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Danessa Hernandez

Abstract

RESUME

dmhernandezdmh@gmail.com
Whatever you arebe a good
one. Abraham Lincoln
This document entails the years of experience I have acquired in order to apply for a
position at your establishment. As well as pertinent information that applies to my
experience.

2016

DANESSA HERNANDEZ
6633 Shiprock Dr. NE Rio Rancho, NM 87144 | dmhernandezdmh@gmail.com | (505)903-0988

OBJECTIVE

SKILLS & ABILITIES

EXPERIENCE

Acquire a position in the establishment to be an educational assistant that studies abroad in


the state of Zimbabwe, Africa, and also to gain more experience and in-depth skills when
working with children of all ages as well as from different backgrounds of education levels.

Bilingual ( Spanish, and English)


Positive
Able to learn quickly
Work well with others and works well alone
Loves children
Hard worker
Patient
Can work with children who have mental/physical disabilities (e.g. dyslexia, autism,
Aspergers disease, and down syndrome)

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONAL BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OF CENTRAL NEW


MEXICO
MAY 2016- CURRENT

Run programs (specifically art and science) to ensure children have a hands on learning
experience that is not extensive in curriculum but has basis of common core ideals. While
also creating a fun, friendly, safe environment for the children in a positive after school
program experience.
CUSTOMER SERVICE THE CHILL ZONE
JULY 2013- MAY 2016

Work with customers of all ages in assisting them with merchandise. Create a friendly and
family safe environment. Work with payroll, inventory, and registers.
SITE ASSISTANT CAMPFIRE USA
AUGUST 2015-DECEMBER 2015

Work directly with children at school site under the supervision of a site manager. Work with
students on their homework. Engage them in fun skill building activities.
STUDENT AIDE V. SUE CLEVELAND HS
JANUARY 2015-MAY 2015

Work with the teacher involved in reading and language. Help guide children with mental
and physical capabilities in daily classwork. Become a role model to the school community
in advocating for children with disabilities. Show children to help with daily chores such as
sweeping up lunch mess, putting away books etc.
CAMP COUNSELOR/STUDENT VOLUNTEER ABQ BIOPARK
MAY 2014-AUGUST 2014

Work with summer camp teachers in educating children about conservation and the
environment. Help with running daily activities and projects. Take children on walks around
specific locations of the Biopark and educate them in the animals and botany seen as well

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as ways to practice conservation efforts at home. Student volunteer work involved working
with the education specialist at the Zoo in desk work (e.g. printing flyers, organization,
speaking to visitors about new/current exhibits) or aiding camp teachers when needed.

EDUCATION

V. SUE CLEVELAND HS, 4800 LABAN RD NE. RIO RANCHO, NM 87144


HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA

GPA-3.2
Advanced Placement in Human Geography, World History, Biology, Literature and
Composition, and Literature and Language. Electives mainly centered in the arts with
extensive range and depth in music (e.g. chorus).
UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO, ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87131
BA SPECIAL EDUCATION

GPA-3.2
Current student working on goal of a BA in Special Education. Hoping to continue on into
graduate studies with a MA in Special Education. Expected May 2019

COMMUNICATION

REFERENCES

As a student volunteer at the Biopark I had to give information and answer questions on
topics related to current environment issues, animals, and botany at the ABQ Biopark. At
The Chill Zone I have to effectively greet customers and engage in friendly conversation
while assisting the customers with any questions they might have. With Campfire USA I had
to effectively communicate with children of ages 5years-11years. While also discussing
childrens behavior and anything of interest to parents. Also, at Campfire USA I had to
effectively communicate ideas and learning points to children with disabilities (e.g. autism,
dyslexia, and Aspergers disease) while maintaining communication with the parents of the
childs mental and emotional state each day

CATHY AWE, OWNER/MANAGER


THE CHILL ZONE

(505)-554-4393
DIANA HECKLER, EMPLOYEE MANAGER
CAMPFIRE USA

(505)-938-1617
AMANDA REYES, TEACHER
ALBUQUERQUE PUBLIC SCHOOLS

(505)-280-5343
LORRAINE POWDRELL, EDUCATION SECRETARY
ALBUQUERQUE BIOPARK ZOO

(505)-764-6214

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