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Education and Training Specialist

Location:
Sacramento, California, United States
Salary:
$48,000/year
Posted:
May 29, 2018

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Maximilian Rosa

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Sacramento, CA. 95838

818-***-****, m ac5n2f@r.postjobfree.com

Experience: Kidspace Children’s Museum, P asadena, CA Education Specialist, ( 12/2016-11/2017)

Ice Harbor Brewing, Kennewick, WA

Brewer; (07/2015-07/2016)

Thomas Edison Charter Academy, San Francisco, CA

Tutoring Program Coordinator and After School Education Specialist, ( 01/2014-05/2015) Earl’s Organic Produce, San Francisco, CA

Administrative Assistant, (03/2014-05/2015)

Crepes and Brioche Bakery, San Francisco, CA

Farmers Market Sales Associate, (06/2014-12/2014) Center for Fathers and Families-Norwood Jr. High School, Sacramento, CA After School Program Facilitator and Garden Program Coordinator, ( 02/2012-01/2014) Natural Bridges High School Water Conservation Project, S anta Cruz, CA, Project Lead Inventor and Facilitator: (09/2010-03/2011) University of California, Santa Cruz (Physical Plant) (Environmental Studies Department) Recycling Coordinator (11/2010-06/2011) I nternship Office Assistant (09/2010-01/2011) Sacramento Sustainability Forum (SSF), S acramento, CA Event Organizer: (12/2009-09/2010)

American River College (Math & English Departments), S acramento, CA: Instructional Assistant: Reading Across the Disciplines (RAD) Program (06/2007-05/2010); Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement Program (MESA) (06/2009-05/2010) Education: California State University, S acramento Bachelors of Science: Environmental Studies, (12/2012) University of California, S anta Cruz, CA

Major: Environmental Studies and Economics (09/2010-06/2011) American River College, S acramento, CA

Graduation Date: May 19. 2010 (Commencement Ceremony Student Speaker) GPA: 3.75 Degrees received: A.S. in Math and Physical Science and an A.A. in Liberal Studies Honors (06/06-08/08); President's Honors (08/08-08/09); Highest Honors (08/09- 05/10 1

Leadership: Mission Community Market, San Francisco, CA Farmers Market Volunteer (04/2014-12/2014)

California Student Sustainability Coalition

2011 Winter Leadership Retreat, San Luis Obispo & 2012 Spring Leadership Retreat, Riverside, CA Conference TGIF Workshop Facilitator ( 11/2 011) Chico, CA & (04/2012) Davis, CA Keeping the Promise: Rally for Education, Sacramento, CA Student Speaker Representing Community Colleges with Governor Schwarzenegger (06/2010) 2010 Happy Valley Leadership Retreat, S anta Cruz, CA American River College MESA Representative (04/2010) 2009 PG&E MESA Youth Leadership Conference, B erkeley, CA American River College MESA Representative (10/2009) Campus: Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, S acramento, CA

Epsilon Nu (Sacramento State) Chapter Founding Father (02/2012) Education for Sustainable Living Program, Santa Cruz, CA Teaching Assistant and Section Leader: (03/2011-06/2011) Campus Sustainability Council

College Ten Representative & Fiscal Coordinator: (09/2010-06/2011) Student Senate for California Community Colleges

Legislative Volunteer, (04/2009-09/2010)

Muslim Student Association: I-Slam for Haiti Earthquake Relief Fundraiser Performing Poet: (4/23/2010)

Grants: Supervisor Scott Wiener D istrict 8 Sidewalk Greening Grant - San Francisco, CA

$5,000 - Sidewalk planter renovation for water conservation with educational displays Whole Kids Foundation School Garden Grant - San Francisco, CA

$2,000 - Thomas Edison Charter Academy School Garden Grant Grant Advisory Board for Youth - Sacramento, CA

$500 - Norwood Junior High School Garden Grant

University of California Santa Cruz Carbon Fund - Santa Cruz, CA

$10,000 - Natural Bridges High School Water Conservation Education Project Internships: Sacramento Tree Foundation 2010 Summer Internship. Projects: Nature Intern, STF Seed to Seedling, STF Tree Growth Rate Study Backflow Prevention Device Testing and Clarke Sales, V alencia, CA Data Analyst: ( 08/2008-01/2009)

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Awards: Sacramento Rainbow Chamber of Commerce

Scholarship Recipient: (10/2010)

National Science Foundation S TEM Scholarship

Science, Engineering, Technology, and Mathematics, (10/2009-05/2010) Will Albrecht Young Writers Competition

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Place for poetry ( 09/2009)

Publications: Blue Moon Literary and Art Review

Issue 4: Fall – Winter 2009: T he Most Destructive Drinking Water and Backflow Prevention

February 2009: Do Relief Valves Really Provide a Benefit? Skills: Equipment: F orklift, Pallet Jack, Skill Saw, Table Saw, Rotary Saw, Sawzall Programs: M icrosoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, Access, Outlook, Adobe Photoshop. Personal: Excellent public speaker, desire to learn, determination to succeed. 3



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