Attended UAF in 2010 majoring in Human services and minoring in English. I volunteered at the Stone soup kitchen, multiple churches, the boy's and girl's blub, radio stations, and Fire Department. I worked as part time Mentor for people with developmental disabilities, I also have worked as an In-home-respite care provider for children and adults with Developmental Disabilities. In 2015 I attended Alaska Career College for Phlebotomy. I now currently Work here in Nome, as a Competent professional Authority Trainee.
Mentor, 05/2010 － 11/2011Presbyterian Hospitality House － Fairbanks, AlaskaI helped client with homework, also helped watch her baby while she did her homework, up until she graduated high school. made daily visits in her home to make sure she completed chores, and worked on goals.
In-Home-Respite care provider, 02/2012 － 11/2013Maniilaq － Kotzebue, AlaskaI had multiple clients who were children with developmental disabilities, I visited each home daily to work on daily activities, and work on progress reports. I attended training for the PECKS program. and also was trained on how to take out replace a feeding tube. One of my clients had one.
2010Career Education Center － Fairbanks, Alaska, U.SHigh School Diploma
University of Alaska Fairbanks － Fairbanks, Alaska, U.SundergraduateHuman ServicesI was a part time student and working a part time job. I have a year and a half of credits. Desire to finish in the future
Alaska Career College － Anchorage, Alaska, U.SPhlebotomyI got more than half ways through the course, was unable to finish. I had weekend classes and no reliable babysitter for my 1 year old at the time. ACC did offer to help pay for Daycare, but there was no day care open on weekends. I more then Welcome to go back in the future.