💪Skills and Strengths
My Neuro-exceptional talent
Being a neurodiverse individual, I have the ability to think critically, logically, creatively, and visually, pay great attention to details, adhere to rules and regulations, be honest and reliable, remember facts for an extended period of time, problem-solve, and focus intensively when working on an area of interest.
Top 5 Soft SkillsCollaborationConsistencyReliabilityCritical ThinkingAttention to Detail
AccommodationsClosed CaptioningSend Questions in AdvanceInterviewer Experienced with NeurodiversityAllowance of Fidgeting DevicesExtra TimeAlternate Interview FormatSupport PersonEmail / Calendar OrganizationDaily Check-InsDaily RemindersConcise InstructionsWritten ChecklistsReceiving Information in AdvanceWritten InstructionsRecorded Tasks & MessagesExtra Time to Process New InformationChunking Large Amounts of ContentExtra Time Off for AppointmentsPeriodic Rest BreaksUninterrupted Work TimeMeditation / Quiet RoomErgonomic SeatingNoise-cancelling HeadphonesQuiet / Individual WorkspacesCounselingJob CoachingEmployee Resource GroupSupport with Self-AdvocacyText to SpeechGrammarly
Environments I'm comfortable with
Check out my work
|Working since Aug 2022|
Social Work Intern - Gwinnett County Public Library
My role as a social work intern is a mixture of virtual and face-to-face interactions when working with library customers. Furthermore, I have the opportunity to engage with customers in need of information or resources accessing services in employment, housing, food, health providers, education, and so on. By engaging with library staff, I provide information and best practice advice when working with library customers experiencing challenges navigating the social services system. Lastly, working with the library's Volunteer Coordinator, I help with food drives, making and distributing care kits, and meeting with representatives from local organizations at conferences to learn about services they can offer for potential library customers in need.
|Worked for 4 months from Aug 2020 to Dec 2020|
Supplemental Instruction Leader - Georgia State University Perimeter College
As a Supplemental Instruction Leader I planned and facilitated out-of-class study sessions three times a week throughout the semester, provided assistance to students enrolled in an academically challenging course, attended all course lectures and SI leader trainings and meetings, completed paperwork and surveys throughout the semester to enhance the SI Leader experience and SI program for students, and assisted in the collection and reporting of evaluative data regarding the selected course to improve the SI program.
|Worked for 1 months from Jan 2020 to Feb 2020|
Seasonal Sales Associate - Follet Bookstore
I was a seasonal cashier at my college's bookstore at the beginning of the spring 2020 semester. My role as a seasonal cashier included observing safe money handling procedures and secure transaction practices when accepting cash payment, making change, accepting checks and credit card payments ensuring cleanliness throughout the entire store, processing dual enrolment, VA, employee, and faculty discounts as appropriate, accepting payments and giving change, greeting customers as they enter and assisting customers in finding books and supplies.
🎓Education and Credentials
|Attending since 2021|
Georgia State University
Bachelor's degree - Social Work
|Attended for 2 years from 2018 to 2020|
Georgia State University Perimeter College
Associate's degree - Psychology