Compassionate volunteer who has served children and families in poverty situations. Committed to reducing the barriers of poverty. Highly skilled at working with children through adults. Strong sense of empathy and enthusiasm about providing opportunities to improve the quality of life and improve overall well-being. Passionate about advocating for low-income populations.
Serve families in an overnight homeless shelter. Conduct activities for children. Provide empathy for members of the families that are in crisis situations.
Developed age appropriate yoga activities for children two to five years old. Implemented the curriculum with the preschool groups. Included activities that encourage healthy habits and improved their overall well-being. Developed pre-ballet activities and taught groups of children ages three to five years old. Enhanced the experience with children's literature.
Played with low-income children in an after school program developed to provided experience with structured games and practiced rule following. Read to children and provided homework help.
Double majoring in Human Development and Family Studies and Social Welfare. Pursing a bachelor degree in the School of Human Ecology. Coursework focuses on serving children and families. Coursework also focuses on ethnic and racial, poverty, and homeless groups.
Implementing a social inquiry project with preschoolers. The inquiry is designed to assess and explore bullying behaviors of preschoolers. It will also explore changing those behaviors and the ability to teach compassion.
Students for Families and Children - UW Madison student organization member
Optima Dance - UW Madison student organization member
Madison Contemporary Vision Dance Company - former member of a local dance company
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