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Atlanta, GA
September 30, 2020

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Mya J. Jackson



Spelman College, Atlanta GA

Candidate for Bachelor of Arts and Social Science Degree, May 2021

Major: English Minor: Psychology

Cumulative G.P.A: 3.54

Skills: Microsoft Office, Excel, PowerPoint

Honors & Awards: Dean’s List 2018, Honor roll 2018-2019, Deans List 2020 EXPERIENCE

Spelman College Grl- Pwr Organization

Mentor Aug. 2018 - 2020

●Assisted and guided teenage girls with homework, studying habits, and lifestyle strategies

●Exposed teenage girls to Spelman College’s environment and academia

●Created relationships by offering supportive and guiding resources through bonding experiences

Mayor’s Intern May - July 2018

●Supported and assisted with the development of community events

●Conducted community events i.e. Tuesday and Thursdays Farmers Market, Youth GoodReads

University of Houston Pre-Law Pipeline

Program Scholar May 2019- July 2019

Participated and engaged with Law Center Faculty during an introductory law school course curriculum

Developed legal writing and research skills through introductory law courses

Shadowed and networked with judges, law faculty, and other members of the legal profession

Community Autism Resilience Emotion & Stress Lab (CARES Lab)

Student Researcher May – July 2020

Conducted independent research project on predictors of emergency services utilization among high-risk youth with autism spectrum disorder

Data preparation using Autism Inpatient Collection (AIC) datasest

Data analysis and interpretation using open-source statistical software JASP

Presentation to lab members and at Virginia Tech summer research symposium conference

Above Grades Educational Services LLC September 2020 – Present

Virtual Tutor

Tutoring elementary students in English and Math in which they require assistance

Use various interactive teaching methods dependent on child’s individual learning style

Conduct need-based assessments and individualized lesson plans to acquire student’s strengths and weaknesses



Mentor Mar. 2018- Present

Mentor and assist African American youth with educational and personal needs

Serve as peer counselors to fellow members of the organization

Coordinate events that promote youth engagement with AUC student bodies

Spelman College Student Ambassadors Program

Student Ambassador Jan. 2020- Present

Facilitated tours to prospective students and families by greeting them, providing general information and assistance

Interacted with prospective students, family members, college and high school counselors providing information about Spelman

Demonstrated leadership and professionalism through in-person and virtual tours and meetings with students and their family members


Ronald McDonald House (2018-2020), Atlanta Community Food Bank (2018-2020), Sister Talk/ Judge Penny Brown (2018-2020) Habesha Gardens (2019), Westview Community Gardens (2019)

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