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    • [email_address] 51116 Shamrock Hill Ct 574.309.1433 Granger IN, 46530
      • Personal Mission Statement I.
      • Resume II.
      • Certifications & Memberships IV.
      • Sample of Professional Work V.
      • Community Service Activities VIII.
      • Honors & Awards IX.
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      • To become a professional who works to improve the health of others so that I may do my duty to help make the change I wish to see in the world. I wish to see longer lives and happier people. To accomplish this, my persistence and realism will help me reach my personal goals so that I may then find ways to encourage and motivate others. Accepting setbacks and creating new ideas will help me through the processes of life and work.
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      • ELENA ROZZI erozzi@purdue.edu 51116 Shamrock Hills Ct 574.309.1433 Granger, IN 46530
      • EDUCATION Purdue University : West Lafayette, Indiana Bachelor of Arts Degree: Health & Fitness Expected May 2011 Minor: Spanish GPA: 3.5/4.0 Dean’s List: Spring 2008 semester
      • Clay High School : South Bend, Indiana May 2007 Cume Laude National Honors Society Varsity Dance Team, Tennis, Drama, Cross Country One-on-one mentor for an autistic student National Honor Society
      • ACTIVITIES AND HONORS Higher Ground Dance Company Sept 2008 - Present Sigma Alpha Lambda- National Leadership & Honors Society Jul 2008 - Present Health And Kinesiology Club Jan 2008 - Present Purdue Ballroom Dance Competition Team Sept 2007 - Mar 2008
      • WORK EXPERIENCE Through these jobs I have developed these skills: leadership, persistence, customer communication, organization and hard work Ayuda y Aprende Spanish Service Learning Volunteer McCutcheon High School, West Lafayette, IN Sept 2008 – Dec 2008 - Tutored Spanish-speaking high schools students -Spoke English and Spanish to refine their English and my Spanish
      • Factory Worker Jackel Industries Inc., Mishawaka, IN Jun 2008-Aug 2008 -Assembled, checked and packed various parts -Worked a regular 8 hour day with occasional overtime of 10 hours
      • Chart Filer and Transporter Orthopedic Medical Group, South Bend, IN Jul 2007 - Aug 2007 -Alphabetized, categorized, boxed and relocated charts -Handled private articles, in a professional setting
      • General Employee Dairy Queen, Granger, IN Jun 2007 - Aug 2007 -Experienced working under a boss and with customers -Learned to work quickly, calmly and efficiently during rush hour
      • Peer Mentor Volunteer Clay High School, South Bend, IN Aug 2005 - Jun 2007 -Acted as a positive role model and friend for high school freshmen -Carried out lessons through activities and games -Developed leadership skills while leading freshman through their first year
      • Day Care Volunteer Hope Rescue Mission, South Bend, IN Jun 2006 - Aug 2006 -Cared for the toddlers and babies of the homeless shelter with a structured daily routine -Taught obedience, sharing, and cooperation to the children -Learned patience and persistence through ornery tantrums and fights
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      • Cover Letter
      • October 22, 2008
      • Anne-Louise Wissinger
      • The Hagedorn Little Village School
      • 750 Hicksville Road
      • Seaford, New York 11783
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      • Dear Ms. Wissinger:
      • I am writing to you and sending my resume in response to your need for a dance/movement therapist. I found the job posting on the website for the American Dance Therapy Association. After visiting your website I immediately appreciated the type of community and facility that the Little Village School provides to the students and families.
      • I will be graduating from Purdue University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Health and Fitness and a Minor in Spanish. As well as other job experiences I have been part of four programs which I believe reflect the same goals and missions as your facility.
      • I have two years of experience as both a Peer Mentor for high school freshman and as a one-on-one mentor for an autistic student my age. I have worked as a child-care giver for toddlers in a homeless shelter, and I am currently involved in a Spanish Service Learning program as a bilingual mentor for Spanish-speaking students. Apart from my mentor abilities I have been an active dancer throughout high school and college.
      • I would love the opportunity to work in this determined and supportive mission of helping children. Your students would greatly benefit from having a dance/movement therapist. I’m sure a facility like yours believes that movement can be a great healer as well as relaxant to those stressed by their limitations or frustrations with learning. A fresh face with a love of dancing and children is the addition your staff needs. I look forward to setting up an interview with you and I will call in the next two weeks to find your availability to discuss what needs I can fill for your facility and students.
      • Sincerely,  
      • Elena Rozzi
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      • Turkey Trot, November 2008 -5k walk/run held by the Health and Kinesiology Majors Club at Purdue University. Money raised is donated to local charity Pete’s Pals which helps disabled children develop motor skills through physical activity. -As a member of the HK majors club I was a worker, not a runner.
      • Boiler Blast, April 2008 - Hosted by the New Chauncey Neighborhood Association, Purdue students volunteer to do odd jobs for residents of Lafayette to give back to the university’s hosting community. Jobs include, spring yard work, raking leaves, picking up trash, planting, and painting. -Along with other members of the Health and Kinesiology Majors Club, I raked leaves and picked up trash around all of Jefferson High School’s campus.
      • Fit & Fun Night, March 2008 -one night program held by the Health and Kinesiology Majors Club at Purdue University. Encourages kids to be creative and have fun when exercising and doing physical activity. - As a member of the HK majors club I was a co-leader of a group of 10 4 th grade children.
      • Clay High School fall canned-food drive , second largest in Nation
      • National Honor Society
      • “ Write Out Cancer” – wrote letters asking for donations to Riley Children’s Hospital
      • Blood drive- donated blood both years in NHS
      • Recycling- distributed bins to each classroom, bagged all paper recycling from every room, every Friday.
      • 20 hours- minimum volunteer work per semester.
      • Caroling at and making holiday cards for a local nursing home with my school’s dance team
      • One-on-one mentor for a high functioning autistic student. I was a friend to him while helping teach social skills and building confidence.
      • Freshman Peer Mentoring - for two years I was a mentor for a group of five freshmen. With four other mentors in the classroom we were in charge of teaching lessons and activities during their “homeroom” period. We acted as positive role models for maturity, good grades and school involvement.
      • Hope Rescue Mission - I volunteered one summer in the child care for this homeless shelter. I was responsible for five toddlers.
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      • Dean’s List - Spring 2008 semester with a 3.5/4.0 GPA
      • Cume Laude - graduated with 3.5/4.0 GPA
      • Varsity Dance Team - two years. Senior year we won 1 st in State for our jazz routine and 5 th in State for Poms routine.
      • National Honor Society - two years, based on grades, school involvement and community volunteering.
      • High Honor roll - four years
    • [email_address] 51116 Shamrock Hill Ct 574.309.1433 Granger IN, 46530