Abigail Sullivan Resume
BARD COLLEGE, Annandale on Hudson, NY
Psychology Major, May 2019
SALADO HIGH SCHOOL, Salado, TX
High School Diploma, May 2015
OUTREACH AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE
GREENWICH COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL, Greenwich, CT
Nursery Co-Teacher, August 2019 - current
• Taught a group of 20 3-4 year old students focusing on their social-emotional and cognitive development through projects and play.
• Taught and developed lesson plans for two after-school programs per trimester. These programs included yoga and healthy cooking.
BARD COLLEGE CITIZEN SCIENCE, Annandale on Hudson, NY
Outreach Mentor, January 2018
• Assisted in setting up, teaching, and conducting experiments with other mentors.
• Taught groups of 10-15 first years at Bard science experiments that they would then teach to elementary and middle
school students from the surrounding area.
Citizen Science Teaching Fellow, January 2017 - January 2017
• Trained to become a fellow by preparing lesson plans and practicing how to execute the labs. • Taught groups of 10-15 students by reviewing instructions and performing a tutorial.
BARD COLLEGE PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH LAB, Annandale on Hudson, NY
Child Development Research Lab, September 2018 - May 2019 and Cognitive Research Lab, February 2018 - May 2018
• Tested participants and input their data.
• Troubleshooted testing procedures collaboratively with other lab members.
LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
Volunteer at the Williamson County Children’s Advocacy Center, June 2018 - August 2018
• Ensured that families coming into the center felt comfortable.
• Encouraged children to include information disclosed to the appropriate counselor or interviewer.
Psychology Search Committee, August 2017 - December 2017
• Led tours for visiting applicants and answered questions about Bard and the psychology program. • Attended applicants’ in-class demonstrations and lectures.
• Sent in a detailed report for candidates considered best suited for the position.
BRAVE Counselor, October 2016 - December 2017
• Underwent extensive training before joining the program in order to become a crisis management counselor.
• Available to be on-call for student run crisis hotline at least twice a month.
• Hosted or co-sponsored a variety of events such as Take Back the Night and panels on mental health in com-
munities of color.
• Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and SPSS • Organized and task-oriented