I am Customer-focused Retail Sales professional with solid understanding of retail dynamics, marketing and customer service. Offering 4 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. Reliable Sales Associate with strengths in training and customer service. Friendly, knowledgeable and hard-working team player. Proven success in satisfying sales objectives and securing repeat patronage.
A majority of my college experience has been encouraging students on my campus to remain civically engaged and open-minded at The Center for Civic and Community Engagement. There I work on campus 3 days a week as Team Leader of my fellow ambassadors, encouraging students, faculty, and staff members to come by to ask any questions about volunteerism, organizations that help students struggling financially with food sources, clothing, and shelter. This past fall, our mission has been focusing on educating our campus about the 2020 election, this includes: understanding mail-in ballots, absentee ballots, drop box locations, local counties that you must vote in, registering to vote, finding non-partisan news sources, etc. We have also been encouraging our students to learn more at our sessions and to talk amongst fellow students and staff about issues that they feel are necessary to our sessions about education.
CUNNINGHAM ACTIVITY PROFILE HIGH SCHOOL , I have been previously involved in various clubs and volunteer works throughout my high school experience school, these clubs include: Dallastown Performing Arts Club (DPAC), International Thespian Society (ITS), annual spring musical, Girls Learn International, Black Student Union, and the school newspaper, The Beacon. My volunteer experiences include: Broadway Cares donations, Hurricane Relief to families in Puerto Rico, Brown's Orchard Thanksgiving donations, Brown's Orchard Sell a Christmas Tree fundraiser, ushering dance recitals for York Dance Arts, and helping at a booth with the Dallastown Elementary School May Day. Roles of leadership within these organizations include: DPAC- Historian, Junior and Senior student director, head costumer and ITS- Historian and class rep (all four years).
Throughout my schooling experience, I have always found it necessary to push myself further and push new limits, by being apart of an honors college I hope to expand my mind and limits further as I move away from my junior college to a four-year university. I love the thought of a challenge and refuse to shy away from them. I am currently in the honors program here at Northampton where I have taken Honors Sociology, a very complex and exciting course. In the class I learned of many great minds that contributed to theories and comments on behavioral patterns. The course was tough, but I felt absolutely great finishing it out, learning things about myself and the world that I share with others and apply them to my life. The honors class gave me a sense of freedom because the professor allowed us plenty of space to learn and discover on our own and also gave us a seminar-like class experience, which I enjoyed over other lecture structures.
Without the exposure to the honors class, I would not have understood my preferred style of learning. I was so used to the teacher lectures, students participated in a style of learning. I felt more confident in speaking up in my classes, engaging with students more, and feeling comfortable with the art of informed arguments. In regular courses, I feel like I am not getting the same experience as I did in my honors course. I at times do not feel challenged or when I am overwhelmed I cannot reach my teacher individually because of the amount of students in the class. I believe the honors college is the perfect place for me to improve upon my current abilities while also challenging me for the better.
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