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JONATHAN HEATH MILLER

1893 Shadetree Dr  San Marcos, CA 92078  (606) 367-0495  jonathanmiller@sandiego.edu


EDUCATION
University of San Diego, San Diego, CA
Masters of Education, May 2019 4.0 GPA
Georgetown College, Georgetown, KY
Bachelor of the Arts in History (minor in Political Science), May 2011
Awards: Samuel Zenas Ammen Award for Chapter excellence
Activities: Muscular Dystrophy Association Volunteer; Kappa Alpha Order Fraternity Member; Kappa Alpha Order
Educational Foundation Representative
EDUCATIONAL TRAINING
GLSEN Workshop LGBTQIA+, San Diego, CA
Training for educators addressing requirements stipulated in CA LAW AB 827.

Inclusive Classroom Seminar – Diana Carson, San Diego, CA


Learning the importance of empathy for students with disabilities and discussing inclusive curriculum.

Mental Health First Aid Training, San Diego, CA


Trained in how to respond to youth with mental health issues.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
High Tech High North County, San Marcos, CA
Student Teacher
Teaching history/humanities and politics to 9th grade students. September 2018 – May 2019

Monroe Clark Middle School, San Diego, CA September 2017 – May 2018
Student Teacher
Teaching middle school World History to 7th grade students.

Substitute Teacher, San Diego, CA September 2017 - Present


Substitute teacher for the San Diego Unified School District.

Substitute Teacher, San Marcos, CA March 2019 – Present


Substitute Teacher for High Tech High North County

WORK EXPERIENCE
United States Navy, San Diego, CA June 2012 – June 2017
Weapons Supervisor; Rank AO2/E5:
Secret Security Clearance
Served five years and three deployments onboard three separate US Naval Carriers:
USS Theodore Roosevelt CVN71: Deployed on the Operation Inherent Resolve tour. Effectively supervised and improved
the overhaul of 26 weapons carriers and handling equipment, encompassing 1,440 man hours, and saved the NAVY $240,000
in costs. Instructed and qualified 85 weapons operators and supervisors in order to maintain defense measures aboard the
ship. Supervised movement and stowage of 2.7 million pounds of ammunition valued at $165 million. Administered career
advice and counseling to 45 sailors ensuring they were informed of available career opportunities. Responsible for 26
weapons carriers and handling equipment valued at $1.4 million. Served in Operation Inherent Resolve, launching 1,114
missile attacks on ISIS, expending ammunition valued at $37.4 million.
USS George Washington CVN73: Deployed on the Southern Seas Deployment and Operation UNITAS tour. Supervised 280
maintenance actions on weapons systems as part of defense for the ship. Instructed and qualified 40 personnel resulting in an
80% increase in qualified weapons operators in order to maintain defense measures aboard the ship.
USS Ronald Reagan CVN76: Deployed on the Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) tour. Supervised 200 maintenance actions on
weapons systems as part of defense for the ship. Oversaw the movement and stowage of 1,194 tons of ammunition. Worked
under the Defense Travel Team which authorizes sending service members to school in order to become qualified for their
positions on the ship and was responsible for 2,800 travel authorizations. Was accountable for a $946,000 travel budget for
the entire command. Effectively managed and reduced the command debt from $14,000 to $1,500.
Awards:
 Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal – USS Theodore Roosevelt CVN71 – June 2017
 Navy and Marine Corps Good Conduct Service Medal – June 2015
 Naval Battle E Flag award – USS George Washington CVN73 – December 2015
 US Navy Sailor of the Month – USS Ronald Reagan CVN76 – January 2013 and June 2014

Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, KY August 2011 – June 2012


Library Technician/Oral Historian:
Was responsible for the material condition and preservation of oral history interviews. Transcribed oral interviews for
the Kentucky Historical Society. Conducted genealogy research for individuals seeking information about their lineage.
Was accountable for the material condition and preservation of historical documents and ledgers.

Champions Trace Golf Course, Lexington, KY May 2011 – August 2011


Golf Course General Manager:
Managed the daily operations of Champions Trace Golf Course. Supervised 4 personnel in the everyday duties of
running the golf course. Was responsible for all merchandise in the pro shop. Coordinated golf events, such as
tournaments and award dinners, for the members and general public. Assisted the PGA professional with instructing
golf lessons and numerous golf skills camps.
Hobbies
 Volunteer coaching Little League baseball
 Coaching
 Golfing
 Training my Schnauzer-mix rescue dog
 Reading parenting books
 Real Estate
 University of Kentucky sports fanatic
 Traveling