AMY C. HAMPTON
Atlanta, GA 404-***-**** email@example.com
PERSONAL OBJECTIVE: To utilize my 21 years of experience in Education to promote child development, program quality, training and professional development.
Bright From the Start Georgia Trainer I Metropolitan Atlanta 2013-Present
Train beginning level preschool teachers on subjects such as Curriculum, Developmentally Appropriate Practices, Learning Environments, and the Required Basics.
Develop and Implement all course curriculum approved for level 1 trainings.
Wieuca Road Baptist Day School Atlanta, GA 2010-Present
Responsible for overseeing the implementation of The Creative Curriculum while ensuring the thoughts, concepts, and theories of Developmentally Appropriate Practices are met.
Also responsible for teacher training, classroom arrangement, and BFTS health and safety standards. Hired, Trained and managed teaching staff of 35 teachers.
Plan school wide events that support family and community involvement. Conduct school tours, parent and teacher orientations, and staff meetings. Oversaw NAEYC Accreditation process and Georgia’s Quality Rated process.
Manage operations of the center in Director’s absence.
Manage Enrollment through registration process and children’s files.
Plan staff meetings and professional development.
Adjunct Instructor: (On-Line)
Rasmussen College On-Line, August 2015-2016
Teach and provide daily instruction for Foundations of Child Development courses.
Incorporate educational theories and philosophies of teaching into the classroom by implementing student centered learning.
Integrate technology into curriculum by supplementing class lectures and developing student’s progress individually.
Establish and maintain positive relationships with students and colleagues to encourage an open and collaborative learning environment.
Assess student’s progress throughout course to differentiate learning.
CDA Instructor (On-Call)
Hicks and Hicks Associates Metropolitan Atlanta 2014-2017
Teach Child Development Associate Classes to teachers in preparation for the CDA Credential.
Classes include Health and Safety, Social and Emotional Development, Creativity, Program Management and Professionalism.
Oversee student’s progress, Professional Resource File, and test preparation throughout course.
World Changers College Park, GA 2006-2010
Children's Ministry Coordinator
Responsible for recruiting and training teachers and volunteers to teach children ages 0 through 10. Manages approx. 70 volunteers and serves more than 300 children in a month. Traveled across United States to train volunteers to become youth church teachers.
Planed and facilitated weekly orientations and staff meetings. Develops reports, curriculums, training, and activities.
Oversees department budgets and ordering, classrooms and office operations. Coordinates church and community events. Prepares payroll, receipts, and assist children's Director as needed.
Clayton County Headquarters Library Jonesboro, GA 2006-2007
Responsible for developing and implementing monthly library youth programs and trained youth volunteers.
I’ve also produced community events and involvement. Worked on a reduced budget while producing meaningful youth programs.
Hosted weekly creative children’s story time. And I’ve assisted with patron usage, tours, and desk inquiries.
Master of Arts in Education: Child Development Specialization Ashford University, 2013
Bachelor of Science in Counseling and Human Services Point University, 2011
Child Development Associate Atlanta, GA 2002
TRAININGS and Curriculums Developed
CDA (Child Development Associate)
Establishing Effective Learning Environments
What exactly is Child-Driven Art Work?
The Creative Curriculum Explained!
What to do with Tots and Two’s
Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse
A Healthy and Safe Learning Environment
Infectious Disease Control and Prevention
References, Training Evaluations, and Transcripts are Available upon Request.