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HALEIGH BRIGGS

7300 Oldstone Drive Southeast, Owens Cross Roads, AL 35763


(H): (256) 288-7967 (C): (256) 652-3289
Hnb0014@auburn.edu

Professional Summary
 College student seeking degree in Exercise Science with plans to further pursue master’s degree in occupational
therapy. Familiar with the challenges associated with teaching special needs children and a person who remains
positive under times of stress or conflict.

Education
 Auburn University
Bachelor of Science
2016 –expected graduation 2020
3.96 GPA

Activities and Honors


 Good Standing at Auburn University  Recipient of Madison County Auburn Club Scholarship
 Undergraduate Research Assistant  Wilma P and William G Hall Scholarship
 Lambda Sigma Honors Fraternity Member  AU Board of Trustees Scholarship
 Freshman Leadership Program Member  Athletic Recruiter
 National Society of Collegiate Scholars Member  Philanthropic Sorority Member
 Recipient of Achievement Scholarship  Tiger Paws Dance Team Member

Employment
Intern – August 2014 to July 2018
Merrimack Hall
3320 Triana Boulevard, Huntsville, AL 35805
 Communicated with children to provide them with comfort, encouragement and positive reinforcement
 Created strategies to meet the needs of mentally and physically disabled students
 Instructed students with disabilities, including Autism, Downs Syndrome, and Spina Bifida
 Led activities that developed students’ physical, emotional and social growth
 Gave one-on-one attention to students, while maintaining overall focus on entire group

Intern – March 20 to June 11, 2018


ASF Foundation
PO Box 20327 Montgomery, AL 36120
 Instrumental in soliciting in-kind donations from corporate and private sponsors via phone and in person
 Organized venue, volunteers, and service delivery operations of Alabama State Games
 Created and maintained spreadsheet to organize products, vendors, and contact information
 Promoted activities through media in writing, participation in radio interviews, and social media sites

Dance Teacher – August 2013 to July 2018


Element Huntsville
262 Miller Lane, Huntsville, AL 35763
 Redirected students using Positive Behavior Support (PBS)
 Choreographed age appropriate dances and lessons for various ages
 Promoted healthy living for students by encouraging exercise and good eating habits
 Used simulations, team exercises, group discussions, videos, and lectures to instruct students in multiple ways
Caller for Auburn University Phonathon – August 30 to December 5, 2018
Auburn University Call Center
317 S College Street, Auburn University, AL 36849 PO Box 20327
 Helped maintain public relations of AU by using effective communication protocol
 Received donations for AU through effective, persuasive, communication
 Trained on communication skills and financial transaction

Employee – October 30 to Present


The Mint Julep Boutique
1750 Opelika Road, Suite C Auburn, AL 36830
 Monitor internal site and technology to keep in line with company goals
 Exhibited excellent teamwork and a strong work ethic by promoting camaraderie
 Effectively monitor online sales to ensure successful delivery process

Community Accomplishments
 Project Uplift Mentor
 Adaptive gymnastics volunteer for kids with special needs
 Special Olympics Volunteer
 Awesome Soccer Goals Volunteer—soccer program for kids with special needs
 CAFY Student of the Month for Huntsville—awarded city pin by Mayor
 Buddy Walk Volunteer—for children with Downs Syndrome
 Auburn University Dance Marathon participant
 National Prodigy for NRG Dance Project—toured country to assist with teaching classes, work merchandise
booth, and organize awards program