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Donald Jobs
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EDUCATION
Stanford University
Stanford, CA
9/2010 - 6/2014
BA degree in Human Biology
Stanford in Berlin
Berlin, Germany
3/2011 - 6/2012
HEALTH RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Research Intern
Robert Koch-Institut (RKI)
Berlin, Germany
6/2013 - 9/2012
Conducted research in the Department for Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Unit for HIV/AIDS and STI.  
Saw project through from data entry to publication, on the topic of risk factors related to STI incidence in a German study population.
Completed statistical analysis and presented findings, in German, at a conference hosted by RKI.  Currently seeking publication
Researcher
Water, Health, Environment: Childhood survival in Mozambique
Stanford, CA
5/2012 - 9/2011
Reviewed relevant studies to establish the relationship between water quality and other health-related risk factors to the incidence of diarrhoeal diseases in Mozambique. 
Received a $5,500 grant from the Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education at Stanford University for research. 
HEALTH LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE
Head Teaching Assistant
Emergency Medical Technician Training
Stanford, CA
6/2012 - present
Plan, organize, and facilitate lesson plans in pre-hospital emergency care for 36-person year-long class designed to certify students as Emergency Medical Technicians.
Lead small group sessions for practical training of necessary patient skills. 
Responsible, within a team of 16 other Teaching Assistants, for developing and presenting lecture material, writing quizzes and exams, and coordinating the application process for students and Teaching Assistants.
Director of Training
Stanford Emergency Medical Service
Stanford, CA
6/2012 - present
Coordinate training of new EMTs and recertification of current members. 
Act as on-call volunteer for campus and community events providing Basic Life Support as an EMT-B. 
Part of a team responsible for starting the Emergency Medical Service on Stanford University campus. 
Helped develop a constitution, establish member policies and procedures, and create Standard Operating Procedures. 
Chair
Unite For Sight, Stanford Chapter
Stanford, CA
2/2011 - 3/2012
Conducted visual acuity tests and assisted patients in finding eye-care programs at local free clinic. 
Established partnerships with clinics and shelters for patient assessment. Established new chapter at Stanford.
Campus Coordinator
Students for International Change
Stanford, CA
7/2010 - 6/2011
Organized and taught more than 20 volunteers in preparation for volunteerism in Tanzania. 
Prefield preparation subjects included an introduction to objectives, culture and education systems, the ethics of volunteerism, intensive HIV-related biology, teaching principles, sex education, and social issues.
Volunteer Teacher
Students for International Change
Valeska, Arusha, Tanzania
6/2009 - 7/2010
Taught HIV/AIDS education in a primary school with 250 students and in local community groups in a rural village of 1200. 
Helped coordinate community days that included teaching, condom distribution, testing, and counseling.
OTHER EXPERIENCE
Peer Counselor
Stanford University Career Development Center
Stanford, CA
3/2013- present
Counsel students in their application for internships and on-campus positions. 
Advise on resumes and cover letters, and present workshops on career building.
PRESENTATIONS
Presented research at Stanford University’s Program in Writing and Rhetoric Research Forum I and II
Presented at 5th Annual STI Conference hosted by Robert Koch-Institut
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Languages: Proficient in German; working knowledge of Spanish and Swahili
Computer Skills: MS Office Suite, Macromedia Suite, EpiInfo, SPSS 15.0
Other experience: Autistic school teacher, vice-president and philanthropy director of Chi Omega Fraternity
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