Seeking a position with the Green Bay Police Department utilizing leadership, communication and problem solving skills.
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Green Bay, WI
Bachelor of Arts, Communications May 2022
Related Courses: Small Group Communication, Intro to Comm, Elements of Media
Computer: Microsoft Word, Power Point
Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Athletics Green Bay, WI
Division I Student-Athlete June 2018 – Present
- Balance 30 hours/week of team practices, home and away games, team meetings, strength and conditioning workouts while maintaining a full-time academic course load
- Attend weekly development programs, film screenings and drills to enhance sport performance
- Participate in team volunteering opportunities within the Green Bay community
Kevin Borseth Basketball Camps Green Bay, WI
Camp Counselor June 2018
- Instructed 12 girls ages 5-18 on basketball moves and techniques in order to help campers improve skills
- Mentored campers on the importance of doing well in school and practicing to get better at the sport of basketball
Seymour Community School District Seymour, WI
Basketball Coach Sept. 2014 – May 2018
- Modeled leadership skills and communication in live action games in order to show campers the importance of being a team player
- Demonstrated all skills campers would complete at stations in order to communicate and show expectations for the basketball skill
- Kevin Borseth (Head Coach of Green Bay Women’s Basketball Team)
- Sarah Bronk (Assistant Coach of Green Bay Women’s Basketball Team)
“NACE skills” can be defined as skills that are developed throughout time by using certain skills in class that have furthered your learning. For example, like being able to cooperate with peers, applying knowledge you have learned in other areas besides that one class, and simply being able to notice the skills you have used throughout your time in the classroom and being able to reflect on them. (The link to “NACE skills” is below)
First reflection is from GPS with Professor Dapra & second reflection is from Small group COMM with professor Resop.
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(Build collaborative relationships with colleagues and customers representing diverse cultures, races, ages, genders, religions, lifestyles, and viewpoints. The individual is able to work within a team structure, and can negotiate and manage conflict.)
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An assignment that we did was the “Humans of New York Photo”. This created a lot of inspiration to get more ideas flowing for the service project. Having the whole class come up with ideas on what the story might’ve been about based on the picture. It made us have to bounce ideas off each other to get a realistic story of what it could be. Reading the story after and knowing what the photo truly was about was good for getting ideas on why they chose to take the picture like that. This assignment created a lot of teamwork in a positive way and was also kinda fun at the same time. This helped get our service project some creativity for when people conducted interviews. We have set up a website for our Humans of Green Bay stories that were going to get. Being able to see what people have gone through or how people have over come certain things will hopefully make other people want to share theirs stories with us as well.
(Demonstrate personal accountability and effective work habits, e.g., punctuality, working productively with others, and time workload management, and understand the impact of non-verbal communication on professional work image. The individual demonstrates integrity and ethical behavior, acts responsibly with the interests of the larger community in mind, and is able to learn from his/her mistakes.)
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For this class we had to turn in an assignment called, “Fishbowl”. We had a small group presentation and had a problem to solve. We had to pretend it was a business meeting and had to work in a professional way together to come up with a solution on how to fix it. We had a group leader and he led us through an agenda. The problem we had to solve was how to create a better website. We had to look at the website before the “meeting” which meant you needed to be prepared or you wouldn’t be able to contribute in any way. This made us have to work productively to get all the problems down before moving onto any solutions. Once we did get to the next step in our agenda we had to come up with solutions on how to fix these problems. There was some conflict on what ideas were better to do than others, but it made us have to learn how to compromise and ultimately meet in the middle. Overall I liked this presentation because it made a group of people with all different ideas come up with one solution that we all could agree upon to meet our task and get through our agenda.
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