- 13 Years & 6 Months
Jun 2008 to PresentThe Diocese SocietyMarketing Manager
I shifted to the community center almost ten years ago and since then I have created several clubs for the youth to work on projects such as helping children with education.
I build teams to volunteer for different work around the city. We recently went to different shelters and distributed warm clothing and shoes. I teach young students History and American Literature as a public service as well.
We are building a library for those who do not afford to buy books for school and college.
Feb 1995 to May 200813 Years & 3 MonthsSt. Teresa ChurchYouth Pastor
I was a part of the church for more than a decade and during that time I worked for social participation.
I encouraged young people to come forward and play a part in improving society and helping others. I also educated children about religion and taught the Bible to teenagers.
It was my duty to engage all the church visiting young people to contribute openly in projects like helping hurricane survivors and play a positive role in reconstruction of the communities that suffer losses due to natural calamities or other issues.
LanguagesEnglish (US)Native or Bilingual ProficiencyFrenchElementary ProficiencyItalianElementary Proficiency
- Public Speaking
- Team Building
- Project Management
- Problem Solving
- Creating Opportunities
- Goal Orientation
- Task Assignment
- Interpersonal Skills
Workshops for Weekends
I am the creator behind the Workshops for Weekends in which young volunteers sign up for different social work projects.
I started this program in 2012 with a group of youngsters who wished to play a role in the betterment of society.
We take up a new project each week and plan it during the workshop. The whole week is divided for different things to do for the underprivileged and undernourished.
I led a team of twelve boys to work as volunteers in building a school for the underprivileged in a village in Italy.
It was a three-month project with the Church and we worked with the locals of the village and took books and other essentials to place in the school.