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Data Entry Assistant

Kings County, NY
March 25, 2018

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Ervina Kajno

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William James College, Newton, MA Beginning August 2018

Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology (PsyD)

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Chicago, IL

Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology GPA: 3.6

John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY May 2015

Bachelor of Arts in Forensic Psychology GPA: 3.5


Career Services Office (TCSPP), Chicago, IL September 2016 – June 2017

Graduate Assistant

Facilitate the interaction of employers with students and the Career Services Center alike

Coordinate several administrative duties that involve posting several positions on the job board, answering phone calls, returning voicemails, and picking up mail correspondence

Assist in the professional development of graduate students by providing them guidance through email advising as well as scheduling appointments for advisement

John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY September 2015 – June 2016

Data Entry Assistant

Worked as a data entry assistant in the Sex Offender Research Lab

Input coding and interpreted the data that was gathered in the Sex Offender surveys

Recorded all subject information in a confidential database used for assessing level of involvement in the scientific activity

John Jay Center for Career and Professional Development, New York, NY February 2015 – May 2015

Work Study

Greeted students, faculty, staff, and visitors; answered general questions, concerns and requests

Performed administrative duties such as answering incoming calls and faxing imperative documents

Supported the office with special projects such as the Job & Internship Fairs, Information Sessions and Tabling Events

Bellevue NYU Hospital, New York, NY May 2006 –September 2011


Translated in Albanian and Spanish for individuals and families subjected to torture and war trauma to re-build health

Worked with physiologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and facilitated their communication with the patients

Handled confidential documents/sensitive information and learned to maintain appropriate boundaries through therapy sessions


Office of Council Member Helen Rosenthal City Hall, New York, NY February 2015 – May 2015

Legislative Intern

Conducted policy research and assisted with the writing and proposing of potential legislation

Assisted in managing the Legislative Office and briefed the Councilmember on existing or proposed legislation

Staffed the Councilwoman at meetings

Social Service Board-New York Society for Ethical Culture, New York, NY February 2014 – February 2015

Televisiting Intern

Supported SSB programing such as Supportive Televisiting Services for Children with Incarcerated Parents

Developed outcomes measures for program evaluation and development

Coordinated activities that involved reading, music, and art for children and parents to engage before, during, and after televisits

Translated documents and surveys completed by the Spanish-speaking incarcerated individuals and their families


John Jay College Office of Community Outreach New York, NY August 2014 – May 2015

Signature Event Coordinator

Networked with important members in the John Jay community in order to promote events and raise social awareness

Planned and implemented my own Self Defense Event in order to instill a sense of empowerment within the John Jay Community

Assisted my fellow council members in planning, staffing and promoting events that were focused on raising awareness about social issues in the community


John Jay College of Community Outreach, Signature Event Coordinator, 2014-2015

New York State Psychological Association, Forensic Psychology Division, 2015

Women in Corporate America (WICA), Member, 2011-2012

Edward R. Murrow High School Dean’s Office, Peer Mediator, 2007-2011


Fluent in Albanian and Spanish: Speaking, Reading, and Writing

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