Most of my professional experience has involved working with children. It's been the most fulfilling work that I've done so far. As a teacher and as a nanny I bring a unique set of skills to the work that I do. I've been lucky enough to have been working with children since 2006 in many different environments and with many different responsibilities. This has been a great service to me, as I've been able to develop the compassion, patience, creativity and improvisational skills needed in order to work with children.
As a senior in high school I created a WISE project (Wise Individualized Senior Experience) in which I wrote an arts curriculum for second grade students with an anti-bullying and anti-discrimination message. I got the program approved by the superintendent of schools (Berkshire Hills Regional School District) and began teaching four second grade classes, twice a week, for four months. I had close to 100 students participating in my program. The children and I collectively wrote a poem about what it means to be a kind and compassionate friend and shared it with their school. I got very good feedback from teachers, parents and my students after the project was over and I successfully completed my WISE project in excellent standing.
My responsibilities as a teacher at the recreation center include preparing my classroom, teaching a safe class to students and Amherst residents, and organizing the room/equipment closet after the class is over.
As a child care employee at the Wheatleigh, I was responsible for supervising children of guests when needed. I worked weddings and parties and had large groups of children to watch and also was hired to care for children privately. The Wheatleigh prides itself on being a five-star establishment and holds it's employees to that standard as well. I gained very good experience while working there.
This summer I was hired to be a nanny for an eleven-year-old girl named Amanda. I was responsible for driving her to camp, picking her up in the afternoons, tutoring her in math, cooking her dinner and cleaning the house (occasionally). During the hours that she was at camp I occasionally helped her mother, Jan, with organizing her home/office.
As an assistant instructor, it was m responsibility to prepare the horses for lessons (grooming, tacking, etc.), teach the riding lesson and then clean and organize the barn after the lessons was completed. I had multiple students (mostly children, two or three adults) who were my responsibility and I taught them on a weekly basis. Blue Rider is a therapy stable, so most of the children I was working with had disabilities and it was my responsibility to create a plan that would work for them and their individual challenges.
As head camp counselor, I was responsible for all campers in the Blue Rider summer day camp program, children ages 2-12. Having so many different ages and skill levels was a challenge at first but I soon developed a system to provide each child with a safe, fun and educational learning environment. This was my last duty at the stables before leaving for college and I consider this to be one of my greatest achievements while working at Blue Rider. My counselors and I were able to create a diverse and holistic camp program and it is because of our work that the summer camp is successful now.
High school diploma
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