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In addition to clinical rotations at AnMed Health Medical Center and Greenville Health System, I had the invaluable opportunity to be a part of the Surgeons for Sight medical team to the Dominican Republic.  My internship with USC Sports Medicine during my last year at the University of South Carolina provided both clinical assistance and Operating Room observation, and I have been fortunate to have been able to shadow and work with several physician assistants in Greenville, South Carolina whose specialties include Cardiology, Emergency Room, and Internal Medicine.  My academic courses and experiences working with exceptional physicians and registered nurses, both in the hospital and in the field, have prepared me clinically and professionally for my first position as a registered nurse following my graduation.  I also believe that my organizational, critical thinking, and time management skills, as well as my commitment to providing excellent medical care, will be an asset to your health care team. 


May 2015Aug 2016

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Accelerated Program

Anderson University
  • Current GPA: 3.27
Aug 2010May 2014

Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science

University of South Carolina
  • Emphasis: Scientific Foundations Minor: Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior
  • Overall GPA: 3.417

Study Abroad: History of Sports Culture, May 2013, Greece and Italy

Honors and Awards

Honors Dean’s List, multiple recipient

  • Maintained a grade point average of 3.50 or higher earned on a minimum of 12 credited semester hours

South Carolina LIFE Scholarship

The Legislative Incentive for Future Excellence (LIFE) Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship program administered by the financial aid office at each eligible public and independent institution in South Carolina.

  • Earned a minimum of a cumulative 3.0 grade point average based on the SC Uniform Grading Scale upon high school graduation
  • Scored at least an 1100 on the SAT or an equivalent 24 on the ACT
  • Ranked in the top 30% of my graduating high school class
  • Earned an average of 30 credit hours by the end of each academic year (fall, spring, summer) equaling a minimum of 30 credit hours consistent with the policies and procedures of the institution if a rising second year student, 60 credit hours if a rising third year student consistent with the policies and procedures of the institution, or 90 credit hours consistent with the policies and procedures of the institution if a rising fourth year student
  • Earned a minimum 3.0 LIFE grade point average based on grades earned at the University of South Carolina excluding remedial, continuing education, and non-degree credit courses by the end of each academic year (fall, spring, summer)

Thornwell Scholar Scholarship

  • Recipients presented an average SAT score of 1223 on critical reading and math combined (or ACT composite score of 27) and an average weighted high school GPA of 4.15.
  • Maintained a 3.0 grade point average or higher throughout all four years at the University of South Carolina

Related Experience

May 2015Present

Student Nurse

Anderson University

Anderson & Greenville, SC

  • Listened to patients and responded with appropriate care as an advocate for the best possible treatment combination considering accessibility, availability, and cost of healthcare
  • Considered patients' cultural and ethical beliefs and remained nonjudgmental and respectful
  • Developed therapeutic relationships and communication with a diverse client population
  • Administered intravenous, oral, subcutaneous, and intramuscular medications
  • Demonstrated ability to handle demanding time schedule and be an effective member of the health care team
  • Documented and updated client information while maintaining client confidentiality
  • Prioritized duties based on clients' needs
  • Managed care of 1-3 patients in Adult Medical/Surgical setting
  • Performed assessments in a Maternal/Newborn Clinical, adapting to each individual experience and recognizing the possible complications for both mother and child during each stage
  • Observed and assisted in one vaginal delivery
  • Focused on the nursing implications of patients with both mental health and medical issues
Aug 2014Aug 2014

Ophthalmic Technician

Surgeons for Sight
  • Assisted with preoperative tests to measure eyes of surgical patients to determine intraocular lens prescriptions
  • Observed cataract surgeries while assisting in the Operating Room
  • Provided postoperative care for cataract surgical patients
Jan 2014May 2014

Student Intern

USC Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics
  • Prepared Orthovisc and steroid injections as well as assembled surgery packets
  • Observed anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction and ulnar collateral ligament (UCL) repair
  • Observed concussion management using SCAT3 forms and ImPACT tests
Feb 2014May 2014

Student Intern

University of South Carolina: Sports Nutrition
  • Designed an EXCEL spreadsheet of nutritional information of performance bars and carbohydrate boosters/shakes
  • Researched and critiqued data for athletes of each sport that ate breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the USC Student-Athlete Academic Enrichment Center
  • Compiled and interpreted data for food consumed by non-athletes
  • Surveyed and devised tables of calcium and gluten foods for lactose intolerant and gluten-free students
Jan 2014May 2014

Student Intern

University of South Carolina: Sports Medicine
  • Developed positive relationships with student athletes, graduate assistants, coaches, and administrators
  • Set up and performed physical therapy modalities including Vibra Stim, Ultrasound, and Diathermy
  • Helped promote positive team spirit and was a team player with rotation of job responsibilities for preparation of daily practices as well as home matches, meets, and games for Softball, Soccer, and Track & Field
  • Organized and filed medical records and insurance information
July 2013July 2013


St. Jude Medical

Pacemaker Sales Representative

  • Observed the interrogation of Pacemaker machines and the implantation of Automatic Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillators
May 2012Aug 2012


Covenant Internal Medicine

Physician Assistant

  • Studied routine medical management health screens in addition to the management of hypertension and diabetes
May 2012Aug 2012


Bon Secours St. Francis Health System

Emergency Room Physician Assistant and Cardiology Physician Assistant

  • Surveyed management of acute medical problems in the Emergency Room
  • Analyzed both chemical and Bruce Treadmill Stress Tests to assist in detecting Coronary Disease
  • Interacted in a professional manner with doctors, patients, and other medical staff

Leadership Role

Jan 2014May 2014

Student Manager

University of South Carolina: Beach Volleyball
  • Developed positive relationships with student athletes, graduate assistants, coaches, administrators, and referees
  • Prepped for practice and matches by setting up courts, music, and cameras
  • Recorded scores, drill times, and rankings during practice
  • Completed score sheets for the referees during matches
  • Assisted the graduate assistant with operational tasks including travel planning, equipment, and gear
  • Coordinated food and details for home events
Aug 2012Nov 2012

Sisterhood Enrichment Team (SET) Leader

Kappa Delta Sorority, Beta Zeta Chapter
  • Mentored incoming freshmen
  • Encouraged positive feedback, loyalty, and team spirit
  • Facilitated in the development of leadership skills and in building self-confidence

Additional Experience

Jun 2013Present

Sales Associate

Monkee's of the West End

  • Maintain store operations including opening, closing, and inventory calculations and control
  • Convey exceptional customer service through engagement, attitude, communication, and follow-up
  • Achieve sales goals of $95,000 to $300,000 per month through teamwork
  • Assist in buying merchandise and conducting sales and promotional events

Extracurricular Activities

Aug 2010May 2014

Student Member

Exercise Science Club
  • Raised money and awareness for the 2013 Midlands'  Heart Walk partnered with the American Heart Association by passing out flyers and encouraging the importance of physical activity to reduce risk of Cardiovascular Disease
  • Participated annually in World Activity Day to motivate students to live a healthy life style through physical activity
Oct 2010May 2014

Student Member

Kappa Delta Sorority, Beta Zeta Chapter
  • Assisted in fundraising efforts raising more than $30,000 for Children’s Trust and Prevent Child Abuse America the last three years and $52,000 this year through letter writing and volunteering at miscellaneous events held throughout the year
  • Raised awareness for child abuse by passing out pinwheels around South Carolina’s campus as well as the city of Columbia
  • Enhanced courage, confidence, and character in the Girl Scouts of Columbia, South Carolina by volunteering at events held every month including C.A.R.E.: The Power of Girls and Spa Day
Aug 2013May 2014

Student Member

South Carolina Athletic Training Students Association
  • Organized and participated in several fundraisers throughout the year which helped support student activity in local, regional, and national conferences for athletic training students


Apr 2015Present

Infant, Child, and Adult BLS/CPR 

American Heart Association
  • Performed prompt, high-quality chest compressions for adult, child, and infant victims
  • Initiated early use of an Automated external defibrillator (AED)
  • Provided appropriate rescue breaths
  • Practiced 2-rescuer team CPR
  • Relieved choking

Volunteer Experience

  • Harvest Hope Food Bank

  • Safe Harbor Shelter

  • Children’s Miracle Network