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Kimberly A. Smart ______________________________________________________________________ Education Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT May 2001 Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in Sociology Experience New Haven Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program (with DCFS) February 2001 – December 2004, Trainer/Advocate New Haven, Connecticut • Established and maintained a close working relationship with the Outreach Recruiter. • Utilized the curriculum and the other teaching materials provided and approved by the Program Director including: * Peer Education / Peer Mediation (February 2002 – December 2004). * Junior Achievement/World of Work (February 2003 – December 2004). * Family Life and Sex Education (March 2003 – December 2004). * Self Expression through the Arts (February 2002 – December 2004). • Administered and maintained accurate and current documents necessary for program evaluation. • Recruited new participants. • Provided follow-up services for program participants. • Acted as advocate for the program participants when necessary. • Developed and maintained close contact with program participants’ parents, teachers, and school officials. • Provided written weekly and monthly reports to program director. • Chaperoned various educational field trips. • Maintained and established close relationships with participants’ guardian(s) and/or parent(s). • Organized the first Career Day of the program at the East Rock site. (May 2002). • Organized the first Open Night of the Program at the East Rock site. (May 2003). Summerbridge New Haven at Hopkins School October 2001 – October 2002, Alumni Coordinator New Haven, Connecticut • Organized and ran (8) school-year sessions for the alumni initiative, familiarize myself with the speakers, contact the alumni to attend the event and assist in the set up and breakdown of each activity. • Maintained an accurate database for all the past Summerbridge students and teachers. • Assisted in other Summerbridge projects such as sessions on school of choice, private school admission, general mailings and phone contacts. Summerbridge New Haven at Hopkins School April 2001 – October 2001 Dean of Students and Alumni Affairs New Haven, Connecticut • Managed and supported summer office staff. • Assisted teachers with special events planning. • Monitor and handle day to day transportation issues. • Communicate with and address the needs of program alumni. • Coordinated reunion activity to be held in August 2001. • Input alumni data into network system. • Organize monthly college preparatory activities for alumni. Summerbridge New Haven at Hopkins School June 1998 – August 2001 Member of the Executive Committee New Haven, Connecticut • Lead, arranged and facilitated parent conferences for each student and maintained awareness of academic problems of specific students. • Organized All School Meetings and faculty Meetings. • Handled altered schedules, oversaw events committees and spearheaded interdisciplinary work. • Worked closely with the Director(s) to discuss the logistics of the day. Summerbridge New Haven at Hopkins School October 1996 – August 1998 Year Round Teacher New Haven, Connecticut • Worked part-time in the school after school program on a semester by semester basis. • Mentored Summerbridge students. • Volunteered services to various communities service projects. June 1997 - August 2001 Summerbridge Summer Teacher New Haven, Connecticut • Taught 2 academic courses and 1 elective. • Designed, implemented and evaluated the curriculum for these courses. * Summer 1997-1998 – Fashion and Body Images (elective) *Summer 1997 - Math (Basic), Science (Human Biology) *Summer 1998 - Science (Human Biology) English (Literature) *Summer 1999 - English (Literature) History (African American History through its Literature) *Summer 2000 - 2001 English (Harlem Renaissance), History (African American History through its Literature) •Worked with a diverse group of students, teachers and administration. •Worked closely with students' parents in order to better serve their child’s’ needs. • Evaluated students' work and performance in the program.
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