Michelle Krishnanand’s Resume

MICHELLE KRISHNANAND

Cell: (347) 336-5548; MichelleK71895@gmail.com

EDUCATION:

Baruch College/CUNY, Weissman School of Arts and Sciences               New York, NY

Bachelor of Arts in Corporate Communications                                         Expected August 2017

Minor: Philosophy

WORK EXPERIENCE:

Guideposts                                                                               New York, NY

Editorial Intern                                                              May 2017- Present

  • Assist the editorial coordinator with maintaining the library archives, filing, and receiving deliveries
  • Send correspondence to authors, readers, and other interested parties
  • Read through numerous story submissions weekly to find possible stories feature
  • Investigate accuracy in story submission to pitch in weekly staff meetings
  • Find suitable quotes for the Up Side section in Guideposts

ITHAKA-JSTOR, Inc.                                                               New York, NY

Outreach/College Intern                                      October 2016- Present

  • Assign incoming emails to Outreach representatives using Sugar CRM
  • Assist with several data entry projects for Outreach team
  • Generate orders weekly for institutions use of JSTOR services

Noodle Markets, Inc.                                                              New York, NY

Marketing Intern                                            December 2015- June 2016

  • Managed Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn using monthly content calendar
  • Authored 10 daily short-term twitter and Facebook posts using tweetdeck and Buffer to attract vendors
  • Researched important education conferences, company vendors and performed outreach
  • Analyzed relevant Ed-Tech articles to post on social media platforms
  • Recorded vital information exchanged during weekly staff meetings
  • Updated important vendor information weekly in Salesforce to ensure accuracy in the system
  • Reviewed Google Analytics results weekly to analyze social media presence and improve promotional strategy

LightSail, Inc.                                                                           New York, NY

Content Associate                                       August 2013- December 2015

  • Tailored reading comprehension questions to fit curriculum core standards in schools across the United States
  • Utilized Excel functions such as MATCH and VLOOKUP to efficiently organize 1,000’s of books weekly
  • Sent correctly edited assessment questions to development team overseas to ensure quality of texts in the app
  • Designed and formatted texts to provide easy access through LightSail app and attract younger readers
  • Helped Baker and Taylor correct grammatical errors in Spanish books to ensure accurate translations

LEADERSHIP & ACTIVITIES:

Latin American Student Organization (L.A.S.O)                 New York, NY

Member                                                                February 2014- May 2015

  • Encouraged Baruch Students to attend Latin American Student Organizations event by creating strong relationships among attendees and members by building rapport through interactions utilizing familiar networks

COMPUTER SKILLS:

Proficient in: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, MATCH, VLOOKUP, Microsoft PowerPoint, Google Docs, Dropbox, Twitter, Buffer, Facebook, Sugar CRM, Salesforce CRM

LANGUAGES:

Fluent in Spanish

Juliann Gross Resume

Juliann Gross

30 Ripley Drive

Northport, NY 11768

(631)965-1348

Juliann.gross@baruchmail.cuny.edu

Work Experience

Tumbling Tunes                                                      June 2008-August 2012

Teaching Assistant

  • At Tumbling Tunes, I was responsible for watching children between the ages of 6 months to 9 years of age. I would oversee and organize arts and crafts, music, play time, and story time. I would also oversee the safety of the children while they worked on gymnastics equipment.

Stop and Shop                                                           July 2012-August 2015

Front End Manager/Cashier/Customer Service Rep

  • At Stop and Shop, I was responsible for assisting customers in their shopping needs. I managed breaks for the other cashiers while still having the store run smoothly. I handled bank deposits, Lotto, Western Union, and Money Orders. Any issues or concerns a customer would have I would listen to and solve the problem.

Coach                                         October 2014-August 2015

Nighthawks

  • I was the head coach for a team of girls the ages 10-14. Alongside another coach, we helped to athletically develop these girls, as well as show them proper sportsmanship and good teamwork. I was in charge of making the lineups for the games, and managing who played what position.

Residential in Home Child Provider                                               September 2014-present

Nanny

  • I watch four children all under the age of 14. I give assistance on homework, projects, and manage their time. I also provide for twins who require assistance from dressing, to bathing, to cooking meals, to giving them the love and attention they need.

Education

Baruch College          2015-Present

  • Corporate Communications major
  • Psychology Minor
  • Member of Baruch Athletics Softball
  • 2016 All Sportsmanship Team
  • Coursework in Computer Information Science, English, Spanish, Psychology, and Communications

Suffolk Community College      2012-2015

  • Associates Degree in Liberal Arts
  • Member of Suffolk Athletics Softball
  • Captain of the Suffolk Softball team
  • Two time Second Team All-Region

Additional Skills

  • Time management
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong interest in the marketing/management and communications field
  • Proficient writing skills

Refrences

Melanie Pellegrino                        (Coach)

 M: (646) 872-5249

E: Melanie.pellegrino@baruch.cuny.edu

 

Marie Oneto                                      (Coach)

M: (917) 565-7885

E: m.oneto25@gmail.com

 

Tara Diesel                                         (Coach)

M: (516) 640-9921

E: tdiesel55@gmail.com

 

 

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Maribel Resume

Maribel Peralta

1114 St. Lawrence Ave, Bronx, NY 10472

MaribelPeralta1@gmail.com

Cell Phone: (1)646-239-0199

PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVE

Obtain a position in the social services field where I can apply my skills in communication, management and sales.

WORK EXPERIENCE

Footlocker, Bronx, NY

Sales representative – Sales Lead                                                                  02/2014 – Present

  • Scope out latest styles and share enthusiasm with customers
  • Start up natural, friendly conversations
  • Adapt to different types of customers
  • Resolve issues with a smile
  • Work as a team and reach personal productivity goals
  • Provide great in-store experience

Perlita Restaurant, Queens, NY

Restaurant Assistant                                                                                       03/2013 – 02/2014

  • Customer Services
  • Organization and preparation of employee station
  • Marking and selling products
  • Providing Customers Service as needed
  • Memorization and transcribing information on database system
  • Administering money transactions with customers

C&P Deli Store, Yonkers, NY

 Sales representative                                                                                       02/2011 – 06/2013

  • Professional sales techniques rewarded with superior acknowledgment
  • Positive mood, charisma, and enthusiasm allowed me to interact with general population
  • Processed credit card payment utilizing a portable credit card processing equipment
  • Worked great in a team environment, often times guided other team members

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Bachelor of ARTS | Expected December 2017 | Baruch College, City University of New York

Major: Corporate Communication                   Minor: Sociology

Associate of Arts | Spring 2015 | Borough of Manhattan Community College

Major: Liberal Arts

Consecutively on Dean’s List (Spring 2013 – Fall 2014)

 

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Reading Response – Maribel Peralta

Once I read the Forbes article it reminded me to make the most out of my internship. Not a lot of people get the opportunity to both work and be able to do an unpaid internship while in college. My sister never got the chance to and it’s a very important feature that recruiters look for in their candidates. When I went to my internship I made sure I treated it as a new opportunity to build new ties.
You can never know how much an opportunity can do for you in the long run. That is why when I attended the interview I made sure I was prepared with questions. There will also be other interns working with me and together I hope we can reach the aim of the company, which is to acquire new business. I think it will be an exciting experience for me to work with a start up. I hope to someday also open up my own business and this is a good way to start learning about how to do just that.
The Atlantic article reinforced some ideas I already had in mind about internships. I will use this information to my advantage and make sure that OI make use of my time while I am there. My sister found a job 2 years after graduating from her career because of the lack in her experience. I find that as of now I have an advantage from the position she was in when she was a recent graduate because I am both current employed full time while attending college and I am also currently in the mix of starting an internship. If I had been smart enough I would have taken my teachers advice when I was in High school and should have volunteered for a good cause.
Moving along, when I read the Business Inside article there where a few points that stood out for me like knowing what it is they want you to do. Having a goal is very important to me. As a marketing coordinator at my previous job I felt lost. I never had a clue what it was my boss wanted me to do, I feel like having objectives to reach will help me stand out because I will be excited when I execute them. Dressing for the part is also crucial for me. Since I’m always dressed casually it is going to be a challenge for me to overcome this and dress for success. I will make sure I do though so that it can elevate their impressing of me. I would to find someone there that I can mirror so that I can standout to them as an intern.