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Taylor Klein

Desk Attendant - CSU Chico, Academic Intern - Boys & Girls Club, and Student Coordinator Intern - Wildcat Leadership Institute


As a Chico State student, I have been educated in the fundamental and conceptual material in the Child Development and Sociology fields. As a professional, I have practiced my time management, organization, punctuality, communication, teamwork, public speaking, and networking skills and abilities. As an intern in the child care field, I provided exceptional care, versatile supervision and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum. I am a recognized mandated reporter by which I am able to recognize causes for concern, report any suspicions,  and keep confidentiality. As a role model and mentor I demonstrated consistent appropriate behavior and actions, gave guidance and assistance, and presented myself in an approachable and friendly manner.


Aug 2012May 2016

Bachlor of the Arts: Child Development                                                                                   Double Minor: Sociology and Gender/Sexuality Studies

California State University, Chico

GPA: 3.3

Aug 2008May 2012

High School Diploma

Bella Vista High School

GPA: 3.45


California State University, Chico                                                                                                    

  • LeadCat – Facilitator (2014 – 2015)
  • Wildcat Leadership Institute (WLI) – Participant, Student Coordinator Intern (2013 – current)
  • Cats in the Community – Site Lead (2013 – 2015)
  • Your Safe Ride Home (YSRH) – Recruitment Coordinator (2013 – 2014)
  • Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) – Board Member (2013 – 2014)
  • Community Action Volunteers in Education (CAVE) – Volunteer, Group Leader, Coordinator (2012 – 2015)

Foreign Exchange Program                                                                                                            

  • Costa Rica (Summer of 2011)

Work History

May 2016Aug 2016

Boys Ranchero Division Leader

River Way Ranch Camp
  • Supervise the counselors and children in the Ranchero age division, ages ten to twelve.
  • Facilitate staff training, implement staff development and morale during the summer.
  • Serve as an authoritative figure through supervision, conflict resolution, and behavior redirection.
May 2014Aug 2015

Summer Camp Counselor

River Way Ranch Camp
  • Implemented a vast range of age-appropriate activities for campers, from ages 5 to 17.
  • Served as a parental figure to a different group of boys in sessions every two weeks.
  • Constantly collaborated with and depended upon a team made up of 120 staff members.
Aug 2015Present

Student Coordinator Intern

Wildcat Leadership Institute (WLI)
  • Collaborated with colleagues in planning and building the foundation and structure.
  • Facilitated focus group discussions in order to gather feedback from the student body.
  • Researched other leadership programs via online, phone calls, and conferences.
Jan 2016May 2016

Academic Intern

Boys & Girls Clubs of America - Teen Center
  • Participated in engaging activities with adolescents, ages twelve to seventeen years old.
  • Explored various guidance techniques implemented in the enrichment program.
  • Engaged in community programming targeting a diverse population with at-risk youth.
Aug 2015Dec 2015

Academic Intern

Associated Students Child Development Lab (ASCDL)
  • Modeled and scaffolded appropriate behavior as a teacher in the preschool classroom.
  • Discovered various techniques to use in conflict resolution and behavior management.
  • Utilized constant communication with coworkers to ensure a safe learning environment.
Jan 2015May 2015

Academic Intern

Boys & Girls Clubs of America - The Clubhouse
  • Served as a positive role model for children, ages six to twelve years old.
  • Created and implemented developmentally appropriate and interactive curriculum.
  • Effectively worked with career staff to ensure program success.
Jan 2014Present

Desk Attendant

CSU, Chico - University Housing 
  • Provided excellent service and assistance to the students, professional staff and visitors.
  • Promoted the development of a positive, supportive, and safe community for residents.
  • Assisted supervisors through various administrative and clerical tasks.
Aug 2014Jan 2015


Community Action Volunteers in Education (CAVE)
  • Supervised the operations of the program, Noon-time and After School Activities (NASA).
  • Assumed the role of manager of a team comprised of hard-working Group Leaders.
  • Performed administrative responsibilities and delegated tasks at weekly meetings.
Aug 2013May 2014

Group Leader

Community Action Volunteers in Education (CAVE)
  • Served as a valuable, collaborative coworker in running the Special Pals program.
  • Acquired skills in the recruitment, interviewing, and clerical processes in an office space.
  • Oversaw the quality and completion of hundreds of volunteer hours in the community.
Aug 2012May 2013


Community Action Volunteers in Education (CAVE)
  • Assumed the role and responsibilities of a Teacher’s Aide in local elementary schools.
  • Assisted in creating fun, positive learning environments in K-2nd grade classrooms.
  • Engaged in mentorship experiences focused on one-on-one relationships and attention.
Jun 2013Dec 2013


  • Maintained a calm demeanor during conditions of high volume and high stress.
  • Delivered exemplary customer service to all customers and met customer needs.
  • Consistently contributed to positive team environment and assisted in training new staff.
Aug 2009May 2012


Friday Night Live (FNL) Mentoring
  • Served as a positive role model for middle school children, ages 11 to 14 years old.
  • Tutored and assisted in the understanding of concepts and completion of homework.
  • Prepared the children for the life changes and upcoming pressures in their future high school years.
Aug 2008May 2012


American Woodworks
  • Served as a part time apprentice for the contracting company American Woodworks.
  • Assembled, installed, and finished custom cabinetry in commercial and residential work.
  • Consistently met deadlines through the utilization of a strong and efficient work ethic.

Awards and Certifications

Apr 2016May 2016

Child Development Honorary Inquiry Award

Child Development Department

In the Child Development Field Practicum course, the final project was the completion and presentation of an interactive inquiry investigation at the Associated Students Child Development Lab (ASCDL). Of the other students in the field, my partner and I were selected by the Child Development department staff and faculty for the most outstanding inquiry investigation.

May 2014Aug 2014

Counselor of the Session

River Way Ranch Camp

Within the summers at the summer camp, there are a total of four 2-week sessions. After each session, there is a male and female "Counselor of the Session" award. In the first session of the summer I was honored as the award recipient.

Jun 2015present

Class B Driver's License

California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)

With a Class B driver's license, I am certified to drive commercial seated vehicles with up to fifteen passengers. This was crucial in serving as a bus driver for River Way Ranch Camp in the summers of 2015 and 2016.

May 2014Present

Infant/Child/Adult CPR and First Aid 

River Way Ranch Camp
May 2014Present

Lifeguard Trained

River Way Ranch Camp
Aug 2013May 2014

Long's Drugs Outstanding Volunteer Scholarship Award

Community Action Volunteers in Education

Scholarship recipient due to my exemplary volunteer hours and efforts throughout the local Chico community. 



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