--Washington University in St. Louis, August 2011 – 2014
GPA 3.7, Major: International Studies. Minor: Communications
On Dean’s list/in Honors Program at Washington University in St. Louis and top grade holder in relevant subjects: Editing/Grammar, Advanced English Composition, Foreign Language (Spanish), International Communications.

--Webster University, 2004 : GPA: 3.2, Major in International studies.
---CELTA certificate through Cambridge University, earned through International House Guadalajara, MX. 2012
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--GC EdTech / TEFL-TESOL / BA Engl
I have five years cumulative TESOL experience, involving classroom instruction & administrative responsibilities. I will complete my Masters in Educational Technology from MSU December 2015. I am friendly and quick to adapt to new environments and technologies
-Faculty Manager/ESL Instructor, Aug. 2009 – Aug. 2012
Chungdahm Institute, South Korea
 Classroom Instructor - deliver high-quality lessons; iBT TOEFL exam prep, test administration & scoring
 Faculty Manager - schedule creation/management; recruitment; complaint management; disciplinary action; professional development; liaise between Korean Staff & Foreign Faculty; 24-30 teaching hours/week
Education TESOL/TESL/TEFL Certification (100 Hours)

Oxford Seminars Washington, D.C., USA
July 2016
Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology Minneapolis, USA
Major: Psychology
Capella University
June 2009-June 2014
Master’s in Social Work
Major: Social Work
Work English Teacher
History Sogang Language Program Busan, South Korea

August 2018-Current
 Create monthly lesson plans tailored to students from varying ages and language abilities
 Conducting language assessments through tests, presentations, and showcases
 Lead several classes from students ages 5-13
 Develop, plan, and lead a variety of extracurricular activities
English Teacher
Rise Global Education Seoul, South Korea
July 2016-August 2018
 Develop Monthly learning objectives and designed curriculums for students of a variety of ages
from 5-15
 Create biweekly evaluations of student learning
 Research, develop, and grade tests to assess academic abilities
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