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MINDY KOTELMAN

4090 Geddes Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48105 | mindy.kotelman@student.cuaa.edu |

810.488.9260

OBJECTIVE

SKILLS & ABILITIES

I wish to receive an internship at an adoption agency.

-Currently enrolled in CUAA courses

-I have earned multiple leadership roles

-Ability to read and present information in an organized fashion

-Honest, Trustworthy, and Dependable

-Perform wonderfully under pressure

EXPERIENCE

OFFICE ASSITANT CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY ANN ARBOR

SEPTEMBER 2015-PRESENT

Fill out gift statements of donations. Work with transcripts of alumni and put in or fix information on the University data base. Take on and lead projects that are essential to the campus’ advancement office.

HEAD COACH KELLY CROSWELL LEXINGTON PEE-WEE CHEERLEADING

AUGUST 2011-NOVEMBER 2015

Coach children from the ages of seven to thirteen the fundamentals of cheerleading and teamwork. Run practices and communicate with parents about concerns.

DELI CLERK KROGER

DECEMBER 2014- JUNE 2015

Provide remarkable customer service by informing them about our products. Organizing and displaying products in a timely fashion.

EDUCATION

CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY, ANN ARBOR, MI

FAMILY LIFE DEGREE WITH CONCENTRTION OF SOCIL WORK -STILL ATTENDING

CURRENT OVERALL GPA: 3.3

SAINT CLAIR COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, PORT HURON, MI

DUEL ENROLLED WHILE ATTENDING CROSWELL LEXINGTON HIGH

While attending Croswell Lexington High, college classes where taken which led to 46 college credits transferring over to Concordia University.

CROSWELL LEXINGTON HIGH SCHOOL, CROSWELL, MI

DIPLOMA

Graduated with four years of honor roll status. Participated in a duel enrollment program with Saint Clair County Community College to expand the schooling experience.

COMMUNICATION

With each job I have held, I have not had a problem working well with other employees or team members, and I have become experienced in talking to customers and handling their needs to make a business satisfactory. In the educational setting, I have learned to communicate with students and teachers confidently.

LEADERSHIP

All five years of high school I voluntarily coached a Pee-Wee Cheerleading team while holding responsibilities as my own High School Varsity Cheerleading team, as well as Captain responsibilities my Senior year.

Junior and Senior year I was voted for most Leadership on the Varsity Cheerleading Team. Cheerleading Coach Kate Edge has voted me in to participating in SALT, A student- athlete leadership experience.

REFERENCES

JENN ROBERTSON, PEE-WEE CORRDINATOR

TAFL CHEER PROGRAM

810.434.3869

KATE EDGE, COACH

CUAA CHEER

734.624.7083

KAREN NEUENDORF, EMPLOYER

CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT OFFICE

734.417.8577