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Gianfranco Fernandez Ruiz

122 N 4
E #2 Rexburg, Id. 857.991.4010

B.A. Brigham Young University-Idaho Graduation: December 2014
Major in English
Recipient of: Heber J. Grant Scholarship, John A. and Bonita G. Hopkin Family Society
High School Valedictorian
Teachers Assistant: BYU-Idaho, Rexburg, ID 2014-present
Conferencing with students for composition
Developing lesson plans for the class; teaching class using lesson plans
Grading papers and quizzes and entering grades
Managing class unsupervised, responding to student emails
Developing syllabus for following semester
Piloting new curricula for coursework
Director of Gateway Seminars: BYU-Idaho, Rexburg, ID March-July 2013
Developed 4 month plan for seminars
Interviewed potential volunteer facilitators
Organized facilitation of seminar
Constructed training for proper teaching
Presentation Practice Center, Tutor: BYU-Idaho, Rexburg, ID 2011
Recorded Presentations for Public Speaking courses
Worked with Powerpoint, Sliderocket, and Prezi
Developed students skills in presentation
Service & Activities
Two-year volunteer service in Italy 2008-2010
Manager of Online Activities (pilot program) Winter 2013
Student Government Fall 2013
Student Editorial Board Spring 2014
Ecclesiastical Group Leader for weekly class 2012-present
Presentation & Publishing
Outlet: BYU-Idahos Literary Journal December 2014
Research & Creative Works 2
Place Award for I Am Xitlali Spring 2014
Research & Creative Works 2
Place Award for Doe-Eyed Dominican Girl Spring 2014
Gianfranco Fernandez Ruiz
122 N 4
E #2 Rexburg, Id. 857.991.4010

EMPLOYMENT: Dr. Mark Bennion
English Professor, MFA
Rexburg, ID 83440

Van Crawford
Student Connections Coordinator
Rexburg, ID 83440

Spencer Haacke
Communications Professor
Rexburg, ID 83440

ACADEMIC: Dr. John Ivers, Ph.D
Language & Letters College Dean
Rexburg, ID 83440

Dr. Scott Samuelson, Ph.D
English Professor
Rexburg, ID 83440

PERSONAL: Kevin Stanger
Teacher Education Department Chair
Rexburg, ID 83440

Debra Cave
Masters of Education, C.A.G.S High School Administration
Boston, Ma. 02108

Gianfranco Fernandez Ruiz
122 N 4
E #2 Rexburg, Id. 857.991.4010

To Whom It May Concern;

I am applying for the position of an English educator at Boston Latin School. I was born
and raised in Massachusetts, close to Boston Latin School. I remember wanting to be a
student there. Since then, I have graduated with a degree in English with fluency in
Spanish and Italian and proficiency in French. While, I didnt graduate with a minor, I
took several opportunities to dabble in Communications, Business and Global Relations
classes. The coursework has prepared me to be the best possible educator. More
importantly, it has inspired me to return home and help kids in the urban areas of
Boston to have a greater education, and a more positive future. My background as a
Dominican adds and assists in connecting with students.

I feel highly qualified for this position and believe to be a great asset to the school, but
also, to the students. I have learned to research, analyze, and write. I have had several
opportunities as a Teachers Assistant at Brigham Young University-Idaho to develop
lesson plans and teach composition. In fact, although I graduated with an English
degree, with an emphasis in creative writing, I stayed on post-baccalaureate to attain my
teaching endorsement. The material remains important to me, as I have come to the
realization that teaching is far more than a job, but the difference. The abilities I have
attained are facilitated with passion, not simply for the subjects at hand, but for the
minds of the developing students who will undoubtedly play their part in our society.

These skills not only qualify me as an educator, but they ensure the students growth as
assets to the society, as better writers, thinkers and contributors.

I have enclosed my rsum and a list of references. I look forward to an interview and
can be contacted by telephone to schedule a time. I will be in contact with your office
within 7 days.