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----------------------- RÉSUMÉ -----------------------

Undergraduate Student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa working towards a Bachelor of Arts in Communications with a strong focus in Public Relations and intercultural studies. Upon graduation, endeavoring to gain professional work experience through a dynamic enterprise where French language research experience and classroom knowledge can be utilized and reinforced. Extremely passionate about communications, public relations, intercultural studies and always mindful of future career

potential. A sponge in regards to work ethic, with an earnest and eager approach to learn quickly and be

a viable asset to whomever working with.

-----------------EDUCATION AND LANGUAGE EXPERIENCE --------------

Sorbonne Paris IV, Paris, France: Certificate of French Languages and Civilizations (Received December, 2010)

University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI: Bachelor of Arts in Communications (Expected graduation date: May 2012) Current GPA = 3.5

Valley High School, West Des Moines, IA (Received High School Diploma May, 2008) GPA= 3.7

--------------------Research Experience------------------

University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI Undergraduate Research Opportunity of Honors Program Award Grantee and Subsequent Primary Investigator

Description of Research Responsibilities:

Received grant to conduct research and fulfill unique and creative proposal created with a colleague

Specific research will take place July 2011 in Paris, France and throughout Fall, 2011 in Honolulu

Research will consist of interviews and subsequently be compiled into a documentary, research report and poster for cross-cultural comparative study which we are currently calling “What Di "erence Does Di "erence Make?”

June 2011, Present

----------------Research/ Intern Experience----------------

University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI Research Intern, Kukui Cup Project

May 2011- October 2011/ Present

Description of Job Responsibilities:

Responsible for conceptualizing events and event planning, formulating budgets

Contacting local businesses

Community outreach

-------------------- WORK EXPERIENCE -------------------

University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI Undergraduate Professor/ Teaching Assistant

Description of Job Responsibilities:

January, 2011-May 2011

Responsible for conducting an Ethnic Studies 100 course in congruence with an undergraduate colleague under the supervision of a tenured professor at the University of Hawaii

Created course syllabus at beginning of Spring 2011 semester which adhered to University of Hawaii standards but also consisted of specific text books, novellas, films and documentaries I feel will be most relevant in interesting to students to aide learning process

Formulating lesson plans for each class which follow the syllabus and course text book but also connect to current events.

Leading stimulating class discussions on required reading material and related topics

Recently formulated a mid- term examination designed to fairly asses students progress

Grading assignments, papers and essays

Taking attendance, recording grades and acting as an over-all guide to my students.

-------------------- WORK EXPERIENCE ----------------------

JetSetter Productions HNL , Honolulu, HI Public Relations Assistant

March, 2011-Present

Neophyte to this endeavor, I am assisting the Public Relations sta " with all JetSetter events, specifically spreading public awareness of concerts and charity benefits

Said promoting is conducted quickly and e #ciently via online social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter

------------------- OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE------------------

Hula Grill Waikiki, Honolulu, HI (Greeter) January, 2011-May 2011

Kokua Program, Honolulu, HI (Student Note- taker), 2009-2010

Saint’s Pub & Patio, West Des Moines, IA (Server), June 2010-August 2010

-------------------Professional References----------------

1. Noel Kent, Author and Tenured Professor at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, was Resident Adviser

in Paris fall 2010 and is professor who oversees my Teaching Assistant position. (Honolulu, HI), 808-331-4522/

2. Philip Johnson, Current internship boss :

3. Devon DeAngelo, Collegue involved with research project, JetSetter productions and Ethnic Studies class /