Customer-focused Retail Sales professional with solid understanding of retail dynamics, marketing and customer service. Offering [Number] years of experience providing quality product recommendations and solutions to meet customer needs and exceed expectations. Demonstrated record of exceeding revenue targets by leveraging communication skills and sales expertise.
Veterans Memorial Elementary, Naples, FL/ January 2021- Present
-Leading whole and small group lessons throughout the day.
-Communicating with cooperating teachers and administration.
-Planning and coordinating lessons that include both differentiation and accommodations.
-Monday-Friday, teacher contract hours.
Laurel Oak Elementary School, Naples, FL/ September 2018- April 2018
-Participated in co-teaching.
-Taught both whole and small group lessons.
-Planned and collaborated with cooperating teacher.
Orange River Elementary, Fort Myers, FL/ September 2018-April 2019
-Observed and participated in classroom activities.
-Provided small group lessons and intervention to ESOL students.
-Attended development meetings weekly provided by the school on ESOL strategies/differentiation.
-In high school, I volunteered for four years in the band program that I was an active member in. I helped out at (band and color guard) competitions, food stands, car washes, and many other smaller fundraisers and events the band put on.
-I also used to volunteer at a barn in Southwest Ranches called Project Stable for two years before I went off to college. Project Stable is a program that allowed me to work alongside special needs children and work with them in a therapeutic riding program. Along with other volunteers, we would switch off between being the horse-handler or side-walker. I was usually a horse-handler since I had dealt with horses more than some of the other volunteers. When I was the horse-handler I was responsible for making sure the horse was following commands and making sure they're calm and collected at all times and if the horse spooks, it's my job to get him/her settled down as quickly as possible. When I was a side-walker, my responsibility was on the rider, not the horse. In that case, I would be holding onto the rider at all times, making sure that they're safe if the horse spooks or even trips, and being prepared to act if anything spooked the horse. Side-walkers also played games, did stretches, puzzles, and taught the special needs children about the horses. Volunteering here allowed me to see the importance of differentiation when working with children and allowed me to develop more knowledge in this area as well. In this program, it not only taught me patience, but also strengthened my communication skills as well because I was constantly talking to the children I worked with, with each individual having a different way of communicating, as well as their parents and other volunteers.
-In the Fishing Club I also helped clean up monofilament in the waters and helped out in Everglades City after Hurricane Irma.
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