Resume

Nicole Garnett
1618 SW 164th St.
Burien, WA 98166
2067147146
garnettn@uw.edu

EDUCATION

University of Washington Tacoma, Tacoma, WA                               Fall  2012 – Present

  • 3.00 GPA
  • Bachelors degree in Communication
  • Minor in applied computing

Highline Community College, Des Moines, WA                       Fall 2009 – Summer 2012

  • 3.28 GPA
  • Honors Scholar  Program participant
  • Associates degree  with emphasis in Biology

Highline High School, Burien,  WA                                                   Fall  2009-Spring 2011

      • “Running  Start” Program for academically motivated high school juniors or seniors with  college-level skills
      • “Running  Start” Program allows college level courses to apply to high school  graduation requirements

Aviation High School, Des Moines, WA                                          Fall  2007-Spring 2009

      • A  college preparation school that is math and science based
      • Only  100 students are accepted per year

HONORS/AWARDS

Certificate of Academic Achievement, Highline High School                          June  2011

      • For achieving high  school standards in reading, writing and mathematics

2011 Senior Academic Letter  Recipient,  Highline High School                    2010-2011

      • Awarded to students  for keeping a 3.5 accumulative grade point average for two consecutive  semesters based on core subjects with no disciplinary infractions during the  year of eligibility.

Vice President’s Honor Roll, Highline Community College       Fall 2010, Winter  2010

  • Academic  recognition
  • Awarded to full-time  students, taking college-level credits

and maintaining a 3.5-3.9 GPA for the  quarter                        

Athlete Academic Achievement Award, WIAA District III swim        November  2009

      • If you have a 3.5 GPA  or higher you are chosen for this award.

Four year varsity letter recipient, WIAA District III  swim                    November 2009

      • You have to  accumulate 35 varsity points each year by swimming and placing high in varsity  events and qualifying for the district meet or earning a top 14 finish at the  league meet

Second Team, WIAA District III swim                                                             November  2009

      • All of the coaches in  the league vote on swimmers from each team
      • To be selected you  have to have a 3.5 or up GPA and have qualified for the district meet

 MVP, Highline High School  swim team                                                       November  2009

      • Teammates vote based  on who they think is the most valuable asset to the team, and coaches also make  the final decision by looking at varsity points scored throughout the season

Most Improved, Highline High  School swim team                                     November  2008

      • Teammates vote on who  they think improved the most since the beginning of the season, and coaches  make the final decision based on the amount of time dropped in events

 Rookie of the Year, Highline High  School swim team                               November  2007

      • Teammates vote on who  they think is the best freshman or new swimmer on the team

LEADERSHIP

Publicist, Relay for Life of Highline                                                August 2011-June 2012

  • Meeting with the  Relay for Life committee once a month to plan for the big Relay for Life event  in June
  • Writing up a monthly  newsletter to send out to all involved in Relay for Life of Highline
  • Writing press  releases to send to local B-Town Blog and Highline Times

Team Captain,  Relay for Life of Highline                                              June 2009-June 2012

  • Register a team and  recruit teammates
  • Encourage teammates  to raise money and walk all night, fundraise, keep team focused

Team Captain, Highline High School swim team                 August 2009-November  2009

  • Your teammates vote  based on who they think has good leadership skills
  • You have to come up  with team cheers, design team clothing and pick team suits, help the coach keep  the team focused, fundraising and team building event

ACTIVITIES/COMMUNITY  SERVICE

Volunteering, Highline Medical  Center                                            March  2009-May 2011

  • Helping patients find  where they need do go, doing paperwork, checking up on patients to see if they  need anything
  • Volunteered first in  childbirth center then in cancer center
  • 8 hours per month

Varsity Swimming, Highline  High School                            August  2007-November 2010

  • Going to swim  practice every day and working hard to qualify for post season meets
  • Teamwork
  • 10 hours per week in  practice/meets

EMPLOYMENT

Physical Therapist  Aide, Advance  Physical Therapy                           May  2010-Present

  • Therapeutic  ultrasounds, IFC therapy, patient care
      • Manage front desk,  scheduling patients

Barista, Infusion Tea and  Coffee                                               March  2010-October 2010

  • Making all different  coffee and tea drinks
      • Opening and closing
      • Taking orders and  money

Swim Instructor, Gregory Seahurst Swim  Club                            June 2008-August  2010

  • Teaching kids ages  2-8 how to swim
  • Keeping kids safe in  the water

Office Assistant, Gregory Seahurst Swim  Club                            June  2008-August 2010

  • Answering phone,  arranging private parties, registering people for swim lessons
  • Greeting people,  making sure non members don’t enter

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