- Raleigh US-NC
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film, art, poltics, literature, religion, vintage shopping, backpacking, community service, DJing, ice skating, and Anderson Cooper (Silver Fox).
Her future plans are to become an educator and travel after graduation. She would love be involved in a program such as AmeriCorps, the Peace Corps, or Teach for America. She wants to teach English to a variety of students, particularly those whom are disadvantaged or from low-income backgrounds.
May F. Chung is a Junior at NC State University majoring English Education and English as a Second Language. She is a die-hard feminist, student, and careerwoman.
Currently, she is the president of two organizations, The Society for Collegiate Journalists and Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society. Additionally, she dee-jays for the campus radio station, WKNC. In her three years at NC State, she has written for two publications on campus, the Technician and the Nubian Message. She has also taken part in such organizations such as Students Advocating for Youth, University Scholars, Alpha Omega Christian Fellowship; and for a brief time, served as the Director of Recruitment for Student Government's Community Service Commission. Last year, she was a Resident Adviser in Welch Residence Hall and led the all-female living and learning community Women of Welch. Additionally, she was voted CHASS Student of the Month (http://www.chass.ncsu.edu/students/sotm/index.php?func=archive?&id=27) , and this past summer, was a Small Group Leader for the Office of International Students. May is also a Global Perspectives Certificate candidate, a member of the Student Bridges program, a CHASS Ambassador, and the Stalking Month Coordinator of the Movement to End Interpersonal Violence (http://www.ncsu.edu/womens_center/groups/movement/movement_students.php) , a subset of the Women's Center, where now works as a Program Assistant (http://www.ncsu.edu/womens_center/about/staff.php) . She also works at LocoPops on Hillsborough Street, selling gourmet popsicles to young children and loving every minute.
This summer, she is studying English literature abroad at Oxford University in the United Kingdom.
Intern responsible for assisting with programming, volunteer coordination, and direct contact related to interpersonal violence and rape prevention education services for the North Carolina State University Women’s Center. Served The Movement to End Interpersonal Violence as the publicity coordinator and Stalking Awareness Month coordinator. Arranged for Dr. Tom Stafford, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, to speak on the seriousness of stalking as well as officially declare Stalking Awareness Month at NCSU. Presented workshops and sponsored events that actively addressed sexual and relationship violence on our campus. Created a display in the lobby of student union center to raise awareness of the crime, and designed and presented a workshop, “Look Who’s Stalking,” a showcase on stalking behaviors in the media.
Assisted in customer service skills in selling locally-owned and -manufactured popsicles.
Providing customer service for summer conferences on campus during the 2010 summer session.
The voice for African-American and minority students at N.C. State University.
Leader and resource for Triad residence halls, Women of Welch leadership village initiative.
Waitress and cashier for family-owned restaurant.
Adviser for the Society of Collegiate Journalists. Mentor for Student Media.
Overseer of East Campus during Summer Conferences. Direct contact to providing excellent customer service.
Ms. Bicknell supervised trained me for my position as a vendor at Locopops.
Carolina Alzuru is the Rape Prevention Educator at the Women’s Center and faculty mentor to The Movement. Prior to coming to the Women’s Center, she worked at the Orange County Rape Crisis Center as the Latina/o Services Coordinator. She also worked previously in a shelter for victims of domestic and sexual violence. Additionally, she serves as the Chair of the North Carolina Reproductive Justice Coalition.
Ms. Alzuru supervised my work as The Movement Program Assistant and The Stalking Awareness Month Chair.