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Kindergarten Assistant

DREAM Charter School

HQ Phone: (212) 722-0232

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DREAM Charter School

232 East 103Rd Street

New York, New York 10029

United States

Company Description

DREAM Charter School develops life-long learners who make positive change in their communities and the world. DREAM graduates understand that a healthy and resilient body enhances an active and critical mind. Our graduates have the skills and habits of mi ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Mentor

Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future

Education

Bachelor of Arts

Theater and Dance

Union College

Web References (6 Total References)


Faculty & Staff | Who We Are | Who We Are

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Charles Holiday


Faculty & Staff | Who We Are | Who We Are

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Charles Holiday

Kindergarten Assistant
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Charles Holiday, Kindergarten Teaching Assistant, was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He attended Union College in Schenectady, New York where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Theater and Dance with a minor in English. For his thesis, he traveled to Jamaica where he formulated an adaptable program that taught youth to use theatrical tools as a primary means of self-expression and utilizing its capacity to foster oral traditions in the community. Upon graduating he returned to New York City where he worked in theater and film while taking acting classes. During this time, he also fulfilled his passion for education by serving as a proud teacher, co-teacher and tutor for the New York City Department of Education--mainly serving special education "at risk youth" from low-income households attending high schools that were designated as failing. Coming from a similar background, he realized the importance of being positive role model and educator for underprivileged youth within the community. Before joining DREAM, Charles served as a mentor for the Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future (LEAF) in Georgia and Arizona where he engaged youth in accomplishing conservation and sustainability goals set forth by the Nature Conservancy. He served as a REAL Kids after-school literacy teacher as well at Harlem RBI, where he had the privilege of teaching and reinforcing fundamental reading and writing skills to kindergarten and first grade students. He currently seeks to expand upon his work by rigorously preparing students for competitive institutions of higher learning while fostering an unbridled and genuine appreciation of life-long learning.


DREAM Charter School - Faculty & Staff

www.dreamschoolnyc.org [cached]

Charles Holiday

Kindergarten Assistant
...
Charles Holiday, Kindergarten Teaching Assistant, was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He attended Union College in Schenectady, New York where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Theater and Dance with a minor in English. For his thesis, he traveled to Jamaica where he formulated an adaptable program that taught youth to use theatrical tools as a primary means of self-expression and utilizing its capacity to foster oral traditions in the community. Upon graduating he returned to New York City where he worked in theater and film while taking acting classes. During this time, he also fulfilled his passion for education by serving as a proud teacher, co-teacher and tutor for the New York City Department of Education--mainly serving special education "at risk youth" from low-income households attending high schools that were designated as failing. Coming from a similar background, he realized the importance of being positive role model and educator for underprivileged youth within the community. Before joining DREAM, Charles served as a mentor for the Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future (LEAF) in Georgia and Arizona where he engaged youth in accomplishing conservation and sustainability goals set forth by the Nature Conservancy. He served as a REAL Kids after-school literacy teacher as well at Harlem RBI, where he had the privilege of teaching and reinforcing fundamental reading and writing skills to kindergarten and first grade students. He currently seeks to expand upon his work by rigorously preparing students for competitive institutions of higher learning while fostering an unbridled and genuine appreciation of life-long learning.


DREAM Charter School - Faculty & Staff

dreamschoolnyc.org [cached]

Charles Holiday

Kindergarten Assistant
...
Charles Holiday, Kindergarten Teaching Assistant, was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He attended Union College in Schenectady, New York where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Theater and Dance with a minor in English. For his thesis, he traveled to Jamaica where he formulated an adaptable program that taught youth to use theatrical tools as a primary means of self-expression and utilizing its capacity to foster oral traditions in the community. Upon graduating he returned to New York City where he worked in theater and film while taking acting classes. During this time, he also fulfilled his passion for education by serving as a proud teacher, co-teacher and tutor for the New York City Department of Education--mainly serving special education "at risk youth" from low-income households attending high schools that were designated as failing. Coming from a similar background, he realized the importance of being positive role model and educator for underprivileged youth within the community. Before joining DREAM, Charles served as a mentor for the Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future (LEAF) in Georgia and Arizona where he engaged youth in accomplishing conservation and sustainability goals set forth by the Nature Conservancy. He served as a REAL Kids after-school literacy teacher as well at Harlem RBI, where he had the privilege of teaching and reinforcing fundamental reading and writing skills to kindergarten and first grade students. He currently seeks to expand upon his work by rigorously preparing students for competitive institutions of higher learning while fostering an unbridled and genuine appreciation of life-long learning.


DREAM Charter School - Faculty & Staff

dreamschoolnyc.org [cached]

Charles Holiday

Kindergarten Assistant
...
Charles Holiday, Kindergarten Teaching Assistant, was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He attended Union College in Schenectady, New York where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Theater and Dance with a minor in English. For his thesis, he traveled to Jamaica where he formulated an adaptable program that taught youth to use theatrical tools as a primary means of self-expression and utilizing its capacity to foster oral traditions in the community. Upon graduating he returned to New York City where he worked in theater and film while taking acting classes. During this time, he also fulfilled his passion for education by serving as a proud teacher, co-teacher and tutor for the New York City Department of Education--mainly serving special education "at risk youth" from low-income households attending high schools that were designated as failing. Coming from a similar background, he realized the importance of being positive role model and educator for underprivileged youth within the community. Before joining DREAM, Charles served as a mentor for the Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future (LEAF) in Georgia and Arizona where he engaged youth in accomplishing conservation and sustainability goals set forth by the Nature Conservancy. He served as a REAL Kids after-school literacy teacher as well at Harlem RBI, where he had the privilege of teaching and reinforcing fundamental reading and writing skills to kindergarten and first grade students. He currently seeks to expand upon his work by rigorously preparing students for competitive institutions of higher learning while fostering an unbridled and genuine appreciation of life-long learning.

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