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Manuel Leal Jr.

12650 West Duane Lane


Peoria, Arizona 85383
(623) 606-0115
Manuelleal74@yahoo.com
OBJECTIVE
To obtain a position as a Secondary Education Social Studies teacher in a high school to share a
strong dedication to the development of children and high degree of enthusiasm to support my
strengths in communication, management, and leadership.

HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS
Adept at defining students requirements and meeting their needs
Bilingual-fluent in both English and Spanish
Able to make difficult decisions in stressful situations
Proficient in Windows software
CPR and Standard First Aid certified

EXPERIENCE
1/21 4/26/2016
South Mountain High School
Phoenix, AZ
1/1 5/5/2015
Sunrise Mountain High School
Peoria, AZ
9/1 12/12/2014
Mountain Ridge Elementary
Surprise, AZ
Student Internship
Minimum of 8 teaching days educating students in U.S. history and world history taking
over responsibilities, management and duties.
Communicated with parents and school counselors on students progress.

Implemented a series of five connected lessons in U.S. History/ World History.

Co-taught with mentor with appropriate classes.

Observed and practiced using mentor teachers strategies for planning and teaching
lessons.
Developed and taught introductory lessons.

Participated in IEP, 504, and other student related meetings.

2001 2011
United States Navy
Camp Pendleton, CA
Religious Program Specialist
Managed the administrative and logistical support requirements of command
religious programs aboard ships, shore stations, hospitals, Marine Corps units
and other sea services command facilities.
Trained and supervised 9 Navy and Marine education instructional staff.
Counseled individuals regarding interpersonal, health, financial, and religious
problems.
Established field operations while providing physical security for chaplains
during field exercises and in combat environments.
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(Served 4 tours of active duty worldwide over the past decade)

2001 2007
Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections
Phoenix, AZ
Youth Program Officer III
Direct contact with over 360 juveniles providing care, treatment or program
services in a secure facility or community.
Monitored 30 individual juveniles legal cases and treatment plans by working
closely with Assistant Psychologist, Superintendent of Secure Facility, and
parents or legal guardians of juveniles.
Directly and indirectly supervised and interacted with institutional and
community based volunteers and ADJC employees who provided services to
juveniles.
Instructed and participated in annual certification courses; Suicide Prevention,
Policies & Procedures, First Responder CPR and First Aid, and Handle with
Care (self defense).
EDUCATION
Arizona State University/MaryLou Fulton Teachers College
Bachelor of Arts degree in Secondary Education-History
Glendale Community Colleges, Arizona
Associate in Arts Degree
U.S. Navy
Religious Program Specialist C School Marine Combat Specialized Training:
Leadership, Communication, Information Technology, Diversity, Community Health,
World Religions, Firearms, Explosives, Combat Medical Aid and Safety
Fleet Marine Force & Seabee Combat Warfare Device trained expert in the both
combat fields.
U.S. Marine Corps
School of Infantry (SOI) 2002
Awards
2 Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals, 1 with V for Valor
3 United States Navy Good Conduct Medals
2009 Sailor of the year for all of II Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Lejeune, NC.
Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections Lifesaver Award 2006

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References
Director of Chincanos Por La Causa Carl Hayden Community Center
1046 East Buckeye Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85034
1 (480) 306-1760 / sandra.gonzales@cplc.org

Sandra Gonzalez

Eric Majia

Dr. Eric J. Dueppen Director of Curriculum, Instructor & Assessment for Creighton
School District.
2544 W. Alta Vista Rd. Phoenix, Arizona 85041.
1 (602) 381-6036 / edueppen@creightonschools.org

Gunnery Sergeant
Wounded Warriors Battalion
Box 555019. Camp Pendleton, CA 92055-5019
1 (714) 612-9472

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