Leadership

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Below you will find just a few of my leadership experiences during my time at Wentworth Institute of Technology and Bentley University. You can view an extensive list of my extracurricular leadership and volunteer experiences by clicking here.

Exploring ePortfolio Research 

In July 0f 2012, I attended an ePortfolio conference held in Boston by the Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL). I joined Professor Stevens and fellow Wentworth Student Kyle Laird at the conference, and shared a testimony of this experience in a brief video at the following here.

In a workshop at the 2012 AAEEBL ePortfolio Conference. (From left to right) Wentworth students Kyle Laird, Aaron Goldblatt, and Associate Professor of Management at Wentworth Cindy Stevens. 

“Leveraging your ePortfolio” Seminar 

During my senior year, I was the project leader for a technology transfer research and application project. Our project team concentrated our research on how to use the Electronic Portfolio (ePortfolio) effectively in leverage relationships and create your brand image. We held a seminar that was open to all Management students at Wentworth, where we presented our research and held a Q&A session to spur further discussion on the subject matter. We discussed topics which include important concepts such as networking, career branding, and creating a strong presence online.

To view some of our findings, you may click here.

Duck House Research Project, Fall of 2009

The Duck House on Agassiz Road.

The Duck House Research Project is a volunteer field based research project, which involved gathering research data on the potential use for an abandoned building in the Back Bay community. This building, the “Duck House,” is located on a central piece of land in the community. This research project helped us gain an understanding of some potential uses for the property through discussions with members of the community.

For a letter from Business Research Professor Dunlop on my participation in this research, click here.

Real Life at Wentworth Institute of Technology, President 2009-Present

  • ­Organizing and planning outreach events to promote the organization.
  • ­Responsible for managing and allocating resources, including the annual budget.

Certificate in Community Learning, Expected Completion: 2012

“The Certificate in Community Learning is a unique recognition of academic, professional, and civic accomplishments. Requirements for the certificate include completion of a service learning component in at least four courses, completion of the Introduction to Community Learning course, a senior capstone project, co-curricular community participation through volunteerism or community based work and presentation of a completed portfolio for review by the Faculty Service Learning Committee prior to graduation.”

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Tau Alpha Pi, Induction in 2012

“The purpose of Tau Alpha Pi is to recognize high standards of scholarship among students in engineering technology programs, and to promote and encourage scholastic achievement by offering outstanding engineering technology students membership in the society. The society rewards selected scholars for past achievements and accomplishments, while encouraging a lifetime of commitment to learning and scholarship.”

Sigma Beta Delta, Induction in 2011

­International Honor Society for Business, Management, and Administration

The 2011 Sigma Beta Delta Inductees at Wentworth Institute of Technology.

“Membership in Sigma Beta Delta is the highest national recognition a business student can receive at a college or university with a Sigma Beta Delta chapter. To be eligible for membership, a business student must rank in the upper 20 percent of the junior, senior or master’s class and be invited to membership by the faculty officers. The purposes of Sigma Beta Delta are to encourage and recognize scholarship and achievement among students of business, management and administration, and to encourage and promote personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind.”

Community Work Study, October 2008 to May 2009

For the MathPOWER organization, I tutored middle school students in a variety of subject areas, with a focus on math.

During my time working with MathPOWER, I most enjoyed building effective relationships with the students. My position gave me a great opportunity and platform to serve as a positive example and role model to the students through my dedication to the job and my desire to see them succeed in their studies.

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