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Author: Jumana Snow

Contact

jsnow@antiochcollege.edu

https://www.facebook.com/ArabianJem/

SKILLS AND INTERESTS

Jumana's work defines who she is as an artist within the space. She is completing her BA in Visual arts and hopes to build her own business/gallery. Jumana also enjoys coaching/playing soccer, baking delightful goods, and exploring new sights around the world.

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My Work

 
Jordan is considered one of the Arab World's most suave countries, known for its fascinating scenery and wonderful cultural mosaic. Jumana Snow, YSAC’s Antioch Miller Fellow, was born and raised in Jordan. Through her stories, photographs, art and artifacts, she will welcome you to the exotic world of Jordan. Come sample Jordanian food and listen to the area's unique music! -Yellow Springs Arts Council 

Presentations

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Gallery


 

An Artistic Lead Teacher : Jumana Snow ’18 at the Y.S. Community Children’s Center

Sep 12, 2017
 

I am completing my fourth co-op as a student (Miller Fellow) teacher at the Yellow Springs Community Children’s Center. Their philosophy at the center is stated as, “current theory and research concerning how children learn cognitively, socially, emotionally and physically.” (https://www.ysccc.org/philosophy.html) They provide structure for the students, learning objectives, and the ability to express themselves. The center assures the community that they will supply the students with a safe, supportive learning environment.

My role/responsibilities at the center is to enhance a better learning experience, become a leader in the classroom, and actively problem-solve. As an artist, I want to be a helping hand that will guide the students to attain what they thought was impossible. And from what I have seen, there are many talented young kids that I enjoy working with. I appreciate the willingness of my fellow colleagues to deliver their absolute best in providing a structure for the students. We each take the time to listen to each of the students’ needs and compromise as a whole. Recently, I have created a weekly theme-based schedule that allows students to have an equal amount of play and work time.

I have great interest in working with kids, whether it may be coaching sports or teaching in a classroom. I want to be able to assist these students to grow as individuals and to succeed in life, teaching them valuable lessons. For example, simple math, writing skills, being respectful at home and at the center, learning to compromise with one another, etc.

Overall, my experience has been great! I have learned so much more about early childhood education from hands-on experience. I never knew teaching would be pleasant. I learn something new each day from not only the center but the students, themselves.

 

Boonshoft Museum Field Trip


 

“Happiness is Knowing There is Cake in the Oven”: Jumana Snow ’17 at The Cakery

Dec 07, 2016
 
First Order

First Order

I currently work at The Cakery in Troy, Ohio. It is a small corporation that is known for their baked goods and receiving an award for best Buckeyes in Ohio.

During my time at the cake shop, I have eaten cupcakes, cookies, cakes and much more almost every day. Some of my responsibilities were placing orders, greeting customers, and being organized. The Cakery has definitely welcomed me as their own since day one, from there on I have developed friendships and gained hands-on experiential learning experiences. I have progressed gradually through my cake decorating techniques and in sales.

This wonderful opportunity has broadened my future goals and I intend to work hard enough to open my very own business. I couldn’t have done it without my friends at work. (Alicia, Megan , and Courtney)

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Cake