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Ian C. Urriola Resume

Ian C. Urriola Resume

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Ian C. Urriola
4100 Massachusetts Ave NW, Apt 918 Washington, D.C. 20016
i.urriola@yahoo.com (585) 705-9334
 American University
May, 2014Bachelor of Arts, Music with a concentration in Vocal Performance Washington, D.C.3.60 Cumulative GPA
Dean’s List – 
American University (Fall 2010, Fall 2011, Spring 2013) Vice President
American University United Methodist Student Association (2013-2014 Academic Year)E-Board Member
American University United Methodist Student Association (2010-2014)Bass Section Leader
American University Chamber Singers (2012-Present)Fund for Theological Education Undergraduate Fellowship (2012)Recipient of United Methodist Scholarships, including the HANA Scholarship (2011, 2012, 2013)
Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church
 Tenor Soloist and Section Leader Washington, D.C.
Provided leadership and support for the four-person tenor section of the Metropolitan Chancel Choir during weekly rehearsalsand services through knowledge of repertoire, and strong vocal technique
Performed liturgically appropriate solo musical offerings that took place in the anthem and/or offertory slots of regular weekly  worship services from time to time, resulting in praise from music director, pastoral staff, and members of the congregation
Kay Spiritual Life Center at American University
Staff Assistant
 Washington, D.C.
Operated the American University-sponsored webpage for the Kay Center by creating pages, ensuring that existing pages areup to date, and collaborating with the webmaster and assistant director of the Center on the style and design of the webpage
Managed and generated content for the Kay 
Facebook page and Twitter account, including a design overhaul of thetwitter account (@AUKayChapel)
Collected, inputted religious preference information from 770 members of the incoming freshman class of 2017 and organizedand inputted the data into 19 different spreadsheets for clarity 
Collaborated with the University Chaplain
and editor of the Center’s biennial newsletter on the Spring and Summer 2013
publication of the newsletter by editing and formatting finished articles, formatting the publication, and mailing it to donors
Provided event planning and logistical assistance for events scheduled in the Center by cooperating with event organizers andattendees before, during, and after the events and preparing the different spaces in the Center for the event
 Assisted the chaplains and religious communities of the Center by preparing their worship spaces, copying program flyers,disposing of sensitive documents, collecting and inputting data into spreadsheets, and helping with small projects as needed
Served as day-time receptionist/night-time facilities manager for the Center by answering the phones, assisting visitors to theCenter, and being the go-to person for any incidents that arose while on duty 
Represented the Kay Center during American University preview days and new student orientations by providing prospectiveand new students and their parents information about the Kay Center and answering their questions
Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church
Morningstar Choir Director
 Washington, D.C.
Planed and facilitated weekly rehearsals for Metropolitan
ten member
children’s choir
by running vocal warm-ups andstretches and rehearsing the music
Collaborated with the di
rector of children’s ministries,
 worship team leader, music staff, and senior pastor in the selection orepertoire for the choir that is liturgically and developmentally appropriate for the children (ages 7-11) to be performed during regular and special worship services four to five times per year
 American University United Methodist Chaplaincy
Music Director
 Washington, D.C.
Planed and facilitated weekly rehearsals for the 8-person AUUMC choir through teaching the repertoire to the choir

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