Bridget Quintanilla


California State University Channel Islands, Camarillo,  Anticipated Graduation: May 2018                                                                                                       

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology

Certificate, Spanish Translation

Skills & Qualifications

  • Over 40 hours of training on issues of diversity and advocacy for social justice in education
  • Excellent oral and written skills and training in public speaking / workshop delivery for groups as large as 60-100 people
  • Fluent in English and Spanish and extensive experience translating for students, parents, and university staff and faculty
  • Reliable to complete tasks under minimal supervision

Professional Experience

University Outreach Student Assistant, CSU Channel Islands

   Supervisor: Vanessa Mendoza, Camarillo CA                                                                                                     March 2016-Present

  • Mentored and motivated K-8th grade students and their families to pursue higher education through various outreach programs and activities
  • Presented workshops on options for higher education to underserved and low-income communities in an effort to raise awareness about greater options through education
  • Directly supported professional staff in the implementation of large scale events for the community
  • Administered college-readiness workshops

Boys and Girls Club Academic Homework Support, CSU Channel Islands

   Supervisor: Pilar Pacheco, Camarillo CA                                                                                                        Spring 2016-May 2016

  • Tutored 60, 1st-8th grade students in various subjects such as math, English, science and history
  • Hosted drama and dance club for participants as a means to gain new skills in performing arts
  • Served as a peer mentor and positive role model for participants

African-American Enrichment Academy Peer Mentor, CSU Channel Islands

   Supervisor: Jansen Chapman, Camarillo CA                                                                                                                             July 2015

  • Facilitated team-builders and leadership activities for 30, 9th-12th grade student participants
  • Delivered life and academic skills workshops
  • Monitored student project time and assisted when needed

Migrant Summer Leadership Institute Resident Assistant, CSU Channel Islands

Supervisor: Gary Gordon, Camarillo, CA                                                                                                          July 2014-July 2015

  • Created a positive living environment for 9th-12th grade students participating in 2-week summer program
  • Oversaw student housing and attended to pertinent issues
  • Conducted college-readiness workshops and provided student development opportunities

Educational Opportunity Program Peer Mentor, CSU Channel Islands

Supervisor: Kari Moss, Camarillo, CA                                                                                                                      Summer 2014

  • Advised incoming students by sharing common knowledge to ease their first-year transition to college
  • Worked collaboratively with professional staff to ensure safe, effective and seamless program success
  • Facilitated large and small group breakouts sessions


Volunteer Work

Leaders in Education Awareness Program Volunteer Lead                                                                August 2014-Present

  • Became an advocate for students of underrepresented communities by teaching about the benefits of higher education

PSY 494- Think Tank Project                                                                                                                             Spring 2016

  • In collaboration with Intercultural Services, the Think Tank Project raised awareness on intimate partner violence

Back to Basics Leadership Retreat, Camarillo, CA                                                                                           March 2014

  • Gained new skills in leadership by adopting a student development approach to leadership

President M.E.Ch.A, Van Nuys, CA                                                                                                                  August 2012

  • Exposed peers to better opportunities for their future through career and college readiness workshops

One thought on “Resume

  1. Jaimie

    Resume looks like you have a good start. Please remove your address and phone number.

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