Having taken multiple psychology classes, secondary education classes, worked at a daycare as an assistant teacher and would travel to schools to teach kids about neuroscience through the western neuroscience club, I have lots of experience with breaking down larger concepts and keeping students focused. With whatever concept I'm teaching I make sure to use references that the student will understand and have background knowledge on then build from there.
I am a student at Western working on my biology bachelors and have a associate degree through running start. I was the co-captain the neuroscience club for a year at Western where I gave small presentations on the similarities between the brain and computers, my computer science minor and psychology minor contributed a lot to those presentations.
• Biology — Molecular and Cell Biology Emphasis, BS
Minor in computer science & minor in psychology
Western Washington University – Bellingham, WA
September 2018 to 2021
• Associate degree in Integrated studies
Cascadia Community College - Bothell, WA
September 2016 to August 2018
• High school Diploma
Inglemoor High School - Kenmore, WA
September 2015 to June 2018
Tech experience in Java, HTML, CSS, Adobe Animations, Blendr, Twine, Excel, Microsoft office (1 year), Microsoft teams, Pymol, PDB and terminal.
Child Care experience in early childhood, childcare provider, teacher aide, CPR certified, taken secondary education classes for science curriculum and multiple psychology classes related to development including cognitive and lifespan psychology.
Fluently Bilingual in Spanish and took Chinese in high school, Co-captain of the neuroscience club 2019- 2020, Washington state business license holder.
Worked in HTML on an interactive school activity called Digital Privacy Detective which had a goal of teaching young adolescents about personal information on the internet. I worked under Dr. Caroline Hardin and used twine and HTML to make an interactive story. Left due to not getting funding from grants.
The links included below are presentations I made as my contribution to the neuroscience club. I compare the brain to a computer, and I take it further by trying to understand our habits by exploring the brains language.
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