Syracuse University (Accounting)
Georgia State University (Enrolled)
My name is Paige and I am a lover of youth, policy, and business development. I believe that children are our future and in order to elicit that change in them, we must elicit it in ourselves first. I am a Senior at Syracuse University studying Accounting in the Martin J. Whitman School of Management.
Throughout my collegiate career, my volunteer and work opportunities have ranged from urban education to accounting. I believe that I have a multi-faceted appeal based off of the work that I have done and that makes me an invaluable contributor to your team. My leadership skills range from being the Executive Vice President of my Professional Business Fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi where I manage eight committee chair members and organize goals for our implementing and planning tool called the Annual Chapter Report. Being in this role has provided me the opportunity to utilize my time and project management skills, as well as diversify my network to leverage my varied passions. Also, I am the Treasurer of my council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, as well as my sorority, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc which has been a great experience for me to establish and apply the concepts that I have learned in the classroom. Budgeting and preparing expenditures for large-scaled events sizing from $20-$100 K has been a great experience for me because it has allowed me to consolidate these budgets and also project revenues from them based off of audience retention from prior events.
I have been a tutor for math for 7th and 8th grade students for two consecutive summers while I taught at a summer enrichment program called Breakthrough Atlanta, so I have strong competency in Pre-Algebra from that prior experience. In high school, I received 100 in all four quarters in my Algebra 1 course and received an average of 93 for my Algebra 2 course. Math has always come second nature to me. I love the analytical and quantitative skills that you have to apply to get to the right answer. I also did private tutoring for an eight grader teaching Algebra and Geometry.
I have a pretty robust and thorough knowledge in all Microsoft Suite Applications, including, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and Excel based off of my consistent use with all four applications on a daily basis. I know how to conduct pivot tables, v and h-lookups and any of your other excel needs. As mentioned, I have a great history in all applications to cater to your needs.
Once again, my name is Paige and I am here to cater to your needs! My name is Paige and I am a lover of youth, policy, and business development. I believe that children are our future and in order to elicit that change in them, we must elicit it in ourselves first. I am a Senior at Syracuse University studying Accounting in the Martin J. Whitman School of Management.
Throughout my collegiate career,
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I received a 100 all throughout college in Algebra 1. It is and was my favorite subject growing up and I also taught pre algebra and algebra to rising sixth and seventh graders during the summer.
I tutored seventh and eight graders in prealegbra and algebra.
I worked with sixth and seventh graders preparing them for the upcoming school year in Prealgebra.