Kimberly Mai Anthes
122 McGlothlin Campus Center ACU Box 27702 Abilene, TX 79699-7702 (304) 596-3223
PROFILE Candidate for Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Business Administration, a global perspective, service, leadership, and proven adaptability.
EDUCATION Abilene Christian University 2010-Present
Cumulative GPA2.9 Major Cumulative GPA3.5
EXPERIENCE Student Assistant to Vice Presidentâ€™s Office February 2011-Present Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX Office of the LYNAY program, Pulse Program, and school funding networking.
Welcome visitors and guests while managing administrative work for the office as well as data for over 200 students that are in the LYNAY program. Office representative when making deliveries around campus or, when VP and supervisor are out of office.
ACCOMPLISHMEN TS Vice-President of International Student Association Year 2012-2013
To promote cultural awareness,appreciation, and harmony through interaction and activities open to all students at ACU. To provide an atmosphere in which each student involved in ISA can have an opportunity to grow spiritually, academically, and socially. To guide students by leadership through service.
Mentor Group Leader 2012
Upcoming Fall of
Responsible to the designated Cornerstone instructor and Peer Leader for assisting first-year college students in affirming their commitment to higher education and adjusting to University life.
Kimberly Mai Anthes
Work as part of a three-person team that includes a Peer Leader and one other Mentor Group Leader to help a group of 30 new students transition into the ACUcommunity.
Substitute Leader/Core Member for International Life Group December 2011- Present Student led groups of 10-20 people who meet weekly to learn and discussleadership through service and its applicability to community.
Class President Senior Year of High School 2009-2010 Serve the student body and be a source of communication between faculty and students.
SERVICE LYNAY (Love Your Neighbor As Yourself) Member Fall 2011-Present Service learning program promoting leadership and building community through diversity founded by ACU, Vice-president, and Dr. Gary McCaleb. Prepares its members to live out the universityâ€™s mission statement.
Japan Earthquake- Tsunami Relief Through Global Samaritan Resources June 2011 One out of the three college students from ACU to be sent to Japan by Global Samaritan Resources. Volunteered for 2 weeks working 12-14 hours a day with other relief teams as a translator.
Collaborated with three different relief organizations that had different system. Spring Break Community Service Mission Trip March 2011 Organized by Beltway Park Baptist churchâ€™s college ministry that sent over 200 students to small, low socio-economic towns surrounding the Abilene area for 5-7 hours a day for differing service projects.
Key Words Adaptability, Achiever, Bilingual, Global Perspective, International, Manage, Service