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Aug 2010Present

Graduate Assistant-Coordinator of Student Engagement in the Community

Dickinson College
  • Maintaining open lines of communication with campus partners, including faculty, staff and administrators, student residential staff, student organizations, and informal student constituencies
  • Assume primary responsibility for organizing for campus events, including activities for Fat Talk Free Week/Body Appreciation Week, National Coming Out Day, Women's History Month, and Sexual Assault Awareness Month (Take Back the Night and other programs), Men's Spoken Word Poetry Workshop, and Vagina Monologues
  • Support additional, ad-hoc Women's Center programs based on student need and institutional capacity
  • Support student leadership on outreach to educate the campus community about Women's Center services, resources, and programs
  • Provide occasional evening office hours according to student need
  • Act as a mentor and partner educator for student volunteers and interns
  • Attending Student Life Division Meetings monthly and other pertinent professional meetings as needed/directed.
  • Preparing internal and external reports as necessary.
  • Working in a cooperative office environment with Diversity Initiatives and the Conflict Resolution Resource Center.
Aug 2006Dec 2010

Program Advisor


·Manage finances of clients by assisting them with budgeting, paying bills, and balancing checkbooks

·Develop and coordinate community-based activities on a monthly basis

·Facilitate consumption of medications

·Manage IndividualClient Cases

·Train new employees

·Develop monthly treatment team agendas to discuss progress and set goals for clients

·Develop Yearly Individual Service Plans where the clients information, needs and goals are assessed or re-assessed to further transition towards independence

·Provide direct care to clients

·Provide transportation for clients to appointments( medical, legal, psychiatric, dental, and etc) as well as to events and activities

·Provide assistance and educate Daily Living Skills (Grocery shopping, Laundry, Cooking, Ironing, Etc)

·Be available 24 hours for emergency crisis management

·Act as a Liaison between clients and organizations that provided resources that met the client’s needs

·Provide aid with finding resources that met the client’s needs (medical, counseling, food stamps, job placement)

·Provide Assistants with Company Activities and Events

·Maintain daily records of employee activities and clients needs

·Develop Monthly treatment teams that discussed clients monthly activities (change in needs and resources , presentation of medical needs, change of medication, etc)

·Aid with finding suitable recreational activities and connections with the community at large

Nov 2005Aug 2006

Lead Teacher/Assistant Teacher

Child Time SACC

  • Design and develop pre and after school curriculum
  • Develop and implement a disciplinary system in the classroom
  • Evaluate and assess students behavior
  • Manage classroom dynamics
  • Monitor student progress
  • Develop and workshop theatrical and art activities
Nov 2005Aug 2006

Electronic Sales Associates/Cashier

  • Supervised and trained new employees
  • Promoted department products
  • Arranged and distributed products throughout the store
  • Stocked and recorded inventory
Jun 2005Aug 2005

Program Assistant/Resident Advisor/Teacher

Exploration Summer Program at Yale University
  • Collaborated in program and design of extra curriculum activities
  • Served as substitute teacher when necessary
  • Developed daily lesson plans
  • Developed and taught Capoeira class
  • Teach mini-courses (Spoken-Word Poetry)
  • Develop and taught Directing class
  • Assistant teacher for acting theater class
  • Assist residents in developing a community that supports and enhances each resident's experience at the exploration program


Bachelors of Arts

Dickinson College


All my skills
  Activities: Community Service Coordinator, Sisterhood Organization 2004- 2005 Volunteer, Diversity Initiatives Office 2004-2005 Cadet, Army ROTC 2004-2007 Member, African American Society 2004-2006     Skills: Fluent in Spanish, Proficient in Microsoft Power Point, Microsoft Word, Basic Knowledge in Excel, Pro tools, Operating Lighting Board, Programming a light Board, Managing a Sound System, Developing Sounds, trouble shooting a sound system