I attended the University of Sioux Falls my first year 2017-2018. I was a member of the Women's basketball team and involved in FCA while at Sioux Falls. I then transferred to William Jewell College in Liberty, MO for my final two years. I am a member of the Women's basketball team here as well and a member of the Delta Zeta Sorority on campus, working with the speech and hearing foundation. I will be graduating in the Spring of 2020 with my Bachelor's of Arts in Psychological Sciences. From studying psychology in my undergraduate years, I have had the opportunity to engage in multiple research studies, perform my own research study on happiness, perform an independent study on the impact of therapy dogs on special needs students in a high school classroom setting, and meet and visit with mentally ill patients who had been admitted into a therapy center. I will have completed my degree in 3 quick years and am hopeful to attend Graduate School in the Spring of 2021. I want to peruse psychology and be admitted into a Counseling Program to better help those in need. However, I want to do this with athletes by beginning a career in Sports Psychology.
Help take care of two children, ages 7 and 8, throughout the summers since high school graduation. Learned how to be selfless, responsible, patient and charismatic while nannying.
Had the opportunity to help around the athletic training room while a student at William Jewell College. Here I worked with both the athletic trainers and athletes to ease workloads. How? I filled water before teams practices, loaded them and traveled them to where they needed to be. I also worked more hands on; helping athletes with ice, tape, and machines.
Assisted young girls teaching them the basics of basketball. Was viewed as a “role model” to many due to the success in high school and playing at the collegiate level. This has humbled me and has pushed me to continue that role into my everyday life decisions.
GPA: 3.8/4.0 – National Dean's List (Both semesters)
3.35/4.0 - 2018-2019: Met individuals with varying mental illnesses over the course of a school year who were admitted into a stability center. Had the opportunity to get to know, interact and observe those through personal connections as well as specific mental illness knowledge.
My overall objective in life is to help people be the best they can be. I want to be the reason people make a change and pursue a healthy lifestyle. I am outgoing, social, approachable and charismatic which allows me to gain the trust and respect from those around me. I genuinely care about other people and thrive when I know I have made an impact on various lives. I am motivated to continue education in aspirations to a profession as a Sports Psychologist. Honest, confident, charismatic, hardworking leader. A woman of profound judgment with a record of integrity and dependability. Ability to connect and communicate effectively with peers, teammates, authority and coworkers.
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