Work History

Work History
Jan 2015 - May 2015

Spanish Immersion Counselor

Concordia Language Villages (Academic Year)

Immersion teacher and counselor for middle and high school Spanish students at the world-renowned CLV camps.

2013 - 2015

Barista and Food Prepper

Concordia College Dining Services (Academic Year)

Worker in dining services as a weekday Barista at The Coffee Stop and weekend meal ingredient prep-per.

May 2014 - Aug 2014

Dining Room Hostess

Dominion Country Club

Hostess working in a high-end country club, helping members and guests feel at home.

Jun 2013 - Aug 2013

Junior Kumon Tutor and Grader

Kumon Learning Center

Junior Kumon Tutor and Grader working with elementary and preschool aged children to improve their math and reading skills.

2011 - 2013

Volunteer, Children's Museum of Richmond

Children's Museum of Richmond

Worker with Birthday Parties, Arts and Crafts, and performed as CMoR the Dinosaur                                                             

Education

Education
Aug 2013 - May 2017

Vocal Music Education major

Concordia College: Moorhead, MN

 Goal: to become an elementary school music teacher at a Spanish immersion school

References

References

Dr. Michael Culloton

Assistant Professor of Choral Music and Conductor          culloton@cord.edu 218.299.4894

Dr. Kirsten Addison

Dean of Spanish and Portuguese Concordia Language Villages

 addison@cord.edu  218.586.8724

Dr. David McCormick

Long-time professor, director, and mentor: Known for 12 + years dmccorm@verizon.net 804.321.4811

Skills

Skills

Human Interaction

I'm outgoing and great with kids/older adults. I am adept at making people feel welcome and making sure they're needs are met. 

Working Girl: Great Attitude

Old nicknames at previous jobs have included "Kate Can-Do" and "Smiley."     I go the extra mile even when it's not required of me and I'm easy to get along with. My facility with Spanish is often a plus with coworkers and customers. 

Summary

            Kate Westhoven loves jobs interacting with new people, organizing trips to new places, singing to herself, and reading historical fiction. If you are receiving her resume, it means she really wants a job with you. She's trying to get as many working hours as she can both in and out of school in order to save for a trip to Spain in order to become  truly fluent in Spanish. She also hopes to hear from you soon!