AU Progressively Responsible Experience in Political Science Questions

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1. A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience in political
science, international relations, law, security, conflict resolution or related area is
required. Please explain how you meet this criterion using examples.
2. Experience in dealing with peace and security issues in Yemen, the Gulf region
and/or the Middle East is required. Please explain how you meet this criterion
using examples.
3. Experience in and/or familiarity with the workings of the UN, including with
special political or peacekeeping missions, is required. Please explain how you
meet this criterion using examples.
4. A minimum of two years of field experience serving in a United Nations peace
operation in a civilian (non-uniformed) capacity, preferably in the Middle East
region, is desirable. Please explain how you meet this criterion using examples.—————————————————————————————————————————– —————————–LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE
The Leadership Mason Conference, George Mason University, United State
Participant
• Empowering Positive Change: Connect. Collaborate. Engage
• Focusing on leadership skill development through large group and small workshop formats
• Enhancing the leadership skills, I already had while gaining new skills that will be beneficial both now and in the future.
Resolution Leadership Conference, Dominican University, United States 2019
Presenter
• Presented on “Building a Pluralistic Environment: An Interfaith Model”
• Explained the purpose and scope of Soul Stories project, sharing stories from individual experience at the coffee houses.
• Developed a deeper awareness of social responsibility, gain leadership skills, and learned advocacy tools as they relate to
their role in a global society
Interfaith Youth Summit, The Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, Skokie, IL, United States 2018
Presenter
• Planed and presented a session on “Building a Pluralistic Environment: An Interfaith Model”
• Explained how relationship is at the heart of understanding across differences
• Interacted with a diverse group of peers from colleges and universities in the Chicagoland area
Student Government Association, Dominican University, United States 2018
Senior Senator
• Responsible for representing, unifying, and helping the clubs of the University
• Supported club representatives to manage and distribute finances for programming
Model United Nation Club, Dominican University, United States 2018
Member
• Participated at Model United Nation conference by representing a country or individuals around the world
• Discussed relevant past, current, or hypothetical issues in international relations with students from colleges and universities
across the country
The Interfaith Youth Summit, Dominican University, River Forest, IL. United States 2018
Mentor
• Helped and supported throughout the process of the Interfaith Youth Summit
• Served as a circle keeper and shared the gift of leadership with each of the students who attended The Interfaith Youth Summit
• Provided personal insight to the Enrollment & Student Success and Mission & Identity committees
Saudi Club, Dominican University, United States 2017
Social Committee Leader
• Responsible for outreach within the club and in the University community
• In charged of assisting event coordinators and provided logistics
• Advised new Saudi students on coursework
International Student Orientation, Tacoma Community, United States 2015
Mentor and Presenter
• Guided orientation and tours every quarter
• Presented culture and history themes to more than 100 students and worked with other students and presenters from all parts of
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Club, Seattle, United States 2014
Social Committee Co-Leader
• Helped students complete their admission applications for universities
• Translated for 40 students with limited English language
Volunteer Service Opportunities
• Service in the Streets
Join students and staff as we prepare and provide sandwiches, hygiene packs and conversation to people who experience homelessness in
downtown Chicago.
• Come to the Table
Come to the Table is a service opportunity done in collaboration with the Quinn Community Center in the neighboring community of
Maywood. Students serve dinner and build relationships with the families who utilize the community center as they sit and eat with those
they meet, while learning about food justice and community empowerment.
—————————————————————————————————————————– —————————WORK EXPERIENCE
Misk Foundation: Power Changes Lives Inc, Morris Plains, NJ
September 2021- December 2021
Project Manager
—————————————————————————————————————————– —————————–• Responsible for tracking, managing, and reporting day-to-day, weekly, and monthly tasks that ensure the success and
sustainability of The Crimson Project.
• Interacting with the lawyers and potential clients of the program, as well as other disciplines and functions within power to
find opportunities for improvement.
University Ministry, Dominican University, River Forest, IL
September 2017- May 2019
Interfaith Relations Intern
• Collaborate with University Ministry and other student organizations to sponsor annual school events
• Host “Better Together” events throughout the year as part of a grant program from the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC)
• Create safe spaces on campus for religious and nonreligious affiliated students
• Moderate “diversity dialogues” by establishing inclusivity and creating group norms
• Create hospitable environments in areas like the University Ministry Center, the Interfaith Prayer Room, Rosary Chapel,
and other designated areas by ensuring students, faculty, and staff feel welcomed and respected
Student Success and Engagement, Dominican University, River Forest, IL
January 2016- May 2019
Integration and Success/ Buddies Program Assistant in Dominican Buddies Program
Research, plan and carry out activities and events for 30 international students
The Office of State Representative Camille Lilly, Chicago, IL
May 2018- August 2018
Outreach Coordinator Intern
• Organized meetings, and events to help the organization’s presence be known
• Supported the marketing team in daily administrative tasks
• Assisted in marketing and advertising promotional activities (social media, direct mail, and web)
• Helped distribute marketing materials by creating flyer packets and getting packets in order
• Responsible for answering emails and phone calls regarding meetings and community events.
—————————————————————————————————————————– —————————–Certificates And Awards
Honor List Award, Dominican University 2018
Dean List Award, Dominican University 2019
Saudi Association Award for “leader of the cultural part of Saudi Association” 2017
Kappa Gamma PI, The National Catholic College graduate honor Society 2019
Best Buddies Program Assistant Award, Dominican University 2019
Outstanding Senior Award in International Relations and Diplomacy, Dominican University 2019
Dominican University and Saudi Association Award of Achieving Academic Excellence 2019
Leadership Certificate Program, Dominican University 2019
Certificate of Completion “Self-Management”, Misk Foundation 2020
Certificate of Completion “Emotional Intelligent”, Wright Foundation 2020
Certificate of Completion, “Creative Thinking” Workshop, Misk Foundation 2021
Certificate “Upgrade for an Uncertain” Future, Misk Foundation 2021
Certificate of Completion, “Future Path Career Essentials Program”, Misk foundation 2021
Certificate of Completion, Virtual Internship, Misk foundation 2021
Certificate of Completion, first-degree black belt in martial arts (Hapkido) 2021
TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS
Computer: Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Language: Bilingual: English, Arabic

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