123 Main Street • Atlanta, Georgia • 30339
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Objective: Seek the Position of Children's Tutor
SUMMARY: Exceptional talented, caring and self-motivated Children's Tutor with more than four years experience working with children aged kindergarten through sixth grade in the development of basic reading and math skills.
Summary of Qualifications
Strong commitment to enhancing and supporting the education of a child.
Immense working knowledge of students in an academic environment.
Strong, out going personality and sense of humor.
Proven history of reliability, accountability, and responsibility.
Outstanding communication and problem solving skills.
Profound openness to gaining new knowledge and skills.
Remarkable ability to deliver a one on one service focused on learning and skills development.
Galaxy Child Care Center, Minneapolis 2002 - Present
Assist children aged Kindergarten through sixth grade in the development of reading skills and enjoyment.
Engage in academic activities with selected students either one-on-one or with small groups.
Collaborate with the school supervisor and staff members to assess the student's needs and how best to address them.
Support Galaxy Child Care Center's mission to build the academic, social, and personal development of children.
Develop meaningful and positive relationships with children and their families.
Serve as a positive role model for children.
Assist children with daily homework tasks and supplemental assignments.
Uncover roadblocks to children success and respond appropriately to remove them.
Develop study skills and overall effectiveness of children.
Build children commitment to graduation.
Engage children in educational and skill building activities.
Maintain effective, open communication with all GCCCs staff.
Create structure for and manage small and large groups of children.
Complete daily and monthly paperwork highlighting the children's progress.
Participate in monthly staff meetings and quarterly company staff meetings and trainings.
Create a safe, respectful child development based learning environment.
Create lesson plans that are culturally relevant for a diverse population.
Manage behavior and resolve conflicts.
Work as a team member with Site Coordinator, and other staff.
Bachelor of Science Degree, Early Childhood Education University of New York (2002)