Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority, Inc.

 

2018 - 2020   -   Diversity and Inclusion Chairperson, Sexual Assault Committee Member 

I worked as part of 15-person group to coordinate a fundraiser resulting in over $8,000 for Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders and $10,000 for Cystic Fibrosis. Along with that, I attended bi-weekly diversity and inclusion meetings to brainstorm and implement plans to bring all four Greek councils together. We also organized recovery and counseling programs for sexual assault victims resulting in a safe and judgment-free environment for over 10+ victims. 

This experience taught me how to handle and efficiently work with a large group of people. It also taught me that more often than not, we must put the group first, instead of ourselves in order to achieve something great. 

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York Hospital

2014 - 2016   -   Equipment Manager 

I learned a lot of from working as a kind and non-judgmental source of help for both patients and employees. I followed hygiene and confidentiality protocols in order to maintain the environment necessary in a hospital. Over the 100+ hours of service, I learned how to put others before myself and work efficiently in a team to work towards the welfare of others.

With this experience, I learned how to handle a position that was very hands-off. I had to keep myself on track and it really helped me hone my self-discipline. Furthermore, in this position, I was able to increase my control of my emotions. With this job, I was in contact with many people who were having a very difficult time and I had to put them first and keep my own emotions at bay. 

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Martin Memorial Library

2015 - 2016   -   Mentor

For a little over a year, I spent afternoons after school acting as a mentor to kids and teens who frequented the Teen Forum at the inner city public library. This position taught me some extremely valuable lessons. First, it gave me the tools to become a great leader. I was able to learn how to be a mentor and leader to many different kinds of people with different backgrounds and ages. However, most importantly, it taught me how to listen. It is so easy to get carried away and come to conclusions quickly, and this job made me slow down and use patience and compassion. Overall, this position made me a better person and a better leader. 

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Contact Info:

Jennifer Seabra

jennifer.seabra@gmail.com

(717)793-7309