Sarah Adamo is a junior at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ), where she is studying history and secondary education. Prior to serving as NJEA Preservice secretary and political action co-chair, Adamo served as an NJEA Preservice ambassador during the 2020-21 academic year. In that role, Adamo helped increase awareness of Preservice events and initiatives across her college campus, augmented membership and built connections between on-campus leadership and statewide associates. Adamo also attended the 2020 NJEA Convention and the Aspiring Educators Conference this past summer.
At TCNJ, Adamo is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, the Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society, the Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society, and the university’s honors program. Adamo has worked in the Tutoring Center at TCNJ since the fall of 2020. She volunteers as an online tutor for ESL students in the Ukraine through the ENGin program and for children of low-income households in the Washington, D.C. area with Northstar Tutoring.
Adamo has also worked as an oral proficiency leader teaching French to her fellow college students since spring 2020. Additionally, Adamo served as TCNJ’s French Club president from 2020-21 and is a current Health and Wellness Peer Educator. Adamo has also been an active correspondent to TCNJ’s student newspaper, The Signal, since fall 2019.
Beyond campus, Adamo is an assistant taekwondo instructor in Northern New Jersey with a second-degree black belt. She has worked at summer camps over the past five years, including Limitless in Denville, a program that embraces neurodiversity and the Developmental, Individual-differences, and Relationship-based model.