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Elizabeth Jaime

927 N. Jasmine ▪ Ontario, California 91762
(909) 261-0181 ▪

Summary of Qualifications

Educator experience; worked with small and large groups to reinforce learning goals obtained from teachers
Collaborated with teachers by devising special strategies to address the needs of individual students
Excellent networking and communication skills; fluent in written and verbal Spanish and English
Responsible, detailed oriented, and focused on meeting goals, objectives, and timelines
High level of ethical behavior, maintained confidential student information and all other sensitive information


University of La Verne
La Verne, California
Multiple Subject Credential – December, 2015
Coursework Included: Diversity, Interaction, and the Learning Process, Theories and Methods of Education
for Linguistically Diverse Students, Literacy Methodology for Multiple Subject Candidates I, Literacy
Methodology for Multiple Subject Candidates II, Teaching Strategies, Teaching in the Content Areas,
Introductory Supervised Teaching, Introduction to Exceptional Individuals and Their Families, and Advanced
Supervised Teaching

2/09 – 1/12

University of La Verne
La Verne, California
Bachelors of Science in Business Administration – January, 2012
Coursework Included: Economic Analysis II, Achieving Professional Success, Business Management,
Principles of Marketing, Foundations of Business Ethics, Principles of Management, Math Methods for
Business and Economics, College Writing, Culture and Gender Issues in Management, Business Statistics,
Organizational Behavior, Legal Environment of Business, Account I, Accounting II, and
International/Intercultural Experience

Work Experience
11/07 to Present
Think Together After School Program
Covina, California
Position: Manzanita Elementary (Covina-Valley USD)-Site Coordinator, May 2012
 Responsible for program of 85+ students, grades kinder through fifth grade
 Ensured that program met educational and recreational objectives
 Managed in accordance with policies and procedures including safe work practices
 Supervised all staff and volunteers assign to site to provide a well-coordinated student assistance
 Met all document requires such as reports, date entry, audits, updated records, etc.
 Liaises with all stakeholders such as parents, collaborators, school management, donors, and visitors to display
the site and the program positively
Position: Interm Site Coordinator (Ontario-Montclair USD), May 2011
Ontario, California
 Responsible for program of 100+ students, grades kinder through sixth grade
 Provided general administrative and clerical support including mailing, scanning, faxing, and copying to
 Perform data entry, scanned documents, and maintained electronic and hard copy filing system
 Answered calls from parents and other stakeholders regarding inquiries
 Resolved any program related problems including behavioral and educational concerns
Position: Site Assistant (Ontario-Montclair USD), August 2009
Ontario, California
 Planned and organized curriculum materials, cutting, copying, etc.
 Communicating with school staff and updated staff on individual student progress
 Interacted with parents, staff, and vendors in a positive and supportive role
 Resolved concerns and operational issues with creativity, efficiency, and a win-win environment
 Prepared weekly lesson plans, event rotation cycles, and teacher meeting discussion notes
 Evaluated student work, issued grades, counseled with parents regarding student progress

Leadership, Achievements, and Community Involvement

Dean’s List: Academic Achievement: University of La Verne and San Joaquin Valley College
Grant Recipient: Landis Scholarship for Leadership - top 5%
Member: Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE); coordinated various community activities
MVPL: Most Valuable Program Leader: Recognized for high performance as a Program Leader
ADA: Recognize for meeting and maintaining program recruitment numbers