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ASHLEY N.

WHITFIELD
3442 Lexington Ave. | Lorain, OH 44055 | (440)-989-6127 | aw726511@ohio.edu

OBJECTIVE

Obtain a position as an early childhood educator at a public institution.


EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science, in Education (B.S.Ed.)


Ohio University: Athens, OH

May 2016

Major: Early Childhood Education

Related course work: Guidance & Management in Early Childhood Education, Infant and
Toddler Development, Diversity in Early Childhood Education, Play & Creativity in Early
Childhood Education, Child Development, Sophomore Clinical Experience, Learning & Human
Development, Learners w/ Exceptionalities, Junior Clinical Experience, Teaching Reading
PreK-3, Teaching Mathematics PreK-3, Philosophies & Theories in Education, Technology in
Education

SKILLS & ABILITIES

Related Field Work

Teacher Education Exploration (T.E.E.): A program designed for high school seniors who are
interested in pursuing a career in education. Students spent two hours a day (Mon-Thurs) in
various classrooms observing and acting as student teachers. On Fridays, students attended
seminars to learn Best Teaching Practices and how to incorporate them into their field
placements.

Alpha Lambda Delta Pen Pal Program: Members are paired up with a local elementary school
student where they write letters back and forth to each other. This gives members a way to
contribute to a young childs literacy skills in hopes that they can improve their writing
abilities through simple communication.

Rural Urban Collaborative (R.U.C.): Students participating in this program travel to an urban
classroom setting where they spend 32 hours observing a class related to their major. While
observing a 3rd grade classroom, I was required to write several reflective journals about my
experiences in the program. Students participating in R.U.C. were also require to attend an 8
hour seminar where all students enrolled in the course (from all Ohio Regional Campuses)
met and discussed best teaching practices, experiences, and lessons learned. Experienced
teachers, principals, and administrators provided students with information that would help
us as future educators.

Leadership

Named to Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society Fraternity: Alpha Lambda Delta is an honor
society for first-year students who have a minimum 3.5 GPA measured on a 4.0 scale.

OMSAR Scholar: A program designed to attract and retain highly talented and capable
students of diverse backgrounds to maximize their leadership potential through educational
and service opportunities

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Team Leader
Kids on Campus (Trimble Site)

As a team leader, it is my responsibility to work with second


grade students in the after school program. I lead them in
three different aspects of the day: recess/snack, enrichment,
and homework help.

Peer Mentor
Office of Multicultural Student Access and Retention (OMSAR)

February 2014 to 2014

Peer mentors serve as role models to the first-year students

May 2013 to Present

and assist in the transition from high school to college.

Peer mentors help first-year students navigate through the


college experience by making students aware of the available
university resources, services, and offices.