HUNTER P.

SAPIENZA
4115 Roosevelt Way NE Apt. 407
Seattle, Washington 98105
sapienzh@u.washington.edu / (425) 614-6050
EDUCATION
University of Washington – Department of Mathematics
September 2013 - Present
Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics – Intended Double Degree: Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology
 Accumulative Grade Point Average: 3.91 / Dean’s List Autumn 2013 – Autumn 2014
 Interdisciplinary Honors Program / Honors Peer Mentor / Honors Rome to Venice: Mediterranean Crossings
 Intended Minors: History; Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies / Expected Graduation Date: June 2017
 Issaquah High School Graduate: 4.00 GPA / Class Valedictorian / National Merit Finalist 2013
WORK EXPERIENCE
Barnes & Noble
December 2014
Seasonal Bookseller
 Exhibited warm attitude and willingness to assist holiday shoppers, contributing to positive customer experience
 Efficiently managed cashier duties, ensuring quick, accurate service while maintaining welcoming environment
 Demonstrated enthusiastic knowledge of books, providing suggestions and aiding customers in selecting gifts
University of Washington Honors Program
February 2014 – September 2014
Student Staff Assistant
 Managed front desk reception and telephone/email correspondence, encouraging positive student/faculty experiences
 Worked closely with professional staff members on admissions and other projects, enhancing outreach of the program
 Represented the Honors Program at university events, emphasizing community involvement and leadership skills
Evolution Fresh
August 2013 – March 2014
Juice Partner
 Exhibited positive customer service while interacting with clients, contributing to customer satisfaction and loyalty
 Effectively managed cash register while on shift, ensuring accurate business transactions
 Promoted healthy lifestyle choices, influencing others to pursue a healthier and more nutritious diet
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
UW Leaders Participant
January 2015 - Present
 Actively promoting leadership within university community, presenting leadership practice at annual showcase in May
Honors 100 Peer Educator
April 2014 – December 2014
 Instructor for Honors 100 section, developing weekly lesson plans and teaching Interdisciplinary Honors curriculum
 Mentored incoming freshman Honors students, providing support and guidance during transition to college
Dawg Daze Leader
September 2014
 Volunteer at Dawg Daze events, supporting students’ transition to college and cultivating positive first-year experience
Arts and Sciences Advisory Council for Students (ASACS)
September 2014 - Present
 College council member, advocating for student concerns regarding educational policy decisions and budgeting
Pipeline Project – BF Day Elementary School Volunteer
September 2013 – Present
 Weekly volunteer at low-income school, tutoring kids with disabilities and from minority backgrounds
Relay for Life
April 2013 – May 2014
 Team Captain 2014; Raised $500 personally and $3000 as a team to support the American Cancer Society
Additional Leadership Experience
 Honors Partners in the Parks 2014, Honors student panel volunteer, Club Northwest, Karma Yogi – Hot Yoga Experience,
ROOTS Young Adult Shelter Volunteer, Dream Project Mentor, Honors Student Affairs Panel, Honors Book Club Cofounder
ACHIEVEMENTS/AWARDS
 Washington State Scholar 2013 for 5th Legislative District
 AP Scholar with Distinction 2012 & 2013
 Most Inspirational Track & Field 2013
 Team Captain Cross Country 2012, Track & Field 2013
 Four-year Scholar Athlete 2009-2013 – Track & Cross Country
 Tutta Bella Scholar Athlete Award 2012
 Most Improved Cross Country 2010, Track & Field 2011