Heather Paetz 158 Duval Crescent Red Deer, AB, T4R-2Z1 403-318-4546 firstname.lastname@example.org Objective: It is my goal to obtain a full-time teaching position at the middle-years level. I am determined to enhance the learning experiences of my students, to encourage inclusion within the classroom, and to continue to develop myself professionally in my future career. Work Experience: Current
Apr. 06- Jun. 11
Student’s Association Red Deer College Receptionist At the Student’s Association I am constantly involved with various people throughout the day. It is essential that I am organized, thorough and meticulous in all of the work that I do while maintaining a positive attitude towards customers. Job responsibilities include answering phones, assigning lockers to students, filing, selling textbooks and dealing with student groups. Peer Tutor: Red Deer College Peer Tutor As a peer tutor it is crucial that I have a true passion for tutoring and for working with others. Tutoring takes patience, enthusiasm, creativity and the ability to encourage independent learning. I must mentor students about the importance of time management and I must have knowledge of all the different learning styles in order to incorporate this into my tutoring sessions. East Side Mario’s Waitress Waitressing taught me a lot about working with others. It was important to be personable towards customers while tending to the needs of others. I can thank this job for my fine organizational skills and my ability to multitask while under pressure.
Red Deer College Bachelor of Education: Middle Years I have achieved President’s Honor Roll for the Winter 2010 term as well as the Winter 2011 term. I have also obtained Dean’s Honor Roll standing for the Fall 2010 term. Ecole Secondaire Notre Dame High School Alberta High School Diploma I maintained honor roll standing throughout all of high school which allowed me to attain the Alexander Rutherford Scholarship.
Volunteer Activities: Fall 2010
Community Service Learning I worked on a community service learning project as a part of my social psychology class in the fall term of 2010. We went into grade four classrooms around Red Deer, Alberta, and discussed the importance of friendship and having positive relationships in oneâ€™s life. After the termination of my school involvement I continued to stay active with this project as a volunteer. Run for the Cure In June of 2008 I volunteered to give my time to thank all of the participants who ran by being a part of the volunteer cooking team. Here I cooked and distributed food to all of the runners in the 2008 Run for the Cure at CrossRoads church.
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