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Camille
Hogan
Languages: 
English
French
August, 1986
Bio: 
I'll be traveling the world with a new country each month. I work remotely for a business consulting firm as a grant writer and am looking for opportunities to connect and volunteer within the local community.
Volunteering Experience: 
Peace Corps, Kolda/Tambacounda, Senegal February 2009—April 2011 Environmental Education/Health Education Volunteer • Served as a community developer in a rural village, communicating only in French and Bambara • Wrote 2 proposals for Peace Corps’ Small Project Assistance grant programs funded through USAID; fundraised for projects through community auctions and sales, letter writing, an online project proposal, and partnering with nongovernmental organizations • Led meetings and trainings for a nationwide mosquito net distribution, serving as a regional representative; coordinated volunteer and partner organizations’ schedules; designed product introduction and implementation trainings • Promoted female education serving as the regional representative for the Gender and Development program; facilitated and designed a Girls’ Leadership Conference; distributed academic scholarships; conducted career planning workshops and led a Girls Empowerment Club for middle school students • Organized infant/maternal health and environmental education community workshops; created an 8 month infant development and monitoring program, organized a graduation celebration for all participants combined with a region-wide health fair community event • Partnered with an American nonprofit and local hospital to facilitate a 2 week eye clinic; served as logistics coordinator and translator for doctors and patients Catholic Relief Services, Ougadougou, Burkina Faso January—March 2008 Student Intern in Agriculture and Education Departments • Participated in a yearlong International Development Internship Program focusing on Millennium Development Goals and strategies through field practicum abroad and classroom seminars • Reported on School Gardens and Fields Pilot Project, providing quantitative analysis • Constructed a questionnaire in French and conducted community interviews at 10 village schools • Presented an advocacy project on education in developing nations at Seattle University World Vision, Federal Way, WA January—April 2007 Corporate Relations/Donor Engagement Intern • Pursued relationships with corporations, schools, and individuals for donations to international soccer/basketball programs through background research, letter writing, and personal phone calls Treehouse Tutoring Corps, Seattle, WA September 2007—June 2008 Washington Middle School Tutor • Tutored students in foster care; designed lesson plans, assisted in homework, and served as a positive role model Childhaven, Seattle, WA March 2006—June 2007 Preschool Classroom Volunteer for Abused/Neglected Children Children’s Literacy Project, Seattle, WA January 2005—June 2007 Bailey Gatzert Elementary School Tutor and Literature Circle Leader Fundacion Esperanza Mexico, A.C., Tijuana, MX Spring 2006 & 2007 Student Leader/Volunteer House Builder with Seattle University Jesus Center, Chico, CA October 2000—August 2004 Food Preparer/Server Chico Youth Field Hockey League, Chico, CA Spring 2001—2004 Director/Coach Hogar Por Los Niños, Ensenada, Mexico June 2002 Orphanage Volunteer with Youth With A Mission Amor Ministries, Tijuana & Rosarito, MX Spring 1998—2002 Volunteer House Builder with Young Life
Education: 
BA English Literature/minor in Nonprofit Leadership
Occupation: 
Consultant-Grant Writer
Camille Hogan
Chico
United States
Languages:
English, French
August, 1986
Description
I'll be traveling the world with a new country each month. I work remotely for a business consulting firm as a grant writer and am looking for opportunities to connect and volunteer within the local community.
Volunteering Experience
Peace Corps, Kolda/Tambacounda, Senegal February 2009—April 2011
Environmental Education/Health Education Volunteer

• Served as a community developer in a rural village, communicating only in French and Bambara
• Wrote 2 proposals for Peace Corps’ Small Project Assistance grant programs funded through USAID; fundraised for projects through community auctions and sales, letter writing, an online project proposal, and partnering with nongovernmental organizations
• Led meetings and trainings for a nationwide mosquito net distribution, serving as a regional representative; coordinated volunteer and partner organizations’ schedules; designed product introduction and implementation trainings
• Promoted female education serving as the regional representative for the Gender and Development program; facilitated and designed a Girls’ Leadership Conference; distributed academic scholarships; conducted career planning workshops and led a Girls Empowerment Club for middle school students
• Organized infant/maternal health and environmental education community workshops; created an 8 month infant development and monitoring program, organized a graduation celebration for all participants combined with a region-wide health fair community event
• Partnered with an American nonprofit and local hospital to facilitate a 2 week eye clinic; served as logistics coordinator and translator for doctors and patients

Catholic Relief Services, Ougadougou, Burkina Faso January—March 2008
Student Intern in Agriculture and Education Departments

• Participated in a yearlong International Development Internship Program focusing on Millennium Development Goals and strategies through field practicum abroad and classroom seminars
• Reported on School Gardens and Fields Pilot Project, providing quantitative analysis
• Constructed a questionnaire in French and conducted community interviews at 10 village schools
• Presented an advocacy project on education in developing nations at Seattle University

World Vision, Federal Way, WA January—April 2007
Corporate Relations/Donor Engagement Intern

• Pursued relationships with corporations, schools, and individuals for donations to international soccer/basketball programs through background research, letter writing, and personal phone calls

Treehouse Tutoring Corps, Seattle, WA September 2007—June 2008
Washington Middle School Tutor

• Tutored students in foster care; designed lesson plans, assisted in homework, and served as a positive role model

Childhaven, Seattle, WA March 2006—June 2007
Preschool Classroom Volunteer for Abused/Neglected Children

Children’s Literacy Project, Seattle, WA January 2005—June 2007
Bailey Gatzert Elementary School Tutor and Literature Circle Leader

Fundacion Esperanza Mexico, A.C., Tijuana, MX Spring 2006 & 2007
Student Leader/Volunteer House Builder with Seattle University

Jesus Center, Chico, CA October 2000—August 2004
Food Preparer/Server

Chico Youth Field Hockey League, Chico, CA Spring 2001—2004
Director/Coach

Hogar Por Los Niños, Ensenada, Mexico June 2002
Orphanage Volunteer with Youth With A Mission

Amor Ministries, Tijuana & Rosarito, MX Spring 1998—2002
Volunteer House Builder with Young Life
Education
BA English Literature/minor in Nonprofit Leadership
Occupation
Consultant-Grant Writer
Other Skills
Home Town

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