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Alexa Rose Cuff

EDUCATION
Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, MA
Certificate of Advanced Studies in School Counseling, anticipated May 2019
34 credit hours of related coursework, 600+ hours of school-based advanced practicum

Master of Education in Prevention Science and Practice, Childhood Counseling, May 2018
34 credit hours of related coursework, 500+ hours of school-based practicum

College of Charleston, Charleston, SC


Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, May 2016

MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION LICENSE


School counseling, PreK-12th grade, anticipated May 2019

EXPERIENCE
COMMUNITY CHARTER SCHOOL OF CAMBRIDGE, Cambridge, MA
School Counseling Intern, August 2018 – present
 Counseled a diverse group of students in grades 6-12: supports included providing counseling to students on my
caseload, classroom observations, student check-ins, and teacher consultation
 Crafted IEP goals for students, monitored progress, collected and analyzed data for students’ IEPs, and
participated in IEP meetings
 Communicated regularly with dean of students, teachers, fellow support staff, families, and administration to
solve problems and support students’ complex needs
 Co-facilitated a college seminar class for seniors and supported students throughout the college application
process
JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Watertown, MA
School Counseling Intern, September 2017-May 2018
 Counseled students from Pre-K-5th grade: supports included individual and group counseling, whole-classroom
lessons, and consultation with teachers, families, and support staff
 Developed treatment plans and designed social-emotional learning lessons
 Participated in Student Support Team meetings, Grade Level Team meetings, and IEP meetings
 Implemented Zones of Regulation, Superflex Social Thinking, Second Step, and Growth Mindset curriculums
ENGAGING SCHOOLS, Cambridge, MA
Professional Services Work Study, September 2017– September 2018
 Analyzed school data and conducted research to support the organization’s publications and practices
ASHLEY HALL, Charleston, SC
Early Education Teacher, August 2016-June 2017
 Promoted social-emotional development and taught early learning skills using a reggio-inspired pedagogy
RELEVANT PROJECTS AND COURSEWORK
 Created data-informed recommendations on best practices for guardian engagement in the IEP process
 Designed a program addressing the needs of ELL and immigrant students at Revere High School; program is to
be implemented in upcoming school year
 Designed group counseling curriculum to teach sex education to students with intellectual disabilities
 Designed and implemented an outdoor mindfulness curriculum for 4th and 5th grade
RELEVANT VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
Best Buddies, Paired Member, September 2014- May 2016
MUSC Children’s Hospital, Child Life Specialist Volunteer, February 2015- January 2016
HEART, Volunteer for Adults with Developmental/Intellectual Disabilities, September 2015- December 2015