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Andrew M. Lonigro

808 North Jefferson Street

Connellsville, PA 15425

Phone: 724-984-8537

Email: andylonigro@gmail.com

 


Profile:

  • Energetic person with a positive outlook on education
  • Firmly believe that every child can learn especially when taught in a creative and engaging way
  • Rooted in strong work ethic as evidenced by collegiate athletic participation, involvement in extra-curricular activities, and grade point averages.

 

Education:

Seton Hill University, Greensburg, PA                                                        2005-Present

  • Major: English/Creative Writing also pursuing secondary teaching certification
  • Cumulative GPA: 3.8
  • Expected Graduation Date: May 2009

 

Connellsville Area High School, Connellsville, PA                                  2001-2005

  • GPA: 3.74; Class Rank: 28/425
  • Recipient of Tim Bollibon Award
  • Nominated for WPIAL Student/Athlete of the Year

 

Professional Experience:

Writing Consultant                                                                                               2006-Present

Seton Hill University Writing Center and ESL Studies                            Greensburg, PA

  • Tutor undergraduates as well as graduate and adult students in areas of English pertaining to writing
  • Engage in helping them understand and develop their own individual writing process
  • Create a learning atmosphere that discourages directive teaching and encourages the student-lead development of the individual’s writing skills

 

TSS for autistic child                                                                                            2006-2007

Alliance Health Wraparound South, Inc.                                                     Uniontown, PA

  • Worked with an 8 year old autistic boy at a YMCA day camp
  • Motivated child to step beyond his comfort level and engage in socially broadening conversations and situations
  • Served as a positive role model for a child with behavioral and emotional deficiencies
  • Diffused potentially harmful situations by diverting the child’s attention to positive thoughts or ideas

 

Orientation Assistant                                                                                         2007-Present

Seton Hill University                                                                                           Greensburg, PA

  • Represent the university in a positive and responsible way
  • Provide freshmen and other first-year students with the information they need to succeed at the university
  • Make new students feel comfortable and accepted into the Seton Hill community by engaging in meaningful conversation and answering questions honestly and truthfully

 

Activities:

Big Brothers Big Sisters Program                                                                    2007-Present

Metzger Elementary                                                                                            Greensburg, PA

  • Provide a positive male role model for a child who had social deficiencies
  • Engage in simple, fun activities to create a positive enjoying time for the child

 

English Club                                                                                                            2007-Present

Seton Hill University                                                                                           Greensburg, PA

·         Serve as Treasurer

·         Exercise responsibility and dedication in the handling of financial information

 

Men’s Varsity Basketball Team                                                                       2005-Present

Seton Hill University                                                                                            Greensburg, PA

·         Three-year member of the team

·         Engage in a competitive atmosphere where teamwork is integral to success

 

Habitat for Humanity                                                                                         2007-2008

Seton Hill University                                                                                          Greensburg, PA

·         Worked with a team of volunteers building houses in Birmingham, Alabama for families in need of a home

·         Exhibit the act of charity in taking a stance for economic justice

 

References:


Kim Pennesi                                                                      Philip Dorazio

Seton Hill University                                                       Alliance Health Wraparound South, Inc.

Writing Center and ESL Coordinator                         Director

Phone: (724) 830-1080                                   Phone: (724) 430-0098

Email: pennesi@setonhill.edu                    Email: alliancehealth@atlanticbbn.net

 

Heidi Eutsey

Connellsville Area High School

English Teacher

Phone: (724) 628-1350

heutsey@casdfalcons.org

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2 Comments

Glad to see you have a "positive outlook on education."

Hi, I think your resume is great. And I believe I learn a lot from you. (http://blogs.setonhill.edu/KepingWang/2008/10/what_i_learn_from_my_classmate.html)

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