I am interested in an entry-level summer internship with a museum starting mid-May. I would like to spend this summer learning how museums operate, research, and select their exhibits.
I clerked for an electronic futures trader. I monitored market positions while becoming familiar with charting techniques. I also initiated trades and calculated profits and losses.
I distributed flyers though out the neighbor announcing events as well as assisted in the set-up, maintained, and cleaned up of the Halloween Park for neighborhood children. I also assisted in the set-up, management and cleanup of the neighborhood's annual block party as well as maintained neighborhood “doggie bag” dispensers.
I worked at University of Chicago Laboratory Schools Summer Program. I planned, implemented and supervised activities for campers both on and off campus. I also worked one-on-one with those campers who had a difficult time adjusting to all-day camp.
I'm working on completing a major in History with minors in Past World Studies and Archeology.
American National Government
A focus on the origins of our national Government and its continuing growth and change to the present day.
American West: History and Myth
An advanced course that focuses on the myths and realities of the American West between 1865 and 1945.
German 1 and 2
An introductory language course that uses the study of German culture and history to teach the language. German 2 had more of a focus of learning the language through general study of German history.
This class focused on the lives of Japanese living in Hiroshima and Nagasaki before, during, and after World War II.
How Like a God
Through reading the Iliad, Odyssey, Aeneid, and Inferno, the class examined the cultures and values
of their respective audiences and compared them to our own society.
Intro to East Asia: Continuity and Change
Focused on the study of many countries in Eastern Asia and how their cultures evolved and changed in to the 21st century.
A study of Medieval England and the role the society played within the context of Medieval Europe.
A general study of Medieval Europe and how societies during this time created the foundations for our modern societies.
Mummies, Myths, and Monuments in Egypt
A study of the beginnings of Egyptian history through the time of Cleopatra with a focus of the religious system and their mythologies.
National Identity and Diversity
An advanced level German-speaking course where the focus is studying the identity crisis the German people faced after World War II.
2012 Inducted in to the Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society
Recruitment Chair of Lambda Chi Alpha - Nu-Zeta Zeta
I was responsible for event planning and acted as a liaison between the the Director of Greek Life and Lambda Chi Alpha - Nu-Zeta Zeta. I also was responsible for the creation and supervision of a year-round budget for my office.
We Discuss current events, historical themes, and newly published books. We also schedule trips to exhibits and museums in the U.S.
We discuss past, present, and future Archaeological digs and discoveries. We also conduct digs around the Springfield, OH area to learn the processes and procedures that are required in all stages of archaeological planning.
Intra-Fraternal Council Treasure
I'm responsible for creating and maintaining a balance sheet and budget for the Intra-Fraternal Council. I'm also responsible for collecting fraternities' due money as well working with the Director of Greek Life to ensure that all events have the proper funding.
President of Lambda Chi Alpha - Nu-Zeta Zeta
I'm responsible for the oversight of all other officers within our fraternity. I oversee every decision that is made from budgeting to event planning and everything in between. I also work closely with the Director of Greek Life and local businesses in sponsoring our philanthropic endeavors.
Microsoft Word Photoshop
PowerPoint Windows OS
Outlook Apple OS
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