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Elizabeth Flum

2388 Morman Road, Hamilton, Ohio 45013


Phone: 513-266-8845
E-mail: flume@miamioh.edu
Objective: Energetic student with strong academic performance and diverse extracurricular background
looking to obtain a Dietetic Internship to further my knowledge and skills in the Dietetics field.
Education:
MIAMI UNIVERSITY
Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health
Major: Nutrition, Dietetics Concentration
Cumulative GPA: 3.64

Oxford, Ohio
August 2010-May 2014

Work Experience:
FLUBS DARI-ETTE
Hamilton, Ohio
Food Service Manager: 40 hours/week
March 2007-present
Demonstrate and develop leadership, communication, problem solving, conflict
resolution, and time management skills by training an average of one new staff member
per week while managing and motivating an average of five employees per shift
Answer and attend to customer service related problems, including (but not limited to)
booking special catered events, answering questions related to the business and
upcoming events, and handling customer complaints and concerns
Organize, rotate, and stock new and existing food inventory
Utilize strong communication and interpersonal skills by successfully serving and
attending to customers while supervising all operations to ensure a smooth and
efficient working environment
FLUBS COFFEEHOUSE
Hamilton, Ohio
Barista: 20 hours/week
July 2014-present
One of three people actively involved in beginning a new sector of an existing
business; set up a business plan, executed promotional events, created marketing tools,
and launched a barista
Perform cost analysis, organize inventory, order materials, and train employees
Prepare espresso-based coffee drinks, smoothies, and baked goods while ensuring high
quality customer service in a fast-paced, friendly, team environment
DEMSKE CULINARY SUPPORT CENTER
Oxford, Ohio
Student Specialist- Baker: 10 hours/week
January 2013-May 2013
Produced, packaged, and labeled baked goods to be distributed in participating dining
halls across Miami Universitys campus
Improved knowledge of large-scale food production by preparing large quantities of
bakery items using corporate recipes and industrial-size restaurant equipment
Followed strict food sanitation and safety regulations after being trained in a ServSafe
introductory course
Effectively communicated and worked alongside other students, many times in teams
Internships:
AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION
Cincinnati, Ohio
Intern
June 2014-present
Member of the Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes team where I research, contact, and
recruit businesses to assess their compatibility and potential partnership with the
Association
Strengthened and perfected time management skills by regularly meeting project
deadlines and managing several tasks at once
Extensively educated on diabetes (Type 1, Type 2, and Gestational) and passed the
assessment I received after over 12 hours of education and online training
Directly inform the community about diabetes, and educate those with the disease on
facilitating their diabetes management

Elizabeth Flum
2388 Morman Road, Hamilton, Ohio 45013
Phone: 513-266-8845
E-mail: flume@miamioh.edu
MEIJER CORPORATION
West Chester, Ohio
Healthy Living Advisor Intern: 40 hours/week
June 2013-Auguest 2013
Devised and created several independent projects, including diabetes education and
ways to incorporate healthy meals into the home, that were distributed in Meijer stores
throughout five US states
Responded to customer questions related to food, nutrition, and several other health
related subjects through the Ask Janine portal of the Meijer Healthy Living website
Actively participated in the community to spread awareness about health and nutrition
by educating children and adults in fun and interactive ways, such as matching food to
its corresponding food group
Marketed and promoted NuVal, a nutritional scoring system, as it was integrated
into Meijer stores
Campus Involvement:
ALPHA PHI FRATERNITY
February 2012-May 2014
Actively participated in several philanthropic events, playing a dynamic role in raising
over $33,000 for cardiac care patients and research through networking with local
businesses for donations
Correlated with volunteer programs to encourage Greek participation in the local
community, and participated in over 20 hours of community service per semester
STUDENT ACADEMY OF NUTRITION AND DIETETICS
January 2012-May 2014
Participated in volunteer activities that promoted nutrition, health, and wellness
Market SAND and encourage student involvement in the organization by sharing my
own experiences
BEST BUDDIES
February 2011-May 2014
Instruct and assist developmentally disabled individuals in various activities, including
art and sports
Develop and evaluate new ways to make daily life easier for those with developmental
disabilities
Strengthened my communication skills and advanced my ability to work with different
types of people
Volunteer Experiences:
OXFORD COMMUNITY CHOICE PANTRY
Shopping assistant
Assisted those utilizing the pantry as they shopped in a unique way, as the pantry is
divided into sections based on the food groups
Educated the shoppers on the different food groups and the benefits of each
NUTRITION TUTOR
Tutored students enrolled in "The Fundamentals of Nutrition" and "Introduction to
Food Science and Meal Management"
KRAMER ELEMENTARY/TALAWANDA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Nutrition Educator
Instructed children on the benefits of breakfast and introduced them to MyPlate
UNION DAY INTERVENTION SCHOOL
Lead and assist special needs children in various subjects in the classroom by setting
reachable goals
Awards:
Presidents List 5 semesters; Deans List 2 semesters
Nominated to Miamis National Honor Society of Leadership and Success, Sigma Alpha Pi
Nominated to the Golden Key International Honour Society for being in the top 15 percent of
my class