Michael J. Graham
1812 Elsie Drive
Mount Vernon,
SD 57363
Phone no.- 605-236-3276
Email address- MichaelJGraham@teleworm.com

Academic Background

Obtained Bachelor of Arts Degree from the Allegheny University, Allegheny in the year of 1988 at Art Education as the major.
Areas of Excellence
Have an experience as the craft instructor and worked in this sector for last few years.
Have exclusive knowledge as a program coordinator.
Have training and teaching capability and very much capacitated with the curriculum developmental skills.

Professional Qualifications

Obtained Fundamental Education Certificate from the Northeastern University, California.
Obtained Basic and Secondary Education Certificate in Art Education from the Indiana University.

Professional Background

1998- Present date: Work as an art instructor at Murray Regional School, Honolulu with the following work responsibilities
Provide necessary procedures for updated the study syllabus or study curriculum.
Provide essential training for guiding towards aesthetic study.
Supply students the necessary knowledge of history of arts and appreciation.
Supervise the entire studio environment and works.
Provide proper management for preparing and controlling budget and due inventory works.
Initiated and executed the entire curriculum of gifted arts study.

1992- 1995: Acted as the Arts and Crafts program Instructor at the Osborne Educational and Recreational Association with following responsibilities
Initiated and executed various activity programs with various methods of sewing, knitting, sculpting, weaving, enameling, drawing as well as painting.
Provided essential control for departmental budget and purchased and managed different delivers.
Approved school tours with the members for graffiti arts in that time.

1990- 1991: Acted as the Fundamental Skills Teacher in the Bloomington Educational Program with the following work responsibilities
Initiated and executed various methods for life skill education and enhancing career expertise.
Provided necessary teaching classes in reading, math and other oral subjects.