Although, I can be shy and timid, when I know what I am doing, I become very much in charge. All of my coaches in sports have told me that I have the most teachable player they have had. My past teachers have always commended me on picking up on things well, and asking questions freely when I am confused.
I have also been told that I have great people skills, and a friendly smile always.
William Tennent High School – Graduate June 2014
Penn State Abington – Anticipated Graduation December 2019
Major: Rehabilitation and Human Services
Courses: Introduction to disability culture, Introduction to RHS, Introduction to counseling, Client Assessment in RHS, Group Work in RHS, Case Management and Communication Skills, Community Mental Health, Children and Families in RHS, Medical Aspects of Disability.
Best Buddies – East Stroudsburg University Program.
Working with students and people in the community with Intellectual Disabilities. I was one of the members that was chosen for a specific buddy, where I completed logs on the Best Buddies website.
Babysitting Job- September 2015 – May 2016
While babysitting for this family, I was tasked to watch twin 6 month olds, one boy and one girl. The little girl had weakness in her right foot because of the way she laid in the womb. I learn how to help and care for a child with a disability at a young age.
Southampton Estates Retirement Community, ACTS.
Supervisor April 2013 – Present
Over the past six years, working at the retirement home, I have greatly moved up in the company. I started it out as a waitress in the main dining hall, then went on to get trained in every aspect of the kitchen area. Now I am in charge of my own dining room, maintaining 10-15 employees every night.
Senior Captain PSU Softball
I have worked hard over the four years that I have been at Penn State Abington, this upcoming spring 2019 will be my second season as a captain.