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Teri Bishop

1875 Selfield Road‡ Selma, AL 36701


Cell: 334-505-9606 ‡ Email: teri.bishop83@yahoo.com
½BJECTIVE
To obtain a position in the field of Human Resources and its related studies that will utilize the knowledge, skills, and experience
that I have acquired while attending Alabama A&M University and working in professional environments.

EDUCATI½
Alabama A&M University
B.S., Social Work
May 2008
Normal, AL

W½ EXPEIE CE
June 2009/Present ² YMCA of Selma-Dallas County (Welcome Desk/Assistant Program Coordinator, Selma, AL)
c Providing excellent customer service to members and potential members.
c Processing and terminating memberships.
c Acting as Program Coordinator for after-school and summer camp activities and duties.
c Coordinating and organizing various enrichment activities for children.
c Assisting in responsibilities for the College Readiness Program that provides guidance to high school students.

May 2008/May 2009 ² Alabama Tombigbee egional Commission (Case Manager, Camden, AL)
c Coordinated Medicaid Waiver services for the elderly and disabled population in Wilcox County and surrounding areas.
c Conducted assessments and care plans during monthly face-to-face visits in client homes to ensure the overall well-being
and health status of the respective client.
c Managed applicant cases to determine if Medicaid was eligible to the client.

January 2008/May 2008 ² Floyd ´Tutµ Fann Veterans Home (Social Work Intern, Huntsville, AL)
c Performed mental, physical, and social assessments on all assigned patients in a 24 hour controlled environment.
c Evaluated mental capacity of patients and scheduled specialized care based on the progression of the client through the
Active Patient Evaluation Program (APEP).
c Ensured appropriate health care was provided for all patients to expedite the social maturation process to both mental
and physical stability.

July 2007/January 2008 ² Primrose School of Madison (Assistant Teacher, Huntsville, AL)
c Communicated effectively with parents about the academic and social progression of students on a weekly basis.
c Ensured the health and safety of students and staff were maintained in both inside and outside of the classroom
environments.
c Cultivated a sound understanding of early childhood development and an awareness of problems that can interfere with
normal advancement.

January 2007/July 2007 ² Huntsville City School System (After-School Counselor, Huntsville, AL)
c Utilized constructive and interactive activities to enhance language and speaking skills while introducing scientific and
mathematic concepts.
c Planned and organized both individual and group involvement, including role play, dancing, singing, gaming, artistic, and
nature-related activities.
c Used creative and practical skills to prepare inspiring educational functions.

August 2004/August 2005 ² YMCA (Counselor, Huntsville, AL)


c Developed the indoor and outdoor environments to meet a positive and safe learning atmosphere.
c Utilized creative and effective problem-solving skills.
c Proved the ability to foster children·s appetite for learning with enthusiasm.

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½A IZATI½ S & C½MMU ITY I V½VEME T
Social Work Club Member
Big Brother/Big Sister Organization participant
Sigma Tau Epsilon Professional Fraternity, Inc.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
National Pan-Hellenic Counsel Delegate

EFEE CES
Ms. Yasmin McKinney
Executive Director
YMCA of Selma-Dallas County
1 YMCA Drive
Selma, AL 36701

Mrs. Shantel Wise


Social Worker, LBSW
Floyd E. ´Tutµ Fann State Veterans Home
2701 Meridian Street
Huntsville, AL 35811
(256) 851-2807

Ms. Jamishia Hampton


34 Woodcross Drive Apt. 702
Columbia, SC 29212
(256) 457-0102

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