I learned to move at my own pace and I would do the same with any student! The best way to encourage passion in guitar is learning songs you love. I plan to teach the same way I taught myself - through chords in my favorite songs.
I am currently employed as a legal assistant at a law firm here in Redlands, CA. I have taught myself guitar because I never enjoyed the tutors I had as they had their idea of songs to learn and I had my own.
Please do not cancel the day before - at least 48 hours in advance, aside from emergencies.
I am only willing to travel within the Redlands area.
The ideal student will be looking for beginner to intermediate lessons based on their own experience/prior knowledge (if any).
(concealed information) | (concealed information) | Redlands, Ca
University of Redlands | B.A. in Creative Writing | Class of 2018
General Editor | Redlands Review 2018
As an editor, I learned formatting using different templates and practiced public relations for promoting/advertising. I was able to work closely with a writer in editing their work.
Dean’s List | Spring 2018
To make the Dean’s List, a student must maintain a semester GPA of 3.65 or higher.
Legal Assistant | “Brown, White, & Osborn, LLC”
BWO has the county contract for Guardianship and Conservatorship cases. I am often the first contact the petitioners have and I work with a tight schedule to send investigators from our firm to meet with our clients. In May we were appointed on over a hundred cases and I have enjoyed the fast pace.
In taking over department 08’s legal assistant work, I have also had the opportunity to meet and speak with our clients; drawing up reports on the information gathered so our attorneys can better represent them in court.
In my clerk duties, I help maintain phone calls as well as the mail and scheduling for my department, 08. I work with the probate notes and keep the appearing attorney up to date, as all the attorneys share in the appearances for these cases.
December 2018 - Current
Part-Time Supervisor | “Barnes and Noble College Bookstore”
My daily duties included: Training and managing employees, counting and logging the deposit, receiving and sorting packages, and processing returns/exchanges.
As the Part-time supervisor, it was my responsibility to run the convenience section, maintain a good relationship with the vendors from which I ordered (VISTAR, CoreMark, Imperial, etc.), and logging our soon-to-be expired items in an Excel sheet I created.
Here, I was cross-trained in multiple sections so I was able to complete our duties as the only keyholder. Occasionally managing the store on my own if an associate called in sick.
August 2014 - September 2017
Office/Program Assistant | MSGIS & MGIS Department
As assistant to the Program Coordinator, I was in charge of projects that involved various software, such as PowerPoint, Word, Excel and other uploading websites to complete tasks for my supervisor.
Some of the projects I worked on included the diplomas for our graduates utilizing PowerPoint, assisting in the graduation, and maintaining in Excel (as well as uploading online) our student’s information and projects.
Professors, who worked in the GIS and Mapping departments would stop by my cubicle to ask my opinion on the wording of some reports or presentations they had.
June - September 2017
Office Assistant | Student Employment Center
I worked with filing confidential paperwork and entering the respective employee’s information into Datatel and our Human Resources Services.
In the event both supervisors were out, I was in charge of running the phones (i.e. Taking messages and directing calls) as well as working with our walk-in customers to properly process and file I-9s, W-2s, and scan their I.D.s.
Towards the end of the summer, I worked on a presentation project for my supervisor to administer to the incoming First-Year students.
June - September 2016
Cafe Employee | “Bon Appetit”
I was able to gain hands on experience working in customer service and learning to take initiative in the workplace no matter my given responsibilities.
Often, my duties included maintaining the line and assisting customers efficiently, while monitoring the stock of supplies and food. I enjoyed moving from station to station, helping where necessary at any given time.
October 2014 - April 2018
Susie Carillo: (concealed information) Paralegal at Brown, White & Osborn, known 8 months
Robin Heathcoat: (concealed information) Supervisor at Barnes and Noble College, known 4 years
Kathryn Wood: (concealed information) Director of Student Employment Dept., known 3 years
Olivia Carillo: (concealed information) Supervisor at Bon Appetit, known 2 years
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