I am currently a Pre-Med student at MCPHS University and will be graduating very soon. In addition to my role as a Supplemental Instruction leader, I also hold a role as a Patient Care Technician at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and I volunteer as a Medic for Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership. In the fall, I will be attending Northeastern University for a Master's Degree in Physician Assistant Studies.
I have been a peer tutor and supplemental instruction leader for Biology I & II at MCPHS University for almost three years. Each week I hold 2-4 hours of lecture for the students to review course material and to learn testing strategies, time management, and study skills. I greatly enjoy spreading my knowledge and love of biology to students.
MCPHS University, Supplemental Instruction Leader & Peer Tutor
2017 - Present
•Coordinate & lead two 60-minute peer review lecture sessions per week for Biology I & II including all information discussed in the classroom, study
techniques, and time-management skills
•Collaborate with professor(s) regarding important lecture information, exam
reviews, and student work habits
•Attend lectures, take accurate notes, and understand all assessments, assignments, homework, and projects
•Meet with students one-on-one to provide academic tutoring and teach study skills & strategies on an individual basis
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Patient Care Technician
2017 - Present
•Collaborate with a registered nurse on developing daily care plans for 8-12 patients per shift
•Attend to patients in the Vascular Intermediate Care Unit with constant monitoring of vital signs, peripheral pulses, and patient well-being
•Develop and maintain competencies as delegated by nurse, physician, physician assistant, or nurse practitioner including vital signs, ECGs, sterile dressing changes, activities of daily living, and blood glucose levels
•Maintain safety of patients who have been identified at risk for preventable injury by the...
MCPHS University, Administrative Assistant/Federal Work Study
2015 - Present
•Educate students on a variety of topics which typically requires handling
•Balance the fast-paced office which requires communication with students, parents, faculty, and staff
•Arrange multiple schedules, organize the office, enter data and information, and effectively use advanced components of Microsoft Office