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Awards & Recognition
Julia Butler was recognized for earning an academic awardThe Sawyer Medal Award is an academic achievement award local to Gloucester, MA. It is given to the top five students in Freshman and Sophomore year, and the top two Junior and Senior year. For Juniors and Seniors they choose one boy and one girl. I was the girl chosen for Junior Year. You can only win the award once in your high school career. This an especially high honor to receive in Gloucester schools.Added by JuliaExpand ▾
Golden Living Center
Activites AssistantJune 2017 - August 2017
I worked as an activities assistant at Golden Living Centers in Gloucester, MA. My job duties included conducting activities such as arts and crafts, coloring, exercise, sing a longs, games and even excursions out into the community. Between activities held at Golden Living Centers, I would converse one on one with all residents who did not join us for activities during the day. My work involved working with residents with dementia and Alzheimer's disease. I was trained in HIPAA laws, resident care, and dementia.
Whittier Health Network
Unit SecretaryJuly 2016 - September 2016
I work as a weekend secretary at the Masconomet Healthcare Center in Topsfield MA. I fill in for the main secretary on one of the inpatient units by answering phone calls and doing paper work related to patient care and patient records including admission paper work, discharge paper work, filing papers into patients' charts and paper work for appointments. I have experience with Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel as I updated online patient rosters for the nursing staff. The work includes handling confidential and sensitive medical information. During the position, I was certified in Dementia awareness in accordance with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public health.
Northshore Community College
Assistant TeacherJune 2013 - August 2014
I assisted an adjunct professor in teaching a summer course for children in 6th through 8th grade in Northshore's Kids to College with summer courses in painting and sculpting as well as drawing. I taught and designed curriculum and helped individual students. The position ran in a span of a few days for two weeks for a course to run. Courses ran in July and August over two summers in 2013 and 2014