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Resume for Bryan S. for Executive Manager / Nonprofit in Chicago, Maine

Occupation: Executive Manager Industry: Nonprofit
Country: United States City: Chicago
State: Maine ZIP: 60618

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West Barry Avenue, Apt., Chicago, IL |
Chicago, IL
Type Provisional Alternative Early Childhood Certification – Received August
Type Initial Alternative Early Childhood Certification – Received July
The Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA
Masters of Arts in English received May – Cumulative GPA: ./.
– Recipient of a BuntonWaller Fellowship
Kenyon College Gambier, OH
Bachelor of Arts received May
Major: English – Concentration: American Studies
– Recipient of a Kenyon College academic scholarship
Received Martin Luther King Humanitarian Award
Gads Hill Center, Chicago, IL
Director of CenterBased Children’s Services – June Present
• Oversee all operations of a centerbased Head Start and State PreKindergarten program, including
management of a $. million annual budget.
• Successfully led center through intensive selfassessment and candidacy process to earn accreditation from
the National Association for the Education of Young Children in October .
• Developed and implemented a program to serve over additional families and increase department
funding by over % by providing Head Start services in private early childhood centers.
• Identify opportunities for increased funding through changes in existing program models and collaborate
with resource development staff to pursue critical corporate and foundation support
• Ensure compliance with multiple regulatory bodies and funding sources and remain informed of changing
• Participate in strategic planning and problem solving processes as a member of agency leadership.
Education Coordinator – April June
• Managed a staff of early childhood teachers and directed the curriculum and education policies for a
centerbased Head Start and State PreKindergarten program.
• Established a collaborative system of professional development with teaching staff, resulting in % opting
to pursue additional college education.
• Created and implemented staff trainings regularly to ensure quality education of children.
• Developed internal systems for referral of children for professional evaluation and advocated for families in
obtaining services from Chicago Public Schools.
Carole Robertson Center for Learning via Teach for America, Chicago, IL
Educational Lead Teacher – October April
• Oversaw instruction of twenty children; planned lessons aligned to Illinois Early Learning Standards.
• Developed strategies to advance early literacy and numeracy skills through center and group activities.
• Managed developmental screenings of children and initiated referral process as indicated.
• Coordinated development and revision of a portfolio in preparation for NAEYC accreditation.
• Maintained education files and portfolios and produced regular observation records for each child.
Northwestern University Center for Talent Development, Evanston, IL
Residential Coordinator – June August
• Oversaw residence housing gifted elementary students, including a member residential staff.
• Managed activity and supply budgets and coordinated the procurement of necessary materials.
• Planned all extracurricular activities in response to student interest and monitored implementation.
• Collaborated with parents, instructors and residential staff to prevent and address student difficulties.
• Evaluated performance of residential staff and supported continuous improvement.
Easter Seals Metropolitan Chicago via Teach for America, Chicago, IL
Master Teacher –August October
• Supervised three teachers in a Head Start classroom at the GilchristMarchman Center.
• Conducted home visits with new and returning students.
• Coordinated donations for a citywide event honoring parents of children with special
The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
Graduate Assistant – August May
• Instructed students in English , freshmanlevel rhetoric and composition.
• Individually tutored students enrolled in composition and ESL courses.
• Composed syllabi and assignments in accordance with department standards and student needs.
• Introduced students to academic writing concepts and supported writing growth during semester.
Exploration Summer Programs, New Haven, CT
Residence Director – June August
• Oversaw a + student residence hall and at a summer academic camp on the Yale University campus.
• Addressed improper student behavior and counseled students with adjustment difficulties.
• Supervised residential staff in resolving student issues and planning appropriate activities.
• Devised weekly dormwide programming with a communitybuilding focus.
The Kenyon Review, Gambier OH
Young Writer’s Workshop Teaching Fellow – June August
• Assisted in a creative writing classroom during a prestigious summer writing program for rising high school
juniors and seniors.
• Taught a three day journalism minicourse, culminating in the students producing a newspaper.
• Mentored students individually, offering constructive criticism on their creative work.
• Provided dormitory programming and supervision as a resident advisor during the summer program.
Intern – September August
• Compiled the first comprehensive digital index of the Review.
• Managed a poetry prize for young writers, overseeing judging of entries and contacting of winners.
• Assisted the managing editor on a variety of other projects, including web design and research.
Chicago Coalition of SiteAdministered Child Care Centers – June Present
• Inform advocacy and policy efforts of the Coalition as a member of the Executive Committee.
• Proposed and contributed to implementation of subcommittee structure to connect management level staff
from member organizations. Serve as chair of program subcommittee.
Latino Policy Forum – August – Present
• Provide input to the Latino Policy Forum’s early education policy initiatives.
• Participate in state and local advocacy initiatives on behalf of Gads Hill Center. Write
testimony for Illinois House and Senate to support early education funding and policies.
A Day of Recognition Event ADORE Steering Committee – September Present
• Contribute to planning and organization of a citywide parent conference supporting the needs of parents of
children with special needs.
• Developed social media tools to support outreach efforts to parents and potential supporters.
McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership: Coaching for Results – October May
• Participated in a cohort of leadership training sessions for mentors of early childhood teachers.
Coldfront Magazine – Poetry Reviews
The Bloomsbury Review – July/Aug – Book Review of Memory’s Keep; July/August – Book Review of
Hometown for an Hour
The Chattahoochee Review – Spring/Summer – “Enthusiastic Failure,” Book Review of The Sound of No Hands
Kenyon College Alumni Bulletin – Spring – “We need technology, does it need us”

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