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High School Assistant

Location:
Ridgeland, MS, 39157
Posted:
October 13, 2010

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LaStephanie Clark

**** ******* ****

Sturgis, MS 39769

662-***-**** (cell)

abjdbz@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE: To attain a position as a Veterinarian Assistant.

EDUCATION:

Alcorn State University Lorman, MS

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry May, 2010

Science G. P. A.:3.79

Overall G. P. A.:3.59, magna cum laude

honors: Honor’s Curriculum Program

Dean and President List Scholar 2006-2010

Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society

Delta Epsilon Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated

Alpha Chi Sigma Chemistry Fraternity

Beta Kappa Chi National Scientific Honor Society

coursework: General Chemistry I & II, Organic Chemistry I & II, General Physics I & II,

Quantitative Analysis, Instrumental Method of Analysis, Physical Chemistry I &

II, Biochemistry I & II, Inorganic Chemistry, Modern Physics, General Zoology I

& II, General Microbiology, Cell Biology, Genetics, Immunology, Seminars

activities: Pre-Professional Program, President & Senator of Biology Club, Khem Klub, Chemistry,

Physics, & Physical Science Tutor, Students Involved In Prevention (SIP), Minority

Association for Pre-Medicine Scholars(MAPS), Photography for

Alcorn State University Campus Chronicle

West Oktibbeha County High School Maben, MS

Diploma May, 2006

Overall G. P. A.: 4.00

honors: Valedictorian

Who’s Who All-American High School Student

National Beta Club

Academic Achievement Awards

Scholar- Athlete Award for Cheerleading-2006

Homecoming Queen 2005-2006

activities: Senior Vice Class President, Junior Class President, Member of Student Council,

Homecoming Committee, Beta Club

varsity sport: Cheerleading-Captain

awards: MVP, Cheerleading- 2006

Most Dedicated Cheerleader-2005 & 2006

Anticipate full-time graduate studies to receive Masters’ in either Medical

Science or Biomedical Science

LaStephanie Clark Page 2

INTERNSHIP/RESEARCH:

Laboratory Researcher Lorman, MS

Water-Dissolvable Sodium Sulfate Nanowires as a Versatile Template for the

Fabrication of Polyelectrolyte-and Metal-Based Nanotubes:

Alcorn State University Sept 09 to Apr 10

Performed various tasks in the laboratory.

Worked with Dr. Noland to prepare sulfate nanotubes to see if could be prepared

in our campus laboratory from the experiment procedure in the 2006 Journal of

American Chemical Society Vol. 128, pgs.116**-*****.

Physics Laboratory Assistant Lorman, MS

Alcorn State University Sept 08 to Apr 09

Set-up laboratory equipment for weekly physics laboratories.

Demonstrated proper technique for laboratories.

Assisted Dr. Letemeskel Asfaw in the grading of students’ work.

Research and Engineering Apprentice Program (REAP) Starkville, MS

Mississippi State University Summer 2004

Worked with Dr. Adrienne Minerick and Dr. Gloria Thomas performing various

experiments dealing with fluorescence and capillary electrophoresis.

Biosafety Level-2 Training

Hazardous Waste Training

Power Tool Training

WORK EXPERIENCE:

Mississippi Big Brother and Big Sister Program Lorman, MS

Alcorn State University Oct 08 to Apr 10

Met and mentored the child every Saturday at Saturday Science Academy (SSA).

Taught and assisted Ms. Sonia Eley in the instruction of the 7th grade students in weekly

science activities and projects.

Assisted the child in creating a science fair project where she received the prize of

Honorable Mention in Saturday Science Academy Science Fair.

Ruby Tuesday Starkville, MS

Hostess, Server, Tue-Go Summer 07 & 08

Cleaned restaurant, took customers to their seats and orders.

Made personal deliveries to customers’ cars and sales of about $550 per six-hour shift

acting as server.

Trained several employees as hostesses, servers, and tue-go.

REFERENCES: Personal and Professional References available upon request.



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