Accomplished a self-directed Bachelors Degree with a double major in Psychology and Criminal Justice where I developed a well rounded; versatile; analytical; pragmatic; and innovative education. In my education I gained a conscientious; deadline-driven; proactive approach to work and helping others.
Re- established a student- run organization at the University of Washington Tacoma:
double major in psychology and criminal justice
Associations: Psychology Club; Criminal Justice League; Pre-Law Society, Associated Students of University of Washington Tacoma
Areas of Study: Adult Development; Attachment and Relations; Criminal Law; Helping skills; Social Justice and Diversity; Addictions and Mental Illness; Abnormal Psychology; Adult Corrections
Areas of Study: Political Science; Child Development; Early Childhood Education; Intermediate Biology; Intermediate Anthropology; Sociology; Arts, Media and Culture.
Attended a family justice conference financed by University of Washington Tacoma's events and planning services
Areas of study: sexual assault awareness for men and women; strangulation awareness; Neurobiology of brain trauma; how to give hope to trauma survivors; mindfulness meditation; human trafficking awareness; how to build and sustain a family justice center
Received specialized coursework on a 28 day study abroad trip to Italy with fellow students. We observed, studied, and analyzed Italian culture from present conditions to the Renaissance Era, within the areas of the artwork; ( paintings; sculptures; historical artifacts) building design; cultural beliefs; and food culture.
subject studied: The Art of Human Consciousness and Psychology in the Italian Renaissance Era- 2014, University of Washington Tacoma
Girls fast pitch for 9 years; Arts and Culture; Traveling; jogging; camping; exercising; nature; ocean/ beach; card games
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