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Professional Summary

My name is Justin Winfrey. I was born in Wayne, New Jersey and raised in Paterson, New Jersey. I am currently a full-time Graduate student of Rutgers University in New Brunswick. I have done numerous amounts of community service ever since high school, became a prominent member of many organizations throughout my time in college and high school, and have completed a 4-year Bachelors in Psychology at Rutgers University. I am a very determined, hard-working individual that can easily adapt to any new situation or territory and can just as easily communicate and cooperate with any of my fellow peers and clients. I have a great deal of experience in speaking with numerous individuals of various backgrounds that have personal problems or demons and have been capable of getting to know them and even help them on a higher, more personal level through experiences from my internships, social work classes, interactions with many others, and community service trips. Overall, I am a man looking for his place in the world that is willing to put his blood, sweat, and tears into his work no matter how demanding or difficult the trials may be.

Skills

Time Management and Organization

Experience in Organizing Paperwork

Experience in Researching Data and Writing Essays/Reports

Knowledge in the Field of Psychology

Management and Directing Groups of People

Public Speaking
Group Cooperation and Team Management

Leadership Skills
Expertise in Working and Interacting with People of Varying Backgrounds

Strong Communication Skills

Work History
MSW Intern at the Reform Church of Highland Park, 09/2019 to Current
Rutgers University School Of Social Work City, STATE,
  • Working with several diverse clients, refugees, and those previously incarcerated on their cases with staff such as accompanying them to their appointments, helping them with applications, resumes, job searching, providing them with food, clothes, etc, and making important calls on their behalf
  • Interacting with said clients in causal conversations to learn more about them and build greater rapport
  • Interacting with middle schoolers at the Church's after-school program and ensuring the kids have a good time while defusing any rare occurrences of verbal/physical scuffles
  • Canvassing around the New Brunswick area to inform the populace of one of our programs and our cause
  • Assisting in providing food, clothes and other necessities to the homeless population in New Brunswick while interacting with them
  • Making calls to find referrals and organizations that can help clients with their legal services
Rutgers University Alternative Breaks Site Leader , 09/2017 to 05/2018
RU Leadership And Experiential Learning Org. City, STATE,
  • Planning out the budget for the trip including costs for travel, transportation, food, activities, etc.
  • Selecting which Organization, community partner and community issue to choose for the trip as well as keeping in touch and cooperating with the community partner throughout the planning process
  • Interview over 100+ students that wanted to join my (as well as several other) trips and carefully choosing only 10 that displayed the most drive, passion, and previous volunteer experience
  • Planning out details and inform the participants about the trip and teaching them about the meaning behind the service
  • Leading and facilitating thought-provoking and deep discussion each day of the trip in regards to what we witnessed and worked with
  • Enriching them with knowledge and understanding that they can take with them for the rest of their lives and apply to their future endeavors
Intern at the New Brunswick Middle School , 09/2018 to 12/2018
Rutgers Psychology Department City, STATE,
  • Making observations during lunch periods, breaks, and activities if there are any occurrences, conversations, misdemeanors, behavior, and any activity/information of suspicion that needs to be informed or immediately handled.
  • Observing the Supervisor (and Dean of Students, Mr. Koman) in action doing their duties while also absorbing any useful information that can be used for future reference.
  • Having one-on-one or group sessions with the students that end up in ISS or even in the Dean of Students office and speak to them about how/why they ended up in ISS, hearing their side of the story (making use of empathy), ensure the students understand the consequences of their actions, and providing them steps and advice on how to avoid making the same mistakes again.
Rutgers Esports, Director of Community Relations, 01/2018 to 05/2019
Rutgers Esports City, STATE,
  • Advertised to other gaming communities on social media platforms as well as important spectators and competitors to get the word out about our esteemed tournaments and events for both the casual and competitive audience
  • Advertised our events to the general public by organizing tabling events and activities with my committee
  • Lead my committee in terms of planning, collaborations, innovations to the structure of the organization, and getting the name of Rutgers Esports out to the general public of Rutgers University
  • Ensuring that my committee succeeds in ensuring that everyone at our events is having a great time and are well accommodated
  • Organized a successful collaborative event with the Rutgers organization called HerCampus
Education
Bachelor of Arts: Psychology, Expected in 05/2019
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Rutgers University - New Brunswick, NJ,
GPA:
References

Marina Gelfand

Rutgers Psychology Department
Professor/Internship Supervisor
(848) 445-1993

gelfanma@scarletmail.rutgers.edu

Nicholas Koman

New Brunswick Middle School
Internship Supervisor
(732) 580-7154

nicholas_koman@nbpsnj.net

Jordan Shyi

Rutgers Leadership and Experiential Learning Organization
Teacher/Director

(848) 932-4087

js1958@echo.rutgers.edu

Alexandra King

Rutgers Psychology Department
Professor
(775) 453-4468

alexandra.king@rutgers.edu

Zakia Clay

Rutger School of Social Work

Professor/DSW

zakia.clay@rutgers.edu

Amos Carley

Coalition Founder/Pastor/Field Supervisor

amoscaley@gmail.com

(260)224-0376

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School Attended
  • Rutgers University
Job Titles Held:
  • MSW Intern at the Reform Church of Highland Park
  • Rutgers University Alternative Breaks Site Leader
  • Intern at the New Brunswick Middle School
  • Rutgers Esports, Director of Community Relations
Degrees
  • Bachelor of Arts

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