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Sep 2010Present

Bachelor of Education

Nipissing University

iTeach Laptop Learning Program

Sep 2006Jun 2010

Bachelor of Arts

University of Ottawa
Feb 2009Jun 2009

Universite de Lausanne

Semester abroad

Work experience

Sep 2010Present

Student Technological Assistant

Nipissing University, iTeach Laptop Learning Program
  • Assist peers with technological problems and act as a resource for software and online information
May 2010Aug 2010

Financial Administration Assistant

The SecDev Group
  • Made and received payments in a variety of forms, ie. cheques, wire transfers, interact email transfers
  • Developed a filing system to track company expenditures
  • Formulated documents such as invoices, thank you letters and trip reports
  • Helped organize and assist at a weekend conference for the Open Net Intiative
May 2008Aug 2009

Student Reporter and Office Assistant

North Renfrew Times

  • Wrote articles and photographed events
  • Received payments and took subscription information
Apr 2006Aug 2006

Fitness facilitator

Curves for Women

  • Signed in members and supervised work-outs
  • Kept facility clean and organized
Feb 2004May 2006


Valu-Mart Grocery

  • Handled payment and groceries and met customers' needs


Vhairi Walker

Shelagh McCarthy

Rafal Rohozinski


Commitment to Students

Professional Practice

Professional Knowledge

Leadership in Learning Communiti

Ongoing Professional Learning

Practice Teaching Experiences

  • Morison Public School, Deep River ON - February and March 2011

Grade 4/5 classroom 

Developed dynamic literacy stations and writing workshops.

Engaged students in hands-on measurement activities.

  • Morison Public School, Deep River ON - October and December 2010

 Grade 1/2 classroom

 Created and implemented lessons in Math, Language Arts and Physical Education

Teaching Experience

  • Private Home, Ottawa ON - May to September 2010

 Caregiver for one three-year old child

 Provided a wide range of activities, including museum visits, art projects, and outdoor activities

 15 hours per week

  • University of Ottawa - September to December 2008 and 2009

 MEXT Program, conversation partner. 1 Japanese student, age 35

  1-2 hours per week 

  • City of Ottawa - January to May, September to December 2008

 Sandy Hill Community Centre; "After School Program" counsellor

 Led games, developed programming, supervised and created crafts, ages 4-12

 Approx. 15 hours per week 

  • Private Home, Deep River ON - June to August 2008

  Private tutor for one student, age 10 (entering Grade 5)

  Tutored in reading and writing

  2 hours per week 

  • Morison Public School, Deep River ON  - May to June 2008

  Classroom tutor (EA), mostly worked with Grade 3

  Tutored individuals and worked with entire class

  30 hours per week 

  • Morison Public School, Deep River ON - Summers of 2005 and 2006

 Booster Program Teacher's Aid- included helping students (Grades 1 and 2) with reading, writing, math and science

  25 hours per week 

  • Morison Public School, Deep River ON - February to June 2005, February to June 2006

  Co-operative education throughout Grades 12 and 13

 EA in a Grade 1 classroom first semester, EA in a Grade 3 classroom second semester

 15 hours per week 

  • Mackenzie High School, Deep River ON - September 2004 to June 2006

  Volunteered as a peer tutor and scribe in Math and French throughout high school

  Approx. 30 hours total


Dear Selection Committee:

As a student currently enrolled in the primary-junior program at the Faculty of Education, Nipissing University, I am looking forward to putting everything I have learned into practice. My teaching placements have provided me with hands-on experience and I am very excited that my educational path has led me to apply to your school as a teacher.

As you will notice on my curriculum vitae, I have focused my experiences towards a career in teaching since my co-operative education placement in High School.  These placements inspired me to become a teacher and each experience since has exposed me to new and different teaching situations. My co-ops with Morison Public School offered me a chance to observe diverse teaching styles and taught me how to build a good report with students. With these experiences, I went on to work for the same school board for several summers, providing active learning in the areas of literacy and numeracy for at-risk children. These experiences and more have exposed me to a variety of teaching situations, all of which I believe would be an asset to your school.

I believe Nipissing University’s hands-on approach has led me to become very competent in the core subject areas. I also offer a strong background in dance and drama from my participation in school plays and dance training. My experiences overseas have also taught me so to appreciate other cultures and languages. I look forward in using these skills to participate in all aspects of school life.

Thank you for considering my curriculum vitae. I hope it has convinced you that I am a suitable candidate for one of your teaching positions. Please feel free to contact my references. I would be pleased to respond to any further questions in an interview. I can be reached most conveniently by e-mail at [email protected]


Grace Myers


My objective is to obtain a position as a teacher to help students become caring, contributing citizens of their local and global communities. My goal is to help children become critical thinkers and life-long learners. 


Travel: Switzerland, Belgium, France, Egypt, Croatia

Fitness: Aerobics, Jogging, Yoga, Pilates

Hobbies: Reading, Vegetarian cooking, Photography

Other Volunteer Experience

  • Elisabeth Bruyere Hospital, Ottawa ON - January to April 2010

- Community Service Learning Program as a part of French Communication course

- Assisted with Bingo Night and Day Hospital Program in a francophone setting

  • Summerfest, Deep River ON - August 2010, 2008, 2006

- Organizer and leader of Family Beach Fun Day for 10-15 children