Kyle Niver



Classroom experience in elementary grade levels working with individual students, guiding small group instruction, and teaching whole class lessons and activities. Over four years of experience working with publishers to create multi-component educational projects and other tools for kindergarten through sixth grade levels. Experience in working in a production environment in educational development and marketing/promotional advertising. 



Eastern Connecticut State University

Currently pursuing a Master of Science Degree in Elementary Education with Certification • Jan. 2011 – present

Eastern Connecticut State University

Bachelor of Studio Art, Graphic Design Track • May 2005


Professional Experience

Graduate Student in Elementary Education 

Jan. 2011 – present

Eastern Connecticut State University

Attending classes focused on Elementary Education covering teaching methods and specific subject area content. Clinical credit hours completed within a grade 5 classroom, include experience:

• Creating whole class lessons and activities for students.

• Guiding small group instruction for Reading Comprehension assignments.

• Working individually with students who have learning disabilities, assisting with Language Arts and Mathematics content.


Project Leader

March 2007 – Jan. 2011

New England Typographic Services

Supervise projects involving full service educational products, focusing on teacher and student edition textbooks with both online and offline components. 

• Lead teams in local production as well as supervising off shore production staff.

• Maintaining project budgets and staying within billing estimates.

• Develop new procedures to improve existing workflow.

• Train production operators in new software and productivity.


Production Operator

June 2006 – March 2007

New England Typographic Services

Production artist/layout operator specializing in digital production of textbooks.

• Create layouts for teacher and student editions for K-6 grade projects.

• Train newly hired and existing employees in software and workflow processes.


Graphic Artist

Nov. 2005 – May 2006

Lewtan Industries

Graphic artist responsible for working with clients to develop creative solutions for marketing and promotional items.

• Contribute to the design of the yearly product catalogue, advertisements and web site.


Graphic Design Summer Internship

June 2004 – Sept. 2004

Quinnebaug Valley Community College

Office for Community and Professional Learning

• Redesigned the Fall 2004 registration catalogue.



Available upon request