Ambitious, committed, hardworking and diligent graduate student currently completing course work for a Master's of Science in Psychology with a concentration in Forensic Psychology. Course work also completed at the community college and university levels in Art (A.A.), Sociology (A.A.), and Psychology (A.A., B.A.). Offer strong interpersonal and critical thinking skills, ambition, self direction, and adaptability. Focused on giving back to the community and creating positive change; previously achieved through opportunities presented through clubs at College of the Canyons and course work at the University of California, San Diego. Hold a strong desire to pursue a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Forensic Psychology; and ultimately seek a career within the Criminal Justice field.
State of California Senate Certificate of Recognition in Honor of Outstanding Community Service 2015
Certificate of Fulfillment and Culmination for articulating expertise, charisma, authenticity and originality in a superior and exemplary manner before a full gathering of students in CAT 125, Sixth College, University of California, San Diego, and is recognized by the Provost of the College for the aforementioned achievement
Serves a dual role as "participant researchers" engaging in the design and implementation of fun educational activities with preschool children to support oral language and literacy development while also serving as a research participant who is the subject of observations and field notes. CDRAs document children's learning processes through written field notes that include observations of children with undergraduates, and read relevant literature.
Addressed topics such as cognitive skill acquisition, child psychology, the effectiveness of different pedagogical techniques, and education policy at the state and national levels. Students then assist with an after-school education program at Meridian Elementary School in East County, San Diego. In the program, we implement and encourage children's understanding of current curriculum concepts through various project activities. Participating in the program is an excellent opportunity to help make a difference in the lives of children from underserved local communities.
Created and implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum through collaboration with faculty that addressed all learning styles and integrated Dance, Music, Theater, and Visual Arts into the curriculum.Promoted good behaviors by using positive reinforcement, encouraged children to be understanding of others, and developed professional relationships with teachers, directors, therapists, and students.
Drafted meeting agendas/syllabi's for courses, input grade scores into online BlackBoard software, managed, organized and maintained these throughout the quarter, including for Club purposes. Designed electronic file systems and maintained electronic/paper files. Organized files, developed spreadsheets, faxed reports and scanned documents, researched topics requested by professor, transferred messages and documents between departments.
Selene Fade-Program Manager
Monitors the development of children with developmental delays, disabilities, and autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in home, the community and/or other natural settings, providing 1:1 specialized behavior intervention services to children, and parent education, according to goals described in their treatment plan. Ensures effective communication between all support team members and complete necessary program and participant-related documents and reports.
Jackie McFarland-Store Manager
Interacting with customers through product demos and consultations, learning LUSH product knowledge, history, and practices. Exceeding last year's sales numbers and/or your budget for the day. Participating enthusiastically in store contests, trainings and meetings. Seeking feedback from management and coworkers to improve performance. Maintaining store standards with pride. Growing own knowledge within role and helping others grow in their roles.
Stephanie Tarango-Store Manager
Interact with customers, stocking and facing products, closing store procedures, managing inventory, product knowledge, customer service.
Marc Inneo-Store Manager
Store set up, customer service, cashiering.
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