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Mark
McNulty
Languages: 
Spanish
English
November, 1992
Bio: 
As an enthusiastic advocate dedicated to the improvement of impoverished and disadvantaged communities, I am a research focused Bachelor of Arts undergraduate with prior experience in the psychological and neurological disciplines. I have proven success indicated by project design, organization, implementation and evaluation, research and analysis. My future goals include the expansion of my knowledge in the psychological and neurological disciplines, and continuing to gain understanding of completing empirical research work with professionals.
Volunteering Experience: 
Currently volunteering in Dr. Karen Duff's laboratory at Columbia University Medical Center in the Taub Institute for research on the aging brain and Alzheimer's Disease, under the principle investigator, Dr. Abid Hussaini. Throughout this excellent opportunity I have constructed Micro-Drive devices for the recording of neural cellular activity through the use of optogenetics. Former member (September 2011 - April 2015) of the Volunteer Resource Center at Drew University, attending multiple events and community building projects for impoverished areas and populations. Our mission was to empower and aid the Drew community to rally in their efforts to encourage action of both on-campus and off-campus volunteers organizations. Some of our events included the On-campus Blood Drives with NY Blood Center, Mental Health Awareness Week, Sox in the City, Jersey Cares and Hurricane Sandy Clean Up organizations. Elected Vice President (2010 -2011) of Jefferson Townships Distributive Education Clubs of American (DECA) throughout high school promoting and participating in volunteer fundraising opportunities for the benefits of impoverished students. Our events included the community food drive, clothing donations and fundraising money to finance our trips to the regional and state DECA competitions. Regularly attended Dover Soup Kitchen events (2009 - 2011), aided in serving food to the homeless and impoverished people of the surrounding community. Currently seeking abroad volunteer positions among impoverished areas in Central or South America where I can aid in the promotion of healthy behaviors, community awareness, a better understanding of the English Language. I would prefer to be in Central or South America to increase my Spanish-speaking language skills. Due to my experiences and internships in the mental health, designing methods of promoting healthy behaviors and projects to develop the community to a higher standard of living.
Education: 
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Neuroscience from Drew University.
Occupation: 
Landscaping
Other Skills: 
Excellent research skills as well as an ability to implement skills to positively effect community
Exceedingly proficient with all Microsoft Office Applications
Proven success in project design and implementation
Proficient knowledge of medical terminology
Ability to develop excellent communication with clients within a limited time frame
Well-developed presentation skills in a clear and concise manner
General understanding of human anatomy
Excellent understanding of social psychology
Proficient understanding of behavioral pharmacology, and drugs influence over mental processes
Experience with recognizing negative social behaviors in preschool - elementary grade children
Mark McNulty
Oak Ridge
United States
Languages:
Spanish, English
November, 1992
Description
As an enthusiastic advocate dedicated to the improvement of impoverished and disadvantaged communities, I am a research focused Bachelor of Arts undergraduate with prior experience in the psychological and neurological disciplines. I have proven success indicated by project design, organization, implementation and evaluation, research and analysis. My future goals include the expansion of my knowledge in the psychological and neurological disciplines, and continuing to gain understanding of completing empirical research work with professionals.
Volunteering Experience
Currently volunteering in Dr. Karen Duff's laboratory at Columbia University Medical Center in the Taub Institute for research on the aging brain and Alzheimer's Disease, under the principle investigator, Dr. Abid Hussaini. Throughout this excellent opportunity I have constructed Micro-Drive devices for the recording of neural cellular activity through the use of optogenetics.
Former member (September 2011 - April 2015) of the Volunteer Resource Center at Drew University, attending multiple events and community building projects for impoverished areas and populations. Our mission was to empower and aid the Drew community to rally in their efforts to encourage action of both on-campus and off-campus volunteers organizations. Some of our events included the On-campus Blood Drives with NY Blood Center, Mental Health Awareness Week, Sox in the City, Jersey Cares and Hurricane Sandy Clean Up organizations.
Elected Vice President (2010 -2011) of Jefferson Townships Distributive Education Clubs of American (DECA) throughout high school promoting and participating in volunteer fundraising opportunities for the benefits of impoverished students. Our events included the community food drive, clothing donations and fundraising money to finance our trips to the regional and state DECA competitions.
Regularly attended Dover Soup Kitchen events (2009 - 2011), aided in serving food to the homeless and impoverished people of the surrounding community.

Currently seeking abroad volunteer positions among impoverished areas in Central or South America where I can aid in the promotion of healthy behaviors, community awareness, a better understanding of the English Language. I would prefer to be in Central or South America to increase my Spanish-speaking language skills. Due to my experiences and internships in the mental health, designing methods of promoting healthy behaviors and projects to develop the community to a higher standard of living.




Education
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Neuroscience from Drew University.
Occupation
Landscaping
Other Skills
Excellent research skills as well as an ability to implement skills to positively effect community, Exceedingly proficient with all Microsoft Office Applications, Proven success in project design and implementation, Proficient knowledge of medical terminology, Ability to develop excellent communication with clients within a limited time frame, Well-developed presentation skills in a clear and concise manner, General understanding of human anatomy, Excellent understanding of social psychology , Proficient understanding of behavioral pharmacology, and drugs influence over mental processes, Experience with recognizing negative social behaviors in preschool - elementary grade children
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