Ms. Yvonne England


Educator with 7 years experience working with students through non-profit work. Enthusiastic and energetic teaching style. Emphasis on skill development and source analysis.

Core Competencies:

  • Curriculum Design

  • Student-Centered Learning

  • Summative and Formative Assessments

  • Interdisciplinary Teaching Methods

  • Socio-Emotional Learning

  • Strong Written and Verbal Communication

Technical Skills:

  • Google Classroom

  • PearDeck

  • GoFormative

  • Microsoft Office Suite

  • Google Apps

  • Zoom, Google Meets, and other video conferencing services

Work Experience:

Riverside Virtual Program, Riverside Unified School District, Remote | 10/2020 - 05/2021

Student Teacher

  • Created engaging lessons with an emphasis on analyzing primary and secondary sources.

  • Improved student engagement by infusing PearDeck into my slides, allowing for more students to participate in the virtual classroom.

  • Infused technology into lesson plans and assessments, working to develop the skills of my students to reflect the skills needed for college and the workforce.

  • Created and implemented summative unit and semester assessments.

  • Emphasized socioemotional needs of students with weekly check-ins.

  • Prepared students for district writing assessment.

Boys and Girls Club, San Bernardino | 01/2020 - 06/2020

Site Coordinator

  • Created the monthly schedule for youth programs.

  • Ran programs for youth between the ages of five - fourteen years old.

  • Completed weekly attendance and engagement reports.

  • Communicated with parents regarding student needs and club updates.

  • Recruited new members within the housing site location.

Junior State of America, Remote | 09/2016 - 11/2019

Southern California Program Director, Stanford Deputy Director, UCLA Institute Director

  • Managed the organization’s largest JSA State.

  • Oversaw State outreach and communication to schools and educators.

  • Ran overnight conventions ranging from 350 - 1,000 participants.

  • Improved engagement by developing initiatives including speech and essay competitions.

  • Developed New Leaders training program for underclassmen

  • Standardized leadership training for all of the organization's incoming student leaders.

  • Collaborated with Operations Department to streamline invoicing system reducing the workload of the Program and Accounting Departments.

American Cancer Society, Riverside | 07/2013 - 08/2016

Community Manager

  • Managed Relay For Life events including one of the Inland Empire’s largest community events and multiple high schools events throughout the region.

  • Recruited and trained new volunteers.

  • Oversaw the planning and execution of fundraising efforts, outreach, and communications.

  • Grew event sponsorship year-over-year, emphasizing new commitments and donor retention.

  • Managed event budgets with an emphasis in cost reduction.

  • Led education and advocacy efforts within my portfolio, consistently increasing advocacy membership year-over-year.


  • University Of California, Riverside — Masters in Education, Social Science Credential in the Ethnic Studies Pathway, English Credential | In Progress | 3.9 GPA

  • California State University, Fullerton — MA in American Studies | 2013 | 4.0 GPA

  • University Of California, Riverside — BA in History and English | 2010 | 3.65 GPA

Professional Development:

  • California Alliance for Inclusive Schooling:

      • “Using Tech Tools to Universally Design Distance Learning,” 09/17/2020

      • “Culturally and Linguistically Relevant Academic Instruction (part 1 of 2),” 09/30/2020

      • “Culturally and Linguistically Relevant Academic Instruction (part 2 of 2),” 10/14/2020

  • The Teaching Channel:

      • “Distance Learning Playbook: Engagement in Any Setting Confirmation,” 10/15/2020

  • Northwest Teaching for Social Justice Conference, 10/17/2020:

      • “Anti-Racist Work in Schools: One School’s Ongoing Journey and Commitment”

      • “The Way Forward with Ethnic Studies in Washington”

      • “Revolutionary Education at the Crossroads of Race, Class, and COVID”

  • Road to Teaching Conference, 11/13-14/2020:

      • “Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences (Aces)”

      • “Social Justice Through Children’s Literature”

      • “The Five E’s Of Education: Strategies For Serving The Underserved & Marginalized Student”

Professional Organizations:

  • California Council for the Social Studies, member since 2021

  • American Historical Association, member since 2021