I'm the president of Spilled Ink, Loyola's Writing Club, founded in order to involve and enhance a community of writers at Loyola. I have a passion for working with children and plan on pursuing a career in child psychology. I currently intern at Southeast Baltimore Early Headstart where I work with children between the ages 1-3 and help monitor and guide their developmental, behavioral and emotional goals. In addition, I volunteer at Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital in the Infant unit where I similarly work with infants, under the age of 1, toward achieving developmental goals including grasping, smiling, teething, sitting up and more.
Created a writing club designed to assist members with learning basic writing skills, explore a variety of writing genres and integrate them into a welcoming community of fellow writers. Hone leadership and organizational skills by planning events, structuring meetings and relaying information
Tutor at Loyola University Maryland Writing Center
Tutor one-on-one with Loyola students in any form of writing assignment: research paper, essay, scholarship application, job application etc. Assist students with grammar, logical flow of ideas, organization of paper and outlining of papers
September 2016 - Present
Writing Center Tutor at Loyola University Maryland
Working part-time in the Loyola Writing Center as a tutor who helps students with a range of subjects and assists in essay writing/editing
February 2016 - Present
Substitute Teaching Assistant and Summer School Teaching Assistant at Rockland BOCES
• Work with seven to ten children, all ages across the autistic spectrum as well as children with speech deficiencies and/or learning/emotional disabilities
• Guide students in academics or arts and crafts, reinforce proper behavior management and demonstrate proper communication skills.
• Assist a variety of lead teachers and their respective students struggling with mental and emotional handicaps during classroom instruction and recreational activity time.
• Catalogue appointments requested by students needing assistance with their computers, phones, tablets and televisions on an application referred to as “Team Work” and under the labeling of specific office codes.
• Evaluate, diagnose and repair viruses, software malfunctions and hard-drive difficulties on the customer’s laptop through the installation of malware and other anti-virus programs.
• Program customer’s Loyola Email account into their phones or computers through the Exchange portal and by following standard procedures.
January 2015 - Present
Student Technology Center Senior Technician at Loyola University Maryland Faculty Technology Center
Catalogue appointments requested by students needing assistance with their computers and other electronic devices. Evaluate, diagnose and repair viruses, software malfunctions and hard-drive difficulties on the customer’s laptop through the installation of malware and other anti-virus programs. Program customer’s Loyola Email account into their phones or computers through the Exchange portal
January 2015 - Present
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