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Brianna Mariotti

bmariott@umich.edu (661) 450-5870

EDUCATION University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Michigan GPA: 3.6 | Prospective Majors:B.S. Neuroscience; B.S. Health and Fitness

May 2021 Anticipated

HONORS AND SCHOLARSHIPS California Scholarship Federation

2012-2016

Warnke Scholarship

2016

Richard Chambers Honor and Scholarship

2016

AVID Scholarship

2016

Bridge Scholars Plus Scholarship

2016

EXPERIENCE

Adolescent Health Risk Behavior, Ann Arbor, MI Undergraduate Research Assistant

Oct 2016-Present

Conducted a literature search that contributed significantly to the AHRB literature library

Assisted a senior student advisor with an original research project investigating the effects of parenting behavior on adolescent alcohol engagement

Prepared a poster to be presented at the 2017 UROP Spring Symposium

Pierpont Commons Ugos Store, Ann Arbor, MI Student Employee

Jan 2017-Present

Gained valuable customer service experience

Coordinated with co-workers for efficient store upkeep

Learned register and cash handling skills

Contributed to the maintenance of sanitary conditions of the workplace

Prepared meals as ordered by customers

University of Michigan M-LEAD, Ann Arbor, MI Move-In Maker

Aug-Sept 2016

Helped students move into their dorms and get situated as first year students

Learned about diversity and the skills necessary to exhibit respect for other identities

Boys and Girls Club, Lancaster, CA Robotics Mentor

June-Aug 2015

Dedicated time to teach 30 children (grades 3-8) how to build and program lego robots alongside a peer and the Boys and Girls Club staff

Coordinated with another local Boys and Girls Club to create and host a small scale competition

FIRST Robotics Competition Team 399, Lancaster, CA Manager

June 2015-2016

Communicated team schedule and priorities with team members, families, and mentors

Developed team goals, strategy, and schedule for the year

Acted as the spokeswoman for the team

Oversaw activities of the team to ensure progress toward our overall goal of engaging others in the world of STEM

Maintained professional contact with individuals from organizations such as Society of Women Engineers and NASA