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Emily

S. Hordes
n 855 NW Torreyview Ln. n Portland, OR 97229 n (503) 816-0526 n ehordes@gmail.com

EDUCATION
Lewis & Clark College, Portland OR May 2018
Masters in Student Affairs Administration

University of Oregon, Eugene OR June 2013


Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
Special Education Minor
o Member, Kappa Delta Sorority, 2009-2011

HIGHER EDUCATION EXPERIENCE


Career Specialist Intern:
Portland Community College, Portland, OR: January 2018-Present
• Discover transferable skills and translate them to resumes
• Develop job search materials: resume, cover letter, portfolio, Linkedin profile
• Support staff in the implementation and execution of job fairs
• 1:1 appointments in student support and career exploration
• Resume and cover letter development/critique
• Case noting appointments
• Conducting 5-10-minute class presentations about upcoming events and career services

Graduate Assistant:
Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR: August 2017- Present
• Strategically plan, develop, and implement print and digital marketing efforts in
collaboration with undergraduate student workers and staff
• Supervise undergraduate sophomore intern
• Find information, write, manage content, and electronically distribute the weekly
newsletter by using Mailchimp service to 3258 undergraduate students every week
• Manage two separate budgets for Lewis & Clark’s Handshake campaign launch, and for
overall event marketing distribution efforts
• Content management in social media and email marketing
• Administrative support to Associate Director

Strength and Conditioning Practicum Student:


Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR: January- May 2017
• Assist with implementing all strength and conditioning programs under the direct
supervision of the head strength coach
• Lead individual and group work outs tailored to each athlete and position
• Collect, analyze, and assess performance data for predominately football and basketball
teams

Program Coordinator CELS HHMI:


Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR: October 2016-May 2017
• Oversee work of 20+ undergraduate student employees to work as Community Educators
in 3 local partner schools for the Academic Year
• Serve as supervisor and main program contact to 20 student workers and 60 high school
students
• Maintain strong and effective communication with 3 partner school teacher advisors
• Manage recruitment and schedules of 12 Community Educators and Team Leaders for
spring semester
• Plan, market, budget, and facilitate the symposium for 70 participants

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE
Preschool Associate Teacher:
Nike World Headquarters (NCDP), Beaverton OR: October 2014-August 2016

• Record 20 students’ progress by inputting written observations, pictures, and other data
into Teaching Strategies Gold, a data assessment tool
• Record, assess, and analyze children’s progress and reflect on teacher’ effectiveness by
using TS Gold graphs
• Plan, create, and send out weekly RAP (Reflect and Plan) PowerPoints and
developmentally appropriate activities per children’s interests and needs by using a “child
first” philosophy
• Communicate continuously and effectively with families about individual progress and
classroom goals and expectations in daily conversation starter emails and bi-yearly
parent-teacher conferences
• Accurately follow Nike Child Development Program policy and procedures to ensure the
health and safety of children

ACTIVITIES
Oregon Dog Rescue Volunteer, Tualatin, Oregon, 2014-Present
Member, Women in Business, Eugene, Oregon, September 2012-June 2013
Member, Students for Global Health, Eugene, Oregon, September 2012- June 2013

SKILLS
Handshake database, Mailchimp email marketing, Canva graphic design, Google, Microsoft,
Hootsuite, Social media platforms