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Hallie Uhrich

Learning Community Coordinator

MNSU Learning Communities
Start Date  August 9, 2017 - May 4, 2018

In the 2017-2018 school year I was the Learning Community Coordinator for the Honors Leadership and Civic Engagement Learning Community. Unlike my previous learning community, this learning community will have students who are not freshman in it making it a different experience than what I had previously encountered. However, I am excited to be able to help these honors students complete their competencies and the other requirements of the program. 

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Children's Museum of Southern Minnesota
Start Date  May 11, 2017 - September 30, 2017

During the summer of 2017 I worked at the Children's Museum of Southern Minnesota as a Playworker and occasionally at the front desk. I was very excited to be in this position since I hope to one day work in a museum and I thought this would help me get a lot of experience dealing with what happens on the floor and behind the scenes. Although I did learn more about the positions behind the scenes on the administrative side as well as what goes into fabricating an exhibit, this type of museum is not necessarily what I am most interested in. As a result, and because I needed to focus on school more, I had to leave this job. However, I am still glad I got this experience because I did learn more and hopefully I will be able to use this experience to my advantage when working in a museum that is more suited to my interests. 

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Learning Community Coordinator

MNSU, Mankato Learning Communities
Start Date  August 15, 2016 - May 5, 2017

During the 2016-2017 school year I was the Learning Community Coordinator for the Oh the Places You'll Go: Discovering Your Passions Learning Community. This learning community was created through the Anthropology department, but was centered towards helping students with undecided majors find their passion. My main responsibilities in this position were to help the students adjust to their new college environment by providing study sessions, office hours, helpful events that focused on campus or classes and making sure they excelled in their first year of college. 

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Artifact Cataloguing Specialist

Archaeology Lab Grants
Start Date  October 31, 2016 - May 5, 2017

In this position I aided two graduate students who each received grants for their research. My main task was to sort through samples taken from the field to find various artifacts. To do this I used size graders and observed the materials both with the naked eye and a microscope. 

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Cashier, Assistant Manager

Jake's Stadium Pizza
Start Date  January 2015

I have worked at Jake's Stadium Pizza since the Spring 2015 semester of my freshman year. I applied at this job because before coming to college my job experience mostly entailed working in the food business. This job provided me the flexibility necessary to get my coursework done, but also make enough money to support myself. After three years at this job, I was promoted to Assistant Manager, a position I am grateful since I have been able to gain leadership experience. Although this job does not relate to my career goals, I am glad I decided to work here since it allowed me to succeed in college and gave me valuable experience working with multiple types of people. 

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