You are on page 1of 2

Salma Elsayed

20-64 24th St. Apartment 3A Astoria, NY 11105 || (929) 261-2955 || salmaelsayed555@gmail.com

EDUCATION
THE YOUNG WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP SCHOOL OF ASTORIA, Astoria, NY September 2012- Present
Relevant Courses: AP World History, AP Psychology, AP Language and Composition
Date of Expected Graduation: June 2019
GPA: 4.0

EXPERIENCE

COLLEGEBOARD NATIONAL ORGANIZATION, New York, NY July 2018- Present


ELA Content Devlopment Intern
 Gathered images for SpringBoard’s Texas Edition ELA books
 Conducted Audio Quality Assurances for the SpringBoard website

SEVENTEEN MAGAZINE January 2018


Contributor
 Published “The Women’s March Inspired Me to Run for Office Someday”
 Interviewed organizations and individuals attending the Women’s March

DAR AL SALEHEEN SUMMER SCHOOL, Cairo, Egypt June- September 2017


English Teacher
 Created lesson plans for ESL students on pronouns, punctuation, parts of speech, etc.
 Supervised trips, celebrations, and attended parent teacher conferences

THE INTERNATIONAL MODEL UN CONFERENCE, The New York Hilton Hotel March 14- 18 2017
Participant
 Represented Bahrain in Women in Conflict conferences of SOCHUM committee
 Developed solutions to global issues including improving accessibility to basic needs,
using new indicators of inequality, etc.

MEDDOCS PROGRAM, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, NY October 2016- June 2017
Participant
 Learned about the anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology of heart, lungs, brain
 Applied technologies such as VR and 3D Printing to medicine

CITIZENS COMMITTEE FOR NYC: 2016 GRANT AWARDEE, New York, NY January 2017- Present
Project Manager
 Won a $2400 grant to begin food composting in school and neighborhood
 Taught middle school students how to compost

THE SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENTRY PROGRAM, Barnard College October 2015- June 2016
Participant
 Participated in academic courses such as Biology, Algebra I, Algebra II
 Explored career opportunities in STEM fields by participating in elective courses
VOLUNTEER
AL MARWA ISLAMIC CENTER, Astoria, NY July 2016 – Present
 Improved proficiency of 25 students between the ages of 5 and 8 in Arabic

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE BEAUTIFICATION PROJECT, Riverside Park November 2015


 Raked leaves off pathways, high-traffic areas, and lawns and composted them

ACTIVITIES

THE YOUNG WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP SCHOOL OF ASTORIA

Student Council, Co-Director September 2015- Present


 Pitched ideas on improving the school based on student concerns
 Lead town hall discussions with the high school and middle school students
 Organized events for middle school and high school students

School Leadership Team, Student Representative September 2016- Present


 Met with TYWLS CBO’s, PTA, teachers, administrators and the Title I
representative to develop, review and assess the Comprehensive Education Plan
 Developed strategies to improve TYWLS’ environment and student achievement

PSAL Track and Field, Co-Captain February 2016- Present


 Lead captain practices 5-6 days a week
 Organized team fundraisers and events

1st Annual TYWLS 5K, Lead Race Director December 2017- March 2018
 Co-taught a two week course on creating a 5K
 Reached out to sponsors, applied for a permit, and created a budget for a 5K
to go towards St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

SKILLS
 Languages: Fluent in Arabic. Proficient in Spanish.
 Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite