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Nick Obremskey


Work History

Fall 2016 present


Student Success Center University of South Carolina

Daily 1 on 1 sessions of a variety of undergraduate Science courses: Chem 111 - 556 / Bio 101 - 541 / German 110 - 211

Fall 2016Spring 2017

Tutor and Mentor

Youth Architects- Building strong foundations through the development of comprehensive strategies that motivate communities, families and youth to achieve their goals

Weekly 1 on 1 sessions with high school students in Maths and Sciences

June 2016 July 2016

Private Soccer Trainer

Worked on individual technical and tactical skills, promoted confidence on the ball, learned how to find and address the base of problems

2011 Summer2016 Summer

Sports Camp Manager/Soccer Camp Trainer

Montgomery Bell Academy

Coordinated registration, ensured smooth transition between camps, supplied all necessary equipment for each camp, opened each camp Skills

Summer 2015 2017


Parking Management Company

Valeted around Nashville, practiced social skills and customer service


Fall 2014Spring 2018

Bachelors in Science

University of South Carolina
  • Major in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • Minor in Psychology
  • Pre-med studies
  • Transformed an Astronomical Literature Review Club into a class(Astro 599)

Highschool Diploma

Montgomery Bell Academy University of South Carolina

Top 5% of class

Graduated with Cum Laude and as AP Scholar


Creative Direction, Leadership, People Skills, Teaching, Analytical Skills, Malleable, Work Ethic, Understanding, Discussion 

Volunteer Work

  • Organic Chemistry Office Assistant

  • Dressed up as elves and Santa at the Palmetto Health Children's Hospital to hand out presents and talk with the children

  • Teaching Assistant Organic Chemistry I: Lead lab recitation. Prepped and quizzed undergraduate students for the lab. Lead lab experiments [Fall 2016 - Spring 2017]

  • Homelessness Outreach Club

  • Head Middle School Soccer Coach: Volunteered 8th grade soccer coach-Prepared daily practice plans. Encouraged players to be understanding of and helpful to others. Supported players in developing strategies for individual needs and team dynamics.

  • Columbia Flood Relief: Elementary School clean up

  • AATG Host Exchange: Host family for a German exchange student

  • Mission Trip Volunteer for West End United Methodist: English Kindergarten Teaching assistant at a Latino school; Cleaned schools and surrounding neighborhood

          *Facilitated small reading and writing groups, phonics groups and math groups

  • Hands on Nashville: 3 year active participant

         *Painted a school to create a more welcoming and educational enhancing environment; Picked up Trash and          debris after the flood. Cleaned up a less fortunate neighborhood.

  • Komen Milwaukee Race for the Cure: *Runner to raise money
  • Worked with Children with Autism/Made educational videos

Honors & Certifications

Fall 2016

Rookie of the Year

University of South Carolina Student Success Center

For consistently going above and beyond as a new member of the SSC Peer Tutoring Staff


Dean's List

University of South Carolina

Maintained 3.9 GPA 


AP Scholar

College Board 

For exemplary work in a tough curriculum in Advanced Placement Classes


Team Captain

MBA Soccer

Team/Coach appointed for demonstrating hard work, team encouragement, and leadership skills


Leadership Award

Montgomery Bell Academy Sports Department-Soccer

Outstanding leadership qualities and efforts

Jun 2013Aug 2013

German Language Study Abroad Grant

MBA Language Department

Won a competitive grant to study abroad in Weißbaden, Germany. Focused on Language comprehension and Cultural Studies


Alpha Epsilon Delta: Selective Pre-Health Honors Society

Biochemistry Club

German Club

Astronomical Literature Review Club 

Homelessness Outreach Club 

International Football Club - Vice President

Alpha Tau Omega- Founding Father and Alumni Relations Officer


German: 6 years (Business level)

English: Native

Spanish: 2 years (conversational level)

Latin: 2 years (limited writing)