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Assistant Office

Silver Spring, MD
February 21, 2020

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Silver Spring, Maryland 20903



University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, MD

Masters Since in Rehabilitation Counseling present

Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Services, December 2016

GPA: 3.89/4.00 Dean’s List 2014, 2015, 2016, Rehabilitation Services Club 2015 - Present

National Society of Leadership and Success, 2016, Center for International Education, 2016


Case Recording & Case Management, Counseling Skills & Techniques, Interviewing Vocational Development Counseling & Employment, Counseling Skills & Techniques, Test Measurement, Technology in Rehabilitation, Psychiatric Rehabilitation, and Computer Applications


Researched and designed a patent pending assistive technology device for disabled people, March 2016


United States Citizen Microsoft Office Specialist Certified 2016

Assistant Tutor CPR

Note Taking Techniques Mentoring

Give presentations to students Management skills

Data Base Sorting Public Speaking and Written

Fluent in Amharic and Tigrigna Motivation techniques

Crisis Intervention Attention to Details

Conflict Resolution Problem Solving Skills

Organizational Program Planning, Program Implementation

Flexible Ability to work in diverse settings

Excellent interpersonal skills Responsible and Reliable

Proficient in Microsoft Office 2013 Word, Email Accounting

PowerPoint, Excel, Access and Publisher Counseling

Certificate – Student Leader, 2016


Capitol Hill Pregnancy Center CHPC 713 Maryland Ave NE Washington DC 20002

Internship As client advocate for 600hr Fall 2019 from August-December 2019

Lower Shore Clinic, Inc. /Go-Getters, 716 North Division Street Salisbury, MD 21801

As intern practicum for 100hr Summer 2019 from June-August 2019

University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Student Disability Services, Princess Anne, MD

Mentor /Note Taker Fall 2013 – 2014, Spring 2014 – 2016

I used to work with young and adults on substance abuse as client advocate voluntary in East Africa Ethiopia since 2003-2010.

Greet students and explain note taking and tutoring procedures. Tutor over twenty (20) students in Mathematics. Organize note-taking appointments with the students. Provide written communications to professor and the disability coordinator. Manage details regarding student’s class status and follow-up. Serve as a mentor and assist supervisor with coordinating study groups, testing and campus activities.

Engage in conversation with university faculty and staff regarding disability students’ progress and concerns.

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