Najee Bailey
Cell: (410) 782-1592 | Elkridge, MD 21075
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Club Baseball, Salisbury University January 2015 – Present
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Najee Bailey Resume 2016

Published on: Mar 3, 2016

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  • 1. Najee Bailey Cell: (410) 782-1592 | Elkridge, MD 21075 | Email: | PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVE: To obtain employment that will enable me to use my strong personal skills, educational background, and determination in a career fit for an undergraduate student to grow in the international, service and political industry. EDUCATION: Fulton School of Liberal Arts, Salisbury University Candidate for Bachelor of Art Expected Graduation May 2016 Major: International Studies- International Relations Track Minor: Political Science; Latin American Studies Cumulative GPA: 2.85/4.0 RELEVANT COURSEWORK: Study Abroad in Ecuador Economics 150- Principles of Economics, Spanish 202- Spanish in Review, Political Science 210- Introduction to International Relations, Political Science 204- Comparative Politics in Latin America Political Science 313- Comparative Politics in the Middle East Political Science 415- UN Systems Conflict and Dispute Resolution 300- Theories of Conflict Resolution Conflict and Dispute Resolution 301- International Conflict and Resolution, Learned tactics in resolving conflicts on an international scale WORK EXPERIENCE: Front Desk/ Fitness Club Attendant, Columbia Gym, Clarksville, MD December 2011 – Present Greet members and get them acquainted with the facility Developed communication skills in the service industry Entrusted to train new hires and promoting the business Trained in fitness equipment safety in order to assist members properly utilize equipment and avoid injury Intern, Candace Dodson Reed, Columbia, MD May 2014 – August 2014 Assisted and observed local elections Developed spreadsheets with collected and analyzed data Developed strategies and communication skills to connect to the public Developed higher level thinking skills in order to assist candidate in understanding how to reach different communities Head Camp Counselor, Columbia Association, Columbia, MD June 2011 – August 2014 Given the opportunity for progressive promotion every year of service Entrusted to train new hires Entrusted as a mentor for the campers Enforced rules to campers to ensure safety and an environment to learn and grow Developed communication and higher level thinking while communicating with parents and co-workers AFFILIATIONS: April 2013 – Present Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity, Salisbury University – Names List Coordinator, Public Relations Model United Nations Club, Salisbury University November 2014 – Present Learned multiple ways to debate
  • 2. Club Baseball, Salisbury University January 2015 – Present

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