John L. Hartzmark
5020 S. Lake Shore Dr.Unit N615Chicago, IL 60615(330)-414-2219 email@example.com
2013 – Master’s Urban Education from National Lewis University2012 – Illinois Teaching Certification Type 09 (October 2012) from Bradley University:Peoria, IL 2012 (G.P.A: 3.33)2009 – B.A. in English from Hiram College, Hiram, Ohio2004 – High School Diploma from The Orme School, Mayer, Arizona
To teach high school AP English and coach either football or basketball in an environmentthat allows me to integrate a variety of technologies and media to reach students withmultiple abilities and learning styles.
Honors and Achievements
2011 - Sigma Tau Delta Member: English Honors Society2011 - MACHA Silver Champions (Bradley Hockey)2009 - Awarded the Hiram College English Department Book Award2009 -
John Hartzmark Commitment Award
established by Women’s Basketball Team atHiram College2008 - Selected to present own research paper at 2
Annual Undergraduate LiteraryConference at Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA.2005 -
John Hartzmark Most Valuable Manager Award
established at The Orme School
2010 to 2012 - Assistant Coach for Bradley University Club Hockey Team
Was part of coaching staff that won the 2011 MACHA Silver Championship and theChampionship of the Silver South Division. Coached goalies and defensemen;assisted with practice, drills, and scouting reports; and authored post-gamesummaries under the title “The Spense Report” which were posted on the home page of the Bradley Braves Hockey website.
2009 to 2011 - Student Manager for Bradley University Division I Varsity Basketball Team
Filmed games and practices, and inputted those films into the XO’s film systemdatabase. Set up for practices and games for the NCAA Division 1 men’s basketball program. Gained a rapport with the other managers and coaching staff in order toassist them and insure that everyday operations went smoothly. Was licensed anddrove 10-passenger van to and from specified home games.
2009 and 2011 (summer) – Hockey Instructor at Midtown Educational Foundation Centerfor Boys, Chicago, Illinois
Taught inner city 7
graders the basic skills of hockey, including how to usebasic offensive and defensive strategies; positioning; and teamwork. Assisted inintegrating weekly virtue into the sport and everyday life, e.g., excellence, self-control, and fortitude.