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MICHAEL SAMPSON

Cell: 1-508-455-8450 - msampson95@verizon.net

Skills Summary
Hard-working, confident individual with the ability to learn concepts quickly. Excellent interpersonal skills,
patient and able to adapt in situations, no matter how simple or stressful. Has great experience with behavioral
difficulties in autistic children.

Relevant Work History and Experience


Teaching Assistant, August 2018 to Present
The Campus School at Boston College- 235 Beacon St. Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
 Work as a member of a transdisplinary team in providing educational, therapeutic, and health care
services to children/youth 3-21, with severe multiple disabilities in a private special education school
setting
 Work with students in learning activities, carrying over physical, occupational, and speech therapy
services, as well as assisting students in activities of daily living (feeding, grooming/hygiene,
positioning)
Level 2 Teacher, July 2017 to August 2018
The New England Center for Children- 33 Turnpike Road, Southborough, 01772
 Work with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) using the principles of Applied Behavioral
Analysis (ABA)
 Teach children to acquire skills and maximize independence in the areas of academics, socialization,
self-control of behavior, activities of daily living, communication and employment services
Direct Care, April 2015 to Present
House of Possibilities-350 Washington Street, North Easton, MA 02356
 Work with children with ASD in the facility with activities of daily living, including hygiene, culinary
experiences, fitness, community outings and more
 Work with students to develop social and communication skills, while encouraging independence among
all children
One-To-One Aide, June 2015 to August 2016
Pappas Rehabilitation Hospital for Children-3 Randolph Street, Canton, MA, 02021
 Assist young children and adults with multiple and severe disabilities,
 Assist students to achieve their maximum level of independence in all aspects of life to ensure that
students may eventually transition into the community
Internship (Coaching 4 Change), September 2016 to May 2017
East Middle School- 464 Centre Street, Brockton, MA, 02302
 Mentor Middle School students and provide high quality learning opportunities through enrichment labs
for these youth coming from low-income communities
Mentor (Big Brothers Big Sisters) September 2013 to May 2014
YMCA Youth Branch- 461 Main Street, Brockton, MA, 02301
 Foster positive mentoring relationship with elementary students through goal building activities

Education
Bachelor of Arts: May 2017- Psychology and Criminology
Stonehill College – 320 Washington Street, North Easton, MA, 02357
 3.2 GPA
 Bud and Eileen Roche Scholarship Recipient

High School Diploma: 2013


Foxborough High School- 120 South Street, Foxboro, MA, 02035
 Representative in Class of 2013 Student Council- Vice President
 Student Council Executive Board Member- Publicity Coordinator
 National Honor Society Executive Board Member- Secretary
University of Auckland: Spring 2016
Auckland, New Zealand
 Completed a study abroad experience studying Communications and Criminology
 Established rapport quickly with individuals in an unfamiliar environment while observing culture and
enhancing language skills

References
References available upon request