Barnard College, Sociology, Class of '21
Through previous work positions Halle has garnered extensive experience in customer service, administration and office management, and research. She is intellectually curious and eager to learn more about the professional world, including both soft and hard skills. Halle works well both independently and enjoys being part of a team.
Halle has most recently worked as a development intern at the UCLA Archaeology institute, where she researched and catalogued donors and donor history, researched alumni and wrote bios to compile for the institute’s 50th anniversary pamphlet. She also had plenty of bouts with Excel to be an expert by the end of the summer! She served as the Office Manager for her local summer camp in high school and college, gathering administration and customer service skills by being the liaison between campers, counselors, and parents alike.
On campus, Halle dedicates much of her time to her leadership position as a Clay Coordinator at the Barnard Clay Collective, a student-run pottery studio. She is responsible for registration and class schedules, assistant teaching, event organizing, finances, club promotion, and studio operations and cleanliness. In her leisure time, Halle enjoys playing tennis, making pottery, and backpacking through the High Sierras in California. She is interested in human relations, psychology, healthcare, counseling, and social work. Halle brings enthusiasm and positivity to those around her, and she looks forward to learning from and working with you.
Top 3 Skills
Communication (public speaking and writing), Organization and administration, Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, G-Suite
- Development Intern: UCLA Cotsen Institute of Archaeology (2019-20)
- Hostess: Pura Vita (2019-20)
- Project Intern: SÜPRMARKTLA (2019)
- Sales Associate: Madewell (2019)
- Dean’s List Fall 2017, Fall 2018, Spring 2019
- National Outdoor Leadership School: Backpacking Expeditions (Utah 2012, Arizona 2014, Washington 2015)
- Hiked the John Muir Trail (2019: 210 mile mountain trail, including Mt. Whitney, highest point in continental USA.)
- Advanced spoken and written Spanish