Nanny in Halifax
I am a recent Acadia Graduate, looking for a fun summer job opportunity this summer. I am an outgoing individual who loves physical activity and being outside. I was previously a lifeguard and swim instructor so I have a lot of experience in water and with kids. I have babysat for many of my neighbours while growing up, and have a lot of nanny experience. I have my own vehicle as well. I am responsible and reliable and have included by resume, and main volunteer positions below. Education: 2009- 2012 Citadel High School 2012-2016 Acadia University (Bachelors of Science in Biology) Achievements: 2012-2013 Member of Chipman House Council 2013 Emergency CPR 2013 Standard First Aid 2013 Nation Lifeguard-Pool Recertification 2015 Canadian Council on Animal Care Certificate Volunteer Experience: 2009-Present Foster Children 2010-Present Blois, Nickerson, and Bryson Law Firm 2012 Hope Cottage Soup Kitchen 2012-Present Participant in Shinerama 2012-2013 Acadia Enactus Team 2013 H.A.R.T. (Organized fundraisers for abandoned and abused animals in the Annapolis Valley) 2014-2015 Acadia Students Union Crew 2014-Present Global Brigades (Medical/Dental Brigade in Honduras) 2014-Present CANFAR Acadia (raising funds and awareness for HIV/ research) 2015 East Kings Soccer Coach (U16 Girls) Employment Experience: 2010-2014 Centennial Pool (Lifeguard) 2015 Acadia University Lab Assistant 2015 Acadia University Teaching Assistant (Biology 2043: Biodiversity of Plants and Algae) Global Brigades: I was able to attend a Medical Brigade to Southern Honduras last May. We were there for ten days, and worked everyday traveling to villages and providing medical care. I was able to work closely with physicians, pharmacists, and dentists and learned a lot through my experience. We meet weekly to discuss ways that we can empower communities and implement sustainable health practices. ASU Crew: Being on the Acadia Students Union crew allowed me to branch out on campus and get involved. It opened up many doors and allowed me to meet a lot of different people all across campus. I would plan meetings, events, and get the student body involved. Coaching: All of my life I had the opportunity to play competitive soccer. Over the past summer I was able to pass on some of my knowledge to a under 16 team in East Kings County. It taught me a lot about leadership, team work, and dedication. This experience allowed me to become a better problem solver, and allowed me to keep up a positive attitude. CANFAR: Canadian Foundation For Research has allowed Acadia to reach out to the community and raise awareness and funds for HIV/AID's research. It has been a rewarding experience and I have learned a lot about the transmission of many infectious diseases. Laboratory Assistant: Working at Acadia University as a laboratory technician allowed me to broaden my laboratory techniques, including microscopy and staining, as well as receiving a Canadian Council on Animal Care certificate. The steps to achieving this certificate taught me a lot about the history of science and lab technology, especially regarding the use of animals. I was able to work closely with the green frog, Rana clamitans, and performed procedures to determine the parasitemia of frogs in Nova Scotia. This job allowed me to work closely with my professors but also independently in a fast paced lab setting. Teaching Assistant: Working as a teaching assistant in the fall term for BIOL 2043 enabled me to meet younger students and provide them with help and guidance in their core biology courses. My responsibilitys included running the laboratory and grading assignments.
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