Natalia Carden
20 Singer Rd., Abingdon, MD 21009 • (443) 966-2171 •
Bachelor of Arts in Hu...
Natalia Carden
20 Singer Rd., Abingdon, MD 21009 • (443) 966-2171 •
Street Team/Program Assistant, C...
Natalia Carden
20 Singer Rd., Abingdon, MD 21009 • (443) 966-2171 •
Attendee; NRHH Repre...
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Natalia carden resume

Updated Resume 1/22/16
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Career      

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  • 1. Natalia Carden 20 Singer Rd., Abingdon, MD 21009 • (443) 966-2171 • EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts in Human Communication Studies Expected Graduation: May 2016 Minor in Communication Journalism Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA GPA: 3.133 INTERN EXPERIENCE American Camp Association (ACA) Tri-State CAMP Conference March 2014 Atlantic City, NJ  Assisted in preparing and maintaining spaces for speakers  Participated in set up and registration of conference  Aided the hospitality center provided for participants CAMPUS LEADERSHIP Director ofCommunity Development, Resident Hall Association Executive Board August 2015 – Present  Coordinated staff development activities for the RHA Executive Board  Coordinated the pickup and return of RHA resources and concessions machines  Made contact with each buildings hall council and their mentor, and facilitated assistance and guidance, if needed, to them for the as the head of the hall council mentor program  Took inventory of the supplies and machines  Carried out other duties as delegated by the President National Residence Hall Honorary,Inductee in the Anchor Chapter April 2015 – Present  Members represent the top 1% of the student leaders on campus who have contributed amounts of personal time to make residence halls more than a “dorm”  Advocated for the interests and welfare of residence hall students while providing recognition for individuals who have contributed to the advancement of college and university housing Public Relations,Resident Hall Association Hall Council – KiefferHall August 2014 – May 2015  Scheduled and implemented in hall events for residents to promote community on campus  Assisted in the logistical planning of various in hall and on campus events  Advertised upcoming events by promoting with social media and poster campaigns  Attended regular Residence Hall Association and Kieffer Hall Council meetings to gather information on, on campus events Secretary,To Write Love On Her Arms UChapter August 2013 – May 2014  Logged minutes during generaland executive meetings and emailed meeting minutes in a timely fashion to members  Handled social media sites; twitter, Instagram, and Facebook  Attended executive board meetings as well as general assembly ADDITIONALEXPERIENCE Student Caller/Phonathon, Shippensburg University Foundation Building February 2016 - Present Shippensburg, PA  Educate alumni, parents and friends about Shippensburg’s financial needs and motivate them to want to support the goals of the Annual Fund.  Gained the ability to speak in a clear and pleasant voice and express enthusiasm about the University  Obtained professional training for sales, marketing and public relations Office Assistant, Office of Professional, Continuing and Distance Education and Office for Exploratory Studies Shippensburg, PA September 2015 – Present  Obtained analytical and detail-oriented professional experience by assisting the Administrative assistants in their daily duties  Ability to handle sensitive and confidential records and information  Managed, organized and updated files, records, correspondence,charts and reports  Performed HR office services such as: filing documents, printing reports and documents, stocking of equipment and supplies.
  • 2. Natalia Carden 20 Singer Rd., Abingdon, MD 21009 • (443) 966-2171 • Street Team/Program Assistant, CUB Programming February 2015 – May 2015 Shippensburg, PA  Marketed upcoming events by tabling and posting advertisements on campus  Trained in utilizing/cleaning different food preparation machines  Oversaw and trained new employees Community Assistant, Center for Engagement,Service and Learning October 2014 – May 2015 Shippensburg, PA  Assisted in coordinating community service activities off campus and on  Performed administrative tasks that included answering the telephone and emails  Recruited student volunteers to participate in various service opportunities Cabin Specialist, Camp Echo Lake June 2014 – August 2014 Warrensburg, NY  Provided and oversaw a safe environment for children attending the camp  Collaborated with other members in my group  Adapted to each child’s and co-counselors different personalities to ensure the kids had a great experience  Gained new insight on problem solving in difficult situations involving the campers Front End Coordinator, Marshalls October 2011 – January 2016 Bel Air, MD  Trained in Fitting room, Layaway and Cashiering  Supervised front end cashiers  Ensured excellent customer service to customers while upholding store policy and seeing matters from the customers perspective  Trained new hires  Managed cash drawer and cash registers  Open and closed the store  Unloaded merchandise from the stock room to the floor and off of trucks Lifeguard /Deck Assistant, Aqua Culture SwimSchool May 2011 – September 2011 Forest Hill, MD  Certified in CPR, Lifeguard training/First Aid  Monitored the activities of people around and in the pool to provide a safe environment  Provided pool maintenance on chlorine levels and its appearance around the pool CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT (Nominated by the Faculty) Student Member, HCS Grade of Appeals Committee September 2015 – Present Member,Society forHuman Resource Management Shippensburg Chapter August 2015 – Present Member,Act V January 2013 – May 2014 Member, Human Communication Organization August 2013 – Present Member,To Write Love On Her Arms UChapter August 2012 – May 2013 OTHER AFFILIATIONS (OFF CAMPUS) Member,Society forHuman Resource Management (SHRM) National Organization August 2015 – Present AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS Promoted at Marshalls from Cashier to Front End Coordinator December 2015 Inducted into Lambda Pi Eta Honors Fraternity for Communication April 2015 Research Achievement Award,Research and Data Collection August 2014 – April 2015 Starfish Award (Employee of the month) at Center for Engagement January/February 2015 Research Assistant,Data Collection August 2014 – December 2014 Dean’s List Fall and Spring Semesters of 2014
  • 3. Natalia Carden 20 Singer Rd., Abingdon, MD 21009 • (443) 966-2171 • CONFERENCES Attendee; NRHH Representative, CAACURH November 2015 Presenter, Minds@Work April 2015, 2016 Attendee, Pathways to Success April 2015 Attendee, Marvin Worthy CEO of Worthy Consulting & Training: Talking about Leadership February 2015 Attendee, WiLL (Women’s Institute for Leadership & Learning) November 2013, 2014 VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE Student Panel for College ofArts & Sciences, The Dean’s Session for Open House September 2015 Relay for Life, Participant/Fundraiser April 2015 5K Color Run/Walk, Hosted by TWLOHA Executive Board – Helped plan and facilitate May 2014 Service Learning Project, Small Group Communication March 2014 – May 2014 Open House Volunteer,Human Communication StudiesMajor March 2014, September 2015 ADDITIONALSKILLS  Proficient in Microsoft Word and Publisher  Can operate machines; cotton candy, snow cone, popcorn, hot dog, pretzel and smoothie maker  Can utilize Google docs and Google forms  Can utilize Doodle event planner  Effective communication skills obtained through written, oral and presentations  Exceptional time management ability

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