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Brittany Voich

387 Glenbrooke Rd. Waterford, MI 48732 (248) 245-5891 voich.brittany@gmail.com

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education Language Arts, cum laude honors, December 2015
Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI
Minor in Spanish Education, December 2015
Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI
Study Abroad in Havana, Cuba, May 2013
Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI
Michigan Teacher Provisional Certification K-8 - pending

CERTIFICATION Elementary Education Certification Test pending


Language Arts Certification Test pending
Michigan Substitute Teacher Certified through EduStaff
American Red Cross CPR/AED and First Aid Adult and Pediatric certification

EXPERIENCE

Student Teacher-5th grade August 2015 to December 2015


Houghton Elementary School, Waterford, MI
Foster a classroom environment which promotes learning and student success as well as develop
and implement lesson plans across the 5th grade curriculum. Teach and observe math, reading,
writing, science, social studies and every day activities in a classroom of 30 students. Other duties
include:
Responsible for whole class, small group and individualized instruction
Recreate and teach science unit on states of matter
Institute and teach grammar lessons
Organize and meet with reading groups based on needs of reading skills
Integrate and use technology within lessons
Communicate with parents verbally, through email and at parent-teacher conferences about
childrens growth, academics and behavior
Attend and participate in all professional development days, professional learning community and
staff meetings, meet and greet, curriculum night and parent-teacher conferences
Create a school wide data board about percentage of students proficient in the NWEA math and
reading tests
Substitute teach when cooperating teacher is absent
Familiar with Common Core, C3 Framework and Grade Level Content Expectations
Floor Facilitator and Store Clerk June 2014 to May 2015
Upper Peninsula Childrens Museum, Marquette, MI
Helped to create an environment for visiting families and children in which they learn through play
and are able to explore many programs and exhibits offered. Other duties included:
Worked with museum staff to run and implement programs
Cared for reptiles and gained a knowledge of reptiles in order to educate and show visitors
Trained and offered guidance to young volunteers
Resident Advisor August 2011 to May 2014
Housing and Residence Life, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI
Facilitated the growth and development of Northern Michigan University students within the

residence halls. Other duties included:


Maintained a safe environment for students to sleep and study
Facilitated meetings both with students and staff
Created programs tailored to students wants and needs
Attended two training sessions each academic year to discuss and learn key roles of the job,
keep updated on campus resources and tie these resources into determining how to help students
best.
Camp Counselor June 2012 to August 2013
Bay Cliff Health Camp, Big Bay, MI
Responsible for 24-hour care and well-being of assigned campers during an eight week therapy
program. Other duties included:
Completed necessary paperwork relevant to each camper in a timely manner each week
Created a learning and safe environment for campers
Responsible for helping the campers complete therapy goals as assigned by other staff
Student Secretary October 2010 to May 2011
The School of Education, Leadership, and Public Service, Northern Michigan University,
Marquette, MI
Responsible for assisting supervisor in daily tasks such as copying, typing, sorting mail. Other
duties include:
Communicated with various schools in the area as well as faculty and staff on campus
Collaborated with faculty and staff to complete projects
Completed any other assigned tasks as directed

EDUCATIONAL
LEADERSHIP

Presenter at the Marquette-Alger Young Authors Conference May 2015 and 2014
Planned and facilitated a week long workshop for over 300 students from the community, allowing
the young authors the opportunity to create and learn. Each year, a childrens book author is
present at the conference and the workshops were based off one of the authors books. In these
particular workshops the students listened to a read aloud of the authors book and used the
information or story to create a piece of artwork.