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Work experience

Jun 2010Aug 2010

Social Justice High School

New Orleans Louisiana Association

Former Member

  • Helped in the reconstruction of damaged homes
  • Community supporter and communicator of high school students

Technology Coordination

Student Assistant

  • Managed Microsoft and Macintosh computer labs across the high school
  • Exchanged information with the technology coordinator regarding technology improvements

AP Chemistry 2010-11 Summer Study Sessions

Student Assistant

  • Prepared laboratory equipment
  • Helped guide students through a series of experiments and chemical reactions
Feb 2010Apr 2010

Intern

The Adler Platerium
  • Taught children about the world of astronomy through various astronomy displays
  • Prepared educational topics with a group of astronomy professionals

Education

Little Village Lawndale High School
  • G.P.A 4.3/4.0 (top 5% of class)
  • Class Rank 1/88
  • Student Senate President
Honors/Awards
  • Posse Foundation Full Tuition Leadership Scholarship (2010-2014)
  • National Honor Society (2006-2010)
  • High Honor Roll (2006-2010)
  • Chicago Metro History Fair Regional and Finalist Award (2009)
  • Varsity Volleyball: Most Improved (2008); All-Around Player (2009-2010); All-Academic Team (2010) and All-City Second Team (2010)
Aug 2010Present

Undergraduate

DePauw University

Information Technology Associates Program

Internship

  • Trained to master the latest technologies of digital video production, web design, technical training, desktop support and network hardware
  • Obtain administrative roles in customer service and support
  • Enhance technical fluency, leadership abilities and interpersonal skills through trainings and on-campus internships

Rotations:

Computer Service and Support

  • Worked in DePauw's Technology Center, Help Desk, and Media Services

Visual Basic

  • Learned to use Microsoft Visual Studio to perform basic coding tasks

Web Authoring

  • Learned HTML and CSS through Adobe Dreamweaver CS4

Technical Training Strategies & Methods

  • Working with faculty members to provide specific course-related technology training throughworkshops, open labs, and client based support
Jan 2010Present

Scholarship

The Posse Foundation
  • Participate in a two year training program in the areas of team building and group support, cross-cultural communication, leadership, and academic excellence
  • Facilitate controversial group discussions around race, gender and other social topics
  • One of 86 Scholars competitively selected out of 2,100 applicants

Skills

Information Technology
Assembled and managed two personal computers Advanced computer management skills including system, program and hardware updates and virus elimination Proficient in Microsoft Word, Power Point and iMovie  
Spanish
I have taken Honors Spanish and AP Spanish in high school, and I speak it at home  

References

Hillary Kelleher

Donna Arington

Linda Becker

Jose Magana

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Interests

  • Posse Scholar
  • Information Technology
  • Inter-mural Volleyball
  • Economics

About Me

My Objective:

An undergraduate first year striving to further expand my knowledge in technology and leadership abilities.

My Overall Goal:

Helping others with the best of my ability and to express a careful understanding of the people around me. I'd like to always provide honest questions and answers. I would like to carry out all the missions and visions that a respectable leader should possess by participating in areas of team building and group support. As well as encourage and challenge people who are experiencing trouble with becoming the leader of their community.

Technology permits me to share the knowledge and skills I earn from my experiences with the people who have trouble understanding it. Technology is very important in an education because knowledge shouldn’t be kept to a single person in an environment where there are uninformed individuals with little or no knowledge in technology. Instead it should always be shared, so that more people can pass down that same knowledge to the people in their communities.