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Teacher/Program Manager Resume


Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 62476
Desired Job Location: Chico, California Date Posted: 7/22/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 60000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Remarkably astute, seasoned, and highly
competent professional, offering
exceptional skills in program
development,
leadership, supervision, and student
coaching, and teaching. Skilled at
providing effective ideas to several
situations and
circumstances. Experienced in elementary
education, literacy instruction, and
efficient student communication for
emergent and
fluent readers. Knowledgeable of the
public school system, gained through
active involvement within after-school
environments
and teaching. Effective at developing a
high-quality program that brings benefit
to the organization, especially to each
student.
Equipped with keen expertise in
developing curriculum, managing teacher
and staff, and ensuring regulatory
compliance.
Recognized for motivating students and
accustomed to working with diverse
people while juggling multiple
priorities.



Experience:
WORK HISTORY

JOHN MCMANUS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL/CHICO
UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT, CHICO, CA, USA
First Grade Teacher - 2011–2012
- Worked well in coordinating and
directing 12 classroom volunteers
including retired school teachers,
college students and
community members who had not previously
worked in the educational field
- Effectively worked in program
improvement school and collaborated
directly with fellow teachers, Title 1,
English
Language Development Coach, and Math
Coach
- Secured funding that allowed students
to gain real-world experience visiting
museums, farms, and events throughout
the
greater Chico area

Grant Coordinator/Resource Teacher -
2004–2011
- Acknowledged as the 21st Century
Community Learning Center (21st
CCLC)/After-School Education and Safety
(ASES)
Grant Coordinator, responsible for
implementing and monitoring a
collaborative project between the Chico
Unified School
District, The Boys and Girls Club of
Chico, and the Chico Area Recreation
District (CARD) along with assisting in
authoring the second 21st CCLC grant
proposal
- Aided in writing the Healthy Start
Grant proposal and subsequently named as
the Healthy Start Grant Coordinator
- Showed professionalism in improving
the 21st CCLC/ASES grant programs from
serving 60 students in the first year,
increasing it to 165 students in its
fifth year
- Managed various volunteers from
California State University at Chico,
Fairview High School, Academy for
Change, and
Bidwell Junior High School in
collaborations with advisors from each
of the above mentioned organizations
- Performed extensive management of
large staff, composed of credentialed
teachers, instructional assistants,
Chico Area
Recreation District leaders and
enrichment teachers, contracted
enrichment teachers who were hired from
the private
sector, mental health interns, and
California State University at Chico
students
- Ensured involvement in targeted
training for all staff members in areas
related to the goals of the after-school
program
- Partnered and collaborated with
Sierra Cascade Nutrition and Activity
Consortium on several projects, which
included
cooking classes, tastings, and nutrition
education
- Worked in partnership with the
Department of Public Health in managing
a free, school site-based flu
vaccination clinic

LOS MOLINOS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, LOS
MOLINOS, CA, USA
Kindercamp Teacher - 2004
- Expertly created Kindercamp
curriculum

CHICO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT, CHICO,
CA, USA
Bilingual Educator/Parent Facilitator -
2003–2004
- Functioned well in encouraging
communication and understanding between
Spanish-speaking parents and staff
members who were unable to speak the
Spanish language



EARLIER CAREER

Bilingual Teacher - MOUNTAIN VIEW
WHISMAN SCHOOL DISTRICT, MOUNTAIN VIEW,
CA, USA: 1999–2002
International Teacher - AMERICAN SCHOOL
FOUNDATION OF MONTERREY A.C., MONTERREY,
MEXICO: 1995–1999
Bilingual Teacher - SALEM-KEIZER SCHOOL
DISTRICT, SALEM, OR, USA: 1992–1995



ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE

Program Management and Grant Leadership
- Expertly developed focused community
events to directly communicate
accomplishments to all stake holders
- Exhibited aptitude in creating and
implementing innovative programs such as
language learning for students and their
parents, drama clubs, poetry clubs, art
classes, movement classes and track and
field club
- Spearheaded and managed the
development of a special program which
was focused on building gardens for the
school
to accommodate an outdoor classroom
concept
- Created kindergarten activity packets
in Spanish to promote parent involvement
- Pioneered a monthly before-school
family library program and book swap at
John McManus Elementary School
Student Management and Development
- Oversaw self-contained classrooms of
20 to 30 students for over 11 years
- Worked efficiently in developing a
Spanish story time at the public library
- Exemplified effectiveness in
providing instruction in English,
focusing on English language learners
Management and Operation
- Oversaw and created a community and
family education project in Mountain
View, California in 2000


Education:
EDUCATION

Master of Arts in Teaching - WILLAMETTE
UNIVERSITY | SALEM, OR
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology -
WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY | SALEM, OR



CERTIFICATIONS

Bilingual, Cross-Cultural, Language, and
Academic Development Certification
(BCLAD) - 2002
Cross-Cultural, Language, and Academic
Development Certification (CLAD) - 2000
California Multiple Subject Teaching
Credential - 1999


Affiliations:
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Skills:
CORE STRENGTHS

- Student and Family Advocacy
- Educational Administration
- Classroom Management and Discipline
- School and Community Relations
- Student Needs Assessment
- Goals and Objectives Evaluation
- Grants and Fundraisers
- Problem Resolution and Decision-
Making


Additional Information:
AWARDS AND HONORS

Parent-Teacher Association (PTA)
Continuing Service Award - 2008
Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) Service
Award - 2004
Smart Valley Innovation Award | Mountain
View, CA - 2002
Foothill College Center for Innovation’s
Summer Fellowship Institute | Mountain
View, CA - 2001



GRANTS

Lowe's Toolbox Grant - 2008 | 2009
California Department of Education
Garden Grant - 2006
National 4-H Council Healthy Lifestyles
Grant - 2004
Classroom Grant for Library Books - 2000
Woodmansee Fund Grant for Creative Art
Program - 1995


Reference:
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