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CAITLIN A.

LARA
CaitlinALara@gmail.com ∙ (214) 931-4399 ∙ www.ms-lara.weebly.com

CERTIFICATIONS
EC-6 Core Subjects and EC-12 Special Education

EDUCATION
Bachelor of Science in Community Health, Texas A&M University May 2016
College Station, Texas

EXPERIENCE
Office Manager, Miner Corporation September 2017 – Current
San Antonio, Texas
 Managed schedules, organized office functions, and oversaw daily operations of office with 60 employees
 Served as central point of contact for all outside vendors including custodians, pest and repair services
 Administered front desk area, including greeting visitors and transferring all incoming calls

Au Pair October 2016– July 2017


Stockholm, Sweden
 Responsible for holistic health of children including social, emotional, and physical care
 Managed family’s daily needs in a highly adaptable manner to best suit family of four
 Engaged children in creative and educational activities including teaching English and Sign Language

Nutrition Educator – Summer Vista, AmeriCorps June 2016– August 2016


Corpus Christi, Texas
 Educated adults and children in the community on nutrition through presentations and cooking classes
 Oversaw the mobile produce and food pantry serving a variety of diverse community members
 Conducted interviews with clients diagnosed with diabetes for educational courses and food pantry benefits

Community Health Intern, AIESEC Global Citizen January-April 2016


Manila, Philippines
 Designed a four-week comprehensive health curriculum for 60 low-income students aged 6-14
 Collaborated with 17 fellow interns from 9 different countries to implement the four-week curriculum
 Communicated effectively with diverse populations including those who speak English as a second
language
 Assessed the health disparities of local at risk communities through personal interviews, evaluation, and
cultural immersion

Resident Advisor, Texas A&M University 2013 – 2014 school year


College Station, Texas
 Developed student centered hall programs to promote social, education, diversity, health, emotional,
understanding and growth
 Implemented and enforced all University and Housing policies for dormitory with over 200 students

LEADERSHIP
Fish Camp, Texas A&M University March 2013 – October 2015
First-year student extended orientation program
Chairperson November 2014 – October 2015
 Interviewed, selected, and trained 24 camp counselors from an applicant pool of 2000
 Facilitated group trainings on leadership, communications, team building, and risk management
 Served as a liaison between university administrators, camp directors, counselors, and 150 new students
 Created minute-by-minute schedules for a four-day camp and organized, facilitated, and oversaw the camp