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  • 1. Maria M. AndrewsCurrent Address:724 SW Arbuckle AveLawton , Ok 73501(662) 617-4777mma765@gmail.com QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.Permanent Address:210 Woodlawn RoadStarkville MS 39759(662) 323-6689mma765@gmail.comEducation • Mississippi University for Women: Columbus MS Bachelor of Fine Arts 2002-2006 Major: Art Education Minor: Music Overall GPA: 3.97 Graduation: Dec. 2006 High School: Okinawa Christian School International Japan 1998-2002Work Experiences • Art Teacher: Heritage Academy High School Columbus MS  Taught studio art to grades 8th-12th. 2008-2009  Prepared lessons to teach basic and advanced art.  Carried out staff duties, attended professional meetings and school events, and performed all other responsibilities as a teacher. • Director of Summer Day Camp and After School Program: New Hope MS New Hope Baptist Church 2007-2008  Oversaw activities, lesson plans, events, etc.  Supervised children and staff.  Handled background paper work, legal work, and finances.  Contacted parents about their children’s behavior and growth. • Waitress: Harvey’s Columbus MS  Performed customer service. 2005-2007  Waited on tables.  Carried out preparation and clean up. • Guitar Tutor Columbus MS  Taught the basics of guitar. 2004-2006
  • 2.  Prepared lessons.  Managed students. • English Tutor: Franklin Academy Elementary School Columbus MS  Taught English to 2 Japanese children. 2005-2006  Helped with pronunciation and reading comprehension.  Explained concepts in English and Japanese. • Art Teacher : Columbus MS Arts Council Columbus MS  Taught the basics of art. 2005  Prepared lessons.  Managed students. • Dormitory Desk Receptionist: MUW Columbus MS  Assisted students. 2004-2005  Maintained dorm order.  Received and transfered phone calls. • Office Assistant: Modern Pool and Spa Columbus MS  Performed customer service. Summer 2004  Filed documents.  Directed Inventory. • Dunkin Donuts Okinawa, Japan  Managed daily monetary transaction. Summer 2003  Performed customer service.  Translated for Japanese customers. • English Tutor Okinawa, Japan  Taught English to 2 Japanese students. 2000-2002  Prepared lessons.  Helped with homework. • Festival Food Stand Okinawa, Japan  Prepared food. 1997-2002  Performed customer service.  Managed daily monetary transaction.Field Experiences • Student Teaching: Heritage Academy High School, Columbus MS 7 weeks, university supervised experience Fall 2006 • Student Teaching: Lee Middle School, 7 weeks, Columbus MS University supervised experience Fall 2006 • Classroom Observation and Assistant Teacher: Columbus MS Hunt Elementary School, 30 clock hours, Fall 2004 University supervised experience • Classroom Observation: Starkville High School, Starkville MS 10 Clock hours, university supervised experience Spring 2004Honors & Scholarships • Welty Exhibition Award from MUW president 2006 • Undergraduate Show: 1st place in Illustration , 2006 3rd place in Painting, and 2nd place in Overall Achievement
  • 3. • Dean’s List: Awarded to student with high GPA 2005 • Undergraduate Show: 1st place in Painting and Drawing, 2005 3rd place in design, and 2nd place in Overall Achievement • Accepted in the MS Collegiate Art Competition: 2004-2006 Best in Medium for Metal Arts (2004) • Most outstanding Overall Achievement as Second 2004 Year Student in Art. • Undergraduate Show: 1st place in Metal arts. 2004 • Undergraduate Show: 2nd place in Ceramics, 3rd place 2003 in 2D design, honorable mention in drawing. • Freshman with the Highest Academic Average. 2003 • President’s List: Awarded to students with GPA of 4.00. 2002-2005 • Certificate of Academic Excellence. 2002-present • Minority Academic Achievement. 2002-present • University Scholar: Interview based scholarship that 2002-present Awards students on the basis of ACT/SAT score.Activities • YWAM (youth with a mission) 3 month Discipleship training Summer 2007 • Member of Kappa Pi (National Art Fraternity) 2005-2006 • Wesley Foundation council member (Campus Ministry): 2004-2006 • Wesley Praise Band: Played the guitar 2003-2006 • Agape Praise Band: Played the guitar 2003-2004Volunteer Experience • YWAM 3 month mission trip to Japan Fall 2007 • Mission Trip to the Coast to help Katrina victims Fall 2006 • Mission Trip to the Coast to help Katrina victims Spring 2006 • Helped with the Kappa Pi Art Auction to raise money Spring 2006 For the artists effected by Katrina • Mission Trip to the Coast to help Katrina victims Fall 2005 • Helped clean and organize at Helping Hands October 2004 • Mission Trip: Helped build houses for Habitat for March 2004 HumanityComputer Experience • Experienced with Macintosh and PC • Microsoft Word • Microsoft Power Point • Internet Research and NavigationSpecial Skills • Studio Arts (drawing, painting, and ceramics) • Bilingual (English and Japanese) • Some guitar experienceExhibitions • Welty Exhibition (MUW President’s office area) 2006 • Senior Art Show 2006 • Mississippi Collegiate Art Competition 2004-2006 • Undergraduate Show 2002-2006
  • 4. ReferencesReferences available upon request

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