| Margaret Worthington
415 North Chorro, Condo # 7
San Luis Obispo, CA 93405
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Bachelor of Arts: History, Expected March 2009
Minor: French Minor: Geography/Anthropology
Upper Division GPA: 3.4, Major GPA: 3.58, Overall GPA: 3.25
University of Paris 7, Jussieu (Denis Diderot)
Study Abroad, Paris, France California State University International Programs, September 2006-August 2007
AIESEC, Cal Poly State University Chapter Annually, 2007-2009
Coordinated the exchange of Cal Poly students to internships abroad.
Organized the paperwork and visas for students and companies.
Served as communication link between students, international businesses and Aiesesc international leaders.
Collaborated with Aiesec team members to develop cultural transition workshops in preparation of working abroad.
Prepared presentations on cultural, non-verbal norms by country in order to prepare international interns.
Fair Trade Club 2009
Maintained communication with other fair trade clubs on California university campuses.
Conducted research on current national fair trade issues and presented information at club meetings.
U.S. State Department, Office of the Historian, Washington, DC September-December 2007
Transcribed President Nixon’s Oval Office Tapes and reviewed others’ transcriptions for accuracy
Retrieved primary documents and researched American Cold War diplomatic history at the National Archives in College Park, Maryland
High School History, Miramonte High School, Orinda, CA September 2004-June 2005
Graded essays on European and American history for two Advanced Placement classes consisting of about ninety students
Nixon In Cambodia
Pride of Angkor
Theoretical analysis of primary sources to assess colonial governmental policies concerning protection
United States Media in the Pot
29 page, interdisciplinary research, use of primary sources to analyze public responses to media coverage
Britain’s Backlash: The Opium Wars and Their Affect on Present Day Western and Eastern Relations
Use of Parliamentary documents, Church records and personal accounts to show chronological change
Early Christians and the Myth of Saint Patrick
Diagnostic examination of primary texts (government and church records) to analyze the spread of culture
Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Intranet, Mac, Jstor, Project Muse, Historical Abstract, 50 WPM