Andrei Stancu

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Andrei
Stancu
East Greenwich, RI, USA
Honor Society Member
URI ( May-2015 )
Summary
My objectives at the University of Rhode Island • Grow into a leader that inspires and motivates people to improve the health and care giving level in my community • Gain a broad understanding of mechanisms used in providing health services and of economic factors that affect the quality of care • Become an efficient communicator on a broad range of topics • Fully experience the diversity of campus life • Continue to develop as a sociable, open-minded, hopeful and balanced individual • Taking an interest in Health Administration and Services, I look forward to helping my medical community by gaining exposure to a broad range of health services both at URI and as hospital volunteer Academic Achievements • Member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars since January 2015 • 44 credits completed by the beginning of my sophomore year • Graduated training as First Responder with the EMS at URI, sworn corpsman since January 2015 • Won 1st place in the 2013 Americanism essay contest held by the Fleet Reserve Association at branch level. • Advanced ranks to E3 position through a series of written exams with the Naval Sea Cadet Corps – 2011-2013. Leadership • North Woods Challenge Course Facilitation • Attended the First Year Student Leadership Institute at URI
Intended Job Path
Healthcare Administration
Grad School Interests
MHA, MPH
Honors & Awards
University of Rhode Island Dean List
2014, 2015
EMS First Responder, sworn Corpsman at University of Rhode Island
since 2014
Certificate of Recognition at University of Rhode Island
2015, "First year leaders inspired to excellence" leadership development course for the Leadership Study Minor
FEMA Certificate of Achievement
"Andrei Stancu has reaffirmed a dedication to serve in times of crisis through continued professional development and completion of the independent study course: IS-00100.b Introduction to Incident Command System ICS-100"
Education
University of Rhode Island
Health Studies/Leadership and Business
2014 to 2018
East Greenwich High School
2011 to 2014
Job Experience
EMS Corpsman
University of Rhode Island
January, 2015 to May, 2018
Major
Health Studies
Language Proficiency
Spanish (Spain)
Intermediate
Romanian
Beginner
Volunteering
Shadowed and assisted Physical Therapist
Kent Hospital, RI, Department of Physical Therapy
June, 2014 to May, 2015
Blood work assistant, EMT shadowing
Kent Hospital, RI, Department of Emergency
May, 2015 to September, 2015
Informed visitors about the different sea creatures at various exhibits
Newport Exploration Center and Aquarium
May, 2013 to October, 2013
Guided participants at Save the Bay annual bay swim events and maintained the beach cleanliness
US Naval Sea Cadets in Rhode Island
April, 2012 to September, 2013
Hobbies
• Training for EMT Basic certification with American Safety Programs & Training Inc May-August 2015 • Scuba diving SDI certified as Adventure Diver – URI, November 2014 • Beginner Sailing training – URI, August 2014 • Create sound mixes by combining and looping synthesized or processed audio sounds using a host of software programs and hardware modules. I produce music in my home studio, had a short appearance on stage at the DV8 club in Providence, February 2015. • Trained and PADI certified in Scuba Diving, Sea Cadet training completed in Tennessee, obtained Open Water Diver certification -2013 • Navy trained in the Quonset Battalion of Sea Cadets between April 2012-September 2013. The program fosters good citizenship, leadership skills, self-discipline, a strong sense of ethics, and high moral standards. Completed basic military and seaman training courses. Boot camp trained, CPR certified, trained in safety, emergency and firefighting • Trained in Music theory, took private weekly guitar lessons for 3 years and piano for 4 years
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