The objective of this online resume is to document my various achievements and skill sets that I have acquired throughout my high school and college experiences. These experiences have helped me to grow throughout the past four years in a way such that I am constantly being self-reflective and analyzing our society and my role within it. My most important goal for my future is finding a meaningful path on which I can continue to learn and improve the broken pieces of our society.
Aug 2010 - Present
Bachelor of Arts
As a senior at DePauw University, I am majoring in Spanish and Conflict Studies with focuses on Culture and Conflict and Social Inequalities. I have taken courses in Political Theory, African Cultures, Spanish American Literature, God at War and Peace, Contemporary Society, Education of Linguistics, Comparative Politics, and Women in Education. These courses, though across the spectrum of courses, all are able to weave together in my studies and form a deep base of knowledge to build upon in the future.
Sep 2006 - Jun 2010
May 2011 - Present
Office for Sustainability Intern
In this internship, I am responsible for keeping the website updated, managing the Office for Sustainability's press releases, maintaining the Office's media (Facebook page, Twitter account, and YouTube Channel), creating and editing informational videos, and attending weekly staff meetings. In the past, I have helped calculate the carbon footprint of the University, apply for grants and awards, and transition the entire website to a new format, which included updating outdated information, delegating tasks to promote efficiency and meet the site launch date, and working with the new program.
Nov 2011 - Dec 2012
VP of Chapter Relations and Standards
Serving as the VP of Chapter Relations and Standards for Alpha Chi Omega, I was responsible for holding the women in the chapter accountable for their actions and maintaining the standards of membership. In this role I updated the Bylaws for our chapter, held and directed weekly board meetings, and hosted courses to educate our members on the expectations.
Jun 2008 - Aug 2011
Southwest Community Education
For four summers, I worked at an educational day camp as a class instructor for children ages ranging from kindergarten to eighth grade. I taught science classes, computer classes, art classes, Spanish classes, and acting classes. In this role I created weekly curriculums, contacted the parents of children attending my classes, was responsible for up to twenty children and a teacher aide, solved conflicts between students and between staff members, and attended weekly staff meetings.
Aug 2010 - May 2011
In this apprenticeship I worked through different rotations of specific skill building. I have learned about and gained experience web authoring with Dreamweaver, digital video editing with Final Cut Pro, GIS with ArcGIS and Google Earth, and basic IT help and the customer service department.
Sep 2009 - May 2010
I worked locally as an independent Spanish tutor to middle school and high school students. I helped them with homework problems, provided opportunities to improve their reading skills, and practiced phonetics and diction.
Oct 2007 - Apr 2010
Southwest Community Education
I worked as a front desk clerk for three school years. I worked with Community Education class registrations, phone calls, organization in general throughout the office, and working as a general assistant to my employer.