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Tania Nava

6545 Montezuma Rd. Apt 31W


San Diego, CA 92115
661-364-1317
tnava.29@gmail.com

SKILLS

EDUCATION
San Diego State University Expected May 2016
M.S. Counseling with Specialization in School Counseling, PPS| Major GPA 3.93

-Fluent in reading, writing, and


communication skills in Spanish
-Proficient in Synergy Program

California State University, Bakersfield June 2013


B.A. Psychology, Major GPA 3.7, Overall GPA 3.5, Cum Laude
Mathematics Minor

COUNSELING EXPERIENCE
School Counseling Intern
09/15-present
Westview High School, Poway, CA
Assisted School Counseling Department with schedule changes via Synergy program
Met with students regularly to address academic, personal/social, and career concerns and create action
plans
Attended Intervention meetings and assist in interventions for Academic Success Classes
Supported staff members in Academic Success Classes with weekly visits to check in with students
Provided monthly lessons on various topics to Academic Success classes regarding topics such as
procrastination/motivation, transcripts, and graduation requirements
Provided introductory lesson to Family Connection to 654 9th graders and included personality assessment
School Counseling Intern
09/14 - 05/15
Mission Middle School, Escondido, CA
Provided individual counseling, group counseling, and resources to students
Provided support to students for academic and personal/social issues
Counseled students who were economically disadvantaged and English language learners
Effectively collaborated with teachers and other staff via email and conferences to further support students
Conducted parent conferences to address parent concerns as well as to discuss student progress via test
scores, charts, and other data
Collaborated with cohort members to create and implement guidance and intentional guidance curriculum
and used data, such as pre/post-test, to evaluate their effectiveness
Attended middle school counselor district meetings and staff meetings to gain a better understanding of
policies, practices and programs
Applied ASCA Model at school site through the use of lesson templates, interventions, action plans and data
Lead Tutor
01/15 - present
Tutoring Club, Poway, CA
Assisted children K-12 with homework, studying for quizzes and test, and other study skills
Provided parents with information regarding tutoring services in person or via telephone
Assisted Director by helping students identify issues and set goals to achieve academic achievement
Developed Study Skills curriculum for students and developmentally appropriate for different age groups
Directors Assistant/Lead Tutor/Tutor
10/09 - 07/14
Tutoring Club
Worked with children from K-12, assisting with homework and any other related schoolwork
Worked with children from No Child Left Behind program, of various grades, to improve reading and

mathematics skills
Ensured the completion of proper paperwork for No Child Left Behind program including setting up
appointments for assessments, composing tutoring schedules, individualized curriculum, monthly progress
reports, and invoices to meet deadlines.
Multitasked daily by updating tutoring program for children, answering phone calls, filing paperwork, and
attending to any issues students and tutors may have
Collaborated with teachers and parents to monitor student progress and develop action plans as needed
Assist Director by creating weekly schedule for students and tutors every week

Volunteer
08/14 - present
San Diego State School Counseling Program, San Diego, CA
Provided perspective students during Future School Counselor Day information regarding the program such
as requirements, coursework, and field experiences to gain a better understanding of the program
Assisted faculty and staff during interview process of incoming cohort by providing feedback on candidates
through conversations and observations.
Participated, observed, and assisted faculty, school counselors, superintendents, and other educational
leaders at the White House Convening in having meaningful conversations regarding the school counseling
profession to promote systemic change in the college and career readiness domain
Assist school counselors at Potter Junior High School by providing parents and students schedules and
information regarding coursework for the upcoming school year
Provided graduation seniors information regarding college enrollment such as financial aid, registration, and
any other issues that could arise through Summer Melt Project
Treasure
08/15 - present
School Counseling Graduate Student Association, San Diego, CA
Maintained financial records, formulated budget, collected members dues, and assisted other board
members with various events.

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
American School Counselors Association (ASCA)
California Association of School Counselors (CASC)
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
San Diego, CA
California Student Opportunity and Access Program Financial Aid Training (November 2015)
Certified Mental Health First Aid Training (November 2015)
California Association of School Counselors State Conference LGBT Workshop (October 2014)
San Diego State University White House Convening (November 2014)
Trauma Informed CareFoster Youth & Homeless Education Services (October 2015)
Trauma Informed CareHarmonium (March 2015)
REFERENCES: AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST