Topic ID #23841 - posted 10/11/2012 11:31 PM

Broad Range of Skills looking to relocate to Texas



samanthaurban

While currently in Cheyenne, Wyoming, I am hoping to relocate to North or Central Texas; though would also be interested in shorter-term local work. I have experience in Education, Interpretive Services, Curation, Analysis and am trained in GIS. I work well independently or in a team, am adept at relating to the public, and am an incredibly fast learner.

Samantha

Urban

Wittrock

Associate of Arts

Anthropology

Laramie County Community College

Cheyenne, Wyoming

May 2012

Physical Address Upon Request

307.287.1253 (Mobile)

samantha_urban@live.com

 

Profile

An eager undergraduate with a broad range of skills and experience is seeking employment in the anthropological, historical, geographical and/or educational fields.

 

Special Skills

ArcGIS    MS Office   61 WPM Typing Speed   CPR and First Aid Certified

Computer Maintenance and Repair    Fair at Spanish and Latin Languages

 

Relevant Course Work

North American Indian Studies – Biological Anthropology – Cultural Anthropology
Intro to Archaeology – Sociology – Psychology – Historical Geology – Physical Geology
ArcGIS – Foundations of Education

Relevant Experience

Spring 2011 Lithic Analysis and Cataloging: LCCC Anthropology Division

Volunteer Lab Assistant- Cheyenne, Wyoming

v  Organized, Sorted, and Cataloged flakes from the stone-tool making process uncovered at the Belvoir Ranch excavation

Fall 2009-

Spring 2011 Russell Homestead Site Archaeological Dig

  Volunteer Field Crew- Cheyenne, Wyoming

v  Surveyed, Excavated and Mapped site

v  Worked Preservation and Cataloguing in lab

v  Assisted in Photo and Video Archiving

Fall 2010 Growing Together Daycare and Preschool
Assistant Educator and Coordinator- Cheyenne, Wyoming

v  Assisted Director of Education in instruction and lesson planning

v  Directly worked with special needs students

v  Managed classroom with variety of ages, organized field trips

v  Managed files and reported to government and private agencies

Summer 2010  USDA Forest Service

Information and Interpretive Services- Chadron, Nebraska

v  Educated Patrons at Hudson-Meng Archaeological site

v  Led Tours, Designed Displays and Educational Models

v  Assisted Field Team in Research, Archiving, Digging and Curating

v  Managed Office, including records, reception and filing

Honors and Leadership

2009-2010    Vice President of Service, Phi Theta Kappa, Alpha Omega Zeta Chapter

   Coca-Cola/USA Today All-American Academic Team Nominee

Recipient- Clark Wissler Memorial Scholarship for Anthropology

2009         American Classical League’s National Latin Exam, Top 10%

2008        President Angelina College Spanish Club






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