Phung Tran - resume
Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
Bachelor of Science, Expected Graduation: May 2020
Major: Exercise Science
Minor: English Activity
Moving University Students Closer to Leadership in Exercise Science
• Leadership position: Treasurer
• Overseeing the organization’s budget and organizing general activities for club members.
• Coordinate professional panels in the field of Exercise Science.
Tran, P. and Ellis, R. 2019. Self-Determination of Employees for Exercise. Presented at the annual Southeast American College of Sports and Medicine (SEACSM) Conference.
Tran, P. and Ellis, R. 2019. Self-Determination of Employees for Exercise. Presented at the annual Georgia State University Undergraduate Conference (GSURC).
All About Kids Physical Therapy Inc. Volunteer
Lawrenceville, GA, July 2018 – present
• Helping with housekeeping tasks around the facility.
• Participating in Sharing the Weight program to make weighted blanket for disabled children.
Life Care Center Lawrenceville Volunteer
Lawrenceville, GA, May 2019 – August 2019
• Improving the mood of the elderly in the facility.
• Helping the physical therapists to supervise their patients.
BenchMark Physical Therapy Volunteer
Peachtree Corners, GA, May 2019 – August 2019
• Greeted patients and led them to perform warm-up routines.
• Housekeeping tasks around the facility
Georgia State University Department of Physical Therapy Research Assistant
Atlanta, GA, July 2017 – November 2017
• Assisted the primary investigator in the Stroke Tele-rehabilitation services to rural veterans.
• Delivered experimenting equipment to rural veteran participants.
Georgia Physical Therapy PT Technician
Alpharetta, GA, April 2018 – May 2018
• Worked under physical therapists in supervising patients through their regimen.
• Completed housekeeping tasks to upkeep the facility.
OMEGA Home Care Services Provider
June 2017 – present
• Attending to one client at their home to ensure the living safest environment.
• Improving client’s quality of life by monitoring them closely.
LATN Language Solutions Certified Interpreter
November 2017 – present
• Providing continuous English and Vietnamese interpreting services.
• Settings including but not limited to schools, hospitals, doctor offices, etc.
T.E.E.M.S. AmeriCorps Member
October 2018 – June 2019
• Stationed at a local Boys and Girls Club location.
• Tutored the students with their homework.
• Took charge in creating a STEM focus group with a concentration in building discipline and curiosity in everyday life.
Georgia State University Department of Chemistry Teacher Assistant
August 2016 – May 2017
• Helped students conducting experiments in basic chemistry labs.
• Graded weekly lab reports and reported to the lab instructor.
Viet Hong Vietnamese School Teacher
September 2013 – present
• Teaching the Vietnamese language and culture to children aged 8 to 18.
• Mentoring a young group of Vietnamese Americans.
Live Healthy Gwinnett Intern
June 2019 – July 2019
• Running the new Be Active Truck Program.
• Organizing physical activity tasks for children from diverse settings, including but not limited to parks, apartment complexes, faith-based communities, libraries, afterschool programs, etc.
Desire2Move (D2M) Student Liaison
November 2018 – April 2019
• Assisted team captains with communicating program information to team members.
• Assisted the program coordinator with the collection and organization of physical activity minutes to determine the winning team.
Honors and Awards
Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Finalist
• The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program is a program of the U.S. Department of State with funding provided by the U.S. Government and supported in its implementation by the Institute of International Education (IIE).
• The Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution (AANAPISI) Scholarship Program is a collaboration with AANAPISIs and the communities they serve to provide scholarships, expand institutional capacity and mobilize local resources to help foster economic development.
1913 Founder and Sandy and G. Rankin Cooter Kinesiology and Health
2017 & 2018
• Established in 2017 by Professor Emeritus of Sports Administration Rankin Cooter to provide financial support for kinesiology and health students in the GSU Honors College.
Zell Miller Scholarship
2016 – 2020
• Available to Georgia residents who have demonstrated academic achievements.
Second language proficiency
Native language proficiency
• Proficient in MS Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
• Basic computer languages: Java, HTML
exercise science, health promotion, fitness, exercise physiologist