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Sonya Edwards
BASIC
United States, Winter Garden
Tutor Sonya Edwards, Writing & Content
Teacher Certification FLORIDA STATE POSTGRADUATE LICENSE – July 2017 Elementary Education PreK-6 English as a Second Language PreK-12 English 6-12 VIRGINIA STATE POSTGRADUATE LICENSE – August 2016 Elementary Education PreK-6 English as a Second Language PreK-12 English 6-12 History 6-12 Education COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY – Williamsburg, VA Master of Arts Elementary Education – Curriculum and Instruction –May 2016 Literacy Emphasis English as a Second Language PreK-12 Peter D. Pruden Jr. & Phyllis S. Pruden Scholarship recipient Kappa Delta Pi National Honor Society THOMAS EDISON STATE UNIVERSITY – Trenton, NJ Bachelor of Arts Liberal Arts –Sept 2014 Field Experience ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS TEACHER 10TH GRADE–Windermere High School 2019-present  Design and implement daily lesson plans across all content areas in accordance with state standards  Attend grade level meetings, professional development courses and education conferences INTENSIVE READING TEACHER 7TH /8TH GRADES–Bridgewater Middle School 2017- 2019  PLC Lead 2018-2019  Piloted community outreach program for reading students with Dillard Street Elementary FIRST GRADE CLASSROOM TEACHER –Epes Elementary School (Title 1 Priority) Newport News 2016-2017 STUDENT TEACHING -Matoaka Elementary School Williamsburg, VA Spring 2016 ESL STUDENT TEACHING –Various Schools Williamsburg & Newport News, VA 2015-2016  Completed 150 instructional hours with non-native English speaking students in grades K-10 TEACHER CANDIDATE – K-6 PRACTICUM, Williamsburg, VA Fall 2015 UNDERGRADUATE EXPERIENCE – Grafton Bethel Elementary School Yorktown, VA 2013 Related Experience JAMESTOWN YORKTOWN FOUNDATION-MUSEUM PROGRAM ASSITANT, Williamsburg, VA 2012-Present WILLIAMSBURG CLASSICAL ACADEMY – CO-OP TEACHER, Williamsburg, VA 2008-2010 CARROLLTON CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS – LIBRARIAN, Carrollton, GA 2002-2003 Skills Summary  Project Management  Resource Management  Peer Training/Mentoring  Microsoft Office Suite  Document Cameras  Research / Analysis  Apple iOS Applications  Smart Board  Excellent Communication Skills
Writing & Content
Content Writing
Proofreading
Forum Posting
Copywriting
Writing Tutoring
25 $
Patience Williams
BASIC
United States, Philadelphia
Copywriter (masters degree in writing, undergraduate degree in English Patience Williams, Writing & Content
Education Rutgers University: Camden (graduate) Masters of Fine Arts in Fiction Writing Oklahoma City University (undergraduate) University of Oxford (Michaelmas term, fall 2015) University of Oaxaca (summer 2016) Bachelor of Arts in English; minor in Spanish (May 2017) Senior Thesis: 90s Baby (memoir) Specialized Coursework The Construction of the Short Story and Linked Collections (Thesis), Rutgers Camden (2020) Origin of the Novel, Suburban Culture (Independent Study), Rutgers Camden (2019) American Literature, Realism to Present, OCU (2016) Latin American Poetry, University of Oaxaca, Mexico (2016) Spanish Conversation, University of Oaxaca, Mexico (2016) The Victorian and Modern English Novel, University of Oxford (2015) African American Literature, University of Oxford (2015) Creative Nonfiction, OCU (2015) Critical Reading and Writing, OCU (2014) Slavery Since Emancipation (Honors), Oklahoma Scholar-Leadership Enrichment Program, University of Oklahoma (2014) Publications and Presentations “Deconstructing Citizen: Interpreting the Dimensional Relations of Being Black in America” (research article). Stellar Undergraduate Research Journal. 2017. 90s Baby (memoir). OCU Senior Capstone presentations. OCU. 2016. “My America” (poem). National Collegiate Honors Council. Seattle, Washington. 2016. “Writer Abroad” (video). StoryA_Abroad presentations; presented in South Africa. 2016. “Character Depth in D. H. Lawrence’s Sons and Lovers” (essay). Great Plains Honors Conference. Siloam Springs, Arkansas. 2016. Undergraduate Research Day. Oklahoma City University. 2016. “The Concept of Freedom: Post-Emancipation Proclamation” (research article). Stellar Undergraduate Research Journal. 2016. “The Virgin Suicides: A Book You Should Know About” (review). The Oxford Student. University of Oxford. 2015. “I’m Tired because…” (project). Skin Deep (blog). University of Oxford. 2015. “12/3/2014” (poem). The Scarab (annual literary magazine). Oklahoma City University. 2014. Awards and Honors Rutgers Camden Honor Roll (4.0 GPA). 2019-2020. Rutgers Camden Honor Roll (3.5+ GPA). 2018. OCU Honors Program. 2014-2017. Memoir writing workshop at Oklahoma Arts Institute. Quartz Mountain, Oklahoma. 2016. (one of two selected participants) “Researching Literary Relationships in the Archives,” with Dr. Tracy Floreani. –CAIRS (Creative Arts, Inquiry, Research and Scholarship) Grant recipient. Oklahoma City University. 2016. Eleanor Lou Carrithers Award for Excellence in Rhetoric, OCU English Dept. 2016. Ann Carlton Book Award, OCU English Dept. 2015. Nellie Melton Scholarship, OCU English Dept. 2015. Outstanding Selection Nominee for “12/3/2014” (poem). Scarab. 2014. OCU- President’s Honor Roll (4.0 GPA). 2016. OCU- Dean’s List Honor Roll (3.5+ GPA). 2013-2015. Editorial and Writing Experience Reader for Story Quarterly. 2019. Editor for The Scarab. OCU. 2014-2016. Research assistant for project with Dr. Tracy Floreani. Beinecke Library, Yale University. 2016. Writer for The Shadow Collective, which is a first-year project of minority performing majors who write, perform, and direct an entire play about what it is like to be a minority in a predominantly white place. OCU. 2016. Editor of scholarship literary publication, The Celestial Rumor. OCU. 2014. Relevant Work Experience Part-Time Lecturer of Composition I and Composition II at Rutgers Camden. 2019-2020. Tutor at LEAP Academy in Camden, New Jersey. 2018. Service Guest panelist for ‘Black Lives Matter’ forum. OCU. 2016. Guest panelist for ‘Cultural Appropriation: Native American, African American, and Hispanic Resistance’ forum. OCU. 2016. Treasurer, Sigma Tau Delta National English Honor Society- OCU Chapter. 2016. Volunteer, Girls Club of America. 2013-2016. Secretary, Advisory Council. 2013-2014. Secretary, Black Student Association. 2013-2015.
Writing & Content
Communications
Copy Editing
Proofreading
Writing
Writing Tutoring
40 $
Jennifer Pustaver
BASIC
United States, Boynton Beach
Special Education Teacher Jennifer Pustaver, Writing & Content
EDUCATION University of Florida 2005 - 2009 Bachelors in Early Childhood Education University of Florida 2009 - 2010 Masters Degree in Special Education WORK EXPERIENCE Kentwood Prep School: Teacher 2015-2019 I am a full-time teacher of children from 2nd to 4th grade with varying special needs. Seminole Trails Elementary School: Pre-k ASD teacher 2012–2015 I was a full-time teacher for children aged 3-5 who were diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum or developmentally delayed. Metcalf Elementary School: ESE Pre-k teacher in a cluster Head start classroom 2011–2012 I was a full time teacher for children 3-5 in the Head Start program who had IEPs. SKILLS 1. Writing lesson plans: I was responsible for writing differentiated lesson plans for the various levels of each of my classrooms. 2. Data collection: I kept track of each students goals and how they were progressing toward them for each grading period. 3. IEP writing: I wrote Individual Education Plans for each child, including their goals and current skill levels. 4. Working on teacher teams: I was in charge of helping other team members complete tasks. I also was in charge or running the classroom staff (OT, SLP, and aides). 5. Technology: I was in charge of running and using several programs, (Excel, Movie maker, Power point) to facilitate learning and activities in the classroom and school.
Writing & Content
Writing Tutoring
Essay Writing
Creative Writing
Proofreading
Editing & Proofreading
18 $
Jacqlyn Culwell
BASIC
United States, Boston
JLC Resume Jacqlyn Culwell, Writing & Content
As an ELA/ELL Teacher: Responsible for instructing students about the structure and content of the English language and Writing including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar, sentence structure, writing, and studying of various kinds of literature. Instruct students on interpreting literature and poetry, assign books to read, including classics and contemporary novels, provide background on authors' life and works, teach students about the structure and content of the English language, including proper grammar, spelling, and sentence structure. Teach about different literary styles, create instructional resources for use in the classroom, plan, prepare and deliver instructional activities, create positive educational climate for students to learn in, meet course and school-wide student performance goals, participate in ongoing training sessions, create lesson plans and modify accordingly throughout the year, maintain grade books, grade papers and perform other administrative duties as needed. Potentially write grant proposals to gain funding for further research, create projects designed to enhance lectures, read and stay abreast of current topics in education, create lesson plans, utilize various curriculum resources, integrate competencies, goals, and objectives into lesson plans, utilize curricula that reflect the diverse educational, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds of the students served. Develop incentives to keep participants in class, develop professional relationships with other agencies and programs, utilize public library resources, work with program coordinators to ensure initiatives are being met, tutor students on an individual basis, establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities, prepare and distribute required reports, observe and evaluate student's performance, manage student behavior in the classroom by invoking approved disciplinary procedures.
Writing & Content
Book Writing
Editing & Proofreading
Copy Editing
Writing Tutoring
Creative Writing
25 $
Sarah Ireland
BASIC
Sarah Ellen Ireland Resume Sarah Ireland, Writing & Content
Education History University of Tennessee at Chattanooga August 2012-May 2014 Master of Arts in English (Creative Writing Emphasis) Lee University, Cleveland, TN January 2007-May 2011 Bachelor of Arts in English (Writing Emphasis) Work Experience Enchanter (Content Writer) Sourceress, San Francisco, CA (remote) February 2019-February 2020 • Technical communication ghostwriter: crafted detailed, personalized recruiting content tailored to each client's needs and targeted towards the individual experiences and qualifications of each potential candidate. • Helped select and rate potential candidates for appropriate positions based on client specifications regarding technical skills, education, experience, etc. • Contributed to documentation process by attending meetings, suggesting and performing edits, and participating in knowledge-base development efforts. Information Security Specialist Johnson Services Group, Tennessee Valley Authority, Chattanooga, TN June 2015-April 2018 • Continued in the role of technical documentarian after program maturation. Responsibilities included: o Reviewing and updating NERC CIP compliance documentation and ensuring system compliance o Writing work instructions for new processes o Creating and presenting internal and external facing training curricula o Gathering and compiling audit evidence/creating and presenting compliance evidence packages o Maintaining/updating system knowledge base documents such as policies and procedures, work instructions, STIGS, operational documents, and user manuals Technical Writer I TASC, Tennessee Valley Authority, Chattanooga, TN May 2014-June 2015 • Began as a contract technical writer for the TVA cybersecurity monitoring program. Duties included creating, revising, and publishing documentation for the system from initial design through execution, such as: o Internal records of project development o Organization policies and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) o Intergroup agreements between business units o Training curricula and work instructions for systems and equipment Graduate Teaching Assistant University of Tennessee at Chattanooga English Department August 2013-May 2014 • Taught two to four sections of ENGL 1011 tutorials per semester. These classes focused on grammar, mechanics, content, and other aspects of writing. • Helped the instructor make comments on student work and conference with individual students. • Was promoted from Academic Tutor to Graduate Assistant based on superior performance. Adjunct Instructor Chattanooga State Community College August 2013-May 2014 • Taught Developmental English classes and worked with students still learning the basics of writing and how to use word processing software, trying to get them ready to enter college-level courses. Tutor/Academic Coach University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Athletics Department January 2013-August 2013 • Tutored student athletes on a variety of topics including: o English o History o Spanish o Humanities • Helped students acclimate to college life, teaching them how to manage all aspects of the classroom: o Homework o Good study habits o Scheduling o Organization o Writing techniques o Microsoft Office Creative Accomplishments • Successfully crafted and defended creative graduate thesis consisting of a collection of short stories and theoretical essays on the craft of writing. • Completed a capstone project that consisted of taking eight songs through initial drafting stages through several rounds of workshop to the final draft and editing. • Published literary criticism essay entitled “The French Lieutenant’s Hippie” and presented it at the 2011 Sigma Tau Delta Convention. Professional Skills • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, SharePoint, and Visio); Adobe Acrobat Pro. • Able to conduct research on a variety of topics with a specialization in determining appropriate and credible source material. • Experienced in copy editing other authors’ work for grammar, arrangement, style, and adherence to manuscript formatting standards such as MLA, APA, etc. • Experienced in teaching student writers about style, form, grammar, research, etc.
Writing & Content
Content Writing
Writing Tutoring
Technical Writing
Creative Writing
Academic Writing and research
25 $
Rachel Jackson
BASIC
United States, Pittsburgh
Writing & Content Rachel Jackson, Writing & Content
Skills: Social media proficient Written and verbal communication skills Leadership and relationship building Strategic planning Conflict resolution Efficient project management Detail oriented Customer service Work Experience: Medical Case Manager – Central Outreach Wellness Center July 2019 – January 2020 Coordinate care that is safe, timely, effective, informative, efficient, and helpful to the patient Help patients achieve wellness and autonomy Record case information and accurately complete all necessary forms Locate patient insurance, and help uninsured patients apply for insurance coverage  Grants Coordinator - YWCA of Greater Pittsburgh February – June 2019 Complete documents and reports as required by each grant Coordinate with managers to ensure each document is created and entered properly Provide administrative support as necessary Organize files according to date, file type, and organization name and number Barista - Crazy Mocha Coffee                                                                                June - November 2018 Prepare or serve beverages, such as coffee, espresso drinks, or teas Engaged customers while conveying a positive and professional attitude Order, receive, or stock supplies or retail products Festival Assistant - Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival February - June 2018 Track all Jeep publicity and festival information Provide administrative support to Festival Directors  Make and receive phone calls from festival participants Create flyers or other design materials as needed Draft press materials, talking points and additional copy as needed Community Assistant- Slippery Rock University August 2017 - May 2018 Assist students regarding personal, social, and academic concerns or needs Refer students, as necessary, to appropriate university and/or community resources Complete all assigned administrative duties as required by the building director Conduct floor meetings as well as plan and organize events for residents Assist in the daily operations of the entire building along with fellow CAs and higher personnel Teaching Assistant- Slippery Rock University   September - December 2017 Assist faculty member with classroom instruction, exams, record keeping, and other projects Tutor students and answer student questions as necessary Related Experience: International Student Tutor 2019-2020 Connect with international students studying English abroad Assist second language English students in writing business professional academic papers Help students to learn the proper flow of the written English language Lambda Pi Eta (National Communication Association Honor Society) 2018 Participated in committees to orchestrate events for LPH Attend weekly meetings to stay updated on all organization events Connect with other students in the communication department as well as alumni  Study Abroad Spring Break Trip – Slippery Rock University                                                           2018 Explored different areas in the cities of Stockholm, Sweden and Copenhagen, Denmark Visited various organizations to see how it conducts business on an international level Interact with international business professionals and observe how they conduct daily procedures The Rocket Contributor (Student run newspaper) 2017-2018 Cover events that happen on campus for the school newspaper Write articles about events that happen on campus Meet deadlines for articles to be submitted Opportunity Knocks Host                               2015, 2016, & 2017 Housed high school senior who stayed for the event, and provided a welcoming environment  Provided knowledge about the university and answered any questions the student had Participated in community-building activities to make incoming students feel more at home
Writing & Content
Press Releases
Communications
Writing Tutoring
Content Writing
Article Writing
15 $
Shania Kennedy
BASIC
United States, State College
Writer, Editor, And Tutor Shania Kennedy, Writing & Content
EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts, degree earned May 2020 Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pennsylvania Career GPA: 3.916 Major: Political Science Minor: Writing EXPERIENCE ACADEMIC SUCCESS CENTER, WESTMINSTER COLLEGE, NEW WILMINGTON, PA Head Tutor, August 2019 - May 2020 Complete all duties associated with being a teaching assistant or Team Leader, in addition to all the below duties of Head Tutor: Coordinate Zoom meetings and other online meetings/trainings Attend biweekly leadership meetings Monitor drop-in tutoring regularly (1-2 nights/week), gathering information about tutoring problems and progress, and then reporting that information back to the coordinator Create a comfortable, friendly atmosphere for students seeking support during drop-in tutoring shifts and encourage tutors to do the same. Ensure that tutoring spaces are maintained in a clean and orderly fashion after each drop-in tutoring shift Maintain and update tutor resources, including the tutor training manual Stay abreast of campus events, exam dates and other relevant academic information and communicate that information to other tutors Assist in the preparation and presentation of tutor training sessions Assist in the observation of all tutors throughout the academic year as needed Contribute to end-of-semester reports as needed Complete other duties as assigned, including projects that capitalize on the Lead Tutor’s individual knowledge and strengths (i.e. managing social media, developing workshops, coordinating other events) Team Leader, January 2018 - August 2019 Facilitate TA team meetings at the start of each drop-in tutoring shift that serve to motivate and encourage TAs, as well as to help troubleshoot problems Provide weekly updates to Senior Tutor from team meetings Observe and evaluate all 7 assigned TAs in team and report to Head Tutor and Coordinator Assist with recruitment and interviewing of staff tutors in the Spring semester Develop and lead relevant and timely academic workshops for the ASC Teaching Assistant for Writing Services, August 2017 - January 2018 Evaluate and edit student writing assignments Tutor students of all skill levels in writing mechanics, style, and grammar Assess student skill levels and direct tutoring sessions accordingly Provide feedback to students and professors to improve class and assignment utility Create and implement lessons specifically tailored to both abstract and creative writing based on the student’s need and the assignment being evaluated THE BORGEN PROJECT, SEATTLE, WA Writer Intern, May 2019 - August 2019 Created 10 high-quality published articles, 1 per week Contacted Congressional offices each week in support of poverty-reduction programs and legislation Ran a personal fundraising campaign and raised $500, which included sending a minimum of 15 fundraising letters Utilized social media to share links related to the cause Completed weekly tracker by Friday by 11 PM PST THE HOLCAD STUDENT NEWSPAPER, WESTMINSTER COLLEGE, NEW WILMINGTON, PA Arts and Entertainment Section Editor, May 2017 - May 2019 Edited articles and layout of Arts and Entertainment page of newspaper Assigned topics and direct Staff Writers and Copy Editors Wrote editorial columns for publication Collaborated with editorial staff and writers for article selection News and Features Staff Writer, August 2016 - May 2017 Reported on the inauguration of Westminster’s 15th president, the D.C. Women’s March, and the protests at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania, stories which were then published on the front page of the newspaper Pitched ideas for new ways to reach the student community to the Editor-in-Chief Researched and conducted interviews to obtain information for articles BLASTING NEWS, NEW YORK, NY Contributor, July 2017 - August 2017 Brainstormed article topics Researched to obtain information for articles Wrote articles on topics of American politics, foreign relations, terrorism, and social justice for publication on the website Edited articles for grammar, style, and clarity
Writing & Content
Academic Writing and research
Article Writing
Editing & Proofreading
Writing
Writing Tutoring
12 $
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