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Hannah Patarini hannahp2@umbc.edu happyhannah31@gmail.comEDUCATIONUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), Baltimore, MD Graduation: May 2016Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Minor in SociologyGPA: 3.85/4.00Deans List (every semester), Honors College

Howard Community College (HCC), Columbia, MD Graduation: May 2014Associates of Arts, Psychology Letter of Recognition: Early Childhood Development (Preschool)GPA: 4.00/4.00 Phi Theta Kappa, Deans List (every semester), Coca-Cola New Century Scholar (received the highest All-USA Community College Academic Team application score in the state of Maryland)

APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY INTERNSHIPUMBC Psychology Writing Fellows 60 Hours, September 2015 Present Review, edit, and provide informed and constructive criticism on the organization and structure of the writing assignments of students enrolled in The Science & Profession of Psychology Respond to students writing as an interested peer and serve as a sympathetic reader, emphasizing the importance of feedback and revision to the writing process Work directly with professors to discuss students writing challenges and progress, as well as to partake in training to critically evaluate and respond helpfully

SERVICE LEARNINGSpringfield Hospital Center, Eldersburg, MD 20 Hours, March 2013 Assisted staff during open recreation time and directly interacted with individuals who have serious mental illnesses and/or are referred by legal authority for evaluation and/or treatment Spent time playing games, creating art, and speaking with the residents Identified and related Abnormal Psychology course material to real experiences

PUBLICATIONPatarini, H. (2013). Pro-Ana ethnography. Applied Undergraduate Research in Anthropology. December 2013Undergraduate Research Ethnography, Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, HCC Designed a research ethnography on the subculture of those belonging to the digital Pro-Anorexia movement Created a questionnaire survey and interviewed participants on their experiences and involvements in the Pro-Ana movement Published by Dr. Laura Cripps on a site featuring applied undergraduate research in the field of Anthropology

VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIESGrowth Group Leader, Mosaic Christian Church, Elkridge, MD 100 Hours, September 2013 Present Conceptualize and create environments that foster community, connection, and fellowship Research and plan appealing activities and curriculum for groups to participate in Lead groups of 8 15 adults through curriculum or activities, helping to keep conversation on course and generating engaging discussion questions while assisting members in working through the material

Assisted Living and Nursing Home Volunteer, Various Locations 180 Hours, August 2012 Present Volunteer at various assisted living and nursing homes through an activity vendor, planning and preparing crafts that are cognitively appropriate for residents to complete Spend time talking with the residents and creating memorable relationships with them, as well as assisting residents to complete projects as independently as possible, reinforcing cognitive and fine motor abilities

WORK EXPERIENCEChild Care Provider May 2012 - Present Provide dependable and flexible care for three children under the age of two, working in collaboration with parents to nurture, care for, and provide a safe and stimulating environment for their children to thrive in