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Location: Tacoma, WA, USA
School: Concordia University Irvine
Major: Liberal studies: Elementary Education (Emphasis in Child Development and minor in Psychology)


Madeleine Dodge
------------ ~ 3330 N. Bennet St. ~ Tacoma, WA 98407

Wilson High School - Graduated - Spring 2016
Concordia University Irvine, CA - Expected Graduation - Spring 2020
B.A. Liberal Studies – Elementary Education
Athletic and Academic Scholarships

Private Swim Lessons Irvine, CA August 2018 – Present
• Employed water safety skills
• Assisted swimmers in a friendly manner
• Developed children’s swimming abilities
• Scheduled individual appointments with each of my swimmers
• Communicated effectively with the parents of my swimmers
• Marketed my business of private swimming lessons
• Developed individualized lessons for each swimmer
Metro Parks Tacoma, WA May 2018 – August 2018
Assistant Manager – Kandle Pool
• Oversaw lifeguards assisting patrons
• Supervised other employees
• Worked to exceed the expectations and needs of every customer
• Commended by coworkers on my quickness and efficiency.
• Taught me how to be a leader and deal with difficult situations
• Learned how to adapt to unsatisfied customers
• Kept the pool running smoothly while the manager was away
Metro Aquatics Tacoma, WA May 2016 – Present
Swim Coach
• Coached children ages 9-14
• Interact professionally with other employees and customers
• Worked effectively as a team contributor at every practice
• Assisted in developing each child’s swimming abilities
• Motived swimmers in a positive manner
• Resolved conflicts in a ¬professional and tactful manner
Athletic Accomplishments
• Division II Athlete (2016-present)
• NCAA National Qualifier in three different events.
• Elected by administration and teammates as the women’s representative for the Student Athletic Advisory Committee for Concordia University Irvine.
• Broke numerous school records in high school and college.
• Voted Team Captain (Varsity Women’s Swimming)
• 3x Most Valuable Player Award
• Placed 2nd at state during my senior year of high school
Provided Upon Request