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Peter LaBerge - Curriculum Vitae

Peter LaBerge - Curriculum Vitae

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Peter LaBerge 1223 Westover Road Stamford, Connecticut 06902-1037. Phone: (203)-898-0182 E-Mail: plaberge@sas.upenn.edu. Education University of Pennsylvania
, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
 2013 2017 (Anticipated)
GPA: 3.92. Dean’s List Commendation.
College of Arts & Sciences
, English Major with Concentration in Creative Writing; Minor in Gender, Sexuality, & Women’s Studies.
Wharton School of Business
, Marketing (Significant Coursework).
Harvard Business School
, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
 Obtained certificate in Managerial Economics, Business Analytics, and Financial Accounting through Harvard Business School’s prestigious HBX Program.
Greens Farms Academy
, Greens Farms, Connecticut.
 2009 2013
Cum Laude / High Honors / Head of School List. Recipient of 2012 Brown University Book Award and 2012 & 2013 Creative Writing Awards. AP Scholar. National Merit Scholar Commendation.
Internship Experience The Araca Group
, Marketing & General Offices Intern.
 Summer 2014
Responsible for marketing and outreach work pertaining to The Araca Project, in which teams of recent theater alumni from a range of top undergraduate programs gather to write and produce original plays. Also responsible for a share of general office & administrative responsibilities.
Editorial/Work Experience The Adroit Journal
, Founder & Editor-in-Chief.
 Nov. 2010 Present
Responsible for managing submissions while overseeing global editorial/operational staffs of 60+ high school, college, and graduate students. The journal has a sub-1% acceptance rate; work has been recognized in
Verse Daily
The Best American Nonrequired Reading
, and
Plain China: Best Undergraduate Writing Anthology
Poets on Growth
, Anthology Co-Editor.
 Apr. 2014 Present
Responsible for marketing, managing, and processing submissions in a timely manner with co-editor Talin Tahajian. Contributors include Richard Siken, Bruce Bond, Wendy Barker, and others. Anthology will be released for international distribution in April 2015 through Math Paper Press at the 2015 AWP Conference in Minneapolis.
The Adroit Journal Summer Mentorship Program
, Founder & Director.
Summers 2013, 2014
 Lead annual program of twenty-five high school and college students split up into seven mentorship groups of varying sizes. Weekly assignments and resources include reading, writing, peer-reviewing, portfolio assembly, college counseling, and intra-group discussion of various other themes.
National YoungArts Foundation,
Media Blog Editor.
Jun. 2013 – Nov. 2013
 Recruited to restructure and generate content for the National YoungArts Foundation’s online blog with the goal of increased alumni participation. This includes weekly updates with articles, interviews (e.g. Ryan McCartan and The LaFontaines), and features such as
Words for 2014 Winners
 Alums You (Should) Love
Polyphony H.S.
, Executive Editor 
. Dec. 2012 Jul. 2013
 Read, managed, and edited submissions of high school writing while providing thoughtful and in-depth commentary for the author. Responsible for making final decisions on submission pool, preparing and approving in-house edits, and helping to construct and promote the annual print issue.

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