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2007 – Present Pace University (NYC Campus), Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Communication Science Disorders, minor in Psychology (Cumulative GPA: 3.0)
Proficient in American Sign Language (ASL)
2003 – 2007 Amity Regional High School, Woodbridge, CT
Work with children that have any type of special needs – assisting with the student’s specific differences, individually structured lesson plans, adapted equipment and materials; help them to achieve self-sufficiency and success in school and the community.
COMMUNITY SERVICE & CLUBS
2008 – Present NSSHLA – Speech pathology organization at Pace University, raising money for non-profits such as Operation Smile, various programs for Autism awareness, and Parkinson’s research.
2008 – Present ASHA – American Speech and Hearing Association
2004 – Present Best Buddies (Volunteer) – Organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement to foster companionship for people with intellectual and mental disabilities
2004 – 2007 Interact Club (President) – Ran a coat drive in 2004 and collected 650 Coats; club included school Habitat for Humanity group
2004 – 2007 Italian-American Club
2006 (Dec.) Toys for Tots
2005 – 2006 Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen – served food to the homeless and those in need. (2 hrs/week)
2004 (Dec.) Bosnia Medical Supply Drive
2003 – 2007 SADD – Students Against Drunk Driving chapter
2003 – 2006 Fabulous Friends (President) – Monthly meeting and activities with mentally challenged students
2009 – Present Child Care – Liz Mullhouand, New York, NY (boy, age 5)
2010 – Present Child Care – Cheryl Feinstein, New York, NY (two girls, age 5 and
2005 – 2008 Child Care – Suzanne Greco, Woodbridge, CT. (two girls, ages 3 and 6)
2005 – 2008 Child Care – Cindy Visnic, Orange, CT. (three children, ages 2, 3 and 5) This child care included my doing basic care: cooking, feeding, changing diapers, playing games, giving baths, putting the kids to bed and driving them to their outside activities.
2007 – 2008 Cary Passik, MD – Secretarial work in fast passed heart surgeon’s office
2007 – 2010 (May-Jun) Assisted kindergarten teacher in classroom as aide for special needs students for the last month of school; consisted of helping with lesson plans, daily chores, anticipating behaviors of children, acting quickly and effectively to a variety of circumstances classroom duties, was often 1;2 student/teacher ratio.
Summer 2006 Yale New Haven Hospital (40 hours)
Summer 2004 Yale New Haven Hospital – Preformed nursing assistance duties (60 hours)
Summer 2003 Yale New Haven Hospital – Helped feed patients, transported/read books to patients (60 hours)