Topic ID #30319 - posted 12/5/2013 4:36 PM

Brittany Bryant-Resume



BritBryant

     Brittany Bryant
brit.bryant89@hotmail.com

Experience

Curatorial Intern, May 2013-Present

White River Valley Museum, Auburn, Washington

Since becoming the WRVM curatorial intern, I have had the opportunity to explore many of the behind the scene tasks that occur on a daily basis. Some of my personal tasks and activities include cleaning and labeling artifacts, photographing artifacts, assisting the collections curator in organizing and storing artifacts, and occasionally conducting inventory and research on artifacts. Other duties I perform include organizing accession files, maintaining the organization of the research library, assisting in preliminary work for temporary exhibits, cleaning exhibits, and packing up temporary exhibits. I was also privileged to participate in the educational department of the museum participating the establishment’s annual Junior Curator Camp and Living History Camp.

 

Barista, September 2008-Present

Starbucks, Federal Way, Washington

Working for Starbucks has taught me a great deal about working and serving the general public. The most essential part of my job is to form and maintain working relationships with customers on a daily basis. While some days can be rather challenging, I have found that I truly enjoy interacting with Starbucks patrons, whether they are regulars or just happen to be passing through. Daily interaction has also helped me become better aware of non-verbal cues and being able to respond and act accordingly. Behind the scenes, Starbucks has taught me to become very efficient in a fast-paced environment, and proper procedural skills in cash handling and cleaning.

 

Museum Technician II, October 2011- May 2012

Washington State University, Pullman, Washington

During my senior year at WSU, I was given the opportunity to work for my department’s museum of anthropology. While it may be a small museum, the collection repository was vast due to the fact that it housed collections from federal, state, and county projects from all over Eastern Washington. Primarily, my duties consisted of maintaining the organization of the departmental library and archives, and well as sorting, recording, and storing artifacts. On some occasions I was called upon to help retrieve and inventory artifacts and human remains for repatriation.

 

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology, Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, August 2010- May 2012

Washington State University, Pullman, Washington

 
Associate of Arts, General Studies, Honors, September 2007- June 2010

Green River Community College, Auburn, Washington

 

Volunteering

Nordic Heritage Museum, January 2013-present

My volunteer duties focused more on the being a part of the public side of museum work. Some of my duties have included mailing newsletters to museum members and setting up, participating, and cleaning up events (lectures, concerts, festivals, dinners, etc.)


Community Child Care Center,
February 2012-May 2012

Primarily, I was responsible for monitoring and interacting a group of 12 in the age range of 3-4. Some of the regular activities included reading, playing educational games, and facilitating positive interactions among the children.

 

Activities

·      Studying Pre-history and history of Great Britain

·      Participated in online course on Richard III and 15th Century Medieval England

Technology

·       Proficient with the Microsoft programs Word, PowerPoint, and Excel

·       Knowledgeable with Past Perfect

·       Knowledgeable with Paradox Database System

 






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