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Location: Greenwich, CT, USA
School: CU Boulder
Major: Psychology


Honor E. Brogden

A hardworking student-athlete that loves children. I am very friendly and have strong communication skills.



2014 - PRESENT
Responsible for the safety and care for children
Schedule and plan activities
Cook and prepare meals
Taking care of children
Babysitting all ages


Teaching study skills
Teaching new material

Soccer Referee

2016- 2019
Understand the game
Work well with children
Ability to Work Under Pressure
Quick Decision Making

Lifeguard - Round Hill Club

CPR and First Aid Certified
Watching the pool
Work well with children/ teaching swimming
Ability to Work Under Pressure
Quick Decision Making

CPR and First Aid Certified
Ability to Work Under Pressure
Decision Making
Time Management
Conflict Resolution
Cash-handling experience
Friendly and enthusiastic

Head of Dorm Award-
Awarded to someone that shows leadership throughout the school by being a good role model and being there for other students.
Coaches Award-
Awarded to someone that is a team leader and shows dedication the team
Academic Honor Roll-
2015,2016,2017,2018, 2019


Greenwich High School, ​Greenwich, CT

Killington Mountain School, ​Killington, VT
GPA: 3.9
DECEMBER 2016 - June 2019

University of CU Boulder, ​Boulder, CO
August 2019 - PRESENT


Killington Women’s World Cup ​— ​Volunteer
For the past two years, Killington Mountain Ski Area was given the opportunity to hold the FIS Women’s World Cup. One event, a parade of 1,000 alpine athletes from the East Coast would walk in this parade in front of tens of thousands of people and appear on live television. I worked to ensure all 1,000 athletes where they needed to be and kept them organized. At the end of the two-day event that hosted 36,000 people I assisted in cleaning the venue and packing up the tents.

Green-Up Day —​ ​Volunteer
I volunteered to pick up litter and other objects that were thrown on the side of the Killington access road.

Puerto Rico/Mexico Bake Sale​— ​Head of Project
I started a Bake Sale to raise money and to support the natural disasters that happened in the fall of 2017 in Mexico and Puerto Rico. I gathered other students from my school to help me bake and sell at the Killington Ski Swap for three days.

MillionDollarBikeRide​— Cyclist
A coach at my school, Jack Bailey, has a son named Shane who was diagnosed with a rare disease called Rasopathies. Every year Jack goes to this bike ride to show awareness and raise money to help find a cure. I decided to go alongside him to raise awareness about this disease.

Elementary School After School Activities​— Volunteer
I volunteered to help in the after school activities program and helped
organize the children during the after school dance program.
Riverside Elementary BOO BASH —​ ​Volunteer
Volunteering at the elementary school for their Halloween party, I helped organize different games and help serve food to the kids and assisted them to do different art & crafts while they were there.
anti-bullying program 2017-2019

Learning Spanish

Computer Skills
Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel Microsoft Powerpoint Google Documents Google Excel
Google Powerpoint Apple Computers

Co-Curricular Activities
● Member of Killington Mountain School Student Council: 2017-2019
● Head of BEAR

Interests and Activities
● Member of CU Club Skiing
● Member of Kappa Alpha Theta Beta Iota Chapter at CU Boulder

CPR/First Aid Certified, Babysitting 2014-Present