If I were asked to describe myself in two words, it would be a creative hard worker. Over my four years studying at Southern New Hampshire University, I have achieved an accumulative grade point average of 3.88 while playing on a sports team and also doing internships. I am willing to work hard and work the extra hours to complete an assignment. Along with my technological skills, I am a fast learner and willing to learn new programs as needed.
For this internship, I worked with another intern to produce a company/ promotional video for their biggest fundraising event, Harvest Party. For this project, I was involved in script writing, filming, and editing the video.
I was a member of the Judicial Board. The Judicial Board is made up of select students and faculty in charge of hearing and making decisions on cases of students who violate the rules of the university. This board deals with incidents involving drug violations, fights, rape, and other major incidents that may involve the removal of the resident from the university. I was a big part of this in being able to make unbiased decisions and not to talk about any of the incidents.
As a student ambassador, I was one of the students that represented the students at all of the Presidential Events on campus. We were in charge of showing alumni the positive results of their donations. Besides just attending events on campus and around New Hampshire, I was chosen as one of four Student Ambassadors to attend and represent the university at the Halki Summit conference in Heybeliada, Turkey in order to video the event.
For this internship, I was responsible for assisting in studio video shots, creating videos on successful alumni, video editing, graphic design projects, creating social media content, and monitoring social media.
Filmed and edited video of the company
I had been a resident assistant for the past two years at Southern New Hampshire University. This past year, I was the Administrative Resident Assistant. This means that I was the top resident assistant in the dorm and was responsible for more work than the other resident assistants. I was in charge of putting on programs for residents, enforcing the rules of the university, creating a safe environment for residents, running meetings when the resident's director was unavailable, completing paperwork by deadlines, and being there for other resident assistants. Even though we had a set schedule, it was a 24 hour job because a situation could arise at any moment of the day or night and I had to be prepared to deal with the incident.