The Migrant Education summer program, in which I worked, was a wonderful program. I loved working with the school aged children and having the ability to establish rapport with them and assist them through struggles within certain subject areas. As a migrant Education Worker I went throughout the county into the homes of my assigned children, and tutored them with what ever subject matter they needed help with. Throughout this summer program I witnesses these children advance in subjects such as Math, and English and actually stay on task, laugh, and answer quickly rather than be resistant and frustrated. It was amazing to see what a difference summer tutoring can make in some young individuals lives.
While working with Mountain Comprehensive Care Center, I was employed as an Impact Service Coordinator. As an Impact Service Coordinator I worked most frequently in the school setting in conjunction with a school based counselor co-conducting and assisting with individual as well as group counseling. Our target group consisted of children who already benefited from various other Mountain Comp resources. Some of the issues these children struggled with included AD/HD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Autism, as well as parental mental illness and substance abuse. We often worked closely with the schools FMD unit and offered assistance as well as mental health support for their most severe students as well as their family members. We would participate and conduct regular meetings establishing and evaluating IEP's as well as mental health plans with various school personnel. As Impact Service Coordinator I would also conduct home visits to ensure everyone is working together for a happier, healthier child.
There are obvious gaps seen within my work history. I am honored to say I was allowed to perform one of the most precious jobs in my life. I have been a stay at home mother to my son Matthew for several years now. I have grown and learned a lot throughout this process. I feel very humbled and honored by the experience. I am very grateful I was able to offer him unconditional love and nurturing during his early childhood years, as well as promoting my own moral beliefs and guidance. I have been able to volunteer within his school, and offer additional educational support to ensure he can excel to the best of his ability. I feel confident, and proud of the mature, compassionate, young man he is growing into. If given the opportunity I will try my absolute best to bring this same drive and dedication into the work force. Thank You!
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