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Noah Jones: A Biographic Sketch

Let me be clear, I do not claim that these ideas are uniquely my own. I have been submerged my entire life in the world of education. The ideas I represent in my brochure have been instilled within me from childhood. From the time I was an infant, I have been frequently surrounded by a holistic educative environment. Before I was born, my mother was an English teacher and registrar at Trilogy School of Learning Alternatives located in Gainesville, FL. Even as soon as 6 weeks after my birth, she brought me along with her to work and as soon as I was old enough, my mother enrolled me in the first grade class at Trilogy (1999). Immediately I was exposed to the innovative curricula of the school. As I progressed from elementary, into middle, and then high school, these ideas and, and in many ways, this culture were a part of my environment. I incorporated them into my own thinking. As I grew older, I applied these ideas and became critical of my own education (a virtue in this system) as well as that of my peers.
In eleventh grade, I took a step away from Trilogy. I enrolled in a class at Santa Fe College. At the same time I began to tutor a middle school student. This was my first formal experience as a tutor. The next year, as a senior, I enrolled full time at Santa Fe College, and then in the second semester, transferred to UF. I took on a more broad range of students from the 5th through the 12th grade level. I taught them subjects ranging from math and science, to History and English. To be closer to my students and to become familiar with a curriculum by the perspective of an educator, I volunteered to be the TA of the chemistry class under Pat Ashton. Through my involvement, I learned countless skills from composing worksheets and writing labs, to lecturing in a classroom setting. Over a period of a few months, a few key ideas that structured my teaching made themselves clear. 1) A strong positive relati

Profile Summary:
Tutoring Elementary through High School Gainesville, FL
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Violin, Writing
Work Experience:
Noah T. Jones
(June 7, 2011)

LONG-TERM CAREER GOAL:
Certification as a Medical Doctor with a specialization in infectious disease.

SHORT-TERM CAREER GOAL:
Gain work experience in that will prepare me for a successful career in medicine.

LANGUAGES:
English, Latin*, Spanish* (*starting to study)

COMPUTER SKILLS:
Microsoft Office Sweet (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, and Outlook) appointment management software (SalonBiz)

EDUCATION:

Fall 2011-Spring 2013 EMT-P Training Program, Santa Fe College

May 2011 High School: Trilogy School and two years dual enrollment at Santa Fe College and the University of Florida. Graduated with Honors


WORK EXPERIENCE:

Fall 2010 – Spring 2011 Teaching Assistant in Chemistry, Trilogy School

Fall 2009 – Spring 2011 Freelance Tutoring High School and Elementary School Students [TBD] students 2011-12, 4 students 2010-11, 1 students 2009-1010, name the fields

Fall 2010 – Spring 2011 Freelance Tutoring Elementary and High School Students in Math, Science, English, Trilogy

May 2011 - present Appointment Clerk (Front Desk Management), Mode Salon. Activities: Answering phones, coordinating services between clients and staff, scheduling appointments using SalonBiz software, confirming appointments, answering product questions

2009 -present Routine house and pet sitting and yard maintenance (2 consistent clients in 2011, 2 consistent clients in 2010, 2 consistent clients in 2009)

INTERNSHIPS:
July 2010 – August 2010 Internship in management of a small business. 1A2Z Enterprises. Employed and supervised by Martin Whitley

VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES:

Fall 2009 – Spring 2010 Hospice
Fall 2009 Hospice Attic Thrift Store

HONORS:
Order of the Arrow Induction (2009)
Graduated with High Honors (2011)

PUBLICATIONS:
Misc. student worksheets for High School Chemistry students
Labs for High School Chemistry students

HOBBIES:
Violin, biking

Contact Information:
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Education:
High School Graduate
Some at Santa Fe College
Some at University of Florida
Organizations / Affilations:
Trilogy School of Learning Alternatives
Noah Jones is located in Gainesville, FL and has the following skills: Tutoring Elementary through High School
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Tutoring Elementary through High School

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Noah T. Jones (Aug 3, 2011) EDUCATION: May 2011 High School: Trilogy School and two years dual enrollment at Santa Fe College and the University of Florida. Graduated with Honors WORK EXPERIENCE: Fall 2010 – Spring 2011 Teaching Assistant in Chemistry, Trilogy School Fall 2009 – Spring 2011 Freelance Tutoring High School and Elementary School Students [TBD] students 2011-12, 4 students 2010-11, 1 students 2009-1010, name the fields Fall 2010 – Spring 2011 Freelance Tutoring Elementary and High School Students in Math, Science, English, Trilogy INTERNSHIPS: July 2010 – August 2010 Internship in management of a small business. 1A2Z Enterprises. Employed and supervised by Martin Whitley HONORS: Order of the Arrow Induction (2009) Graduated with High Honors (2011) PUBLICATIONS: Misc. student worksheets for High School Chemistry students Labs for High School Chemistry students Contact Information: 1905 NW 7th LN, noahtjones@gmail.com, 352 672 1914 Core References: Mr. Quinn Wiggins, Director of Trilogy. (352 332 2110) Mrs. Pat Ashton, Chemistry professor (tortfarm2@aol.com, 352 495 7449) Dr. David Wilson (retired Math Professor, UF) or Dr. Della McMillan Wilson (Consulting Anthropologist) (DCWswamp@yahoo.com or dellamcmillan@aol.com, Tel: 352 377 5250) Others: Upon Request.
Years Experience: 2