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  • 1. Aaron Weintraub 607 S. Franklin St. Christiansburg VA, 24073 860-576-9506EducationBasic Mediation Training (April 2010) Better AgreementsCertificate In Gerontology (May 2009) Virginia TechMasters of Science in Human Development Family Studies (May 2006) University ofArkansas4.0 cumulative GPABachelor of Science in Elementary Education (May 2001) University of Vermont3.46 cumulative GPA----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Related ExperienceFreelance WriterDemand Media Studios, Pseudonym Leopold Rose2011-PresentDeveloping content for eHow.comChief Communications OfficerUpstream Down, Roanoke, VA2010-PresentResponsible for creative direction and client communication for a new media public relationsagency for authors.Intensive In-Home CounselorFamily Preservation Services, Christiansburg, Va2009-2011Completing detailed social histories and assessments for children and families.Developing Individualized Service Plans for children and families.Counseling children and families at risk of removal from the home.Intensive case management with relevant community agencies.Policy InternGenerations United, Washington, DCJune 2008
  • 2. Writing fact sheets for legislative efforts.Meeting with relevant legislators and advocacy groups.Projects include: Seniors4Kids, Metlife Mature Markets Multi-generational Workforce, Sharedsites fact sheets.Teaching AssistantVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VASpring, 2009Teaching HD4356, Family Law and Public Policy, A senior level course for Human Developmentand PoliticalScience majors exploring public policy from a family perspective.Teaching AssistantVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VAFall, 2008Teaching HD2336, Human Services II, an advanced course for undergraduates to prepare themto enter the humanservices field.Intergenerational Programming CoordinatorNeighbors Program Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VAMay, 2007-June, 2008Coordinating documentation, staff training, and research between the Virginia Tech Adult DayServices and ChildDevelopment Center for Research and Learning.Research AssistantVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VAMay, 2006-June, 2008Serving on a variety of research projects and teams.Teaching AssistantInfant Development Center, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR2004-2006Teaching and developing curriculum for a classroom of 2-3 year olds as well as advisingundergraduates in bestpractice. Faculty Supervisor: Mardi Crandall, MACaregiverRutland Mental Health Community Access Program, Rutland VT1998-2005Assisting people with mental retardation with the activities of daily living.Classroom Teacher
  • 3. The Children’s Space, Waterbury, VT.2004-2001Teaching and Developing curriculum for a kindergarten and preschool classroom.Classroom TeacherHebrew Day School, Burlington, VT2001-2000Teaching and developing curriculum in a multi-age 2nd and 3rd grade classroom.Private EducatorBurlington VT2001-2000Teaching all subjects to a second grader unable to attend school.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------PublicationsWeintraub, A.P.C. & Killian, T. S. (2007). Intergenerational programming: Older personsperceptions of its impact. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 26. 370-384Jarrott, S. E. & Weintraub, A. P. C.(2007). Los centros intergeneracionales: un modelopráctico. [Intergenerational shared sites: A practical model.] In M. Sanchez (Ed.),Intergeneracionales. Hacia una sociedad para toda las edades (pp. 141-169).Barcelona: Fundacion "la Caixa".Jarrott, S. E., & Weintraub, A. P. C. (2008). Growing community: Easter Seals childdevelopment center and adult day services. (Available from Jarrott, Dept. HumanDevelopment (0416) Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061).Jarrott, S. E., Smith, C. L., & Weintraub, A. P. C. (2009). Observing persons withdementia: Process, procedures, and outcomes. Journal of IntergenerationalRelationships.Weintraub, A. P. C. & Killian, T. S. (2010). Perceptions of the effect of intergenerationalprogramming on physical well-being of older adult participant in intergenerationalprogramming. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 7.Weintraub, A. P. C. (2010). [Review of the book Don’t Cheat the Children: ConnectingGenerations through Grandfriendships]. Journal of IntergenerationalRelationships, 8.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Research PresentationsWeintraub, A. & Leventhal, J. (2009) Developing a intergenerational programming coordinatorposition at a shared site intergenerational program. Roundtable presented at the bi-annual
  • 4. meeting of GenerationsUnited, Washington, DCKaestle, C., Wiles, B., and Weintraub, A. P. C. (2008) Tobacco Prevention Education inSchools: Targeting High Risk Neighborhoods. Poster presentation at the annual meeting ofSRCD.Jarrott, S. E. & Weintraub, A. P. C. (2007, November). Observing persons with dementia:Process, procedures, and outcomes. Paper presented at the annual meeting of theGerontological Society of America, San Francisco, CA.Jarrott, S. E., Komelski, M., and Weintraub, A. P. C. (2007). Living history: Integratingintergenerational relationships at a middle school. presented at the annual meeting of theGerontological Society of America, San Francisco, CAWeintraub, A. P. C., Jarrott, S. E., Covert, S., & McBreardy, K. (2007). Results managementapproach to planning and evaluating intergenerational programs. Poster presented at theDeans Forum on Health, Food and Nutrition, BlacksburgJarrott, S. E. & Weintraub, A. P. C. (2007). Tips for successful intergenerational programming.Workshop presented at Generations United, Washington DCJarrott, S. E. & Weintraub, A. P. C. (2007). Intergenerational programming: Research andevaluation. Workshop presented at Generations United, Washington DCJarrott, S. E., Komelski, M., and Weintraub, A. P. C. (2007).. Blacksburg Middle School livinghistory project. Roundtable presented at Generations United, Washington DCWeintraub, A. P. C. (2006). Intergenerational programming: Participants in adult day servicesperceptions of it’s impact. Paper presented at the Gerontological Society of America, DallasWeintraub, A. P. C. & Chase, C. (2005). RIE philosophy. Workshop presented at the annualmeeting of the Southern Early Childhood Association, Dallas----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Consulting ProjectsHealing Conversations, (2009) Presentation to the American Society on Aging.Generations United, (2008) Metlife Mature Markets Intergenerational Assessment Tool.Easter Seals, (2008). Intergenerational Training Manual.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  • 5. Honors and AwardsGenerations United Intergenerational Shared Site Best Practice Awards sponsored by MetLifeFoundation, 2008Moran Scholarship, 2008Margaret Barnes Intergenerational Scholarship, 2008Harold A. Schlenker Scholarship, 2008Mattie J. T. Stepanik Caregiver Award, 2007Center for Gerontology Futures Board Scholarship, 2007Margaret Barnes Intergenerational Scholarship, 2007Harold A. Schlenker Scholarship, 2007Cunningham Fellow 2006-2008Virginia Tech CLAHS Summer Diversity Fellow 2007Sigma Phi Omega Gerontological Honor Society 2005-2007Dean’s List 1998-2001, University of VermontKappa Delta Pi National Honor Society 1998-2001Golden Key National Honor Society 1999-2001Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society 1998-2001----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Professional OrganizationsGenerations United 2007-PresentNational Council on Family Relations 2004-2005, Student MemberGerontological Society of America 2005- Present, Student Member----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Professional Responsibilities
  • 6. Together MagazineEditorial Board2008 The official publication of Generations United PublicationJournal of Intergenerational RelationshipsExternal Reviewer2008----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Community InvolvementWaterbury Soccer Program, Assistant coach, 2002Young Children’s Project, 2003-2002, Washington County, VTCommunity advocacy group for issues concerning the education of young childrenCommunity Outreach Center, Steering Committee Member, 2001-1999Managing a four million dollar grant for the Housing and Urban Development Agency inpartnership with the University of Vermont and the City of Burlington to revitalize the Old NorthEnd neighborhood.Food Salvage Program, 2000-1998Organizing community volunteers to cook and serve free meals for Burlington residents in need.Ice Storm Relief Coordinator, 1998Providing relief to families affected by the ice storm of 1998----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Campus ActivitiesHillel Jewish Student Union, 2004-2005, Vice President, University of ArkansasIsrael-Arkansas Alliance, 2004-2005, Director, University of ArkansasVolunteers in Action, 1999-2000, Director of Programs, Executive Board, University ofVermont Advised and managed budget of fifteen student run community service organizations.Campus Opportunity Outreach League, Student Leader 1998-1999, University of VermontDeveloped programs for a national conference to foster community service on campusesCampus Compact, Student Representative, 1999, University of VermontUniversity of Vermont Student Ambassador Program, Student Ambassador 1998-2000,University of VermontRepresented the University of Vermont at official functions around the state.
  • 7. University of Vermont Strategic Change Initiative, Student representative, 1999, Universityof VermontRepresented the student voice in an initiative to cut 25 million dollars form the university budget.Habitat for Humanity Director, 1997-1998, University of VermontOrganizing volunteers for weekly builds.