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By:Ray C. <dncc@yahoo.com>
Date: 29 March 2018

Ray C.
Hinesville, GA (USA)
phone: 9124327483/email: dncc@yahoo.com

Teach English Abroad

citzenship: American
english ability: Native Speaker
marital status: Single
health: Excellent

Clark Atlanta University (CAU), Atlanta, Ga (USA)
Whitney M. Young, Jr. School of Social Work
Master of Clinical Social Work (MSW), May 2004

Armstrong Atlantic State University
Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice, May 2002

Mobile Health Consultant (Self-employed/Independent), January 2006 - present
⦁ Presentations and Workshops both to individuals and groups, (teaching and lesson planning)
⦁ Health coaching
⦁ Offer support, encouragement, and product and service advise
⦁ Conduct independent research
⦁ Travel

Divine Life Early Learning Center, Monroe, Louisiana
Consultant/Executive Advisor December 2006 -May 2009
⦁ Co-designed/developed Center's Operational and Organizational Structures and Co-designed Center's Youth summer camp with Owner that targeted underserved children ranging from

ages (4-9) - an explorative project that serves 8-12 children annually
⦁ Developed After School and Summer Camp Curriculm(s)
⦁ Advisor to Center's Principal and served as advisor facilitating meetings with management team and volunteers
⦁ Counsels, mentors Center's staff on service implementation and delivery
⦁ Developed, planned, and implemented small community fund raising events
⦁ Conducted research on nutrition and health for it nutritional program
⦁ Designed and implemented simple evaluation measures, short questionaires and video chronicling program projects processes and parent/child interviews

Child Care Service Provider, Hinesville, Georgia
Independent Contractor, October 2005 - April 2006
⦁ Developed and implemented a family oriented After School Service for small group of children (7-9), ages 4-12
⦁ Provided counseling, tutoring, mentoring, and confliction resolution sessions with children
⦁ Coordinated group activities
⦁ Provided family mediation sessions

⦁ Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia (USA):

Senior Match Advisor, June 2004-January 2005
⦁ Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia:

Match Coordinator, June 2002-January 2004
⦁ Village of St. Joseph's Counseling Program, Atlanta, Georgia:

Counseling Intern (Clinical Social Work), September 2003 - May 2004
⦁ Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia:

Match Coordinator Intern, September 2002-May 2003
⦁ Juvenile Justice - Chatham County Group Home Emergency Shelter, Savannah, Georgia:

Internship, January 2002 - May 2002
⦁ Chatham County Juvenile Court - Conflict Resolution Program, Savannah, Georgia:

Facilitator Intern, November 2001 - May 2002

Youth On The Move, Atlanta, Georgia
Independent Advisor/Facilitator (Volunteer), January 2005 - September 2005
⦁ Provided counseling, mentoring, and conflict resolutions to at-risk youth of a faithbased youth group - (30-40) children ages 12-18
⦁ Planned and coordinated group activities along with othe advisor facilitators
⦁ Facilitated youth groups
⦁ Provided family mediation session

Manna Health, Monroe, Lousiana
Consultant (Volunteer) June 2008 - October 2008
⦁ Developed and initiated community Buy Food Cooperative along with store owner, in rural/urban underserved community - the store's first cooperative.
⦁ Researched and assessed community's needs, willingness to participate, and desire to have access to such a service
⦁ Planned and facilitated small community meetings, presented data on health, nutrition, and the benefits of cooperative sharing.

⦁ AASU Student Government Association, Senator: 2001-2002
⦁ 3 years Division 2 College Basketball Player: 1998-2000
⦁ Camden County Memorial Scholarship, Recipient: 2002
⦁ Minority Academic Achievement Scholar (MACAS), Recipient: 2001-2002
⦁ CAU Chapter of the NABSW, Historian: 2002-2003
⦁ Program Evaluation of the Young Leaders Academy, Executive Board Member, April 2004 - December 2004
⦁ Initiated Community Buying Food Cooperative, Manna Health, Consultant/Advisor: September 2008

⦁ Presentation of the 2004 Claudette Rivers-King Award at the 2004 Clark Atlanta University Whitney M. Young, Jr., School of Social Work's Graduation Ceremony
⦁ Closing Speaker at both 2007 and 2008 Kamp Kousins End of Kamp Celebrations of the Divine Life Early Learning Center.

Proficient in Microsoft Office, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and some Web Design.


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