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Caleb Harrington

28901 NE Carnation Farm Road Carnation, WA 98014 703-608-4456

James Madison University

Graduated May 2015

3.65 GPA
Deans list honoree six semesters and two-time Presidents List Scholar, 2011-2015
Studied Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD)/Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical
Communication (WRTC)
Recipient of the Madison Achievement Scholarship, 2011-2015

Work Experience
AmeriCorps Volunteer Coordinator, Washington Service Corps (Carnation, WA)


Recruit and orient hundreds of qualified volunteers to ensure camp is well-staffed and runs smoothly
Measure and assesse volunteer satisfaction, impact, and retention
Cultivate a strong connection between the volunteer experience and the impact it has on Camp Korey
Cabin Counselor and Behavior Specialist, Camp Korey (Carnation, WA)
Empowered and uplifted campers through programming that promotes camps core values
Coordinated with Camp Medical Team and Residential Life Team to create safe and adaptive
programming for campers with serious medical conditions
Rallied, reenergized, built trust, and allayed disputes between counselors and volunteers
Respite Care Provider, PCG Public Partnerships (Stafford, VA)
Provided daily assistance for patients requiring monitored care and supervision
Mentor and tutored adolescents with a wide array of cognitive and physical differences
Tutor/Education Liaison (Volunteer), Learning Leaders
Worked closely with a team of teachers and special educators to target students struggling in the
classroom to find them a tutor and secure extracurricular resources necessary to thrive
Tracked students progress, helped with data entry, and promoted outreach events/findings at
volunteer fairs
Head of Marketing Committee (Volunteer), Relay for Life (Harrisonburg, VA)
Interviewed and selected incoming marketing volunteers, chiefly involved in volunteer appreciation
event planning
Made connections with local media outlets, and crafted a codified, multi-platform marketing strategy
Built rapport and fostered partnerships with local businesses
Led on-campus and community promotional events, spearheaded ground campaigns
Research Assistant, Speech-Language-Hearing Applied Laboratory (Harrisonburg, VA)
Handpicked for selective assistantship under the direction of Dr. Nie, Asst. Professor
at JMUs Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Recruited and selected research subjects, entered data using MATLAB
Contributing Columnist, The Breeze (Harrisonburg, VA)
Lent personal perspective to topical and local issues relating to student life in a regular column for
JMUs campus wide newspaper

Areas of Expertise
Professional Writing
Technical Editing Document

Administrative Tasks
Evidence-Based Practices

Interpersonal Relations
Data Analysis/Entry
Web Site Development