Resume

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CLAIRE M. EUBANKS

 (828) 808-5882 | eubankscm@gmail.com | eubankscm.wordpress.com

 

EDUCATION

Appalachian State University – Boone, NC

Bachelor of Science: History, Social Studies Secondary Education
Bachelor of Arts: History | Minor: English

  • GPA: 3.69
  • Achievements: Dean’s List, Chancellor’s List, Member of National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Member of Phi Alpha Theta: National History Honors Society, Global Connections Certificate Recipient

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Gutenbergschule – Karlsruhe, Germany (April – May 2017)

Student Teacher, English as a Second Language

  • Co-taught with other student teachers
  • Constructed and taught English language lessons
  • Participated in 2nd through 10th grade classes

Watauga High School – Boone, NC (January – March 2017)

Student Teacher, World History Honors & American II History

  • Designed and implemented weekly lesson plans in American History
  • Assessed student learning through tests and assignments
  • Communicated with cooperating teacher, university supervisors, and other school personnel
  • Attended school improvement, faculty, and professional development meetings

South Caldwell High School – Hudson, NC (September – November 2016)

Intern, American II History & AP US History

  • Observed teacher and teaching methods
  • Assisted cooperating teacher and students in class activities
  • Aided cooperating teacher in assessing student work via grading
  • Developed and implemented mini lessons on FDR, WWII, and the Cold War
  • Co-taught with another intern

Avery Middle School – Newland, NC (February – April 2016)

Intern, 6th grade World History

  • Observed teacher and teaching methods
  • Took notes on student performance
  • Facilitated learning with students in small groups

Ocho de Noviembre – Piñas, El Oro, Ecuador (March 2016)

Volunteer Teacher, English as a Second Language

  • Member of an International Alternative Service Experience program
  • Developed differentiated creative and diverse learning activities
  • Co-taught lessons in English at an English language camp
  • For students ages four to eighteen

 

RELATED EXPERIENCE

Kaleidoscope After-School Program – Boone, NC (September – November 2015)

Tutor and Mentor     

  • Interacted with elementary aged students (2nd – 4th grade)
  • Assisted students in completing homework assignments
  • Served as an educational mentor for students
  • Taught and assisted in the teaching of a variety of lessons

Appalachian Child Development Center – Boone, NC (February – March 2014)

Volunteer Caretaker    

  • Assisted in the care of children ages five and under
  • Read to children, played with children, watched over children as they napped

 

RECENT WORK EXPERIENCE

Bidwell & Walters, P.A. and the Law Office of David G. Budd, PLLC – Asheville, NC (June – August 2015, June – August 2016)

Receptionist

  • Answered, screened, and directed phone calls
  • Maintained office calendar
  • Greeted and directed clients to waiting room, served clients refreshments
  • Organized files, made scans and copies for the attorneys and paralegals

 

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL EXPERIENCE

Germany – Karlsruhe (April – May 2017)

International Student Teaching 

  • Experience German language and culture while simultaneously teaching at a German high school

Wales, UK – Seven Sisters (May – June 2016)

Short Term Study Abroad  

  • Studied the history of the South Wales coal mining industry
  • Studied the relationship between coal mining and the sport of rugby
  • Developed a historical website for the Seven Sisters Rugby team

Ecuador – Piñas, El Oro (March 2016)

Short Term Study Abroad

  • Studied Spanish language and Ecuadorian culture while serving as an
    English language teacher

China – Beijing, Xi’an, Shanghai (June 2013)

School Program  

  • Traveled to China on an Education First educational tour with high school
    Chinese class
  • Studied the language, culture, and history of China

 

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

Hospitality House – Boone, NC (February – April 2016)

Student Volunteer

  • Served dinner, open for all in the community
  • Organized supplies and cleaned the facility
  • Filed paperwork and assisted at the front desk

 

SKILLS

  • Conversational in German language (4 college semesters)
  • Can adapt quickly to new environments
  • Comfortable working with technology
  • Extremely organized

 

 

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