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Danyelle Foster Professional Portfolio Longwood University Farmville, Virginia. Education. Bachelor of Science, December 2009 (Anticipated) Major: Psychology Honors, Awards, Activities Psychology Club, Historian BASIC Gospel Choir, Member Black Student Association, Member. Skills. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Danyelle Foster Professional Portfolio Longwood University Farmville, Virginia

Danyelle FosterProfessional Portfolio

Longwood UniversityFarmville, Virginia

EducationBachelor of Science, December 2009 (Anticipated)Major: Psychology

Honors, Awards, ActivitiesPsychology Club, HistorianBASIC Gospel Choir, MemberBlack Student Association, Member

SkillsConducting ResearchResearch DesignData Collection & AnalysisWritten and Oral CommunicationComputer Skills (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)SkillsSample Excel Spreadsheet

Skills

Sample PowerPoint Presentation Slides

SkillsSample Word Document

Work ExperienceCashier (Summer: 2003-2005): Burkeville Market, Burkeville, Va

Sales Associate (Summer 2008): CATO, Farmville, VAReferencesDr. David CarkenordProfessor of PsychologyLongwood Universitycarkenorddm@longwood.edu

Earl MooreOwner and ManagerBurkeville Marketearlmoore@hotmail.com

Contact Information for Danyelle FosterAt Home804.561.0971danyelle4eva@yahoo.com

At School804.926.7972danyelle.foster@live.longwood.edu

South AfricaDanyelle FosterApril 8, 2008

History and Heritage

Government

Education

Geography and Climate

Arts and Culture

Cuisine

EntertainmentCuisine

Most African foods are not served in restaurantsPopular foods include broiled sausage, overcooked vegetables and chipsA common meal that is found in villages are rice and stew, which is said to be very fillingVegetarians would have trouble with their diets because most of the food served includes meat

EducationSchool consist grades 0-9. After 9th grade everything else is consider higher educationEach province in South Africa has its own education department but the National Department of Education is responsible for the entire countryGeneral Education is required under the 1996 Compulsory Act requiring children to attend school from grade R-grade 9 (from ages 7-15)There is an 86% literacy rate