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LAURA M.

LAMPASSI
170 Greenwood Ave, San Rafael, CA 90045
llampassi@yahoo.com (858) 472-7370

OBJECTIVE

My goal is to teach English, with great care for the students and the language, by obtaining a
rewarding position as a High School English Teacher.

EDUCATION & CREDENTIALS

Master of Education Degree - anticipated May 2019


Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA
CA Single Subject Credential - anticipated May 2019
Approved subject matter in English Language
Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA
• CSET PASSED (July 2018)
• CBEST PASSED (February 2017)
Bachelor of English - May 2017
Emphasis in Creative Writing
University of San Diego, San Diego, CA

TEACHING & RELATED EXPERIENCE


Student Teacher - January 2019 – May 2019 (680 Hours)
Westchester High School, (Los Angeles Unified School District), 7400 W. Manchester Ave,
Los Angeles, CA
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§ Taught both 10 Grade English and 10 Grade Honors English at Westchester Enriched
Sciences Magnet School.
§ Assumed full responsibility as the primary teacher by week three of assignment.
§ Led 170 students to pass or excel at Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Krakauer’s Into the Wild, Shelley’s
Frankenstein, and Wright’s Black Boy.
§ Increased vocabulary proficiency through weekly lessons and assessment.
§ Cultivated multi-faceted assignments that engaged students through creative writing, public
speaking, and collaborative learning.
Summer High School English Teaching Assistant (Internship) – June 2016 – July 2016
Rancho Bernardo High School, (Poway Unified School District), San Diego, CA
§ Assisted English teacher in summer sessions for area high school students who were deficient
in the subject during the previous academic school year.
§ Successfully improved reading and language comprehension for 70 students.
§ Led two classes of students in grammar and writing skills lessons.
Private Tutor – September 2014 – January 2015
Cambridge Learning Center, San Diego, CA
§ Led individual and group lessons for students in grades K thru 12.
§ Specialized in teaching English Language Learners.
LAURA LAMPASSI

TEACHING & RELATED EXPERIENCE (CONTINUED)

Preschool Teacher (Internship) – January 2014 (160 Hours)


St. Mary’s Preschool, Oakland, CA.
§ Taught students ages 3 – 5 years old basic reading and counting during January term (Jan-
Term) internship. School specialized in outreach to at-risk, low-income students.
§ Held responsibility to lead daily reading sessions.

ADDITIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

Childcare Provider – June 2014 – January 2019


Private Client Families, San Diego and Los Angeles, CA
§ Served as a full-time childcare provider for 3 consecutive families.
§ Worked with children from infancy to 5 years old including children with special needs.
§ Positively influenced young minds in early English Language and Reading development.
Pad Squad Team Member – November 2016 – September 2017
San Diego Padres, Petco Park, San Diego, CA
§ Game day, in-stadium, goodwill ambassador including interactive engagement with baseball
fans and on-field fan appreciation.
§ Participated in several non-game community outreach events including schools and other civic
engagements.

VOLUNTEERISM

§ Active leader and participant in several charitable endeavors such as, Alpha Phi’s Women’s
Heart Health fundraiser, Petco Foundation animal adoption events, and assisting at USO facility
in San Diego.

AWARDS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

§ Member of Executive Board and Elected Director of Administration for the Eta Rho Chapter of
Alpha Phi sorority at USD
§ Red Cross adult and pediatric CPR/AED Certified

REFERENCES

§ Ms. Anne Pomeroy, Clinical Supervisor, School of Education, Loyola Marymount University, Los
Angeles, CA (310)874-3430 pombake@aol.com
§ Mr. William Mernin, English Teacher, Westchester High School, Los Angeles, CA (310)486-0990
wtm3427@lausd.net
§ Mr. Scott Fisher, Former Principal, Poway High School, Poway, CA (858)395-8101
scottefisher33@cox.net
§ Mrs. Teresa Fisher, Former Teacher, Poway Unified School District, Poway, CA (858)395-4268
tfisher55@cox.net
§ Professor Brad Melekian, Creative Writing Professor, English Department, University of San
Diego, San Diego, CA melekian@gmail.com