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Olivia Kolis

olivia.kolis@temple.edu

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Education

 

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY, Philadelphia PA

School of Public Health | Graduation: 2017

Major: Therapeutic Recreation

Cumulative GPA: 3.24

 

Work Experience

 

Wegmans – Bethlehem, PA                             May 2011 – Present

Cashier (5 years)

Front End/Cafe Cashier/Helping Hands (Current position)

Worked daily with customers to ensure they received incredible customer service by providing each customer with a positive attitude and ensured them that I cared about their wishes.

Provide customer service to all of the customers we encounter by serving them food/doing monetary transactions, I also prepare/store food to ensure proper food safety regulations.

I am responsible for bringing in all carts that customers leave in the vestibules and bringing them in for customer usage.  I also am responsible for providing 1:1 service for individuals who request help to their car or unloading their groceries into their car.

Camp Independence – Worcester, PA                                June 2014

Camp Counselor

Over the week I spent there, I assisted the campers with every day tasks while making sure each camper enjoyed their “vacation” by doing any activities they wished to do. We were on duty 24 hours a day for the entire week, providing care and assistance with showering/bathroom needs/changing/feeding/any physical activity.

 

Extracurricular Activities

Phi Sigma Sigma, Xi Chapter                          September 2013 – Present

Involved in multiple fundraisers and philanthropy events each year as a member of the student organization. Collectively raising over $16,400 for charity in the 2013-2014 school year.

  • Elected Freshman Standards Board Representative for the 2013-2014 school year

A selective position that contributes to the judicial decisions of the chapter. Dealt with any issues that arose in the chapter amongst the small committee.

  • Elected Junior Standards Board Representative for the 2015-2016 school year
  • Elected Sunshine, Song, and Sports Chair for the 2015-2016 school year
    • A selective position that is responsible for scheduling positive experiences for the sisterhood, educating the younger new member classes about the songs that have been passed down for the last 103 years of sisterhood, and organizing sports teams for the sisterhood.

Therapeutic Recreation, “Rec 4 Life” Club

  • Active member in the Rec 4 Life Club that attends events regarding the field of work and raised money for our club and/or charity events.

Skills

  • Time/Task Management
  • Multitasking
  • Organized
  • Optimistic Attitude
  • Compassionate