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Amy Corron 100 Northridge Dr. Apt 10 Oxford, OH 45056

(978) 621-2288 corron.amy@gmail.com

EDUCATION Miami University, Oxford, OH M.S. Student Affairs in Higher Education, August, 2012-May, 2014 The College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA B.S. Psychology, Minor in Anthropology, graduated Summa Cum Laude May, 2011 University of St Andrews, St Andrews, Scotland BSc (Hons) Psychology, attended from 2007-2010 WORK EXPERIENCE Graduate Assistant August 2012-May 2014 Miami University Office of Student Activities, Oxford, OH Assisting the Office of Student Activities in all student engagement and leadership development endeavors for a campus of 16,000 undergraduate students • Advisor for multiple divisions of the Office of Student Activities’ student programming board with 150 members • Advised students through the planning, organizing, and execution of comedian and speaker events, as well as large-scale carnival events in which over 1,000 students participated • Advisor of the International Student Organization comprised of 40 students from at least 10 different countries • Co-advisor for 8 students attending National Association of Campus Activities regional conference • Two year co-facilitator for U-Lead. Facilitated 25 first year students’ introduction to Miami University and personal leadership development • Organizer of the 18th Annual Perlmutter Leadership Conference which included 15 interactive presentations and over 50 attendees • Supervisor for Associated Student Government student organization funding hearings allocation $1.1 million • Supervisor for four paid staff Peer Mentor student employees • Coordinator and instructor for Nature of Group Leadership undergraduate course • Creator and facilitator for four Student Organization Leadership Series workshops focused on effective leadership, event planning, and recruitment and retention • Co-chair of a transition committee planning student organization office space allocation in a new student center Student Activities & Orientation Assistant August 2013-May 2014 Miami University Hamilton Office of Student Activities & Orientation, Hamilton, OH Assisting orientation and student activities programming efforts on a diverse regional campus of 5,000 students • Create and facilitate trainings focused on effective advising and student organization recruitment and retention • Update the Student Organization Handbook and office policies • Assist in the planning and implementation of 4 spring orientation sessions. Recruit, hire, and train 25 student employee Orientation Coordinators and Orientation Leaders • Assist the Director in advising the programming board and support programming on a commuter campus • Advise students attending the Region VII NODA Conference Student Affairs Professional February 2013-January 2014 Miami University Farmer School of Business International Programs Office, Oxford, OH • Provided support assistance for 45 students in Europe and 26 students in Argentina studying abroad through the Farmer School of Business on summer and winter programs • Facilitated pre-departure team building and risk management activities


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Acted as a resource for transitional issues while abroad including homesickness and cultural adaptation Responsible for on-call crisis management duties that included seeking medical treatment for students, containing a scabies epidemic, locating a missing person, and alcohol related incidents Assisted faculty in moving students between multiple locations throughout Europe and Argentina

Interim Assistant Director of Student Activities & Engagement January-June 2012 University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, VA Assisted the office in developing students’ interpersonal, organizational, leadership, and citizenship skills at a public institution of 4,000 undergraduates Advising • Advised the student programming board of 20 members in creating weekly events and large-scale events • Supervised 9 student employees in a student center and assisted with the management of 35 more student employees in 3 different locations • In charge of student employee performance debrief and assessment. Held performance review meetings • Advised the 9 member student Finance Committee board in the allocation of approximately half a million dollars Orientation • Executed Spring Orientation events for transfer students. Acted as a facilitator for Orientation Leaders • Developed new team-building curriculum for an outdoor pre-orientation trip • Trained Graduate Assistants and staff on the execution of the team-building curriculum and learning outcomes • Executed Orientation Leader selection. Assisted Orientation Coordinators in selecting 120 Orientation Leaders • Maintained contact with Orientation Leaders and arranged spring training events • Advised Orientation Coordinators on planning the orientation schedule of events • Placed new students into orientation groups. Electronically introduced new students and Orientation Leaders • Assisted in the development of orientation merchandise including t-shirts, water bottles, and backpacks • Participated in strategic planning for a new summer orientation program Event Planning • Held individual event-planning meetings with student organizations planning events on campus • Advised student organizations on the all event and risk management policies set forth by the university • Completed performer contract edits to university and the Commonwealth of Virginia policies • Oversaw the implementation of the programming board’s large spring concert event with 2,000 attendees • Executed large-scale programming board events, Winter Carnival and Spring Fest with 1,000 attendees • Oversaw small weekly programming board events all held in the Underground student center • Participated on the organizational committee and executed all Student Activities programming for an open house for all incoming first year students. Included spirit educational session, student life video, and introduction with Orientation Leaders • Organized and executed a Transition Workshop for all outgoing and incoming student organization leaders Administration • Collaborated with the Interim Director in supervising three Graduate Assistants • Provided feedback for initial plans of a new student center • Wrote office reports including quarterly Board of Visitors report for Student Activities & Engagement, State Council of Higher Education for Virginia report , and Student Activities & Engagement Yearly Report • Acted as an advisor of 6 students for the National Association of Campus Activities Conference PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIP & PRESENTATIONS National Association of Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) 2012-present National Association of Campus Activities (NACA) 2012-present • Graduate Intern for Block Booking Regional NACA Mid-America Conference Fall 2013 National Orientation Directors Association (NODA) 2012-present Ohio College Personnel Association (OCPA) 2013-present

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