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Melissa Gutierrez's Visual Resume

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Transcript of Melissa Gutierrez's Visual Resume

Melissa Ann Joy Gutierrez
Email me at: annjoy4@aol.com
Call me at: (805)766-5328

Professional Experience
Internships in Education
Intern for the Gender Equity Committee (2012-Present)
Intern Motor Development Instructor at CSUN Associated Children's Center (Jan 2012-May 2012)
Intern for the Center of Achievement of CSUN as an Aquatic Therapeutic Exercise Aid
(Jan 2011-May 2011)
Basketball Trainer
M.T.X.E Basketball Training (2012-Present)
Instructors Aid at Santa Barbara City College (2008-Present)
Motivational Speaker
(2012-Present)
Assistant Women's Basketball Coach at Santa Barbara City College (2008-Present)
Santa Barbara City College
(2004-2006)
California State University Northridge (2008-2012)
California State University Monterey Bay (2006-2007)
Education
Played for the Women's Basketball team 2004-2006
Earned the "Most Improved," Award in 2004-2005
First Team All-Western State Conference Award for season 2004-2005 and 2005-2006
Earned the "Vaquero Award," awarded by Santa Barbara City College Athletics Department
Division two student athletes for the women's basketball team 2006-2007
Earned an athletic Scholarship
Earned a BA in Kinesiology Fall 2012
Emphasis in General Studies of Kinesiology
Contributions include:
•Develop academic action plans for at risk student athletes and work with our head coach on the best plan to coordinate these action plans.
•Create practice plans, conduct clinics for our shooting guards and point guards, and to help my players in any way physically or mentally in order to move on to a 4 year university academically and athletically
•Utilization of HUDL (online software program) to create recruiting videos and create recruiting packages that are sent to 4- year universities.
•Analyze game film by utilizing HUDL to improve each players individual or team fundamentals
Contributions include:
•Conduct “spinning sessions” three days per week for the Life Fitness Center students as well as conduct “Fast Fitness” sessions, which are 10-15 min work out sessions that can consist of abdominal workout, basic cardio work outs, stretch and relaxation workouts.
•Aid the instructors in any type of assistance by working the front desk, answering any health/exercise related questions from students.
•Give students advice about exercise techniques.
Contributions include:
•Created a power point presentation titled “The Road to College Athletics.”
•Present to various high schools (Buena High School, Oak Park High School, and Foothill Technology High School) and talk to young women athletes (some males) about the road it takes of being a successful college student athlete.
•Provide resources and tools that will help make the transition from being a high school student-athlete to a college student-athlete and inform them on the expectations and demands of being a collegiate athlete and how these expectations are much different from the high school level.
Contributions include:
•M.T.X.E (which stands for Mental Toughness Xtra Effort) is my business to where I help young female athletes with their basic fundamentals in all the aspects of basketball such as defense, shooting, ball handling, passing, etc.
•The business is also to teach female athletes to be tough not just physically but mentally, by using visualization and goal-setting techniques.
Camp Coordinator for Ventura Wildcats League (Non-Profit Organization) 2009-Present
Contributions include:
• Organizing a full day of basketball drills for a local basketball clinic/league that consists of youth girls between the ages of 9-13.
• Teach and coach basic fundamentals of basketball and I talk to young female athletes on how to be a good team player.
•Lecture young female athletes on the importance of education, the importance of being physically active and how playing basketball or any other sport really teaches an individual to develop good character.
Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are.
John Wooden

Researched and develop an excel spreadsheet of all 112 community colleges in the state of California.
Excel documentation looked at all 112 community colleges sports programs.
Research led to see if each college was compliant with Title IX.
•The Associated Students Children Center (pre-school); supervise twenty-five 3 year olds and to establish lesson plans weekly of physical activities that would help or enhance their motor development
• Focused on the CDC motor development standards for this age group (3 years old) and I developed my activities around those motor development standards, as well as modify activities to fit each child’s needs. Each week a new lesson plan was establish and performed by the children.
Intern at the Center of Achievement, which is a rehabilitation center for people of all ages that have disabilities, special needs, or have suffered from a stroke, injury, or accident.
Responsible for working and creating individualized exercise plans to meet the needs of the patients in the therapy pool twice a week.
Profile
•5 years of teaching and coaching in an educational setting, while guiding students/student athletes towards optimal success with athletics and academics.

•Worked with students from diverse academic, socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds.

•Motivational speaker for the local student athletes who are in the processing of transitioning from high school athletics to collegiate athletics.

•Student athlete at Santa Barbara City College and received an athletic scholarship at a four year university.

•Organized and communicated with students and student athletes on their education, fitness assessments and athletic plans
Fresno Pacific University
(2013-Expected in 2014)
Masters of Arts in Physical Education expected in 2014
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