Resume
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Location: Greenwich, CT, USA
University: CU Boulder
Major: Psychology

Resume

Honor E. Brogden

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

EXPERIENCE

Babysitting

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

Tutoring

2016- PRESENT
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

2019- PRESENT
CPR and First Aid Certified
Watching the pool
Work well with children/ teaching swimming
Ability to Work Under Pressure
Quick Decision Making


SKILLS
CPR and First Aid Certified
Communication
Ability to Work Under Pressure
Decision Making
Time Management
Self-motivation
Conflict Resolution
Leadership
Adaptability
Teamwork
Creativity
Flexibility
Cash-handling experience
Friendly and enthusiastic

AWARDS
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

EDUCATION

Greenwich High School, ​Greenwich, CT
SEPTEMBER 2015 - NOVEMBER 2016

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

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

PROJECTS

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

LANGUAGES
English
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