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Cassandra Neadom

22 Graham Avenue
SUNY Cortland Education Building, Room 1241
Cortland, New York, 13045
607.753.2706– cassandra.neadom@cortland.edu
OBJECTIVE
A challenging professional role where my experience, communication ability, positive attitude, high energy level,
and background of working with children can be utilized to their fullest potential in receiving a master’s degree in
education.
EDUCATION
State University of New York at Cortland
B.A. Speech and Hearing Science, December 2014
Tompkins Cortland Community College
A.A.S. General Studies-Liberal Arts, May 2012
Fabius - Pompey High School
General Education, May 2010
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
July 2017- Homer School District, Elementary and Intermediate School, Practicum Placements and Homer,
Present Student Teacher Candidate Placements NY
• Fifth grade- summer school, Lisa Ryan (July-August 2017).
• Second grade- school year- Karyn Freshwater (September-October 2017, March-May 2018).
• Fourth grade- school year- Kathleen Fulton- (September 2017-March 2018).
• Observe host teacher’s planning, teaching, classroom management, and
interaction/communication with students and other teachers.
• Observe students’ academic learning and interactions/communication with teachers and
students.
• Assist students with class activities and assignments.
• Assist teacher with tasks, lessons, and observations.
• Taught small lessons to students.
Fabius,
May-June Fabius-Pompey School District, Spring/ Summer Practicum Placement
NY
2017 • First grade classroom.
• Observed host teacher’s planning, teaching, classroom management, and
interaction/communication with students and other teachers.
• Observed students’ academic learning and interaction/communication with teachers and
other students.
• Assist students with class activities and class assignments.
• Assist teacher with lessons, tasks, and activities.
Fabius,
March 2017- Fabius-Pompey School District, Modify Girls Softball Coach NY
June 2017 • Coached seventh-grade and eighth-grade girls.
• Taught players techniques and skills involved in playing softball.
• Taught players teamwork and sportsmanship.

Tully School District, Substitute Teacher Tully,


2016-Present
• Employed lecture, demonstration, and discussion teaching methods in class based on NY
teacher’s lesson plans and requirements.
• Taught numerous subjects including: reading, writing, science, math, social studies, physical
education, music, art, and monitor study hall periods; classes range from K – 12th grade.
• Work with children with downs syndrome, autism, and other disabilities.
• Reinforce skills such as independence, problem solving, following directions, setting goals,
and teamwork.
• Maintain class order while also demonstrating and instilling important social behavior skills.
• Follow school policies and regulations while also observing and reporting students’
performance, progress, or potential concerns.

October Elmcrest- Bridges To Health (B2H), Waiver Service Provider (Part Time) Syracuse,
NY
2015- March • Provide services such as skill building, planned respite, day habilitation services, and more
2016 for children within the foster care system and in adoptive homes with possible mental health,
developmental, or medical disability.
• Assist parents and caregivers of children with services and skills necessary for a safe and
successful home and community-based environment.
• Meet with parents and caregivers, Health Care Integrators (HCI), and other service providers
to successfully establish and achieve goals and service for the children.
• Work with children who are blind have Autism, and multiple disabilities.

2012-present Vesper Hills Golf Club (The Loft Restaurant) & Toggenburg Mountain Ski Center (Foggy Tully/Fabius,
Goggle), Hostess, Waitress, Bartender NY
• Schedule reservations, greet customers, and seat them according to their preferences.
• Understand and describe menu items while taking customers’ drink and meal orders.
• Ensure a positive dining experience by providing quality meal service and overall restaurant
presentation.
• Closeout customers’ check by accepting payment in cash or credit card.
• Support and assist team members with all other restaurant functions and responsibilities.
2014-present Fabius-Pompey School District, Substitute Teacher Fabius,
• Employed lecture, demonstration, and discussion teaching methods in class based on NY
teacher’s lesson plans and requirements.
• Taught numerous subjects including: reading, writing, science, math, social studies, physical
education, music, art, and monitor study hall periods; classes range from K – 12th grade.
• Work with children with downs syndrome, autism, and other disabilities.
• Reinforce skills such as independence, problem solving, following directions, setting goals,
and teamwork.
• Maintain class order while also demonstrating and instilling important social behavior
skills.
• Follow school policies and regulations while also observing and reporting students’
performance, progress, or potential concerns.

6/13-8/13 Physical Education and Wellness Camp (Fabius – Pompey School District), Counselor Fabius,
• Worked with children in grades kindergarten-fifth grade through an eight-week summer NY
program.
• Focused the program to include physical activities and games to promote exercise, enhance
social skills, and develop teamwork.
• Organized and provided nutritious snacks and beverages for the camp attendees.

6/11-8/11 Tops Friendly Markets, Cashier Cortland,


• Welcome customers to the store and provide a clean and well-arranged checkout area. NY
• Process customer groceries and receive payment by cash or credit cards.
• Resolve customer complaints when possible and issue receipts, refunds, or store credits
when necessary.
• Calculate money in cash drawers at the beginning and ending of shift to make sure that
amounts were correct and any errors were reconciled.
2006-present Residential Child Care, Babysitter Central,
• Take complete responsibility of children in the absence of parents. NY
• Bathe, dress, feed, and regulate naps for infants and older children.
• Arrange activities and games, as well as, transportation for kids to preschool, appointments,
or fun trips.
• Help parents with meal preparation, laundry, washing dishes, and other household chores.
RELATED CLUBS, ACTIVITIES, AND CERTIFICATIONS
• NSSLHA (Club) - National Student Speech, Language, and Hearing Association- affiliated with ASHA (American
Speech Language and Hearing Association).
• Attended a conference on autism at Ithaca College and a conference at SUNY Cortland that focused on
technology and apps used by Speech Pathologists.
• Volunteered at Cortland Park Rehabilitation within the “Glamour Girls” program – visited with elderly people
where we did minor cosmetology, played games, and engaged in conversations.
• Became a mentor to new students within the speech program at SUNY Cortland.
• Cortland Youth Program – Volunteered to assist program mentors in administering their activities for under-privileged
children in the City of Cortland.
• Tutor- Worked with a kindergartener on letter and number recognition, and literacy.
• Professional Job Shadowing:
• Observed a Certified Speech Language Pathologist at the Cortland Park Rehabilitation (100 Hours).
• Observed two Certified Speech Language Pathologists at OCM BOCES - Cortland NY (100 Hours).
• Mandated Reporter Training (2015)- Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse and Maltreatment.
• Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED (2015)- Conducted by American Red Cross.
• DASA (November 4, 2017)-The Dignity for All Students Act training- SUNY Cortland
• CARR (November 4, 2017)- Mandated Reporter Training: Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse and
Maltreatment/Neglect- SUNY Cortland
• SAVE (November 4, 2017)- Safe Schools Against Violence in Education- SUNY Cortland
• Project WILD- Workshop- SUNY Cortland
• Project Learning Tree- Workshop- SUNY Cortland
• Smart Notebook Seminar- Beginner training- completed June 14, 2017