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SHIVAM VORA

8875 Costa Verde Boulevard Unit 1616, San Diego, Ca 92122 ssvora@ucsd.edu 510-46
8-9662
OBJECTIVE
To obtain a job in the business field, utilizing strong communication, leadershi
p, and organizational skills.
EDUCATION
University of California, San Diego
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Economics
Expected Graduation Date: Fall 2010
RELEVENT COURSEWORK
Macroeconomics Business Statistics Business Calculus Economic Development
Microeconomics International Trade Japanese Economy Microeconomic T
heory
Financial Accounting Computer Science Macroeconomic Theory Japanese Political
Thought
SKILLS
* Excellent communication and presentation skills, natural leader, self starter,
analytical, quick learner, multi-tasker
* Technical knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, Microsoft Windows, MS
-DOS, MAC OS
* Four years of experience working with patients in a medical setting
* Proficient in Gujarati
WORK EXPERIENCE
Administrative Assistant, Medical Practice of Samir Vora, M.D., Fremont, Ca 2
002-2006
* Honed interpersonal communication skills through interaction with staff and pa
tients
* Procured knowledge of both medical terminology and medical office structure an
d functions
* Performed billing functions including updating patient records and various oth
er data entry functions
* Organized and filed charts; answered and directed phone calls
Resident Assistant, University of California Riverside, Riverside, Ca
2006- 2008
* Acted as role model, leader and friend, promoted community involvement
* Worked with staff to provide safe, clean, healthy environment for students
* Assisted students in transition to college life
Neighborhood House Adult Day Care, San Diego, Ca 2009
* Observed Patients, Nurses, Psychologists, Therapists and Social Workers with d
aily work
* Communicated and delivered medications to patients
* Provided comfort by listening and speaking to patients residing in the facilit
y regarding family and personal problems.
COMMUNITY SERVICE
Tri-City Homeless Shelter; Fremont, Ca
* Served food and spent time with shelter residents on a weekly basis
2003- 2005
Masonic Home, Hayward, Ca 2004
* Familiarized residents with daily activities and helped coordinate social even
ts, such as bingo games.
Camp Counselor
Mount Herman Outdoor Science Camp, Stanislaus, Ca 2004
* Counseled seven sixth grade students at Mount Hermon Outdoor Science Camp
* Monitored, coordinated, and scheduled daily activities such as swimming, horse
back riding, basketball, gym