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Currently, I am employed as a 6th grade Humanities teacher for Baltimore City Public Schools. After teaching for several years, I have been searching for an opportunity that would offer a suitable intersection for my experience in the classroom and my skills of organization, management, and working with the public. As shown on my resume I have procured several internships such as The Walters Art Museum, The Maryland Historical Society, and The Jewish Museum of Maryland. These internships aided in building strong analytical, interpersonal, and office programming skills.
Prior to teaching I was an archivist in the Reference Department of the Maryland State Archives. There I gained experience in a professional setting, while developing administrative skills. My main duties at the Archives included fulfilling requests from patrons, scholars, and supervisors. Those requests required me to prepare certified documents, help patrons locate materials to aid in their research, and process mail research letters. In addition, I created instructional PowerPoint presentations, performed secretarial duties in the lobby, and was part of a teaching certificate program in emergency records management.
My organization skills, research skills, and an attention for detail are all a part of my daily work ethic. My strengths include the ability to work without supervision, proficient communication and interpersonal skills, and learning new tasks. All of these attributes would allow me to excel when helping attorneys by facilitating in a variety of tasks, including relationship building, leadership skills, a creative outlook, and problem solving.