Programming

IMG_1615Developing programming for various populations has become a great passion of mine, especially while working in Anne Arundel County Public Libraries as an Early Literacy Specialist, and STEM team member, and at Carnegie Library of Homestead, as the Interim Programming Coordinator. I have never in the past enjoyed my work more than when I’m teaching, introducing literacy, planning crafts, and activities.

Coursework

  • Adolescent Psychology – Towson University
  • Introduction to Elementary Education- Towson University

Job Experience

Librarian/Librarian I (January 2014- Current)
Anne Arundel County Public Library
-Programming, reference and readers’ advisory work with all ages;
-Additional responsibilities in Early Literacy Education for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers;
-Perform outreach to local schools;
-Perform duties on the Reference Team, STEM team, Programming Team, Early Literacy team.

Carnegie Library of Homestead

Programming Volunteer (November 2013-Current)
510 East 10th Avenue, Munhall, Pennsylvania 15120 | 412-462-3444 x222
-Develop and maintain programming for S.T.E.A.M. programming: Homeschool Art and Science.
Interim Programming Coordinator (August 2013-November 2013)
-Design, plan and implement programs for toddlers, homeschoolers, families, teens, and adults.
-Attend trainings and local events for youth programming.
Library Clerk and Children’s Programmer (July 2013-August 2013)
-Create and manage programming for preschool and K-5 populations.
Intern (August 2012-July 2013)
-Create and assist with programs, including toddler storytime, and adult technology education.

Camp Counselor and Swimming Instructor (June 2010-August 2011)
YMCA of Silver Spring
-Lead two counselors in organizing activities and supervising children ages 4-12.
Start structured reading and art program.

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