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Scott - Volunteer - Belfast, UK

Olivia Scott

Belfast, UK


I am just finished my time at school and hoping to attend university in Autumn, I strongly feel I should get a job to enhance, both my personal skill set, and my bank balance.
I am a dedicated, trustworthy and extremely reliable young woman with terrific communication and inter-personal skills, which, of course, are incredibly vital for any job. I am a fast and effective learner and will adapt to the situation I am faced with.




I have various types of volunteering behind me, due to my many Duke of Edinburgh awards, some of these include, working in a Primary School, looking after young girls in Brownies,and in Cancer Research UK (sales assistant).

Work History

Volunteer Classroom Assistant

Donegall Road Primary, Cranmore Integrated Primary

Throughout 2012/2013 I took part in a scheme called the Salter Sterling Project. This project involves attending a primary school (Donegal Road Primary) once a week for 1 or 2 hours to work with the children and assist them in any areas they felt less comfortable in, ranging from their academic studies to pastoral care. I also took part in work experience at the start of 2013 for a week in Cranmore Integrated Primary. During this week I acted as a classroom assistant, helping the teacher and the pupils in anything they required. I was also fortunate enough to teach the children for a day, acting as a real teacher. This boosted my self-confidence greatly.
I row for Methodist College Belfast in the Girls First VIII. This requires extreme dedication, determination and perseverance. Rowing has improved my teamwork ability and shows my commitment and mental strength.


Baden Powell Challenge Award

This is the highest ranking award one can receive as a younger Girl Guider.

Chef Guide's Challenge Award

This is the highest ranking award one can receive as a Senior Section Girl Guider.

Gold Duke of Edinburgh's Award

I have completed my Gold DofE most recently and am very proud to have done so. It has allowed me to develop many skills and qualities that would be deemed admirable in any employee.

Silver Duke of Edinburgh's Award

In 2012 I completed my Silver DofE award, which is a set up, and thus, harder than the Bronze award. Again, this was achieved through my Girl Guiding Unit.

Bronze Duke of Edinburgh's Award

In 2011 I completed my Bronze DofE award through my Girl Guiding Unit.

Qualifications & Certifications


Methodist College Belfast

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