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Caroline Rose Tino

Tino@bc.edu
EDUCATION
Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

May 2017

Candidate for Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education and Applied Psychology and Human
Development; pursuing a TELL certification
GPA: 3.829/4.000; First Honors Deans List every semester; Golden Key International Honour
Society
GRE Scores: 162 in Verbal Reasoning; 153 in Quantitative Reasoning; 5.0 in Analytical Writing
LInstituto Dante Alighieri, Parma, Italy

May 2015

Intended Study Abroad


EXPERIENCE
Hilltop Elementary School ESY Program, Mendham Borough, New Jersey

July 2015

Summer Intern
Assistant teacher for five children with classified disabilities including developmental delays,
physical disabilities, and learning disabilities grades K-2
Maintained students literacy and mathematics gains made during the previous academic year by
engaging them in one-on-one instruction
Prepared students for the upcoming school year by introducing new topics and reinforcing
important academic skills through group and individual work
Collaborated with classroom teacher to aid in assessing student progress with informal and
formal assessments
Facilitated Morning Meetings and conducted read-aloud lessons
Fairview Lake YMCA Camps, Newton, New Jersey

June 2015

Camp Minisink Chaperone


Chaperoned a three day field trip for the fifth grade class of Mendham Township Middle School
Co-responsible for a cabin of ten students at night
Built student interest in scientific exploration and commitments to the environment through
supervising groups of students during various labs and hands-on activities
Michael Driscoll Elementary School, Brighton, Massachusetts

October-December 2014

Pre-Practicum Student
Aided in an inclusive kindergarten classroom of 23 students once a week
Expanded an ELL students vocabulary and literacy skills by conducting weekly read-aloud
lessons that integrated flashcards and interactive activities
Formally assessed the ELL students reading level with a running-record to better tailor
instruction to her individual needs
Provided individual attention and differentiated instruction for as well as conducted a case study
of a student with autism
Helped children complete individual and group work, led students to various specials, supervised
lunch and recess, and conducted Morning Meetings and informal whole-class read-alouds

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Multi Chevrolet, Union, New Jersey

June 2009-Present (Summers)

Accounting Assistant
Responsible for filing deals and invoices, posting invoices, and management of expenses
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
Lynch School Senate, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

September 2013-Present

Volunteer Committee Member


Undergraduate student representative body for the Lynch School of Education
Increased family involvement at a local urban elementary school by organizing and attending a
fall carnival
Engaged preschoolers in literacy activities at local low-income schools by conducting readalouds on Dr. Seuss Day
Big Sister Association of Greater Boston, Boston, Massachusetts December 2014-Present
Big Sister Volunteer
Mentor an ELL third grade student weekly at Jackson Mann K-8 School, a local urban school
Serve as a positive role model to strengthen her self-confidence, her passion for education, and her
motivation to succeed
Her Campus Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

January 2015-Present

Editor
Responsible for editing articles before publication and organizing club events on a weekly basis
Appalachia Volunteers, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

September 2013-March 2015

Student Volunteer
Aided in home construction for an impoverished family on a Habitat for Humanity trip to
Sumter, South Carolina
Strengthened community relationships in an underprivileged town by painting a municipal
building on a trip to Lincolnville, South Carolina
Collinsville Childcare Center, Morristown, New Jersey

September 2000-June 2013

Girl Scout Volunteer


Organized a town wide book collection and donated them to this daycare that serves children of
low income families
Increased family involvement by organizing after-school activities in which both adults and
children could participate; hosted holiday and seasonal parties