Resume

Zoey Henderson

Zhenderson1@lamar.edu · zoeynoelhenderson.com

Experience

October 2017 – June 2018

Scholarship Singer, Trinity First United Methodist Church

As a paid musician in this church, my responsibilities include learning preparing my music for rehearsals, assisting other choir members in learning their part, and singing solos when one is written in a piece. There is one rehearsal a week, and then a shortened rehearsal before Sunday services.

September 2018 – Current

Scholarship Singer, St. Andrews Presbyterian Church

January 2019 – Current

Assistant Choral Director, St. Andrews Presbyterian Church

As the assistant choral director, I have responsibilities such as leading rehearsal or Sunday performances in the event the head director is unable to attend. I ensure that all music is printed and ready for Sunday mornings and all members have any paperwork, music, or other items they may need for each day the choir meets.

Education

May 2017

High School Graduate, Ross S. Sterling High School

  • GPA: 4.7
  • National Honor Society (2015-2017)
  • A/B Honor Roll
  • Dual Credit Courses: Composition and British Literature

Skills

  • Does well with directions, but can step in as a leader when needed
  • Organized
  • Embraces diversity
  • Works well with others, but also thrives independently

Activities

  • All-State Women’s Choir (2016)
  • First Chair All-State Mixed Choir (2017)
  • Black Warrior Award (2017)
  • Section Leader Award (2015-2017)
  • Soprano Section Leader (2013-2017)
  • Varsity Women’s Choir (2013-2014)
  • Varsity Mixed Choir (2014-2017)
  • Outstanding Senior Girl (2017)
  • Student of the month (2015, 2017)
  • All-Region Women’s Choir (2013)
  • All-Region Mixed Choir (2014-2017)
  • Mirabeau Scholarship (2017)

 

*Because this resume is on a public website, certain information has been omitted to protect my privacy.  If you would like a full resume with my phone number and physical address, please use the “Contact” tab to request a copy of the original.

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