Cuteness

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Susan Quigley
432-543-6543 Cell: 333-123-1234 susan.quigley@abcu.edu 35 White Street
New York, NY 10001
Education

Bachelor of Arts, ABC University, New York, NY, May 2013
Double Majors: English and Latin American Studies
Minor: Spanish
Overall GPA 3.875; Honors each semester
Study Abroad: Bogota, Colombia - January 2012

Related Experience

Library Assistant, Cervantes Library, ABC University
Sept. 2009 - present

Assist students with research best practices
Designed a presentation, published to University website, outlining how to most effectively use all of ABC University's library facilities in undertaking a basic research project
Perform general administrative duties to support professional staff
Founder and leader, Harry Potter Book Club, New York, NY
Jan. 2009 - present
Discuss the origins of one theme from the Harry Potter series with roots in classical mythology or parallels to modern history each week with middle school students
Supply external primary sources, teach students how to make connections between these documents and the work of fiction
Bring the conversation to modern day events and lessons applicable to students' everyday lives
Hold weekly readings by middle schoolers open to younger children for half an hour before each discussion
Intern, Calles y Sueños Cultural Space, Bogotá
Spring 2011

Helped design and implement programs in which community-based artists traveled to schools to work with children, teaching them about expression through art
Assisted in teaching complimentary English lessons to community members
English Tutor, Queens, NY
Jan. 2010 – May 2010
Assisted student in writing and proofreading essays, focusing on emphasis through rhetorical devices
Volunteer at Community Library, Queens, NY
Jan. 2010 – May 2010
Catalogued thousands of donated books, CDs, and DVDs
Started weekly book group for…...

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