Objective

I would like to be part of a productive, organized team who would provide me with opportunities to better my knowledge and allow me to reach my fullest potential.  I will do my personal best to solve the problems I am faced with calmly and rationally, and I will always use my better judgment.

Education

Graduate of Purvis High School, Class of 2010, College Preparatory.  Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta, Science Club, Spanish Club, Pizzaz, Purvis Juniorettes, Colorguard and Winterguard.

Sophomore at Pearl River Community College, Working towards an Associate’s Degree with emphasis on Accounting.  Phi Theta Kappa. Honors Leadership Forum

Work Experience

January 2012- Present, Supplemental Instruction Leader for Student Success Center for PRCC of Poplarville, MS. Here I facilitate learning to help students  better understand the points that their teacher lectures on in class.

February 2011- Present, Tutor at Student Support Services for PRCC of Poplarville, MS.  Here I work with students to help them better understand their course materials, so they can make the grades that they desire.

September 2011-Present, Peer Mentor at Student Success Center for PRCC of Poplarville, MS.  Here I help students to complete their assignments in a College Study Skills class.  I try to assist them so that they will have all the knowledge and tools they need to be successful students.

January 2009-Present, Babysitter for Jimmy and Stephanie Entrekin.  The Entrekin’s have two beautiful children, whom I love to spend time with.  They have a 2 year old daughter and an 8 year old son.

May 2009-August 2011, Babysitter for William and Belinda Struss.  The Struss’s have one sweet little boy, who is a joy to be around.

January 2010-May 2010, Teaching Assistant for Nelda Lowe of Lamar County Schools.  Helping Mrs. Lowe allowed me to help other students.  When I helped out with her Algebra II class, I got to see how rewarding it is to help others better understand their assignments.

References

Marilyn Gardner, Student Support Services.

Leslie Butler, Student Success Center.