Child Care Resumes Texas Resumes Resume Detail for Eva Trejo

Eva Trejo, a Teacher Aid in Dallas, TX 75217
Contact Phone
214 6828678
I am passionate, responsible, and dedicated professional who is seeking a teaching career, and is ready to help students meet their goals. Using a variety of instructional strategies, I will help students meet their needs and guide them to success.

Baby Sitting                                  August 2011-December 2015 Dallas, Texas

- Prepared appropriate snacks for children.

- Taught children the basics of writing and mannerisms.

- Performed daily activities.

-Taught children numbers, the alphabet, and proper hygiene. 

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Skills and Certification

University of North Texas in Dallas          August, 2014-Present

Dallas, Texas                        

Bachelors of Science in Inde. Studies:       May 2017

EC-6 Generalist   

Bilingual Education Certification                   December 2017


John Quincy Adams                              May 2009- August 2009 Dallas, Texas

-Responsible for sending school related information to parents.

-Assisted the teacher in printing, cutting, and monitoring the classroom.

Inspired Vision Academy II              September 2012- May 2014 Dallas, Texas

-Assisted students with math instruction in 2nd grade.

-Assisted the teacher with individual and small group instruction.

Family Literacy Program                       August 2015-May 2016 Dallas, Texas

-Provided healthy snacks for children.

-Provided and performed activities for Spanish speaking students.

-Worked with small groups of students in reading and literacy assistance.

-Co-taught English to Spanish speaking only adults. 



University of North Texas at Dallas
Additional Information
I have done volunteer work that has gave me the privileged to use the skills and be able to apply them with students. I am always seeking a way to help students to meet their educational goals to be successful. Given the opportunity, it will help me improve on how children learn and gives me a challenge to find new ways to teach them.