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Nicole M.

Clark
nicole.clark2011@yahoo.com
Objective To obtain a teaching position in a Pre K-4 classroom

Education
Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum (Pennsylvania Pre K-4 Certification)
Masters Candidate [December 2014]
Current clearances for FBI, Child Abuse, and PA Criminal
Hampton University, Hampton, VA 23668
May 8, 2011, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
Thesis: Shifting Political Winds: An Examination of the Prioritization of Public
Housing by Democrats and Republicans in Congress.
Activities: Sailing Team, Student Athlete Advisory Committee- Secretary,
Student Christian Association, Political Science Club
Meade Senior High School, Fort Meade, Maryland, 20755
Class of 2007, Dual Completer - Academic and Career
Activities - Varsity Lacrosse Manager, JV and Varsity Softball, JV Soccer,
Varsity Swimming
Center of Applied Technology North, Severn, MD, 21144
Licensure of Cosmetology

Community Activities
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, Peninsula Region- 2011
The Youth Career Caf 2010- 2011
Thomas Claggett Elementary School Volunteer- 2007- 2009
Jessup/Provinces Youth Organization Softball- 2005-2006
Lazarus Foundation 2006- 2007
Maryland City Elementary School Volunteer Tutor - 2006

Awards
Hampton University 2007- 2011
Pi Sigma Alpha-2010
Hampton University Athletic Academic Achievement Award- 2008, 2009, 2010
Most Valuable Player- Sailing Team- 2009
Outstanding Freshmen Award- Sailing Team- 2008
Center of Applied Technology North 2004-2007
National Technical Honor Society- 2007

Published Work
Looking Up at the Sky with NOAA, Grades 3-6

Teaching Experience
September 2014-Present
Student Teacher/ First Grade: Davidsonville Elementary School, Davidsonville, MD
21035
Drexel University Supervisor- Mary Gill, Principal- Jean Marie Hofstetter,
Cooperating Teacher- Nancy Woelfel
Planned and developed daily lesson plans for 25 students based on core
curriculum content standards
Interacted with mainstream special education students and planned and developed
modifications to lessons based on IEPs.

Managed the classroom by establishing appropriate classroom climate by


establishing respect and rapport with the students.
Cultivated a successful working relationship with the cooperating teacher
Actively participated in student evaluations, school staff meetings, grade and
departmental meetings.

June 2014- August 2014


Head Counselor: Beth Tfiloh Camps, Reisterstown, MD 21136
Supervisor: David Schimmel- Director, Sara Levine- Assistant Director
Duties:
Assure the safety and fun of 15 campers throughout the day

February 2014- June 2014


Anne Arundel County Public Schools Substitute
Duties
Provided instruction, managed the classroom environment, and promoted student
learning in the absence of the regular classroom teacher.
May 2014- June 2014: Permanent Substitute, Physical Education- Meade Senior
High School, Fort Meade, Maryland, 20755
Supervisor: Joyce Willis

July 2013-February 2014


Preschool Teacher: Childrens Creative Learning Center (WOW), Silver Spring, MD
20903, Supervisor: Robert Littlejohn
Duties:
Observe, Assess, Develop and implement developmentally appropriate lessons.
Effectively communicate with parents.
Collaborate with teachers to discuss/develop individual childrens needs and
progress.
Assure safety and care of students at all times

September 2011-June 2013

Pre K Counts Supervisor/ Assistant Teacher, May 2012-June 2013Discovery Place


Pre-School (Star 4 center), Philadelphia, PA 19148, Supervisor: Tonya Rose-DavisExecutive Director, Alisha Rylander- Operations Coordinator
Duties:
Ensure accuracy and up to date paperwork, maintained 100% enrollment, plan field trips,
liaison between Philadelphia School District and Center.
Planned and executed workshops and events for families, planned and researched
professional development trainings for staff, reviewed resumes and interviewed for
teacher positions.
Effectively communicate with parents, teachers, children and staff, give tours of the
facility.
Research, write, and monitor grants, implemented changes under CACFP Wellness Mini
grant to expand nutrition and physical activity (chosen as 1 out 15 centers to be
videotaped for Department of Education wellness video)
Ordered and purchased supplies for center with company issued card.
Developed handbooks and attendance policy for Pre K Counts.
Wrote developmentally appropriate lesson plans, assessed students development and
held parent conferences for 13 students in a multicultural classroom.
Executive Administrative Assistant, September 2011-May 2012
Duties:
Answer multi line phones and doors, create flyers, type documents.

Write grants, filing of invoices, schedule appointments, communicate with CCIS,


maintained accurate and up to date childrens files up to date.

Spearheaded 1st Annual Coat Drive for center and other special events.
References furnished upon request