Educational Facilitator – Inclusion Alberta

Please consider me in your search for an Educational Facilitator, MacEwan University.

I believe my combination of experience in education, communications, residential care and marketing, makes me an ideal candidate.

My Education Degree from the U of A, led me to over 10 years of teaching kids from Grade Three to Adult in seven different countries. While overseas, I developed curricula, educational materials and assessments for many different educational programs including the Irish Leaving Certificate, IGCSE and PYP, MYP and Diploma Baccalaureate.

As what I hope is a meaningful aside, I have taught Journalism at Grant MacEwan Community College; completed courses in MacEwan University’s Hearing Aid Practitioner Program and studied history with Grant MacEwan while he was teaching at The University of Calgary.

When I returned to Canada in 2012, I launched my website to highlight my creative talents in writing, painting, photography, videography, music and graphic design. My art emphasizes the positive and my Happy Face Series is a good example.

My communications background includes time spent as a Communications Officer for The University of Calgary, a Writer/Editor for various commercial publications, a Marketing Support Specialist and as the Owner/Operator of a direct-mail advertising franchise.

I’ve also worked as a Residential Care Worker for the Prince George Association for Community Living and Thomson Community Services, where I served clients with varying degrees of physical and cognitive challenges, including autism.

I believe I am an ideal candidate for this position. Accordingly, let me suggest we meet to discuss the contribution I could make to the Kids with Cancer Society in filling the role of Family Program Coordinator