SAMPLE RESUME

Anthony Kiedis
9130 Stanford Ave. Apt. 3425 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana  70808
kroberts@funhouse.net
225-761-8866
 

OBJECTIVE

To obtain a position where I can utilize skills and abilities acquired through academic preparation and practical experience in the field of Social Services.

EDUCATION

Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Master of Social Work
Graduation Date:  December 1999

Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, Louisiana.
Bachelor of Arts, Social Work
Minor, Psychology
Graduation Date:  August 1996

RELATED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

YMCA/Paula G. Manship Branch, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
    Teen Program Staff, 1998-present.

  • Provided positive programming for teens while teaching Christian values.
  • Enabled teens to sharpen both social and leadership skills advocated by the YMCA.
  • Assistedprogramming for  a 3,500 sq. ft. teen center 
       Day Camp Site Coordinator, 2000-present
  • Responsible for the organization and implementation of adolescent programming.
  • Utilized positive management skills to solve staff issues.
  • Demonstrated strong organizational and supervisory skills. 
  • Responsible for the well-being and safety of swimmers.
  • Assisted with the care and maintenance of an aquatic management facility.
Res-Care, Inc., Metairie, Louisiana.
     Individual Service Coordinator, 1997-1998.
  • Served as an advocate for individuals with mental retardation.

  • Provided individuals with active treatment fundamental for an ICF MR.
  • Supervised, coordinated, and monitored the development of    programming for individuals.
  • Provided staff with the necessary skills and training.
  • Served as an acting member on the Human Rights Committee.
Rehabilitation Living Center, Covington, Louisiana.
     Resident Counselor, 1996-1997.
  • Provided quality assistance to residents with brain injury.
  • Responsible for the quality of life for residents.
  • Utilized skills in crisis management and problem solving.
  • Assisted in physical, cognitive, and speech therapy with residents.
  • Responsible for daily programming of activities.
  • Acted as a job coach and provided transportation for residents.
Magnolia School, Incorporated, Jefferson, Louisiana.
     Vocational Trainer/Camp Counselor/Teacherís Aide, 1988-1994.
  • Provided quality assistance to the developmentally disabled.
  • Responsible for welfare and transportation of the clients.
  • Coordinated educational and recreational activities for clients.

  • Demonstrated skills at handling difficult situations and solving problems.
  • Helped clients develop and utilize basic skills and resources.
ADDITIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

St. George Elementary School, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
     Substitute Teacher and Before/After-Care Worker, 1999-present.

  • Responsible for continuation of classes and maintaining balance in the absence of teachers.
  • Utilized leadership skills in handling student, parental, and 

  • faculty complications.
Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, Louisiana.
     Student Worker for Student Support Services, 1995.
  • Scheduled clients for university personal and academic counseling program sessions.
  • Responsible for confidentiality in the management of clients records.
INTERNSHIPS
  • River Parishes Mental Health Clinic, LaPlace, Louisiana, 1996.
  • Family Services Mental Health Clinic, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1998-1999.
HONORS AND ACTIVITIES
  • Served on the Campus Activities Board
  • Member of the Social Work & Sociology Club
  • Moisant Kiwanis Club Scholarship
  • American Legion Scholarship
REFERENCES
Keith Bellard 
Associate Executive Director
Paula G. Manship YMCA
8100 YMCA Plaza 
Baton Rouge, La 70810
(225) 767-9522

Doreal Noble, Ph.D.
Louisiana State University
School of Social Work
Huey P. Long Building
Room 206
Baton Rouge, La 70803
(225) 388-1328