New York, New, York 10031
Summary: Oriented professional with 16 years of experience working with a diverse population of non-traditional students. Superior, communication skills, maturity and honest also have ability to look at challenges as opportunities to execute my knowledge of general office procedures, excellent in oral, written and commutation skills.
The College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY
Graduate School Masters of Science Dual Master in Education, Special Ed, Early Childhood In Progress
a team member of your organization I can provide; efficiencyreliability, Undergraduate Bachelor of Arts Area of Concentration: Psychology Graduated: 2001
THE COLLEGE OF NEW ROCHELLE- ROSA PARKS CAMPUS, NEW YORK, NY 2005 - PRESENT
Coordinator of Retention
Responsible for recruiting all new and returning students.
Proctor entrance exams for new/reentering students with H.S.D/ GED.
Conduct orientation on campus and all outside events.
Supervise the entering weekly attendance class rosters.
Contacted all students with one or more absences: done daily.
Assist in registration for all new students.
Prepare retention enrollment data on a weekly basis
Cleansing of class rosters in preparation of generating grades sheets
Collect all grade sheets to be sent to main campus for entry.
Weekly meeting with Campus director to drop students who stop attending class(es): first 12 weeks of the semester.
Responsible for entering students registration into the database
Monitoring and reporting any overage in class seating capacity to Campus Director.
Maintain all new students’ files, each semester.
ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC SCHOOL, NEW YORK, NY 2004 - 2005
Teacher’s Aid for 1st Grade
Assisted head teacher with lesson instruction and grading students work.
Provided individualized attention to students who required additional assistance in reading and mathematics.
Participated in Parent- Teacher Conferences
Managed classroom of 29 students alone when head teacher attended monthly workshops.
Received professional development in Child abuse prevention, Reading-Writing-Phonics and Religious Education.
THE COLLEGE OF NEW ROCHELLE, ROSA PARKS CAMPUS, NEW YORK, NY 1998 - 2005
Assistant to the Retention Coordinator
Scheduled orientation workshops for new students.
Proctored entrance exams for new student with H.S.D / G.E.D.
Assisted with registering all new students entering the institution.
Prepared and submitted CPAT test data to testing agency.
Monitored and updated weekly attendance rosters.
Maintain new students’ records.
Human Resource Administration, New York, NY 1988 - 1989
Maintained data regarding client Medicaid and medical benefits
Maintained and generated computer files for all clients
Operated high volume switchboard
Daughters of Jacobs Geriatrics Center, Bronx, New York 1985 - 1986
Volunteer: Patient assistant
Planned bi- weekly shopping list for 10 elderly patients according to doctor’s specification.
Organized day trips to local parks, and other leisure activities.
Escorted patients to appointments, and pharmacy.
Dean - School of New Resources (Retired 2012)
( 917) 704-***-****
Elza Dinwiddie-Boyd has worked at The College of New Rochelle for over 20 years. As my mentor and under her tutelage and leadership, she recommended to the Provost (which was approved), my hire and promotion to the following positions: Assistant to the Retention Coordinator (1998) and Coordinator of Retention (2005). After providing 10 years of service to Students, Faculty, and Staff, Mrs. Boyd has always supported my recruitment and retention strategies for the college and stated that I am a valuable asset to the institution.
Tania J. Quinn
The College of New Rochelle
29 Castle Place
New Rochelle, NY 10805
Tania J. Quinn is presently employed with The College of New Rochelle as the Registrar. I have the honor of working with her for the past 10 years and she has been with the institution for over 20 years. Prior to her promotion to Registrar (2008), Ms. Quinn was my immediate supervisor at the Rosa Parks Campus from 1992 - 2002. Under her leadership, she allowed me to work independently and not micro-manage my responsibilities. In addition, Tania provided me with Professional Development which has strengthened my code of ethics in and for the College.