Alyscia L. Eisen




                    The George Washington University School of Business          August 2004- Present

                    B.B.A with a minor in Political Science

                  GPA: 3.7/4.0       



Community Living & Learning Center                     Washington, DC

Community Facilitator                                                       August 2005- Present

·         Facilitated a self-governing community of 36 first year college students.

·         Initiated intervention in student health and crisis situations.

·         Documented inappropriate behavior with incident reports.

·         Planned and implemented educational, social, and service oriented programs for up to 600 students.

·         Acted as a role model for leadership and professional behavior.


HUDSON VALLEY LAW OFFICE                                   Cortlandt Manor, NY

Law Office Assistant                                                               May-August 2005

·         Conducted research for client files on legal and estate matters, credit histories, and background checks.

·         Communicated with clients and banks on state of mortgage applications.

·         Coordinated appointments and calendars

·         Participated in business meetings and real-estate closings.

·         Evaluated financial portfolio to determine net worth for estate purposes.


INTERNATIONAL GYMNASTICS CAMP                            Stroudsburg, PA

Instructor/ Counselor                                           June-August 2003, 2004, 2005

·         Instructed gymnasts ages 8-18.

·         Counseled cabins of 10-20 girls ages 8-18.

·         Participated in one week training sessions each summer on working with children, how to confront, mediate, and creatively resolve conflict.

·         Honored by peers and campers with the Instructor Who Taught The Most Award.


G-DUB 101                                                                               Washington, DC

Mentor                                                                          September 2005- Present

·         Coordinated and delivered program meetings to aid first year Spirit Program members in college basics such as time management, academic success, responsible decision making, community service, and diversity.




George Washington University Spirit Program                    August 2004- Present

·         Member of a nationally competitive coed cheerleading team.

·         Creative problem solving.

·         Skills related to this activity include team work, collaboration, commitment, communication, discipline, accountability, and responsibility.


Rhythms Living and Learning Community                         August 2004-May 2005

Prelaw Society                                                                           August 2004- Present



Deans list

Phi Eta Sigma National Freshmen Honor Society



·         Peer Tutoring.

·         Spirit program fundraising.

·         IVY Cup: Harvard V. Yale Charity polo match.



·         CPR – Adult/ Child/ Infant.

·         First aid - Adult/ Child/ Infant.

·         Defribulator- (AED) Adult.

·         USAG Safety Certification for Instructors- United States Association of Gymnastics.



·         Management and Information Systems.

·         Public speaking.

·         Microsoft Word, Power Point, Access, Excel, Conference Programmer, Basic web page design, Internet navigation and research.



Available upon request