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Nino Kapanadze

206 Quentin Road Apt. 6D, Brooklyn, NY 11223 T: (347)-423-2676 nino.kapanadze@stonybrook.edu

EDUCATION

High School Diploma: June 2015


Cathedral High School New York, NY
GPA 3.64.
AP Classes: U.S History, English, Psychology, and Biology
Graduated with honors.
Stony Brook University Stony Brook, NY
GPA 3.0.
Major in Psychology.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Volunteering
Mary Manning Walsh Home: Ambitious volunteer
New York-Presbyterian: Oncology volunteer research
Promotions to Leadership Positions
Shift Supervisor at Ladybug Family Daycare
Match Point Tennis Mixer
2nd Place
Participated in a Tennis tournament composed of various techniques and sets. A
match is won when a player wins the majority of prescribed sets.
Certificate of Promotion
NYPD Explorers are taught importance of higher education, self-discipline, and
respect for authority while they actively participate in community service projects
and other exploring events.
Achieved requirements for Explorers POST: 2017
Promoted to Corporal of Explorers
Principals Honor Roll
96.5 Average
95% average; no grades lower than 90%
Certificate of Academic Excellence

SKILLS

Trilingual in English, Georgian and Russian


Clerical
Writing
Sales and Marketing

EXPERIENCE

Cashier, 06/2017 to Present


East Coast Burrito East Setauket, NY

Desk Monitor, 02/2017 to 05/2017


Residential Safety Program Stony Brook, NY

Model, 09/2014 to 08/2015


Hollister New York, NY
Wear band clothing to showcase apparel and fashion accessories
Answer questions about products, services and merchandize, organizing shelves,
and ensuring customer satisfaction.
Positive and interactive personality.

Receptionist, 12/2013 to 06/2014


Goodyear Pharmacy Inc. New York, NY
I perform reception-providing assistance/direction to patients, staff, and the
general public.
Required to undertake in clerical and data operations.
Able to sell over-the-counter drugs.

Caregiver, 06/2013 to 09/2013


Ladybug Family Daycare Brooklyn, NY
My requirements fall in a wide range due to the fact that I have many roles. I am
responsible for bathing, dressing, grooming and hygiene, and cooking.
Its my priority to learn the schedules of each kid ranging from their naps to their
meals.

AFFILIATIONS

Member, Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity, 2015-Present


International Medical Fraternity at Stony Brook University
Aim to connect future doctors and foster a community of academic excellence and
social engagement.
Brings together selected pre-medical students in order to broaden their awareness
of the medical field through activities.

Member, Sigma Delta Tau Sorority, 2016-Present


Meet weekly to discuss community service projects and volunteer opportunities
throughout campus.
Use teamwork to come up with different events to help the community and create
an atmosphere of school spirit.

Gateways to Health Program, New York, NY, 2013-2014


Offers in a career in the field of Health.
Introduction to this field was portrayed in both a classroom setting and through
medical internship opportunities at several clinical/hospital sites.
Completed my internship at Metropolitan Hospital.
Represents my most meaningful commitment. This program helped me find my
soul by enriching my love for medicine.

Saint George Academy, New York, NY, Winter, 2013


Assisted students in the literacy program in developing literacy skills by reading.
Worked one-on-one with students in a variety of subjects.
Planned and provided instructions and assessment of skills.
Provided results to classroom teachers and families.

OELL College Bound Program, Bronx, NY, Fall, 2013


New York City Department of Education: Office of English Language Learners.
Planned and taught lessons.
Designed contributed ideas.
Held meetings in NYU to recognize the talents of individuals.

Summer Camp Counselor, Emlenton, PA, Summer, 2013


Assisted priests in giving liturgical services.
Developed events for children in order for them to demonstrate their physical and
mental abilities.

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Internship, Metropolitan Hospital, New York, NY, 2013-2014


Completed my internship at a surgical unit.
Worked in busy clinical unit and assisted nurses preparing patients for post-
surgery discharge.
Absorbed surgeries and learned many new methods to medicine.

Volunteer, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, New York, NY, Sumer, 2013


Offered my talents and dedication in patient care and clerical settings.
Performed rounds each morning and afternoon in the Oncology department.

Volunteer, Mary Manning Walsh Home, New York, NY, 2013


Provided holistic care to each resident in an atmosphere of Christian
understanding and faith.
My job included grooming the residents as well as feeding them. I brought food
trays to the patients and attended them if they needed help.
I was encouraged to communicate with the residents.
Undertook in activities to help entertain the residents.

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

World Youth Alliance: Cultural 2014-2016


Forming unity among developed and developing nations.

Future Business Leaders of America: Career-oriented 2013-2015


It is oriented toward developing competent, aggressive business leadership.

Test Prep Masters 2013-2014


Tutoring in English and Mathematics.
Essay writing.
Assistance in assignments.

NYPD Explorers 2012-2014


Career-oriented program designed to educate men and women about Law
Enforcement.
Taught the importance of higher education, self-discipline, and respect for
authority.
We actively participate in community service projects and other Exploring events.
Learn drills and examine general scenarios.

Match Point NYC: Tennis 2012-2014


I have a private coach who I play with three times a week.
Once a week, I attend a group mixer where I have the chance to play with other
competitors. This also includes two hours physical training session.
I participate in tournaments. It rallies scores from the borough but occasionally
from the state as well.

Yearbook Committee: Journalism/Publication 2012-2014


A team of writers coming together to share different ideas. I chose to write about
medical news.