Rock climbing wall are usually located in urban areas and indoors, so do not spend a lot of time to the field of travel and the natural rock field, you can enjoy the fun of climbing. Rock climbing wall, use of modern, urban people, often consider it convenient to exercise, time, climate and other factors, rock climbing and it solves the problem of the modern movement of urban people: provide a national sports and leisure place for great convenience . Rock climbing can be an art, an attitude to life, while moving through the body wall, the contact process, deeply moved by the original return to nature.
Leslie Berntsen 604 Field St. 817-773-1535 Colleyville, TX, 76034 firstname.lastname@example.org EDUCATION New York University, New York, NY May 2012 Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Minors in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Studies and Anthropology Psychology GPA: 3.90/4.00 Cumulative GPA: 3.43/4.00 GRE Verbal: 720/800 (98%); GRE Quantitative: 800/800 (94%) AWARDS AND HONORS Dean’s List, NYU College of Arts and Science 2010 National AP Scholar 2008 Scholar Finalist, National Hispanic Recognition Program 2008 National Merit Commended Scholar 2008 Degree of Outstanding Distinction, National Forensic League 2008 Delegate, Colleyville Area Chamber of Commerce Youth 2005-2006 Leadership Conference Delegate, Texas Young Leaders State Convention 2004 RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Social Evaluation and Perception Lab September 2010-present NYU Department of Psychology, New York, NY Lab Director: Dr. Jay Van Bavel Research Assistant • Run participants in an experimental study assessing the effect of trust perception on attentional processing and executive control • Perform data analysis and review relevant literature • Collect data in the field and provide feedback for related lab projects WORK EXPERIENCE NYU Palladium Athletic Facility, New York, NY September 2008-present Rock Climbing Wall Instructor • Belay, spot, and supervise patrons while offering instruction in correct top-rope climbing and bouldering technique • Create new climbing routes and perform regular wall maintenance Outreach Health Services, Colleyville, TX June-August 2009/2010 Home Healthcare Attendant • Assisted two children, ranging in ages 5-8, with all activities of daily living, including personal care tasks, protective supervision, as well as academic, musical, and athletic enrichment • Became acquainted with symptoms and treatment modalities associated with various developmental challenges CO-CURRICULAR AND VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE NYU Alternative Breaks/Office of Residential Life, New York, NY September 2010-present Site Leader (Dominican Republic) • Plan and facilitate a service-learning trip for 10-12 students to the Dominican Republic to teach English at a local orphanage during spring break (March 2011) • Organize fundraisers and relevant educational opportunities for participants prior to the trip • Serve as a liaison between NYU and Orphanage Outreach to confirm logistical details Hispanic Scholarship Fund, NYU Chapter, New York, NY September 2010-present Events/Programming Coordinator • Plan, coordinate, and publicize social events and community building activities for current and prospective chapter members • Participate in campus-wide events such as open houses and town halls that promote the enrollment and retention of Latinos in degree-granting programs NYU Middle C, New York, NY September 2009-present Vice-President/Musical Director; Secretary/Musical Director • Acquire or arrange pieces for community service concerts around New York City and serve as the conductor during rehearsals and performances • Design publicity materials for new member recruitment and community outreach • Maintain the club listserv and respond to all inquiries NYU College of Arts and Science, New York, NY September 2009-present Peer to Peer Mentor • Provide guidance and resources to incoming freshmen concerning academics, student life, and the transition to college • Organize monthly outings in order to develop a relationship with first-year students • Contribute advice columns to the Peer to Peer Mentor blog NYU Student Resource Center, New York, NY September 2009/2010 Welcome Week Leader • Facilitated a week of informational programming for 5,000 new freshmen and transfer students and performed crowd control duties for large events • Answered questions about New York University posed by parents and students NYU Center for Multicultural Education and Programs, New York, NY September 2009-May 2010 Participant, Undergraduate Cultural Training Program • Took part in weekly seminars in order to further develop knowledge of diversity and social justice issues • Assisted with the planning and presentation of Center- sponsored events The Patch Adams, M.D. Gesundheit! Institute, Hillsboro, WV March 2010 Field Hand/Volunteer • Assisted with the construction of the country’s first pro bono, community-based hospital complex Orphanage Outreach, Jaibon, Dominican Republic March 2009 Teach Corps Member • Instructed third and fifth grade students at a neighboring school in introductory English vocabulary • Completed various work projects to improve the infrastructural functions of the orphanage MEMBERSHIPS National Residence Hall Honorary 2009 National Honor Society 2007 Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica (Spanish Honor Society) 2006 National Society of High School Scholars 2005 National Forensic League (Speech and Debate Honor Society) 2004 SKILLS/INTERESTS Language: Spanish: fluency in reading, writing, and listening; functional proficiency in speaking Technical: Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, iLife, Microsoft Office, Windows Moviemaker, Adobe Photoshop, SPSS Certifications: American Red Cross Heartsaver CPR/First Aid, NYU Safe Zone (LGBTQ ally awareness/sensitivity) Interests: contemporary literature and non-fiction, current events and foreign policy, Latin American culture and history, musical theater, professional sports
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