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Cindy Tesch

Cindy Tesch

Johnson City, NY

Student Affairs Professional

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University of Maine

Doctoral Graduate Assistant for the National Collaborative for Hazing Research and Prevention

Presented educational sessions about hazing prevention; updated and maintained website; assisted with proposal development for internal University of Maine programs and for external conferences; participated in project planning; assisted with current research by conducting interviews and analyzing data; researched, reviewed and analyzed existing research on a variety of topics related to hazing prevention

Career medium 05
Career
Career medium 05

University of Maine

Graduate Assistant for Campus Activities and Student Engagement

Developed and implemented an ongoing leadership development series; coordinated and planned annual Student Leadership Conference for 250 participants by coordinating with other offices and departments; advised Student Government Student Organization Committee; assisted in the review of new student organizations; supervised student workers in the Wade Center for Student Leadership; assisted with activities and events such as Welcome Weekend, Friends and Family Weekend, Late Night activities, worked with the restructuring of the Campus Activities Board including constitution development and officer selection; developed and implemented a new program during New Student Orientation assist new students with connecting to student organizations

Career

Arkansas Tech University

Coordinator of Greek Life & Student Organizations

Advised College Panhellenic Council, Interfraternity Council, and National Pan-Hellenic Council; facilitated leadership workshops for all council and chapter executive board members; led monthly meetings of fraternity and sorority presidents; raised the All Greek GPA 5.9%; maintain files and documentation for more than 100 registered student organizations; organized fall Student Involvement Fairs; started a spring Student Involvement Fair; revised and updated the Student Organization section of the Student Handbook; implemented a progress for incoming students to indicate which student organizations they may want to join using existing programs; advised two graduate assistants; produced a monthly staff newsletter

Career medium 01
Career
Career medium 04

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Greek Life Intern

Co-advised Panhellenic Association and Interfraternity Council; assisted in preparation of Mid-American Greek Council awards; Assisted in the facilitation of a leadership retreat for Panhellenic Association and Interfraternity Council executive board members; assisted with formal and informal sorority recruitment; coauthored a proposal for funding of the Educational Benchmarking Inc. (EBI) Fraternity/Sorority assessment; managed EBI assessment; developed a class for sorority women focusing on women’s and campus issues

Career

Drexel University

NODA Graduate Intern

Planned and facilitated training a two week training for Orientation Leaders including information about student service units on campus, campus policies, facilitation skills, diversity, and personal and professional development skills; co-supervised twenty-four orientation leaders; coordinated the training and facilitation of the College Life 101 vignette series during New Student Orientation for all student attendees

Career medium 06
Career
Career medium 06

US Bank

Personal Banker

Explained policies and regulations to customers; provide customers with products and services that best fit their needs; aid customers with account management as they need it; assist with the training of new employees

Career

US Bank

Teller

Balanced cash drawer daily; performed monetary transactions quickly and accurately; kept customers informed about products and services they can benefit from; kept manuals and forms accurate and up to date

Career medium 01
Career
Career medium 05

Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority

Leadership Consultant

Facilitated workshops on topics such as Leadership, Communication, Officer Transitions, Standards Board and Goal Setting; worked with chapter leaders on improving chapter organizations and structure; assessed and advised chapters on all areas of chapter management; explained sorority and risk management policies; met with Greek advisors, chapter advisors and alumnae volunteers to discuss areas of improvement for individual chapters

Career

University of Maine

Doctoral Course work, Higher Education

2011-2013

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Masters of Science, Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis

University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Bachelor of Science, Communication; organizational emphasis.