Mentoring, Teaching and Learning Experience
Graduate Student Mentor, Mentorship and Academic Development, Department of Sociology, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
Mentoring junior graduate student by fostering a private and safe environment to take intellectual risks.
Students Helping Other Students To Succeed, Mentoring Program, University of Houston—Clear Lake, Houston, TX.
Tutor one-on-one with non-native-English-speaking graduate student in organizational skills, essay writing strategies, and English proficiency.
August 2010-August 2011.
Not-For-Profit / Volunteer Tutor, Private, Houston, TX.
Tutor one-on-one with college students in organizational skills and essay writing strategies. August 2008-June 2012.
Outdoor Leadership Associate, Linden Hill School, Northfield, MA.
Design, implement and execute individual and team skills-development programs for middle-school learning-disabled and behaviorally-challenged boys. August 2007-June 2008.
Not-For-Profit / Volunteer Tutor, Private, Putney, VT.
Tutor one-on-one with high-functioning Autistic college students and college students with Traumatic Brain Injuries in organizational skills, time management and essay writing strategies. January 2007-May 2008.
America Reads Tutor, Public Service Office, Hobart College, Geneva, NY.
Tutor one-on-one with special-needs grade-school student. September 2004-May 2006.
Resident Advisor, Department of Residential Education, Hobart College, Geneva, NY.
Responsible for overseeing the wellbeing of situation-specific theme-based residential housing: Hobart Leadership House; Sill “Environmental-Consciousness” House; Substance-Free House; Current Issues House; and School Spirit House. August 2005-May 2006.
Resident Proctor, Summer High School Program, Landmark College, Putney, VT.
Responsible for overseeing a safe, healthy and fun residential experience for a group of teenage males and generally for the entire High School Program student body. July 2005 and July 2006.
Counselor and Instructor, Massachusetts Sportsmen’s Junior Conservation Camp, Chesterfield, MA.
Counselor for a group of 35 teenage boys, and was the Instructor for First Aid, in a two-week residential program. August 2003; August 2004; August 2005.
Mentor, Department of Education, Landmark College, Putney, VT.
Mentor one-on-one with learning-disabled middle-school student with behavior issues. September 2003-May 2004.
Resident Assistant, Residential Life Department, Landmark College, Putney, VT.
Responsible for overseeing a safe, healthy and fun residential experience for Substance-Free and Quiet Dormitory residence. August 2002-May 2004.