Bailey Dolloff
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Location: Gainesville, Florida, USA
School: University of Mary Washington
Field of Study: Psychology, English

Bailey Dolloff

Bailey Dolloff
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Education
-BA, English
Earned from University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg VA 2018
- BS, Psychology
Earned from University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg VA 2018
Related Coursework: -Psychology of Aging class (2017)
-Psychology of the Infant and Child (2018)
-Abnormal Psychology Seminar class (2018)

Skills and Certifications
-Strengths in creativity and flexible thinking, enthusiasm for working with
people and helping them achieve their goals
-Experience mentoring individuals and leading groups
-German language basic proficiency
-SPSS, Excel, Microsoft word, Photoshop proficiency
-Writing (creative and technical), ability to edit for grammar and content, ability to formulate
words to convey the right message. Experience writing short story, novella, novel, poetry, and personal essay
-CITI certification (Certification for ethical knowledge in psychological research earned 2017)
-Visual Art (lifelong experience with paint, pencil, pastel, ink, collage, digital art, photography, and other mediums

Job and Volunteer Experience
Unity Family Community Center
Afterschool Teacher
September 2018- Present
I worked at a program through the Florida Department of Juvenille Justice which is free
to kids 5-18 who have been labelled “disadvantaged”. All the kids come from
low-income families and many have emotional and/or behavior issues. I had a class of
24 kids and I was responsible for ensuring the kids had a fun, safe, and productive
place to go after school. I kept a positive and well-decorated classroom environment
and I helped kids with their homework, coordinated activities, and taught them daily “Life
Skills” lessons. For these lessons I taught the kids about other cultures, science, and
the amazing world around them, as well as values like respect, kindness, and much
more. I facillitated the kids’ outside time and managed classroom expectations, as well
as disciplinary procedures. I also took leadership roles at parent nights and maintained
relationships with the parents, communicating with them about their children’s progress,
strengths, and areas for improvment.

Brain Injury Services, Fredericksburg
Group Intern
January 2018-May 2018
I conducted morning meetings, attended off-site social events, interacted with and assisted the
clients, and did independent research to improve my ability to help clients. I formulated and
conducted several activities with the group, including Create a Fantasy Story game, Musical
Mandala Painting project, and a collaborative abstract painting project.

Rappahannock Review Literary Magazine
Art Editor, Assistant Nonfiction Editor
January 2018-May 2018
I reviewed and selected art pieces to include in the 5.2 Spring Issue of the Rappahannock
Review and their juxtaposition with selected literary pieces. Additionally, I collaborated with the
Design Team on the aesthetics of the magazine and aided the nonfiction editors in selecting
nonfiction pieces to include in the magazine.

Thurben Brisben Center
Children’s Mentor
September 2015- May 2018
I visitted the homeless shelter weekly to spend evenings playing sports and games with
the children, as well as offering them moral support, advise, and conervsation.

UMW Best Buddies
Mentor
2015-2018
I was paired with a young man with intellectual disabilities. We went to group social events at
University of Mary Washington, where we enjoyed a variety of activities, including drawing
pictures, watching videos, playing sports, dancing, and more. We also did other activities
offcampus with just us, including bowling, trampoline park, museums, pumpkin patch, and more.

Rappahannock Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big
2016-2018
I was paired with an 8–year-old (7 at the beginning) for a weekly after school program at
Harrison Road Elementary School. I gave my little one-on-one attention and guidance through
conversation and games, including sports outside or in the gym, art, hide and seek with other
pairs, and more.

UMW in Nepal Trip
2017-2018
I built bookshelves and played with kids at Sagarmatha Children’s Home, helped clean site of a
destroyed home after the earthquake, and read book to students at Olgapuri Vocational School.

Habitat for Humanity Re-Store
Fredericksburg VA
Store Volunteer
August-November, 2017
I cleaned and tidied the Habitat Re-Store and assisted customers.

Nigerian International Mentorship Program
Reporter
October, 2017
I attended a meeting at the Nigerian Embassy in Washington, D.C. and wrote 3 press release
articles about the emerging program, which are published on the website of the Publicity
Agency, on Google News, and in several Nigerian news sources.

Alternate Spring Break (ASB) Trip with Habitat for Humanity March-April, 2016 I travelled to
Seminole, FL to work on a construction site building a house for a family in need.

UMW Vocelli Pizza Team Member September 2016-May 2017 I answered phones, worked as a
cashier, made pizzas, and stocked and cleaned the store.

Papa John's Pizza
Team Member
December 2015-April 2016
I mainly took orders over the phone, in addition to cleaning the store, stocking new items, and
labeling boxes.

Tutor
2008-2014
I have experience tutoring reading skills for a visually impaired student, English for middle
school students, math for middle school and high school students (algebra and geometry), and
science