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Ted Hibbeler 3319 W. Citrus Way Phoenix, AZ 85017 (602) 717 - 0105 th8a3114@westpost.net Employment Objective: n.

To work in the fields of cultural diversity and educatio

Education: 2004 - Master in Education, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona Major: Educational Administration and Supervision in the College of Education 1996 - Master of Arts in Teaching, Hastings College, Hastings, Nebraska Major: English Minor: Communication 1978 - Bachelor of Science in Education, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebras ka Major: English Minor: American Indian Studies Employment: 2008 - 2010 - Mesa Community College, Mesa, Arizona Title: Adjunct Faculty Member Duties: Instruct American Indian Studies courses that teach students about the d iverse cultures among the American Indian tribes in North America. 1994 - 2008 - Phoenix Union High School District, 4502 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85012 Title: Native American Specialist Duties: Write state and federal grants; develop and implement programs for stude nts in the areas of retention, academic success and early college-bridge program s; supervise a staff of seven student advisors; oversee data entry; act as liais on with parent committee along with community and civic agencies and establish p artnerships with corporations and colleges to fund the Hoop of Learning Early Co llege-Bridge Program; create student data retrieval system with PUHSD research d epartment. Reason for Leaving: Early retirement to teach American Indian Studies courses on the college-level. 1994 - 1996 - Phoenix College, 1500 W. Thomas Road, Phoenix, Arizona 85020 Title: Adjunct (part-time) English and American Indian Studies Instructor Duties: Teach English Composition 101 and 102 courses and American Indian Studie s courses Reason for Leaving: To work as the full-time Director of the Native American Ed ucation Program for the Phoenix Union High School District. 1992 - 1994 - Alhambra High School, Phoenix Union High School District - Phoenix , Arizona Title: High School English/ESL Teacher Duties: Teach English/ESL classes to 9 - 12 grade students; Reason for Leaving: To teach part-time at Phoenix College and to work as the Di rector of the Native American Education Program for the Phoenix Union High Schoo l District. 1990 - 1992 - Silver Lake High School - Roseland, Nebraska Title: High School/Middle School English/Reading Teacher and High School Footbal l, Basketball and Track Coach. Duties: Teach English classes to 7 - 12 grade students along with coach varsity

football, basketball and track to high school students. Design individual stren gth and conditioning programs for athletes. Reason for Leaving: Family moved to Phoenix, Arizona 1988 - 1990 - Hastings Public Library - Hastings, Nebraska Title: Adult Basic Education Coordinator Duties: Coordinate adult basic education program for Adams County in Nebraska. T each GED classes; teach Laubach Method to Reading and ESL Program to adults; arr ange GED testing for adults, recruit and train volunteers as tutors, acquire fun ding for program. Reason for Leaving: Teaching and coaching position at Silver Lake High School i n Roseland, NE 1986 - 1988 - Hastings College, Hastings, Nebraska Title: Assistant Head Football and Track Coach Duties: JV head football coach and assistant track coach along with graduate st udent. Reason for Leaving: Hired as Adult Basic Education Coordinator for the Hastings Public Library 1978 - 1986 - St. Francis High School, St. Francis, South Dakota (Rosebud Indian Reservation) Title: High School English and Football, Basketball and Track Coach. Duties: English teacher and football, basketball and track coach along with desi gning strength and conditioning programs for athletes and adults. Reason for Leaving: To pursue my master's degree and coach football and track at Hastings College, Hastings, NE Certifications: Arizona Secondary Teaching Certificate in English (7 - 12 grades ) Arizona Administration Certificate (K - 12 grades) Arizona State Adult Education Certificate Certificate of Completion - Native American Literature Summer Institute at Newb ury Library in Chicago, Ill (Graduate Coursework through Arizona State Universit y) State of Arizona Fingerprint Clearance Card Volunteer Interests: I coach youth sports such as track, basketball, football an d baseball. I have coached for the Scottsdale YMCA, Madison RAMMS Program and f or Madison Meadows Elementary School. Race: American Indian (Rosebud Sioux/Sicangu Lakota) References: Patricia McIntyre, Counselor, Phoenix College 1202 W. Thomas, Phoenix, AZ 85012 (602) 285 - 7392 Dr. Bo Colbert, Director of American Indian Programs, Mesa Community College, 1833 W. Southern, Mesa, AZ 85202 (480) 461 - 7000 Dr. Moodie Jackson, Athletic Director, Phoenix Union High School District, 4502 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85012 (602) 764 - 1100