Maurus Gallardo Dumalaog

Objective:     To become a high school Ethnic Studies teacher for LAUSD.

Education:    San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA          

Currently enrolled, Double Major: Asian American Studies and Liberal Studies

GPA of 3.11 Expected Graduation:  May 2011


Teaching Experience:           

Pin@y Educational Partnerships- San Francisco, CA

August 2008-Present              


  • Create and execute lesson plans designed around Critical Filipina/o American studies and Ethnic Studies for students ranging from K- college.
  • Create mentee/mentor relationships among students
  • Create site activities, projects/events, and field trips for students.
  • Present at local and National Conferences


Pilipino American Collegiate Endeavor-San Francisco, CA           

May 2007-Present

Community Coordinator

  • Create workshops for peer-to-peer internship program
  • Organize exposure trips to various community groups
  • Organized community service opportunities


Relevant Work:

Associated Students, Inc.- San Francisco, CA           

August 2010-Present

Ethnic Studies Representative

  • Represents the College of Ethnic Studies to the ASI's  Board of Directors
  • Meets with the Dean of the College of Ethnic studies once a month to discuss college-specific issues and creates plan of actions
  • Organized "Save Ethnic Studies Nationally: SFSU's Role" event
  • Managing and allocating University budget


Liberal Studies Senior Seminar- San Francisco, CA

January 2011- Present


  • Research Proposal on Filipina/o American youth identity in Los Angeles' Historic Filipinotown


Employment Experience:           

Olive Garden Restaurant - San Francisco, CA

June 2008-Present


  • Provide an excellent dining experience for guest
  • Studying and memorizing full menu
  • Making food and beverage recommendations
  • Cash handling