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EDUCATION        DUKE UNIVERSITY: Durham, North Carolina, B.S. Candidate May 2011
                 Major: Biology Minor: Spanish
                 Relevant Coursework: Organic Chemistry I &II, Ecology & Evolution, Biological Anatomy& Anthropology, Bodies
                 of Evidence, Organismal Diversity, Andean Oral Tradition, Advanced Spanish Writing, Marine Mega fauna, Human,
                 Biology, Primate Skeleton, Infectious Disease, Genetics & Molecular Biology

WORK       Veterinarian Assistant, Duke Lemur Center, Durham, NC (September 2008-present)
EXPERIENCE • Assisting in the veterinarian department; observing routine exams, surgeries, and procedures; recording and cataloging
           information into a database for the veterinarians and technicians; assisting in research and gathering data for a project:
           The effect of Deslorelin injections on male Coquerel’s Sifaka’s aggression and testosterone levels
           Veterinarian Assistant, Carrboro Animal Hospital, Carrboro, NC (Summer 2009)
            • Summer internship- assisting the local veterinarians and veterinarian technicians; helping with consultations,
           procedures, treatment, and surgeries of small animals; assisted with maintaining husbandry of boarding animals

CAMPUS/   Duke University, Durham, NC
COMMUNITY • Duke Cheerleading (September 2007-present)  Captain (September 2009- present)
          Cheer for Division I Basketball & Football; participate in community and promotional events for athletic teams

                 • Prism Selective Living Group (February 2007-present)
                 Member of a multicultural living community who’s mission is to celebrate, embrace, and incorporate diversity/culture

                 • Duke Alumni Association (January 2009-present)
                 Helping to organize and run Duke Reunions and Homecoming; lead tours, create and package envelopes, assist during
                 registration, and assist designated classes throughout the weekend

                 Cambridge-South Dorchester High School, Cambridge, MD
                 • Spanish Honor Society, Spanish Club President, and Spanish Tutor
                 Maintained a 4.0 GPA within Spanish courses; President of the Spanish Club which promoted diversity and educated
                 others about Spanish culture; community services such as tutoring and providing donated supplies to Hispanic families

                 • National Honor Society
                 Publicity Chairperson of the National Honor Society; group of students distinguished for academic excellence

                 • Varsity Cheerleading
                 Captain of JV and Varsity squads; created cheers and choreographed dances/competition routines

                 • Interact Club
                 Secretary of Interact club which reaches out to the community; tutored middle and elementary school children; held
                 drives for donations to provide struggling families with necessities; also extended outreach globally (i.e. Katrina relief)

                 • Journalism Committee: “Panorama”
                 Wrote articles and took photographs for the school newspaper “Panorama”; served as Editor during senior year

                 • Local Humane Society Volunteer
                 Volunteered 6+ hours per week at humane society; walking, washing, and helping with housing and facility
                 maintenance
HONORS/     • Maryland Distinguished Scholar (Honorable Mention)
AWARDS      • Maryland Service Star Award
            • 2006 Ben Carson scholar
            • Varsity Cheerleading MVP & Coaches Choice Award
            • National Cheer Association All-American
            • Who’s Who Among American High School Students
            • People to People Student Ambassador
            • Coca-Cola Scholar Semi-Finalist
            • Tri State Cotillion Debutante
            • United States Achievement Academy National Cheerleader Achievement Award Winner
            • Minority Achievement Scholar Nominee

SKILLS/     • Languages: Spanish
INTERESTS   • Computer: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), the Internet, MedArks & Arks medical database systems
            • Interests: Science (Biology, Evolution, Anatomy, Research), Animals, Dance, Cheerleading, Poetry, Creative Writing

								
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