Alivia Hancock
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Location: Raleigh, NC, USA
School: Appalachian State
Field of Study: Global Studies & Linguistics

Alivia Hancock

Education
BACHELOR OF ARTS | MAY 2018 | APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Major: Global Studies (Global Inequalities and Inclusion)
Minor: East Asian Studies
GPA: 3.9

BACHELOR OF ARTS | MAY 2018 | APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Major: East Asian Linguistics and Culture (Japanese)
GPA: 3.9

Also attended:
CHONNAM NATIONAL UNIVERSITY (SOUTH KOREA) | SUMMER 2016 |
OKAYAMA STATE UNIVERSITY (OKAYAMA, JAPAN) | 2016-2017 |

Experience
ASSISTANT LANGUAGE TEACHER | JAPAN EXCHANGE AND TEACHING PROGRAMME | 2018-2020
facilitated international cross-cultural understanding at a grassroots level
digitized and optimized quarterly schedule for 3+ people
assisted 9 supervising teachers as well as lead solo projects
provided and arranged transportation for conferences and business trips
reported to the chair of the Ichinohe Board of Education

VICE PRESIDENT | INTERNATIONAL APPALACHIAN | 2017-2018
led weekly executive meetings and general member meetings of 75+ people
organized and operated 4 committees
met the covenants and restrictions of a Public University of use of funds
led 2 fund raising projects to support international educational opportunities
filled in for committee heads when required to meet organizational commitments

GENERAL MEMBER | INTERNATIONAL APPALACHIAN | 2014-2018
worked in multiple committee positions with increasing levels of responsibility
developed marketing handouts & advertising materials  
spoke to various campus groups about the importance of international diversity
Assisted Appalachian students with study abroad applications including proper handling of confidential personal information and government documents

JAPANESE TEACHING ASSISTANT | APPALACHIAN UNIVERSITY | 2017-2018
taught Japanese grammar to language students
led class discussions on culture competence and education
met frequently with students who struggled with language acquisition

ENGLISH TEACHING ASSISTANT | EARTH8 (JAPAN) | 2016-2017
weekly immersion-based cultural and linguistic learning for pre-k
responsible for 10+ children during field trips and outings
leading class exercises for both parents and students

ENGLISH CONVERSATION BAR | ROOFTOP(JAPAN) | 2016-2017
duties include opening and closing bar, payments, inventory, customer service, cleaning
held sustainable English conversations with patrons of varying English skill
planned multiple materials for classes and themed social events

STUDENT LIASON | ASU OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT | 2015-2016
assisted in the fall 2016 international orientation of 100+ students
Communicated weekly staff meeting minutes to related student organizations
recorded department meeting minutes

STUDENT WORKER | ASU LIBRARY STACKS | 2015-2016

ASSISTANT CHILDREN’S LIBRARIAN | BARRETT MEMORIAL LIBRARY | 2009-2014

Other:
Certificate in teaching English as a foreign language
Proficient in MS Office 


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