Follow Cheryl’s Progress
Cheryl Demirdogen of Danvers, MA earned a spot on Merrimack College's Dean's List for Spring 2017.Spring 2017
Cheryl Demirdogen of Danvers, MA was named to the Merrimack College Dean's List for Fall 2016. Each semester, Merrimack College undergraduate students earn the right to be named to the dean's list...Fall 2016
Cheryl Demirdogen of Danvers was named to the Merrimack College Dean's List for Spring 2016.Spring 2016
Cheryl Demirdogen of Danvers has achieved the status of Dean's List for the fall 2015 semester at Merrimack College. To be named to the Dean's List, a student must earn a 3.25 GPA or higher based ...Fall 2015
Awards & Recognition
Cheryl Demirdogen was recognized for earning an academic awardThe Dr. James J. St. Germain Award
Awarded to the first-ranked graduating Professional Studies senior who is pursuing graduate studiesSpring 2017Added by Cheryl
Danvers Council on Aging & Senior Center
Supportive Day Program AssistantJanuary 2017 - May 2017
Capstone Internship - Spring 2017 Semester - provided socialization, some supervision and support and minimal assistance with activities of daily living to participants of the Supportive Seniors Day Program, which included clients with multiple physical problems but who are stable and do not need nursing observation or nursing intervention. Participants can communicate (though not necessarily verbalize), and there may be some cognitive impairment, but the resulting behavior can be handled with redirection and reassurance. Offered companionship in a safe and stimulating environment to clients while helping to plan, prepare, and serve nutritious meals and snacks. Assisted in setting up of program space and implementation of daily activity programs.
Children's Center for Communication / Beverly School for the Deaf
9th Grade Classroom AssistantJanuary 2016 - May 2016
Merrimack Service Learning Project - Spring 2016 Semester - worked directly with three 16-year old students who are either deaf or hearing, with additional physical or cognitive issues such as cerebral palsy and/or Autism. Worked specifically with one student in a vocation training program to help learn daily tasks such as food preparation. Also worked one-on-one with students during written classroom assignments, using sign-language to communicate.