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ELEANOR A.

BOLAR, MSW

EDUCATION
Doctoral Candidate, University of Cincinnati College of
Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services
Cincinnati, Ohio 2007-present
Program of Study: Educational Studies

MSW, University of Cincinnati, School of Social Work


Cincinnati, Ohio 2007
Program of Study: Social Work

University of Cincinnati College of Arts & Science


Cincinnati, OH 45221
Cincinnati, Ohio 2004
Program of Study: Liberal Arts

CAREER OBJECTIVE To practice as a licensed clinical social worker engaged in mental


health service, and promoting social change and justice for individuals,
families, groups, organizations, and communities.

EXPERIENCE

02/05/2007-Present Tryed Stone New Beginning Church


Cincinnati, OH
Counselor

Provide therapeutic counseling to individuals and families;


make referrals to external services when necessary.
Provide assessments, case management services, and treatment
plans for individuals and families.
Psychosocial evaluation of individuals.
Obtain, analyze, and evaluate data related to counselees.
Provide home visitations to individuals and families.
Available for crisis management during daytime and after
hours.
Maintains detail records on counselees.
On call for 24 hour service.

02/10/1992-Present University of Cincinnati College of Education, Criminal Justice,


and Human Services
Cincinnati, OH
Assistant to the Director, Upward Bound Program

Provide assistance to the director in the overall function to the


Upward Bound Program.
Monitor, evaluate, and dispense budget reports. Assist with the
ELEANOR A. BOLAR, MSW

production of grant proposals.


Manage the administration and personnel activities.
Maintain active student database that makes significant
contributions to the overall strategic plan of the Program to
maintain program funding.
Provides daily guidance, direction and support to students,
parents, and faculty.
Assist Student Support Service with administrative operations
and grant processing.
Designed program application, proposal format, and various
documents.
Provide other duties as assigned by the Program Director.

01/03/2006-06/10/2006 Jewish Family Services, Russian Resettlement Office & Options


Cincinnati, OH
Social Worker

Assisted Russian Resettlement department with case


management for clients from the former Soviet Union.
Clients were aided in their integration in the community.
Assisted in maintaining independent living.
Provided therapeutic services.
Collaborated with other community services.

09/21/2006-06/15/2007 Family Service, Cincinnati, OH


Clinical Social Worker I

Performed a variety of casework duties, including obtaining,


analyzing, and evaluating data related to clients.
Implemented specified treatment plans, monitored, and
evaluated progress.
Provided individual, couple, family and group therapy.
Coordinated and co-facilitated a group therapeutic Service at a
school base program.
Performed a variety of casework, including obtaining,
analyzing, and evaluating data related to clients.
Conducted home visits with students who were experiencing
personal or school related problems.
Performed an evidence-based practice approach to therapy.
Advocate with public and private agencies.
Team meetings were conducted to discuss best practice
approaches with clients.

Skills Strong organizational, interpersonal, analytical, administrative,


ELEANOR A. BOLAR, MSW

and case management skills.

Computer Skills Microsoft office

Community Involvement:
Melrose YMCA
Newsletter editor

Tryed Stone New Beginning Church


Teacher and Counselor

Presentations:
Action Research Quality of Life Group Presentation
American Educational Research Association (AERA) Spring Conference
Louisville, Kentucky
04/2009

Pedophilia and the Sex Offender


02/2007

Childhood Sexual Abuse


Victim’s Perspective
04/2007

Counseling Youth
03/2009

Professional Development:

University of Cincinnati, Preparing Future Faculty Program


04/28/10 – Present

Teaching Large-Enrollment Classes


08/17/2010

Preparing Future Faculty Teaching Effectiveness Seminar


06/24/2010-Present

Incorporating Mashups into Your Course


06/09/2010

Engaging Your Students through Interactive Video


06/07/2010

References available upon request