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Diane Dorman Human Service and Counseling associate

Kentucky
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Diane Dorman                                                                                                 Phone: 270-378-0483

146 South Fork Terrace Rd                                                         Secondary Phone: 270-378-0503

Glasgow, Ky 42141                                                                   Email: diane.dorman@lindsey.edu

Objective:

Acquire an entry level position to obtain experience related to Human Services field.

Education:

High School Diploma, May 2013; Barren County High School.

Bachelor of Arts in Human Services and Counseling, December 2017, Lindsey Wilson College

Extracurricular Involvement:

Marching Band Member– Percussion–high school

Interior Design–high school

JROTC Member–High school

FFA—high school

 

Volunteer Work Experience:

May 2016 – August 2017 – International Center of Kentucky – Assist case managers with daily responsibilities and organize donations for client use.

September 2015 – April 2016 —AmeriCorps ATEAM Member- Park City Elementary School- facilitation of small groups of children, fourth and fifth grade and Kindergarten, that need extra assistance in reading, literacy, and math.

August 2015- September 2015–Barren County Youth Service Center Coordinator volunteer assistant- providing technical assistance in Youth Service Center to Mrs. Brenda Chaney.

October 2015-present–Kids Now Plus Volunteer- Assisting with marketing and information booths to disburse information in community regarding Healthy baby workshops offered in BRADD county area.

October 2014-October 2015–Red Cross Volunteer- Recruitment and community event booths. Assist with office administration duties, and assistance with providing program services.

March 2013-August 2014–International Center of Kentucky Assistant volunteer– Assist with activities, development, and supervision in Refugee youth leadership afterschool program. Assist in development of curriculum for English as a Second Language classes.

*Campaign disbursement information assistance-help in distribution of campaign information at community events.

 

References:

*Ciara West, Co-volunteer, American Red Cross,

270-320-5322

*Shanika Feagins, Preferred Community Coordinator, Bowling Green International Refugee

Center, 270-799-5920

*Kelly Cline, Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, Kentucky Career Center

270-651-5147