Adrian Hernandez-Morales
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Location: San Diego, CA, USA
School: University of California, Berkeley
Major: Spanish Literature and Language

Adrian Hernandez-Morales

Adrian Hernandez-Morales
1246 3rd Avenue 3
Chula Vista, California, 91911 ------------ +1 ------------

To become a teacher in the San Diego County and to serve young students by providing them with the knowledge and life tools that they will need in order to advance themselves and their families into a better life.

Otay Ranch High School
High School Diploma
GPA: 4.5
University of California, Berkeley
Bachelors of Arts in Spanish Literature and Language, with a Minor in Rhetoric
GPA: 3.515
Chula Vista, California Graduated June 2014
Berkeley, California Graduated August 2018

Food Handling Permit August 2017 30 day Substitute Teaching Permit June 2019

University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, California Library Staff January 2015 - July 2017
Cataloged, classified and arranged books manually and electronically into a wide system Database called OCLC.
Learned how to operate Software Database systems and perform data entry. Encountered records of many languages, and performed translations from Spanish to English, when needed.
International House
Food Server
Berkeley, California August 2017 - May 2018
Cleaned work place, stocked food items and served customers in whatever they needed.
Focused in creating a healthy environment for customers to enjoy, and to always provide excellent customer service.
Assisted and served approximately 700 people per work shift.

JMS Interiors Inc.
Carpenter Apprentice
Santee, California November 2018 - Present
Installation of commercial doors, frames and windows in a variety of Construction jobs, especially for business and government projects. Demonstrated manual dexterity, attentiveness to detail, and ability to make decisions independently.

Bilingual Writer, Co-Editor and Vice-Chair for Berkeley Model United Nations Org.(Sept. 2014 - May 2017)
Wrote and edited various documents of research and presented them for debate to high school students at yearly conference.
Taught students about relevant political issues, promoted their participation in discussion, and graded their performance on the basis of effort.
Co-Teacher of a Class named "Re-thinking the War on Drugs" (Jan. 2017- May 2018)
Researched, organized and taught semester-long courses about the modern War on Drugs to fellow Undergraduate students from the University.
Created semester curricula and prepared lesson plans prior to every class. Position required strong educational skills, excellent oral and written abilities, as well as extensive knowledge about global affairs.
Outreach Coordinator for Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) (Sept 2016 - May 2018)

English Spanish Portuguese
Fluent Native Proficient

Jonathan Au
Floor Supervisor
Elizabeth Stucki
Metadata Services Supervisor
Brenen Alvarez
Project Estimator

Education, Spanish, Teacher, Bilingual