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Jennifer V. Greene
jvgreene1@gmail.com

Education

Master of Education  Educational Technology (August 2013)
The University of South Carolina Aiken, Aiken, SC

Master of Education  Counselor Education / K-12 Certification (May 1999)
South Carolina State University, Orangeburg, SC

Bachelor of Science   Psychology (May 1997)
South Carolina State University, Orangeburg, SC


Professional Work Experience

 

Education Associate II (2011 - present) 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant and The Palmetto Mentoring Network Grant, South Carolina Department of Education.
21st Century Community Learning Centers offers academic, artistic, and cultural enrichment opportunities to students and their families during non-school hours (before or after school) or periods when school is not in session (including holidays, weekends, or summer recess). The goal of the Palmetto Mentoring Network (PMN) is to help at-risk children and their families develop healthy, positive behaviors and resiliency that enable them to resist gang recruitment and violence. My duties include monitoring of programmatic content and fiscal records to ensure grantees are compliant with grant regulations. records management, database design, professional development, research, presentations, communications with school, district, community and faith based personnel, presentations at local, regional, and national conferences, and community relations.

Program Assistant (2007 – 2011) Teen LEAD Project and Youth Advisory Board, South Carolina Department of Education.
Teen LEAD is a program designed to better prepare high school students for productive lives as citizens, employees, parents, and leaders through character education, civic engagement, and service-learning. The Youth Advisory Board (YAB) is a highly diverse group of middle and high school students from across the state that meets quarterly to assist community, school, and government leaders in creating healthier schools and communities. My duties included program oversight, records management, database design, research, presentations, communications with school and district personnel, online course development and teaching (Restoring School Civility), presentations at local, regional, and national conferences, and community relations.


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Computer Applications Instructor (2007 – present) 1890 Research and Extension, South Carolina State University.
South Carolina State's 1890 Research and Extension service is a multi-tiered organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for all people. From methodical research projects for the betterment of agriculture to technology and wellness operations in areas with limited resources across South Carolina, 1890 constitutes an enormous portion of the institution’s outreach activities. My duties included delivery of computer application courses and student assessment.

Teacher (2006) TechBridge, 1890 Research and Extension, South Carolina State University.
TechBridge's Build to Keep Computer Program is a six-week comprehensive program that affords rising 7th and 8th grade students the opportunity to participate in a summer program that is based on cutting edge technology and trends of the future. The programs objectives include: academic enhancement through technology, computer assembly, Introduction to Computers & Setup, Windows XP, Introduction to Keyboarding, instructional hours in Career Exploration, Employability Skills Training, Citizenship Training, and Internet Explorer & Safety. My duties included teaching computer literacy, Microsoft Office Applications, math and literacy skills, basic workplace etiquette, workforce readiness, as well as career exploration, evaluating student progress and tailoring curriculum to student needs.

Family Literacy Coordinator (2006-2007) Orangeburg Consolidated School District Four.
The goal of family literacy is to assist parents in breaking the cycle of poverty and illiteracy. The components of the program include: adult education; early childhood education; parenting support and parent and child interactive literacy activities. My duties included visiting parent homes to teach parenting skills, providing tutorial reading for developmentally delayed students, and presenting workshops to parents.

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Assistant to the Director of MAPPS, Assistant Test Coordinator (2005 – 2006), Orangeburg Consolidated School District Four.
Medicaid Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Services (MAPPS) is designed to teach character education, life skills, and family planning skills to at-risk youth and to aid in the prevention of unwanted, unplanned, and unintended pregnancies. My duties included assisting the MAPPS director with Medicaid and HIPPA compliance reviews, case management, records and database storage and design, development of training materials, lead trainer, financial records review, and documentation design. As assistant test coordinator, my duties included ordering of test materials, inventory of materials before and after state-wide testing, training staff on new test standards, and informing district personnel of policy changes.

Pregnancy Prevention Counselor (2001-2005) MAPPS Program, Orangeburg Consolidated School District Four.
Medicaid Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Services (MAPPS) is designed to teach character education, life skills, and family planning skills to at-risk youth and to aid in the prevention of unwanted, unplanned, and unintended pregnancies. My duties included intake and evaluation of students, counseling, case management, family intervention visits, curriculum and lesson plan development, classroom teaching, and referral services.


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