I am a recent graduate from the University of Washington. I have received a B.A. in Sociology and I also completed a 160 hour TEFL course in Costa Rica from September 4 to September 28. I believe that my education, experience, skills, and career goals provide an excellent match for this position and for your organizations mission.
My commitment to serving and helping the community led me to major in Sociology. This allowed me to pursue my interest in cognitive development in people of all ages.
Over the four years, I have served as a volunteer for public schools in the King County area while traveling abroad to learn more about the way other countries develop social programs to improve the daily lives of people. I also have worked as an assistant at Always Growing Childcare, focusing on strategies to promote the social capital of low income families that use government services for childcare.
September 2017 to September 2017
Teaching English as a Foreign Language Volunteer
Volunteer| September 4-29th
§ Facilitated teacher training and leadership workshops
§ Organized and taught community English classes for all ages to improve language skills of community members in certain tourism sectors.
§ Established activities to help children build social skills like communication, public speaking, and anti-bullying
§ Developed innovative elementary school level curriculum that incorporated with music or art to make learning engaging
§ Gave extra help to community members outside of classroom
§ Completed 160 hours of EFL training
September 2014 to September 2016
Always Growing Childcare
June 2013 to Current
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