Analyzed all canines in the shelter before they were put up for adoption using SAFER protocol. Participated in events and PR for the shelter and also socialized animals that needed human interaction before it was safe to re-home them.
Jan 2012 - Apr 2012

Coach

Newport News Indoor Field Hockey League
Responsible for instructing kids aged 10-12 in indoor field hockey league, displayed excellent communication with players, parents, and co,-coaches, and responsible for scheduling games and practices.
Jul 2010 - Jul 2011

Summer Teen Camp Counselor

Jamestown 4-H Education Center
Teen Counselor: Unpaid teen counseling position for one week each summer at Jamestown 4-H Center. Supervising up to 40 kids aged 7-12, 24 hours a day, during various outdoor activities. Canoeing, swimming, archery and camping instructor.

References 

Dr. Virginia Beard
                     Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminology at Longwood University. 
                      - beardvr@longwood.edu

Iain Byers
                     Longwood University Head Field Hockey Coach 
                      - byersid@longwood.edu 

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