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Caitlin Hunter

14806 Hickory Post Court Centreville, Virginia 20121


571-314-1514, cth5zn@virginia.edu

Education
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA August 2013-May 2018
 Masters of Teaching in Elementary Education K-6, GPA: 4.0
 Bachelors of Art in Foreign Affairs, Minor in Spanish, GPA: 3.8
 Deans List 6 semesters
 Virginia Teacher’s License expected by June 2018
University of Virginia in Valencia, Valencia, Spain Spring 2016
 Semester long study abroad Spanish immersion program
 Basic proficiency in Spanish language

Teaching Experience
Mary Carr Greer Elementary, Teaching Intern Fall 2017
 16 week student teaching internship in a third grade classroom at a Title I School collaborating with a
mentor teacher, gradually taking control of the planning and implementation of all lessons and daily
routines
 Participated in weekly Professional Learning Community meetings
 Collected and analyzed student data using: Phonological Awareness Literacy Screening, Six Minute
Solution, Measures of Academic Progress, and ACAMB
 Instructed ESOL intervention small groups to help students master mathematics vocabulary
 Used Virginia Standards of Learning to plan and implement instruction for diverse learners,
differentiating by readiness level and student interest
 Implemented Responsive Classroom techniques to build a classroom community and manage student
behavior
Albemarle County Public Schools, Charlottesville, VA- Substitute Teacher January 2018- Present
 Taught as a substitute teacher for grades K-5
Saint Timothy’s Catholic School, Chantilly, VA- Substitute Teacher May 2016- Present
 Taught as a substitute teacher for grades 6-8
Woodbrook Elementary, Baker Butler Elementary, Practicum student Fall 2016-Spring 2017
 Observed and assisted in Albemarle County Public Schools for 60 hours, Kindergarten and Third
grade
 Planned and implemented 6 lesson plans in Literacy, Science, and Social Studies
Mary Carr Greer Elementary, Tutor Fall 2015, 2016
 Taught 60 hours of individualized reading intervention for fifth and fourth grade students

Professional Experience
Citizen Burger Bar, Charlottesville, VA- Hostess January 2018- Present
 Provide customer service by answering the phone, greeting and seating guests, and running the wait
list
 Manage other restaurant duties including to-go orders and bussing tables
Curry School of Education, Charlottesville, VA- Research Assistant Spring, Summer 2017
 Composed reports summarizing research data analyzing preferences of elementary school students
and the effect on their learning
The Congressional Camp of Virginia, Falls Church, VA- Camp Counselor Summer 2014, 2015, 2017
 Supervised group of up to 25 campers (3rd, 4th, 8th and 9th graders) and assisted with activities working
with co-counselors and administration to plan events and organize weekly camp activities
Farmington Country Club, Charlottesville, VA- Youth Activities Assistant Fall- Spring 2016
 Supervised playtime, mealtime, and naptime for children ages 3 months- 10 years old
 Staffed family events including holiday parties, movie nights, and dances
Camp Lohikan, Lake Como, Pennsylvania- General Camp Counselor Summer 2016
 Responsible for group of 7-12 campers, ages 6-9, during the day and overnight for 2 week sessions

Volunteer Experience
Southwood Boys and Girls’ Club of America, Charlottesville, VA- Tutor August 2014- May 2017
 Volunteered after-school to aid students from local elementary and middle schools with homework
Colegio de Escolapias, Valencia, Spain- First Grade Teaching Assistant Spring 2016
 Cooperated with a lead teacher in an English Language class in a first grade classroom twice a week
 Assisted with in class activities, participated in school-wide events and festivals, administered
assessments
Alpha Phi Fraternity, University of Virginia- Director of Community Service Fall 2015- Spring 2016
 Organized community service for members of the sorority including tutoring services at the Boys and
Girls Club and alternate activities
Volunteers with International Students, Staff, and Scholars at UVA, Charlottesville, VA- Language
Consultant Fall 2015
 Met weekly with two visiting scholars from China to practice conversational English
Madison House, Charlottesville, VA- Youth Soccer Coach Fall 2014- Spring 2015
 Facilitated weekly practices and games for a team of girls ages 6-8
 Communicated with parents and league coordinators to schedule field time