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Event Coordinator

Location:
Boston, MA
Salary:
46,000
Posted:
March 14, 2019

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Allison

C.

Cherundolo

** *********

St,

Boston,

02125

ac8saz@r.postjobfree.com

912- 571- 2616 Objective

Passionate,

attentive

individual

seeking

career

in

hospitality

utilizing

skills

in

efficiency,

communication

and

organization. Education

James

Madison

University

Harrisonburg,

VA

May

2018 Bachelor

of

Science:

Hospitality

Management Minors:

Business

and

Nonprofit

Studies Semester

in

Florence,

Florence,

Italy

Summer

2016 Summer

Semester

in

Florence,

Italy

through

the

Center

for

Global

Engagement Focus

on

Hospitality

Management

Experience

Service

Team

Member,

Dorchester

Brewing

Company,

Boston,

MA

February

2019- Present

• Enhance

guest

experience

by

upholding

standards

of

the

taproom

through

bussing

and

managing

patrons Americorps

Member,

City

Year,

Boston,

MA

August

2018- Present

• Serving

a

10th

grade

classroom

supporting

65

students

through

one- on- one,

small

group,

and

whole

class

instruction

• Facilitated

after- school

programming

focusing

on

homework

completion,

relationship

building

and

study

habits

• Coached

students

in

attendance

and

social- emotional

goals

through

weekly

targeted

goals

as

a

near- peer

mentor

• Organized

extended

day

programming

for

lower

school Alternative

Break

Coordinator,

Community

Service- Learning,

Harrisonburg,

VA

May

2017- 2018

• Facilitates

training

course

for

60

student

leaders

who

will

be

leading

weeklong

service

breaks.

• Prepares

informative

and

interactive

lesson

plans

for

leaders.

Leaders

are

then

well

prepared

to

share

this information

with

their

10- 12

participants

as

everyone

collectively

works

towards

active

citizenship.

• Plans

and

hosts

400

participant

retreat

focused

on

social

justice

and

group

building.

• Collaborates

with

members

of

the

administrative

assistance,

outreach,

and

fiscal

team

to

ensure

seamless alternative

break

experience

for

400

participants. Orientation

Peer

Advisor,

JMU

Orientation,

Harrisonburg,

VA

February- Sept

2017

• Informed

incoming

first

year

students,

families,

and

guests

of

the

services

offered

by

the

20,000- student

university.

• Tracked

student

success

through

relationship

building

over

the

summer

orientation

day

followed

by

email communication

to

best

prepare

students

for

move

in

day

at

the

end

of

the

summer.

• Worked

on

a

team

of

30

diverse

peers

to

form

a

cohesive

group

best

suited

to

serve

incoming

students

needs.

• Supervised

8

student

staff

members.

Each

pair

supervised

34

first

year

students

during

their

transition

to

college.

• Focused

on

superb

customer

service

skills

as

students

went

through

large

transitional

phase

in

many

sectors

of

life.

• Served

as

selected

student

liaison

to

communicate

between

professional

staff

and

student

staff

members. Transfer

Orientation

Peer

Advisor,

JMU

Orientation,

Harrisonburg,

VA

May- June

2017

• Familiar

with

the

transfer

credit

process

involving

4- year

institutions,

community

colleges,

and

associates

degrees.

• Assisted

with

schedule

making

to

ensure

major

and

general

education

requirements

were

fulfilled

in

proper

order.

• Worked

in

partnership

to

best

serve

students

through

diverse

resources

and

experiences

for

successful

transition. Extern,

Aramark,

Harrisonburg,

VA

September- December

2015

• Worked

on

a

team

at

retail

location

and

dining

hall

to

provide

to

meals

at

20,000

student

campus

during

lunch

rush.

• Required

knowledge

of

recipes,

use

of

equipment,

portion

size,

food

storage,

sanitation,

safety,

and

cutting

skills.

• Assisted

with

prep

and

clean

up

while

keeping

in

mind

sterilization,

cross

contamination,

and

food

temperatures. Banquet

Server,

Airlie

Center,

Warrenton,

VA

May

–September

2015

• Served

conference

attendees

as

well

as

bed

and

breakfast

guests

in

formal

dining

room

set

for

250

guests.

• Polished

silverware,

set

tables

with

linens

to

formal

standards,

provided

drink

service,

buffet

set

up

and

refill.

• Collaborated

with

chef

to

meet

the

dietary

needs

of

each

guest

in

dining

room

and

at

private

events. Service

Coordinator,

Community

Service- Learning,

Harrisonburg,

VA

April

2015- May

2017

• Maintained

contact

with

students,

faculty,

and

community

agencies

to

facilitate

matching

of

needs

and

resources.

• Planned

and

facilitate

reflection

sessions

for

service- learners

to

connect

direct

service

and

academic

work.

• Facilitated

and

planned

15th

annual

Hunger

Banquet

for

120

students,

faculty,

and

community

members

to

better understand

the

issues

surrounding

hunger.

• Participated

on

hiring

committee

for

Director

of

Community

Service- Learning

and

for

other

student

staff

members. Customer

Service

Staff,

Effee’s

Frozen

Favorites,

New

Baltimore,

VA

March

2012- September

2015

• Obtained

and

filled

customer

requests

for

ice

cream

products,

taking

into

consideration

any

personalization.

• Maintained

product

inventory

data

and

shared

with

business

owners

with

adequate

time

to

place

new

order.

• Tracked

payments

and

collections

properly.

Oversaw

facility

maintenance.

Completed

opening

and

closing

tasks. Leadership

Experience

Leader

and

Participant,

Alternative

Break

Program,

James

Madison

University

March

2015- Present

• Enrolled

in

leader

training

course

focused

on

leadership,

direct

service

practices,

community

impact,

social

justice and

diversity,

and

civic

engagement.

• Participated

in

pre- break

meetings,

weeklong

service

and

reflection,

and

reorientation

back

to

the

community

when returning

from

the

alternative

break.

• Led

breaks

focusing

on

reintegration

of

prisoners

into

the

community,

veterans

experiencing

homelessness,

mothers and

children

experiencing

homelessness,

and

rebuilding

after

natural

disaster.

• Participated

on

breaks

focusing

on

an

afterschool

program

in

the

Bronx

and

rebuilding

in

New

Orleans

community. Secretary,

Phi

Sigma

Pi,

James

Madison

University

January

2017-

December

2017

• Active

executive

board

member

for

the

National

Gender

Inclusive

Honor

Fraternity

• Collaborated

with

12

person

Executive

board

in

decision

making

process.

Decisions

include

voting

rights,

bylaw changes,

membership

termination,

inappropriate

conduct

punishment,

ritual

amendments,

and

initiation

process.

• Responsible

for

tracking

members

attendance

at

events.

Reference

of

bylaws

necessary

to

properly

excuse members

from

events

as

stated

in

bylaws.

Proper

fines

allotted

and

transferred

to

Treasurer

if

not

in

attendance.

• Responsible

for

submission

of

Form

110s

to

National

Office

to

track

progress

of

the

organization.

• Transfer

of

power

between

individuals

holding

office

at

end

of

term. First

Year

Orientation

Guide,

JMU

Orientation,

Harrisonburg,

VA

August

2016

• Participated

in

synchronized

dance

with

300+

other

individuals

for

Welcoming

of

4,500

students

to

campus.

• Built

relationship

with

34

first

year

students

to

support

academically,

socially,

and

emotionally

from

college

forward. Initiate

Class

President,

Phi

Sigma

Pi,

James

Madison

University

January-

May

2016

• Facilitated

class

meeting

with

construction

of

agenda

for

meetings

in

order

to

plan

and

execute

service,

scholarship, fellowship,

and

social

events.

Included

opinions

from

21

class

members

as

well

as

the

brotherhood. Rho

Gamma,

Panhellenic

Council,

James

Madison

University

January- September

2016

• Served

as

a

resource

and

support

system

to

19

women

by

ensuring

formal

recruitment

process

is

understood

by

all.

• One- on- one

guidance

to

make

sure

process

is

ethical

and

mutually

beneficial

to

potential

new

member. Philanthropy

Chair,

Alpha

Delta

Pi,

James

Madison

University

December

2015- September

2016

• Organized

a

Philanthropy

event

each

semester

for

the

Panhellenic

community

while

serving

as

Philanthropy

Chair.

• Raised

$3,700

for

Ronald

McDonald

House

Charities

while

supervising

12- member

committee

and

$2,000

budget. Community

Based

Mentor,

Big

Brothers

Big

Sisters,

Harrisonburg,

VA

September

2015-

February

2017

• Obtained

mentorship

skills

and

diversity

knowledge

through

the

interactions

with

Little

Sister

and

her

family. Logistics

Committee

Head,

The

Big

Event

Committee,

James

Madison

University

September

2015- May

2016

• Communicated

with

professional

staff

members

across

campus

to

set

up

programmatic

elements

of

the

event.

• Obtained

food

donation

from

Aramark

for

breakfast

for

600

volunteers. Recruitment

Chair,

Alpha

Delta

Pi,

James

Madison

University

May

2015- October

2015

• Assisted

Recruitment

and

Marketing

Vice

President

by

supervising

233

women

for

open

house

round

of

recruitment. Professional

Development

National

Conference

on

Citizenship,

Washington,

D.C.

Fall

2015 The

Big

Event

Conference,

Texas

A&M,

College

Station,

TX

Spring

2016 Alternative

Break

Citizenship

School,

Grand

Canyon,

AZ

Summer

2016 Women

in

Foodservice

Forum,

Orlando,

FL

Spring

2017



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