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Versatile Program Coordinator skilled in program development and execution with both children and adolescents. Knowledgeable in hiring practices, employment policies and child welfare law. Strong budgetary skills, with a proven record for grant and fulfillment.
Hiring and Staff Development
Child Welfare Law
Program Coordinator, August 2012 – June 2015 Pathways After School Program – New Parkland, CA
Developed and executed program to support at-risk children to meet social and academic needs
Communicated with school officials and other key stakeholders regarding program needs and progress
Maintained reports on funding sources, student progress and staff performance
Hired, trained and supervised staff
Wrote and submitted grants, coordinated fundraising events and reached out to private donors
Classroom Assistant, June 2009 – August 2012 Sunnyside Early Education Center – New Parkland, CA
Assisted lead teacher with classroom activities, including lesson preparation and behavior management of 15 children
Provided input on the completion of children’s Individual Education Plans
Helped struggling children on a one-on-one basis, communicated with parents, performed other duties as assigned
2009 Bachelor of Arts – Early Childhood Education New Parkland University – New Parkland, CA