Bridget Crumb

Crumb@papa.uncp.edu
 

Objective

I am seeking an internship working with young children in grades k-6th, preferably within the classroom environment, where I can further develop my skills in education and working with youth.
 

Education

Junior, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, majoring in elementary education, with a concentration in Sociology, GPA: 3.5

America Reads program- received training to teach adult and child literacy, 1998. This training prepared me to tutor elementary age students in reading at Pembroke Elementary School.

Foundations of Education field experience- Spring 1999; 10 hours of observation experience in the classroom setting. I had the opportunity to go into the classroom and observe the classroom climate, various teaching styles, different class management techniques and student behavior. I learned different techniques in correct instruction within the classroom.
 

Teaching Skills

 Tutorial work

Pembroke Elementary School, 1999

W.I.N.G.S program

 Elizabethtown Primary School 1997

 Social Skills

 

Leadership skills

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
  • Vice President, 1999
  • Community Service Chair person,1998-1999
  • Treasurer, 1999
  • National Pan-Hellenic Council of Sororities and Fraternities, University of North Carolina at Pembroke

  • President, 1999
  • member
  • Junior ROTC, East Bladen High School, all four years

  • First Luitenent
  • Assistant to JROTC instructor
  • Outstanding Cadet several times throughout the 4 years
  •  Army JROTC Summer Camp,summer of 1996

  •  in Colombia, South Carolina
  • named as Honor cadet
  • chosen from 1,500 cadets as one of the top ten cadets of the summer camp
  • squad leader
  • represented my school as the only female to attend from East Balden High School

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    Honors and Awards

     

    Organizations

    Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
    African America Student Organization
    National Pan-Hellenic Council of Sororities and Fraternities, University of North Carolina at Pembroke