Resumes by Career: Recent Graduate

Accounting Professional Recent Graduate

Dale Wong
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234

Summary of Qualifications

· Multi-networked, information-related, cross-cultured.
· Strong communication and rapport-building skills.
· Skillful at processing data and information, keeping records, and tabulation.
· Excellent knowledge in the matters of Finance and Accounting.
· Hardworking, goal-oriented, highly competent and team player oriented.


Bachelor of Science in Accounting
Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL
Relevant course work:
· Corporate Finance
· ISM 3011
Member of the ASA(Accounting Students Association)

Languages & Skills

Languages: French & Creole Fluently
PC Skills: Windows 98, ME, 2000 & XP, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, e-mail and Internet research.

Experience Summary

Barnes & Nobles, FAU Campus, Boca Raton, FL
2001 – Present
Compiled reports, such as cash receipts, customer-bill charges, and sales for accounting and management purposes, or supervised clerical workers preparing reports. Hired and trained workers. Observed checking, billing, and cashiering activities; counted cash; and reconciled charge sales and cash receipts with total sales to verify accuracy of transactions.

Winn Dixie, Boca Raton, FL
1998 – 2001
Full-charge Bookkeeping and Accounting. Performing full charge bookkeeping and account management through financial statements and assembled documentation for year-end audits and respond to auditors' inquiries.
Duties included, but is not limited to:
· Accounts Receivable and Billing
· Inventory Control
· Budgeting
· Prepared Bank Deposits
· Accounts Payable
· Fixed Assets Analysis
· Bank Reconciliation
· Automated Payroll
· General Ledger
· Financial Account Analysis

Haiti Telecommunications, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
1992 – 1996
Accounting Manager
Supervised Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable department. Provided training to develop and enhance quality customer relations. Ensured and maintained ethical accounting practices. Managed and directed up to twelve associates. Communicated tactfully and effectively with team. Boosted team productivity by approximately 30%. Encouraged high moral, coached new software programs and maintained a resolution-oriented group. Handled escalated issues.

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Aeronautical Engineer

Stacey McGovern
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


A position employing education in Aeronautical / Mechanical Engineering to contribute to the timely completion of space projects.


Reed Polytechnic Institute, Rochester, NY
Bachelor of Science, Aeronautical Engineering / Mechanical Engineering
GPA: 3.5, Relevant Courses
Fixed Wing Design* / Space Flight Dynamics
Elements of Mechanical Design / Experimental Fluid Dynamics
Vehicular Dynamics and Automatic Control
*Designed a four- seat GA aircraft with a turbofan engine.

Awards & Scholarships
Graduated Cum Laude (1999)
Dean's List
Pi Tau Sigma
(Mechanical Engineering Honor Fraternity)


• Academically competent in all areas of design, development and testing of aircraft or space vehicles.
• Skillfully apply knowledge of aerodynamics to theory, development and modification of aircraft / components.
• Research and analyze data to develop mechanical and electro-mechanical products and systems.
• Expertly organize project guidelines.
• Systematically test prototypes / subassemblies to study and evaluate effects of stress.
• Ensure conformance of engineered product to design and customer specification.
• Coordinate operation, maintenance and repair activities to maximize productivity.
• Computer Knowledge:
Operating Systems: Unix / Windows
Programming Languages: C / HTML
Applications: Word / CAD / Maple / SAS / Matlab (Simulink) / Alpha 5, P-Spice


Geo Laboratories, Inc., Syracuse, NY
1997 - Present
Computer Technician
• Developed database system for use in a warehouse / reorganized warehouse.

Zane Furnishings, Albany, NY
1996 - 1997
• Prepared large and heavy furniture and appliances for transport.
• Identified and delivered client possessions.


Academic Tutor
GM Week Committee Member
Eagle Scout--12 years of dedicated service
National Conservation Award
National Thespian Society

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Aerospace Engineer Recent Graduate

Devin Saunders
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Dynamic, forward-looking team player with a sound understanding in mechanical and aerospace engineering. Excellent working knowledge in CAD drafting, including ability to interpret and analyze data to develop and design models. Inspiring team leader with the ability to think laterally to provide solutions, exercising independent judgment and decision-making in the diagnosis and resolution of problems. Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to communicate effectively at all levels.

· CFD Analysis
· Gas Dynamics
· Propulsion
· CAD Drafting
· Viscous Flow
· Structural Design & Analysis
· Aerodynamics
· Stress Analysis
· Numerical Analysis
· Space Systems
· Finite Element Analysis
· Engineering Graphics & Design

Advanced skills in AutoCAD 2000/2002, Catia V5, Matlab R12, Ansys V5.5, and FLUENT


Research Assistant (Summer Position)
Reporting directly to Professor for New York’s Propulsion Research Facility performing research and analysis for various projects; data extrapolation; aerodynamics; CFD analysis and CAD drawings.
· Instrumental in managing complete set-up for solid motor rocket experiment; designed bed assembly and performed all CAD assignments utilizing AutoCAD.
· Collaborated with assistant professor regarding the usage and operation of the Waveview software for the new data extrapolation hardware to be used by thesis students; wrote a step-by-step technical manual for students on software use.
· Independently calculated aerodynamic coefficients for the RTD-1 at various altitudes in order to correlate CFD analysis results, enabling the matching of numbers in Missile Datcom program.
· Performed CFD analysis on RTD-1 and SPHADS vehicles to determine aerodynamic coefficients and visualize the flow over the rocket vehicles, resulting in possible design recommendations for both vehicles; testing and analysis, was performed in FLUENT.
· Created and developed all CAD drawings for experiments, including Solid Rocket Motor (SRM) Safety duct GA/Detailed, SRM Bed Assembly GA, SRM Bed Assembly Detailed, Small Payload High Altitude Delivery System (SPHADS) GA/Detailed, SPHADS 3D, and Rocket Glider Vehicle 3D.


2001 – 2002
· Appointed as Project Leader for numerous group projects, supervising small groups of 4-6 and assisting team members in troubleshooting problems.
· Collaborated with project team in successfully designing an International Space Station (ISS) module designed for regular experimental purposes. In case of emergencies, module had an ability to separate from the ISS and serve as a safe-haven to crew.
· Analyzed and interpreted information from data to develop a CFD model of an external flow over a rocket vehicle for thesis project; rocket vehicles were modeled in AutoCAD and meshed in Gambit, while CFD analysis was carried out in FLUENT.


Bachelor of Engineering (2002)

Major: Aerospace Engineering

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Robin Saunders
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Position in sales or marketing utilizing experience in the financial services field to achieve company goals.


Develop productive and profitable business relationships, market research, conduct presentations to high net worth clients and corporate decision-makers, prospect and network for new business, conduct sales calls, work directly with sales staff to increase revenues, set achievable sales goals, account development, and design programs to increase product knowledge.

Manage and organize financial services and business operations, P&L analysis and review, development of financial analysis, control, and reporting systems, cash flow management, strategic planning, make credit approval recommendations, insurance, mortgage, and lending industry issues, budgeting and cost controls, and schedule operational tasks and projects.

Coordinate public relations, interact productively with individuals from all backgrounds, ability to produce in-depth proposals and reports, expertise in business communications, and knowledge of computer applications including PC desktop systems, Windows, Microsoft Word, Excel, Mortgage & Credit Analysis programs, E-Mail, and Internet. Fluent (reading/writing/speaking) in the Spanish language.

Consistently noted by senior management, staff, and clients for taking on and accomplishing special projects, superior detail-oriented management skills, ability to prioritize tasks to accomplish maximum results, timely completion of projects, and ability to solve organizational problems with innovative solutions.


Industrial Insurance Corporation, Detroit, MI
1997 - Present
Agent / Associate / Registered Representative
• Member of the Million Dollar Roundtable.
• Achieved President's Council Agent status.
• Named 1999 "New Associate of the Year."
• Managed sales and marketing of Universal Life, Whole Life, Term, Health, Disability, Medicare Supplement, Accident Indemnity, and related policies. Sales duties include quoting rates, prequalifying customers, and assisting with the underwriting process for various insurance policies.
• Travel throughout the Midwest to educate individuals on plan features and benefits. Specialize in providing individualized services for life insurance, upgrading existing policies, servicing existing accounts, making presentations, and initiating the claims process for clientele.
• Prospecting and set appointments based on leads, coordinated corporate office staff, maintained quality control, networked, prepared various reports, designed and delivered presentations to current and prospective clients, and managed all other aspects of sales and service.
• Performed administrative responsibilities including coordinating with office staff, maintaining quality control, cold-calling, networking, preparing spreadsheets, designing and delivering presentations to current and prospective clients, analyzing competitive price data and trends, and all other aspects of sales and service.

Reed and Associates, Lansing, MI
1996 - 1997
Investment Executive
• Won awards for production and excellent presentation skills.
• Conducted effective cold-calling to high net-worth individuals.
• Sold a wide range of investment products for estate planning purposes, personal needs and various non-qualified retirement plans, advised clients on cost-effective investment strategies, assessed financial resources, and determined tolerance for risk.
• Oversaw portfolio asset allocation including managing, allocating, and analyzing mutual fund assets and various investment options, development of customized financial plans, and implementing and updating various investment plans.
• Managed relationships, produced quarterly performance data, and analyzed reports. Produced advisories on stock performance, mutual fund analysis, and assisted clients in preparing educational funding plans for children.

Maxwell Incorporated, Detroit, MI
1994 - 1996
Senior Credit Manager
• Ranked in the top 10% in regional sales goals.
• Assigned to train new branch staff and university interns.
• Coordinated all branch collection activities, tracked 30-60-90-day accounts, made payment arrangements, contacted past due clients, attended bankruptcy proceedings, repossessions and foreclosures, tracked correspondence, analyzed collateral, made credit approval decisions, and worked closely with TRW, Equifax, and other reporting services.
• Ensured that the branch controlled delinquency at acceptable levels through intensive training, effective utilization of personnel, credit analysis, and targeted collection activities. Set up financial dealers, maintained up-to-date knowledge of all applicable laws and regulations, monitored financial performance, and solved organizational problems as needed.
• Reviewed prospective loan packages, advised clients on refinancing and financial strategies, conducted cold-calling, sold life insurance products to loan applicants, utilized various marketing and sales strategies to increase production, determined acceptable risks, and assessed credit and banking information.

Doyle and Associates, Flint, MI
1992 - 1994
Planning Assistant / Intern
• Assisted Certified Financial Planners in sales and marketing of mutual funds, life insurance plans, annuities, and various related financial services and products. Participated in presentations, gathering of basic data for underwriting purposes, and marketing outreach.

Acme Insurance Agency, Flint, MI
1991 - 1992
Marketing Intern
• Provided information to clients and prospective clients on life, health, and automotive insurance. Assisted in gaining new clients and updated existing client base on new programs and offerings.


University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Concentration: Finance
• Enrolled in the Evening Division MBA / Law Curriculum, completed International Business Marketing

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Bachelor of Arts, Economics
• Full Athletic Scholarship
• Defensive Back, Football Team
• Four Years Letterman, Football
• Team Captain, Football


• National Association of Insurance and Investment Professionals
• Currently serve on University of Michigan Alumni Board
• Past President (2000-2001) University of Michigan Detroit Alumni Chapter
• Financial Management Advancement Program (MAP)
• The Learning Seminar for Interactive Listening for Salespeople
• Industrial Insurance Co. Universal Life, Disability & Securities Courses
• MLIC Registered Representative
• Certified Financial Planner (CFP) License in Progress
• Series 6 & 63 Licenses Pending
• Registered, Michigan Office of Financial Institutions

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Architect Designer

Robin Saunders
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234

Client Focused ~ Creative ~ Innovative ~ Multi-Skilled

Aesthetically-inclined architect with strong passion and appreciation for design and detail. Enjoys the challenge of managing projects from inception to completion including client interactions, space planning, construction drawings, contractor interaction and material color selection. Experienced with commercial, residential, interior and public projects; familiar with construction codes and document preparation. Demonstrated ability to deliver projects within strict time and budget constraints.

Architectural capabilities and key areas of expertise include:

· Architectural Design/Drawings
· Design Development
· Technical Drawings
· Aesthetic & Functional Design
· Landscaping Plans
· Electronic Drawing
· 3D & Sectional Views
· Interior Design
· Site Selection
· Computer-aided Design & Drafting
· Blueprints Preparation
· Land Use Studies

Expert understanding of designer and graphic software applications including Photoshop, Illustrator, PageMaker, CorelDraw, AutoCAD, Vector Works, ArchiCad
Impressive portfolio of projects and print graphics available upon request


Architectural Intern, Powers Brown Architecture, Houston, TX
Recruited to provide architectural design, space planning, and urban design for government, commercial and private sector clients. Draft architectural renderings and develop 3D and sectional views.
Implement cost-effective procedures, including construction techniques, budget strategies and site analysis.
· Researched innovative building materials for projects.
· Managed consultant interface and provided direction to designers and production staff.
· Two projects received American Institute of Architecture awards and were featured in Architectural Digest, major industry publication.

Graphic Art Director, DesiMode Magazine, Houston, TX
Challenged to develop planning and conceptualization design for premier South Asian lifestyle magazine. Held full responsibility for creative development, marketing concept, execution and magazine production.
· Advised president on strategic advertising and marketing strategies.
· Worked closely with photographer and editorial staff to effectively generate a high-quality, full color magazine.
· Facilitated photo shoots and created visually appealing designs and layout in magazine format.
· Perfected knowledge of desktop publishing and journalism techniques.

Assistant Executive of Design Sales, Ligne Roset, Houston, TX
Re-hired to lead the design conceptualization and construction of 50,000 sq. ft. showroom for top brand Italian furniture store. Implemented project design concepts, handled construction documents, devised space planning, furniture and electrical layouts. Previous employment as Sales Associate (1998–1999).
· Utilized interior decorating and visual merchandising skills to ensure the store encouraged shoppers.
· Increased store’s monthly sales by offering interior design and space layout services to clients.
· Consulted with clients to access their goals and special requirements and presented final project recommendation.


Masters of Journalism, UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, Houston, TX

Bachelor of Architecture, UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, Houston, TX

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Automotive Service Technician 1

Drew Sterling
823 Buena Vista
Los Molinas, CA. 96055
(234) 567-8901

OBJECTIVE: Entry-level Automotive Service Technician


I am a highly motivated individual with a proven ability to learn quickly and to create, implement, and maintain procedures both old and new in any environment. I further possess the ability to meet heavy work assignments and deadlines under strict time constraints. In addition to my strong commitment and desire to succeed in every assigned task, I am able to work independently or as part of a team, with a unique ability to communicate effectively on all levels.


Universal Technical Institute (UTI) – Sacramento, CA Automotive Technology Certificate
Graduation: 08/21/2009 GPA: 3.00


· Automotive Engines & Repair
· Automatic Transmissions
· Power & Performance
· Electronic Fundamentals
· Electronic Technology
· Professional Applications
· Fuel & Ignition Systems
· Advanced Diagnostic Systems
· Automotive Under Car
· Drivability & Emissions
· Electronic Diagnostics
· Automotive Power Transmissions
· Brakes & Climate Control
· Professional Service Writing

Brighton High School, Red Bluff, CA General 05/2008


· Bilingual: English & Spanish
· Computer Graphic Design
· Computer Literate
· Great Customer Service Skills
· Positive Work Ethic
· Self-motivated
· Positive Attitude
· Microsoft Word
· Self-starter
· Sun Oscilloscope/Emission Tester
· Team-oriented
· Ability to Communicate on All Levels


09/08 - Present Huge O Tires Tire Tech/Parts Driver Sacramento, CA
· Mount, balance, repair, rotate and align tires
· Change oil, transmissions and flush engines

02/08 – 08/08 Colbert Concrete Construction Red Bluff, CA
· Work on dry wall, concrete, electrical for homes being built
· Install heating and air conditioning
· Team leader

01/07 – 08/07 Weimar Properties Construction Los Molinos, CA
· Work with crew on drywall, plumbing, electrical and roofing

REFERENCES: Available Upon Request

Automotive Service Technician 2

Drew Sterling
55 North El Camino Avenue #8
Sacramento, CA. 95833
(345) 678-9012

OBJECTIVE: Entry-level Automotive Service Technician


I am a highly motivated individual with a proven ability to learn quickly and to create, implement, and maintain procedures both old and new in any environment. I further possess the ability to meet heavy work assignments and deadlines under strict time constraints. In addition to my strong commitment and desire to succeed in every assigned task, I am able to work independently or as part of a team, with a unique ability to communicate effectively on all levels.


Universal Technical Institute (UTI) – Sacramento, CA Automotive Technology Certificate, FACT
Graduation Date: 12/04/2009 GPA: 4.00


· Automotive Engines & Repair
· Climate Control
· Ford Systems 1
· Power & Performance IA
· Automatic Transmissions
· Ford Systems 2
· Power & Performance IB
· Electronic Fundamentals
· Ford Systems 3
· Power & Performance II
· Electronic Technology
· Ford Systems 4
· Fuel & Ignition Systems
· Professional Applications
· Ford Systems 5
· Automotive Power Trains
· Advanced Diagnostic Systems

· Electronic Diagnostics
· Automotive Undercar

· Brakes
· Professional Service Writing

East Widbey High School, Langley, WA General 06/2008


· Great Customer Service Skills
· Computer Graphic Design
· Computer Literate
· Positive Attitude
· Positive Work Ethic
· Self-motivated
· Sun Oscilloscope/Emission Tester
· Microsoft Word
· Self-starter

· Team-oriented
· Ability to Communicate on All Levels


06/08 – 08/08 Ed Wood Residential Services Laborer Freeland, WA
· Assist in landscaping yards at homes and companies

06/07 – 04/07 VIP Mechanical Technician Freeland, WA
· Repair commercial HVAC
· Duct work
· Installation

REFERENCES: Available Upon Request

Automotive Technician With Military History

Chris Hill
604 Harmony Lane • Pleasantville , CA 94588 • (925) 555-1234

Automotive Technician / Service Technician

SUMMARY Seeking a position with the opportunity to utilize and apply my recently enhanced technical skills, military discipline, and automotive skills. Highly motivated individual with a proven ability to learn quickly, create, implement, and maintain procedures both old and new in any environment. Possess the ability to meet heavy work assignments and deadlines under strict time constraints. Strong commitment and desire to succeed in every assign task. Able to work independently or as part of a team, with a unique ability to communicate effectively on all levels.

EDUCATION Universal Technical Institute (UTI) – Houston, TX Diploma: Automotive Technology
Graduation Date: December 2010 GPA 3.83

Special Emphasis:
Automotive Engines & Repair
Electronic Diagnostics
Professional Applications
Power & Performance IA
Truck Brakes & Chassis
Advanced Diagnostic Systems
Power & Performance IB
Diesel Engines
Truck Preventive Maintenance
Power & Performance II
Diesel Fuel Systems
Automotive Undercar
Fuel & Ignition Systems
Diesel Engine Accessories
Ford Systems 1
Drivability & Emissions
Electronic Fundamentals
Ford Systems 2
Automotive Power Trains
Hydraulic Applications
Ford Systems 3
Truck Power Trains
Ford Systems 4
Climate Control
Electronic Technology
Ford Systems 5
Automatic Transmissions
Transport Refrigeration

Maricopa Community College -- Glendale , AZ Associated Degree, Mathematics
May 2005

Apollo High School – Phoenix , AZ High School Diploma
May 2003


Bilingual – Spanish
Typing 35 WPM
Windows, Email & Internet
Search & Rescue
Navigation Operations
Sexual Harassment
Equal Opportunity
CPR First Aid
Fire Fighting
Physical Security
Organizational Leadership
Vehicle Safety & Maintenance
Shop Inventory Systems


United States Army
Secret Security Clearance
2005 – 2009

35Y10 Integrated Family of Test Equipment Operator/Maintainer
Operated and maintained IFTE Base shop test facility used in the diagnostic testing and troubleshooting of over 100 electronic missile systems. Lead technician. Specialized in installing, testing, and troubleshooting though schematic diagrams and blueprints. Honorable Discharge


2009, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
2008, National Defense Service Medal
2007, Humanitarian Service Medal
2006, Good Conduct Medal
2006, Secret Clearance


Audio Express, Kissimmee , FL
Install Specialist
2006 – Present

Worked 30 hours per week, while attending school full time. Reviewed customer work orders, scheduled installations, and performed quality checks on all installed systems. Recognized by Supervisors as the “go to person” for installations done right the first time.

Quick Lube, Glendale, AZ
LOF Specialist
2003 – 2005

Organized rapid oil changes for automobiles and motivated a team of four oil changers. Provided quality assurance using a detailed checklist of tasks to be completed for each account. Directly interfaced with customers to ensure all mechanical issues were clearly communicated, explained, and resolved in a timely manner.


Pat Hernandez
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Radio broadcasting experience in sports reports and play by play. Strengths include:
• Communication and interpersonal skills
• Organizational skills and the ability to meet deadlines on time/within budget
• News and Sports Production
• Working independently or as a team member


Bachelor of Science, Mass Communications, Radio Broadcasting emphasis, Minor: Speech Communications
Career-related Courses:
Radio Production
Advanced Audio Production
Introduction to TV
Broadcast News Writing


KABC Radio, Minneapolis, MN
2001 - Present
Broadcasting Intern
• Interview pro athletes, attend sporting events, and obtain sound bites.
• Production work: RCS, SAW, and DAT machines.
• Cut and edit sound.
• Create promos and liners for the show.
• Report sports updates for the show.
• Operate the board during over-nights.
• Show persistance, for example booked a "hard to get" guest in 2 hours which brought high praise from management.

KDEF Radio, St. Paul, MN
2000 - 2001
• Recruited by station to cover local baseball games.

KXYZ Radio, St. Paul, MN
1999 - 2000
University Variety Station
• Wrote and delivered weekly reports on performance of university's baseball team.
• Provided play-by-play and analysis of games.
• Reported sports updates during news segments.

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Casting Director

Kerry Cordova
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234



2002 – Present
Manager/Casting Assistant (Film and Television)
· Built company while in school and through networking production companies, including: Paramount, Sony Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Miramax, DreamWorks SKG, Warner Brothers, Spelling Entertainment, Buena Vista.
· Supervised and handled issues and multiple special events related to casting assignments including public relations and marketing. Designed strategies for effective auditions, call backs with directors and special events.
· Communicated with media outlets (newspapers, television, radio stations) to organize promotions, press events and casting calls.
· Coordinated multiple film and television departmental personnel to manage high profile personalities and their individual requirements. Arbitrated negotiations between high profile personalities and unions (SAG and AFTRA).
· Successfully developed and implemented database software to support casting activities.
· Researched and produced protocol to ensure strict adherence to child labor laws in various states.
· Researched and wrote infrastructure, standards, goals, policy and procedure, and systems.

· Casting
· Knowledge of Film Industry
· Research Efficiency/Organization
· Media/Relations/Public Relations
· Media Efficiency/Integrations
· Creative, Team Oriented General Manager
· Media Efficiency/Integration
· Event Planning & Management
· Multi-Project/Multi-Task Oriented
· Business Trend Analysis
· Customer Relationship Management
· Major Client Account Communications
· Vendor Relationship Management
· Marketing Business Development
· Budgeting/P&L Responsibility
· Video & Broadcast Technology


· Work well under pressure in demanding, time-sensitive environments. Appreciate challenges, diversity and creative opportunity. An assertive, proven leader with transferable skills from freelance casting, media relations, a film production background and management roles.
· Experienced writer/public relations professional from creative film business background including; a unique and dynamic skills set as a creative program leader with various project skills in the area of personnel/casting. Interaction with multiple film and entertainment industry professionals, and all aspects of sales, marketing, advertising, and public relations.
· Strong negotiation skills in a union and non-union setting; legal knowledge includes various labor laws.
· Extensive event planning and project coordination skills include planning press and promotional events as well as casting calls and related film, television and production work.


Bachelor of Arts in Communications with an Emphasis in Media Production, August 2004
Major Projects:
Writing for Television; Writing for Radio; Commercial Writing; Media Theory

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Civil Engineer Hydraulics and Hydrology

Jordan Winters
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


• Experienced in accurately analyzing topographic aerial photographs for data points.
• Competent in hydraulics and hydrology.
• Adept at conducting and evaluating experiments and models and making competent recommendations.
• Proficient in managing multiple projects simultaneously.
• Computer literate in AutoCad, DesignCad, Visio, Excel, Quattro, Word, Windows, PowerPoint, GIS, ArcView, Internet, and Email.


Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho
B.S., Civil Engineering
Special project: evaluated numerical model for flood routing capabilities for the Snake River.

University of San Diego, San Diego, California
General Education Courses


City of Idaho, Falls-Street Department. Idaho Falls, Idaho
1996 - 2001
Conducting physical hydraulic model tests; obtaining water velocity measurements; preparing client reports; completing hydraulic and hydrologic analyses; collecting field data including soil and water samples.

Yellowstone, National Park. Wyoming
1995 - 1995
Summer Intern
Assisted in the U.S. Geological Survey. Performed GPS surveys of hydrothermal pools.

City of, San Diego-Street Department. San Diego, California
1992 - 1994
Assisted in surveying and repairing streets, and operated equipment.


• American Public Works Association (APWA).
• American Society of Civil Engineers.
• Premier Performance Award, City of Idaho Falls, 2000.
• Worker of the Year Award, City of San Diego, 1993.

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Clinical Psychologist

Drew Sterling
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234

Newly Graduated Professional Focusing on Mental Health & Long Term Care

Empathic, effective, and motivated professional who combines clinical experience with compassion to meet the challenges facing today’s healthcare organizations. Clear awareness of diverse backgrounds, alert to widely varied patient needs and circumstances. Collaborative team player, acting as key resource to colleagues and allied health professionals. Licensed psychologist and registered nurse. Specializations include:

Assessment Techniques (MMPI, RIAP)
Statistical Packages (SPSS, SAS)
Behavioral Medicine / Health Psychology
Cognitive Behavioral Interventions
Practice-based Research
Clinical Outcomes Measurement
Evidence-based Practice
Commitment / Competency Procedures

Thorough experience within emergency / urgent care psychiatric services.


DOCTOR OF PSYCHOLOGY, Clinical Psychology, 2004
MASTER OF SCIENCE, Clinical Psychology, 2000
State University, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, Orlando, Florida

Bachelor of Science • Master of Science, Psychology / Statistics (Magna cum Laude)
University of South Carolina

· Chemistry, Nursing (University of Central Texas, Dallas, Texas)
· Graduated 1st in class – Nursing (Dallas City General, Victoria Hospital School of Nursing, Dallas, Texas)
Pediatrics: City Memorial Hospital for Children, Washington, DC
Psychiatric: Grand Central Hospital, New York, NY


· Dropped smoking rates from 52% to 23% by pioneering innovative Tobacco cessation program for veteran populations cumulating in the winning of Best Practice Award.
· Spearheaded writing and submission of no less than 16 research grants, resulting in hundreds of thousands of dollars in monies to a variety of Medical Centers.
· Involved in private practice dealing with pain management and health psychology, servicing Department of Industry and DealCare patients for both brief and long-term modality.
· Serving as Chair of Medical Center’s Institutional Review Board (IRB), achieved full federal and state regulatory compliance for health establishment and full NCQA accreditation.
· Utilized superior leadership abilities to motivate, teach, and supervise psychological trainees; externs, interns, and residents within American Psychological Association pre-doctoral program.


Canadian Psychological Association • Ontario Psychological Association • American Psychological Association • Florida Psychological Association • American Pain Society • Texas Nurses Association


(A two-division teaching hospital, affiliated with State University, servicing over 46,000 veterans along the entire Florida Coast.)

Participated as part of a multidisciplinary team in an APA accredited postdoctoral clinical psychology program in health psychology / behavioral medicine within full service outpatient and acute medical inpatient service. Ailments spanned range of acute and chronic psychological/psychiatric conditions frequently including concurrent acute, chronic and/or life threatening medical problems. Provided case management, psychotherapy, and assessment.
· Specialized in crisis intervention, couples therapy, co-lead ongoing smoking cessation groups, women’s issues groups, transplant assessment, depression & stress/anxiety management groups, pain management, diabetes, cardiac rehabilitation, and stroke support group.
· Presented Outstanding Psychology Resident Award based on performance.


Served as chief resident within APA accredited predoctoral clinical psychology internship program. Specialty included emergency and crisis intervention, with subspecialty in Primary Care. Carrying a caseload of 40-50 patients providing case management, psychotherapy, and assessment, as well as up to 10 full neuropsychological batteries per year.


Family Children's Home, Dallas, Texas (July 2001)
Practicum involving residential basic care facility for children, ages 6-17. The majority, victims of physical, emotional, and/or sexual abuse, presented with concerns, such as attachment and separation issues, oppositional behavior, conduct disorders, relational problems, substance abuse, ADHD, learning disabilities, adjustment disorders, coping deficits, poor socialization and interpersonal skills, poor academic and achievement skills.

1987 – 1994
Telemetry, Medical/Surgical, ER, ICU, & C.C.U, acute care, with minor experience in chronic or long-term care. Primary work has been with adults, some experience with all age groups.

· Adjunct Professor of Psychology, University of South Carolina, September 1999 to February 2000.
· Department of Veterans Affaires, Orlando, Florida. Minority Summer Psychology Apprenticeship Program, 1998
· Adjunct Professor of Psychology, State University, Orlando, Florida


Invited guest speaker at following associations speaking on a variety of professional topics:
• Texas Board of Nursing • Florida Psychological Association • University of Dallas •
• University of South Carolina • Veterans Affairs Medical Center • Hallmet Conference

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Communications Professional Recent Graduate

Drew Anderson
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


· Results-oriented professional with experience in marketing, communications, business development, public relations, business administration, and relationship management.
· Background in diverse aspects of marketing and advertising initiatives.
· Proven success interacting with clients and increasing retention levels.
· Skilled in event planning and event management functions for high profile events.
· Dynamic leadership abilities concerning employee supervision, training, and professional development.
· Foreign language proficiency in Spanish, Italian, and French.


Bachelor of Arts, Dance & Communications (2004)


Extra in the movie 9 Months with Hugh Grant and Julianne Moore as a ballet dancer
Acted as the voice in a commercial for San Francisco Ballet’s, The Nutcracker
Dance Choreographer – University of California at Santa Barbara, Junior’s Concert
San Francisco Ballet – Dancer


· Managed all aspects of marketing within the organization.
· Developed marketing campaigns that increased visibility within the community.
· Increased campus exposure of Alpha Phi Sorority by designing and introducing strategic initiatives.
· Generated significant response at promotional booths.
· Spearheaded business development initiatives, which significantly expanded customer base.

Event Management
· Played a key role in organizing all aspects of volunteer work for high profile events including Goleta Lemon Festival.
· Coordinated all aspects of events including planning stages through completion.
· Utilized sound management and training skills to instruct 5 dancers during rehearsals.


Choreographer – UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT SANTA BARBARA, Junior’s Concert, Santa Barbara, CA (2003-Present)
Promotions Director – WINDY CITY BAIL BONDS, Chicago, IL (2002)
Commercial Announcer – CLASSICAL RADIO STATION, New York, NY (1996)
Extra – TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX, Los Angeles, CA (1995)


Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint

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Diabetic Instructor

Dale Wong
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234

Diabetic Instructor / Educator

Highly self-motivated professional with demonstrated health experience coupled with the confidence and perseverance to exceed in all endeavors. Ten years of industry background providing education / understanding of related pharmaceuticals / equipment.

· Expert knowledge in field of diabetes with comprehensive teaching experience in self-management skills, and presenting new innovations through seminars / lectures.
· Outstanding organizational and time management abilities utilized to quickly resolve problems for optimum improvement and patient service.
· Exceptional presentation, negotiation, and interpersonal skills, quick to develop positive rapport with healthcare / business professionals within any healthcare environment.
· Proven track record of consistent achievements in meeting goals and personal success, operating easily and effectively with minimum supervision and maximum responsibility.


Master of Science, 2004 Health Education / Gerontology
Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, Florida

Bachelor of Science, 1999 Major: Medical Dietetics
Queens University, Kingston, ON

Certified Diabetes Educator, 2000
American Association of Diabetes Educators


Diabetes Educator
Responsible for providing education within field of diabetes, one-on-one to clients within outpatient clinic, to community at large through lectures / seminars and to professionals within the hospital. Increased patient satisfaction with implementation of check-in and follow-up procedures.
· Instrumental in increasing referral numbers to diabetes program through the launching of an innovative marketing plan.
· As industry expert, utilized extensive knowledge to ensure dissemination of up-to-date information to clients and professionals.
· Streamlined administrative tasks for efficiency, and organized educational materials.
· Increased department productivity and revenues by implementing group counseling sessions, and limiting individual counseling.
· Coordinated ADA accredited diabetes program, evaluating success of program, and presented results to Advisory Board.

Dietician / Diabetes Educator
Provided diabetes education to homebound patients, ensuring their education on various nutritional / diet concerns and products available, as well as performing screening on criteria for agency.
· Developed professional in-service, facilitating spread of knowledge within the agency.

SELF-EMPLOYED, Orlando, Florida
Consulting Dietician / Diabetes Educator
(private practice with various clients including: Ace Care Home Health Care, Collins Home Health Care, Queens Retirement Communities, and Heritage Home Health) Established a successful entrepreneurial practice specializing in outpatient diet and diabetes education. Developed continuing education serials for staff and external health care professionals.
· Forged alliances with physicians and other health organizations building a solid referral base.
· Presented statistical analysis to stakeholders maintaining quality assurance.

Clinical Manager (1991-1994)
Clinical Dietician (1990-1991)
Quickly promoted through increasingly responsible positions leading up to management of clinical nutrition department. Ensured the complete delivery of staff and patient in-service and community education including promotion at health fairs. Developed and implemented computerized screening protocols.

Professional Associations

American Association of Diabetes Educator, 1996-Present
American Diabetes Association, 2000-Present
Canadian Diabetes Association, 2001-Present

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Early Childhood Educator

Marion McLeod
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234

~ With Interpersonal & Motivational Expertise ~

Resourceful and reliable professional offering successes by working with children and youth from all backgrounds, cultures, abilities and ages. Regarded for staying calm in times of crisis. Strong follow-through, administrative and time management capabilities. Highly articulate demonstrating excellent interpersonal skills across all levels including students, colleagues, administrators, and parents. Flexible in assuming a leadership or support role. Compassionate and caring with well grounded decision making capability. Eager to apply skills, education and ambition in an educational setting. Strengths:

· Conflict Resolution
· Musical Ability (Piano)
· Confidentiality Assurance
· Behavior Modification
· Workload Prioritization
· Lesson Design & Development
· Multi-cultural Awareness
· Remediation & Modification


1996 - 2001
Honda of Canada Manufacturing, Alliston, Ontario
Selected after intensive screening to provide assembly and installation services for this quality and safety oriented corporation. Teamed with 12 individuals to contribute to the production of 400 vehicles per shift. Adhered to personal protective equipment (PPE) policy.
· Eagerness to learn new skills recognized by being authorized to work multiple jobs within many zones. Asked by both Team Leader and Coordinator to be the Zone Trainer. Tasked to train new hires and permanent workers how to operate equipment and do the job safely while meeting exacting standards.
· Accepted for the very demanding, short term Vehicle Quality posting. Used sophisticated technical and computerized equipment for final vehicle inspection before leaving plant. Strong detail orientation served to monitor any deviation from quality standards that could impact customer satisfaction.

1980 - 1995
Ontario, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia Locations
Retained by hair styling establishments and independent clients to provide cutting, treatment and styling services.
· Met customer expectations by strong listening skills and following through with the expected results.

1980 - 1981
Ontario Plowman’s Association, Toronto
Represented this organization province wide, for a one-year term. Seamlessly interfaced with individuals from all backgrounds, sharing agricultural knowledge. Addressed small and large groups.
· Maintained a positive, friendly and personable demeanor, regardless of the often demanding and hectic schedule.


2002 - 2003
Georgian College, Orillia, Ontario
Studies include, but are not limited to:

· Curriculum Planning
· Childhood Development
· Nutrition, Health & Safety
· Early Intervention
· Teaching Strategies
· Music & Movement for Children
· Designing Childhood Environments
· Supportive Counseling

Participated in co-op placements within private Daycares and JK/SK classes. Gained insight into children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Autism and Down Syndrome. Assignments provided comprehensive experience with complete accountability for program development and implementation. Generated dynamic learning centers, altering and updating as necessary.

Academy of Learning, Ontario
Georgian College, Collingwood, Ontario
Georgian College, Base Borden, Ontario
1997 - 1980
Bruno’s School of Hair Design, Toronto, Ontario
Banting Memorial High School, Alliston, Ontario

Specialized 4 – H Projects consisting of 18 Homemaking and 12 Agriculture courses.

TECHNOLOGY: Word, PowerPoint, Email, Internet Navigation and educational software.


School’s Cool Program: Authorized to volunteer for this 6 week, Ministry of Children’s Services’ program supporting children suspected to have special needs. Participants, ranging from ages 5-7, were assessed for best support measures and early intervention services. Teamed with 3 professionals to tend to 28 high needs, Simcoe County youngsters.
Dialysis Unit Support: Assisted dialysis technician at the Barrie Dialysis Unit in summer 2003.
Peer Tutor: Assisted Georgian College adult student with tests and exams preparation.
Coach and Coordinator: Cookstown Junior Curling Association.
Coordinator: Barrie Fair Queen Competition.


Ontario Youth Award
Received this medal for leadership in the areas of academics achievement and excellence in the arts, business, science, labor, agriculture and sports. Cited by Ontario’s Premier for “countless hours spent in selfless work which enriches the lives of others”.
Kiwanis Music Festival Awards
County and Provincial 4 – H Achievement Awards

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Electrical Engineer Recent Graduate

Drew Sterlin
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Well-rounded, tech-savvy first class honors electrical engineering graduate producing useful solutions through comprehensive research and logical thinking. Strengths include:

· Problem-Solving
· C, Java, MATLAB
· Research / Report Writing
· Planning and Organizational Skills
· Protel, Flash
· Meeting Deadlines
· Word, Excel, PowerPoint

Two-time Dean’s List recipient over-delivering to ensure consistent high quality of work.


· Awarded Dean’s List twice in 00/01 and 02/03 semesters.

Thesis: Simulated theoretical performance of two new mode-switching controllers for 2.5” mini-hard disk drives on MATLAB.
· Initiated self-directed research to investigate feasibility and accuracy of previous research done on topic.
· Reduced disk latency 25%, from 12 milliseconds to 9 milliseconds, by optimizing time and accuracy through robust placement of controllers.
· Uncovered causes of deviation of theoretical and practical results (inaccuracy of laboratory equipment and depreciation of hard disk) through careful research and inquisitive questioning.

Notable Projects: Programmed software, designed circuit board and conducted hardware testing for construction of micro-controller of remote control car from scratch in group of five.
· Submitted project punctually without need for overtime work as compared to other groups due to meticulous planning of time schedule—received individual ‘A-’ grade for project.

‘A’ Levels—Hwa Chong Junior College (HCJC)
· Achieved 4As in nationwide examinations—top 10% of Singapore student cohort.

Extra-curricular Activities: Played key role in team’s third position placing in National Schools’ Bowling Championship in ’96.


Intern, Mechatronics & Microsystem Dept—DATA STORAGE INSTITUTE (6 months)
Performed programming of interface to link hard disk drive to MATLAB for testing together with another intern plus assistance from one engineer and one research scholar—program later sold to outside organizations. Enlisted help from research scholar to link source code in C++ to MATLAB.
· Consolidated functions of two software programs into one improved version with more specific testing functions that simplified processes and increased efficiency of operations.
· Wrote 30-page user manual to educate future users and produced 30-page industrial attachment report detailing learning experiences to NUS Engineering Department.
· Successfully completed project within four months—two months before deadline!

Volunteer—Joy Center (four months)
· Helped in establishing retirement community, including purchasing furniture and exercise equipment and planning and coordinating day-to-day activities.

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Elementary Educator

Dale Wong
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234

Education and Curriculum

· Dedicated to the principles of academic integrity and intellectual honesty. Self-motivated to pursue and disseminate knowledge. Demonstrate initiative and creativity. Concerned about quality work.
· Adapt presentation of coursework to ensure comprehension by students. Communicate clearly and logically, both orally and in writing. Readily establish rapport with wide range of students of various ages and cultures.
· Develop instructional and behavioral modification strategies to boost students’ mastery of coursework. Create stimulating learning environment; emphasize mutual respect and cooperation. Promote students’ critical thinking skills. Use data and facts to support decisions. Encourage lifelong learning.
· Self-motivated to work independently and unsupervised; equally effective as a team member. Exceptional leadership, organizational and planning abilities. Identify and solve problems using available resources; flexible to changing priorities. Critical and systematic thinker.
· Software proficiency includes Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access; Webpage Design; Internet research and communication.


Farrell Area School District – Farrell, Pennsylvania
· Hired as an aide following demonstrated competency when called to substitute teach in various grade levels. Foster conducive atmosphere for learning. Recognize students with varied learning modalities; collaborate with classroom teacher.
· Taught Title One Reading Program in summer program.

2000 – 2003
Pennsylvania School Districts: Sharpsville, Reynolds and Farrell
· Implemented lesson plans of teachers to effectively teach elementary students in a variety of subjects. Applied classroom management skills and curriculum knowledge.
· Assisted in development of new social studies curriculum for grade 2.

1993 – 1995
Wallis Chevrolet – Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
· Designed newspaper and magazine ads; wrote radio commercials; designed TV commercials. Advertisement placed in magazine won best ad of the year.

Performed private tutoring • Administered DRA testing • Scored and evaluate Terra Nova and ERDA testing
Taught private art classes at the Art Guild • Judged two art shows


M.Ed., May 2004, Education and Curriculum, Dean’s List
Penn State University – Sharon, Pennsylvania
Classroom Assessment ~ School Law ~ Inclusion ~ Educational Research ~ Curriculum Design ~ Curriculum Mapping ~ Educational Testing and Measurement ~ Integrated Curriculum ~ INSYS ~ Teaching Theories ~ Current Topics in Education ~ Curriculum 506 ~ Reading in the Content Area

B.A., 2000, Elementary Education, Dean’s List • B.A., 1990, Art, Dean’s List
Thiel College – Greenville, Pennsylvania
Foundations of Education ~ Educational Psychology ~ Teaching Reading ~ Elementary Science Methods ~ Instructional Media ~ Special Education ~ Educational Issues ~ Teaching Social Studies ~ Language Arts ~ Children’s Literature ~ Drawing ~ Painting ~ Sculpture ~ Etching ~ Advertising Art ~ Art History

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Elementary School Teacher

Stacey McGovern
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Elementary School Teacher with over eleven years of quality experience applying elementary teaching skills to increase student learning. Nine years of "hands-on" classroom experience. Organized, creative, enthusiastic and dedicated to the profession of teaching. Helps others and finds teaching students very rewarding. Reputation for a great sense of humor, dependability, and values and expertise reflected through age-appropriate activities and communication with parents. Recongized for demonstrating the highest respect and professionalism for other staff members, and showing enthusiasm for student development.


B.S., Early Childhood Education (Pre-K to 3rd Grade)
GPA: 3.84, Major GPA: 3.91 Dean's List

Associate, Early Childhood Education
GPA: 3.49


Roosevelt Elementary School, Columbus, OH
2002 - Present
Student Teacher - First Grade
Worked with individual students to increase their reading level by providing one-on-one tutoring. Used reading recovery strategies with students, which enabled them to excel their reading ability and move up into a higher level of reading. Attended parent conference and several PTA sponsored events.

• Utilized Reading Recovery Strategies.
• Devised and implemented cross-curricular units.
• Created literacy centers.
• Participated in multi-age activities.
• Integrated technology across curriculum.

Cleveland Sight Center, Cleveland, OH
2001 - 2002
Substitute Pre-School Teacher
Assisted classroom teacher in various capacities and provided individual instruction to visually impaired students. Worked well with the staff and parents.

• Individualized instructions to meet the student's specific needs.
• Managed the classroom when teacher was unavailable.
• Attended field trips and summer camp.

Doyle Pre-School, Cleveland, OH
1992 - 2001
Pre-school Teacher
Acted as assistant director, managing all aspects of the school. Purchased a computer and several age-appropriate software titles and began a computer program in the classroom. Introduced students to various learning programs to demonstrate the functions of a computer.

• Acted as Lead Teacher in the pre-school classroom.
• Met with parents and collaboratively worked with each student.
• Developed, planned, and implemented creative lessons plans.
• Worked as a team player.

The Kids Pre-School, Columbus, OH
1991 - 1992
Full-time Teacher
Assisted students by providing individualized instruction. Observed each student to assess interests, background, learning styles, parent preferences, and designed the classroom to address each student's needs.


Volunteer, Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital - Reach Out and Read Program
Nominated as "Outstanding Student Teacher" - May 2002.
Golden Key National Honor Society Member.

PRWRA Marleen Alexander - M. Alexander & Associates, Inc. - Email: -

Environmental Health Professional Recent Graduate

Lee Robertson
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


· Recent college graduate transitioning into entry-level position performing environmental health and/or safety activities within a public or private organization. Solid chemistry and biology background.
· Over 15 years of manufacturing experience in Quality Assurance to include layout, statistical process control, precision measuring, and the operation/programming of multi-axis coordinate measuring machines.
· Highly adaptable and a quick learner, able to communicate effectively – in writing and verbally – with team members, managers, and customers/clients.


ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE – Environmental and Pollution Control Technology
2002 to 2004
Milwaukee Area Technical College, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
· Relevant Course Work Included:
Environmental Biology & Chemistry / Water & Wastewater Analysis &Treatment / Stream Sanitation
Air Pollution Sampling & Analysis / Environmental Disease Prevention & Control / Industrial Hygiene
Soil Classification & Analysis / Hazardous Waste Disposal / Bacteriology / Food & Dairy Quality Control
· Completed two 40-hour internships with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the City of Milwaukee Health Department.
· Member, Phi Theta Kappa & National Technical Honor Society – GPA 3.93/4.00

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE – Riverside Community College, Riverside, California
to be conferred 2004
15 Credits (Liberal Arts and Business Studies) – UW Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin


TOWER AUTOMOTIVE – Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1970 to 2002
Formerly A.O. Smith Corporation and a tier-1 manufacturer of automotive and truck frames.
· Inspected three shifts; performed in process inspections – 3mm tolerances – for Ford Ranger truck frames.
· Completed data entry for statistical process control program.
· Programmed and operated CMM for layouts.
· Performed numerous assignments to include die setting, welding, hand forming, press operations, and machine repair. Wrote set-up and procedural manuals.


· State of Wisconsin Lead Inspector Certification
· Certified Lead Sampling Technician
· NITON XRF Spectrum Analyzer Training
· OSHA HAZMAT Emergency Responder Certification
· TransTec CMM Operator Programmer Level I
· Wisconsin Environmental Health Association – Bioterrorism Public Health Planning & Response
· Emergency Management Institute Household Hazardous Materials Certificate

Michele J. Haffner - -

Instructional Technologist

Jamie Hill
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Human Affairs / Project Management Information Specialist with experience in developing, teaching, and leading. Supervise personnel, write grant proposals, coordinate logistics for large and small events, manage projects and budgets, and prepare annual program reports.


Idaho State University
Bachelor of Arts, Human Resource Development Training and Vocational Technical Education

State of Idaho
Certificate, Idaho State Advanced Occupational Specialist

Brigham Young University
A.A.S., General Studies/Communications


• Director and Coordinator, Technology Conference (200 participants, K-12 Educator).
• Chairperson, Learning Consortium (made up of seven K-12 districts) responsible to implement consortium-wide technology initiatives.
• Chairperson, Technical College Technology Committee responsible to evaluate and award internal technology grants totaling approximately $40K per year.
• Conceptualized, developed, and provided Training Workshops in integrating technology into curriculum, presentations and fundamental training skills.

• Hired, trained, scheduled and supervised 8 Instructors, 1 Web Developer, 5 Conference Coordinators, and 3 Administrative Support personnel. Have served on committees to hire 7 additional Instructors, a Web Master, an IT Division Manager, an Assistant Network Administrator, and an Assistant Librarian.

• Co-authored $160K GOALS 2000 grant and $60K grant extension.
• Authored two $40K Learning in Technology grants.
• Authored two $20K Learning Technology grants.
• Authored two $230K Library Network grants.
• Authored one $4,500 and one $8,000 Professional Development grant to Technology Committee.

• Developed and delivered online training using software along with teaching distance-learning courses.
• Taught courses on various software applications, technology integration, and assistive technology concepts.
• Performed needs assessments then developed appropriate training curricula for: Internet Systems Design, Information Management, Teacher Technology Training, Teaching With Technology, Web Resources for Instructors, and Overcoming Computer-Phobia.


Technical College, Idaho Falls, Idaho
1996 - Present
Instructional Technologist

Zane Data Services, Rigby, Idaho
1995 - 1996

Helix International, Idaho Falls, Idaho
1989 - 1995


Technology Course Topics Developed and Taught
• FrameMaker • Interleaf • Publisher
• Flash • WordPerfect • E-Listen
• I-Movie • Word • Excel
• Access • BlackBoard • WebCT

Courses Currently Developing
• Authorware
• DreamWeaver UltraDev
• Office XP (All Products)
• Windows XP

Other Technology Skills
• ColdFusion • Database Design • ArcView
• MacIntosh Systems • CorelDraw • Photoshop
• UNIX VI • MS Project • Designer's Edge
• ToolBook • QuickBooks


• FastTrack to ColdFusion, (24 hour) PCI Systems, Layton, Utah.
• ColdFusion Administrator (16 hour) PCI Systems, Layton, Utah.
• FirstClass Administration (40 hour) Dewberry Technologies, Fairfax, Virginia.
• Interleaf 5 Train the Trainer (40 hour), Interleaf, Inc., Seattle, Washington.
• Interleaf Advanced and LISP Coding (24 hour), Interleaf, Inc., Seattle, Washington.
• Interleaf 6 Train the Trainer (40 hour), Interleaf, Inc., Chicago, Illinois.
• Interleaf SGML (40 hour), Interleaf, Inc., Greenbelt, Maryland.
• FrameMaker Registered Trainer Certification (40 hours), Frame Technologies, San Jose, California.
• Novell Networking Technologies (40 hour), Computerland, Salt Lake City, Utah.
• SGML Fundamentals (40 hour), World Computing, Oakridge, Tennessee.
• Instructional Development, EG&G, Idaho Central Training, Idaho Falls, Idaho.
• Managing Interpersonal Relationships (24 hour), EG&G, Idaho Central Training, Idaho Falls, Idaho.
• Assistive Technology Standards and Services (32 hour), Conference Track, Los Angeles, California.

PRWRA Camile Carboneau - CC Computer Services - PO Box 50655 - Idaho Falls, Idaho 83405 - URL: -

International MBA Engineering Two Page

1200 Apartment #3
City, ST 29201
(812) 222-4444

Bilingual, international MBA graduate with experience in Marketing, Supply Chain and Logistics for a global start-up venture in the airfreight industry. Dedicated professional with a strong work ethic and additional experience in engineering and education. Outstanding leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills developed through extensive negotiating with investors, coaching to meet team goals, as well as working with technical and non-technical employees.
Supply Chain and Logistics Analyst January 2005 - December 2005
Worked remotely with the principles in the development of a start-up international airfreight company that focuses on airport and freight coordination through a network of cargo only airports, Cargo Airport System (CAS), linked with real-time information shared among carriers, integrators, customs official and customers, Cargo Data Network.
Proofed financial statements, marketing plans, and proposals used in the development of the CAS.
Collected comparative industry information relevant to operation start-up date.
Organized and managed internal web hosting and e-mail domains.
Toulouse, France
Web Site Intern April 2004 - July 2004
Recruited during initial development as a web technician to aide with the dissemination of internal information.
Substitute Teacher/Volunteer Track & Field Coach October 2002 - May 2003
Taught mathematics and science courses at local high schools and middle schools to ensure a smooth transition between teacher absences. Used knowledge and experience to teach 10 students the form and technique required to throw a discus properly.
Effectively distributed $5,000 athletic budget among 70+ athletes.
Successfully prepared students to earn athletic scholarships.
Consultant (Staff Engineer) June 2001 - October 2002
Participated with a seven-person Site Development group that procured, researched, designed and created construction documents for the public works and private sectors of the greater Indianapolis and Lafayette, IN areas.
Generated company savings of $7,000 per year through process analysis.
Contributed to $13,200 project focusing on engineering efficiency.
Implemented effective CAD standards to increase yield on design services.
Generated $73,200 revenue on a 47.8 acre, 183-lot subdivision overhaul.
Increased revenue through the negotiation of an additional services contract based upon cost analysis.
Code Enforcer June 2000 - June 2001
Participated on three member team that addressed community concerns while enforcing municipal code statutes.
Maintained database for property owners who were in violation of municipal codes.
Policed neighborhoods to ensure code adherence while promoting citizen awareness of ordinances.
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Engineering Technician June 1998 - December 1998, Summer 1999
Aided senior engineers and surveyors in the planning, design and implementation of site development projects within the northern tier of Indiana.
Optimized the use of $40,000 worth of equipment through effective time and logistics management.
Coordinated equipment and team logistics with respect to time, distance and budget constraints.
International Master of Business Administration (IMBA), Operations/Supply Chain Focus May 2006

ESCP-EAP, European School of Management Paris, France
Intensive business and language training March 2004

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering Major, Management Minor May 2001

IT SKILLS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet Explorer, Access, Visio, Map Point, Crystal Ball Auto-Cad, Land Development, HEC-RAS, TR-55, Publisher
CERTIFICATES APICS: Basics of Supply Chain Management, Detailed Planning and Scheduling
LICENSES Engineering Intern License - Indiana (ET30101015)
Indiana High School Athletic Association (1997-2001)
ACTIVITIES Eagle Scout (1995), Purdue Track & Field (1996-1997), Indiana Society of Professional Land Surveyors (1997-1998), American Society of Civil Engineers (1997-2002), Yearbook (1999-2001), Indiana Secretary of State campaign volunteer (2002), APICS (2004-Present)
INTERESTS Athletics, weight and cardio training, travel, culture and history, coin collecting, genealogy

International MBA Marketing Two Page

1111 Mycomplex Unit A
Columbia, SC 29205
+1 (803) 444-8888
International Master of Business Administration graduate with over five years marketing research experience. Demonstrated expertise in project management and data analysis. Effective in creation and delivery of executive presentations and training. Able to leverage rapport among different organizational levels to manage cross-functional projects. Strong oral and written communication skills.
UPS Brussels, Belgium
Strategy Intern - Europe Region April 2005 - August 2005
Delivered a France trade flows analysis incorporating customs information and internal data to better understand the trade flows of France: by commodity, lane, value and weight, etc.

Calculated the UPS market share by department and by service in order to identify the territories where UPS position is weak.
Calculated the weight of each department of France via French total domestic, intra-Europe and worldwide trade to determine areas of importance for the UPS service model.
Analyzed air and ocean freight within Europe, Africa, and the Middle East to increase understanding of UPS Europe strategic business development opportunities.
Created time in transit maps for UPS European services in order to identify locations without acceptable UPS service coverage.
Adapted quickly to European team dynamics to provide immediate assistance.
Manager January 2003 - April 2004
Managed Sara Lee Bakery Group contract deliverables including database updates, restatements, and ad hoc analysis.

Created and presented panel analyses to senior brand marketing team to increase their knowledge of opportunity segments.
Maintained highest quarterly customer satisfaction score among Sara Lee Bakery Group Client Service Divisions (all quarters on-site at Sara Lee Bakery Group).
Trained 100+ account representatives, including two Zone Vice Presidents, on IRI's store and panel data retrieval tools in order to provide workload efficiencies.
Advanced project manager's development by providing performance feedback and evaluations.
Contributed $124,250 to reach Client Service team annual +3% account revenue goal increase.
Developed new monthly business performance reports for Zone Vice Presidents and the CEO.
Project Manager October 2000 - December 2002
Consulted with Procter and Gamble's (P&G) largest Global Business Unit Marketing Analysts on a full-range of IRI services (store data analysis, household purchase analytics, category expertise, and testing capabilities).

Delivered Marketing Mix, Market Structure, Price and Promotion, Store Group, PRIZM & Media Usage, and Consumer Preference Segmentation analyses to assist P&G brand marketing teams.
Acclimated P&G marketing analysts to new division by providing training on current business trends and IRI data retrieval tools.
Independently developed ad hoc analyses for Nestle Purina Company to provide insights to the marketing brand teams.
Delivered monthly business reviews to Nestle Purina Company marketing department in order to share company and competition performance highlights.
Interacted with all levels of P&G management and gained understanding of business needs and goals.
Delivered Hispanic Marketing Mix analysis for P&G Hispanic Fabric & Home Care marketing team.
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BURKE INC. Cincinnati, OH USA
Data Collection Field Manager June 1999 - September 2000
Led a team of 30 Market Research Interviewers to deliver product research, including concept testing, brand equity, pricing and value research.

Prepared and conducted team performance evaluations, set production goals, and led job meetings to complete analysis specifications.
Ensured multiple research projects' goals and objectives were accomplished within prescribed time frames and budgets to balance resources and minimize staff overtime..
Y2K Correspondence Coordinator & Pre/Post Sales Support September 1998 - May 1999
Delivered lead distribution, pre-sales support and research, and database management concerning Year 2000 compliance status of NCR's customers.
Research Assistant August 1997 - December 1997, June 1998 - August 1998
Organized and revised research reports for the Center Director, coordinated one-on-one and intercept interviews, and delegated project responsibilities to research staff.
Internship June 1996 - August 1996
Provided assistance to the marketing department, including focus group setup, client correspondence delivery and client database improvements.
YOUR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, University of XXXX City, State, USA
International Master of Business Administration (IMBA) May 2006

Seminars on European & Italian Economy and Area Studies, Intensive business and language training March 2005

Intensive business and language training May 2004 - July 2004

Bachelor of Science in Marketing May 1999

Intensive business and language training January 1998 - May 1998

IT SKILLS Windows XP, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Analyzer®, Krystal®, Regiograph
AWARDS High Performer Award (IRI 2001), Dean's List
ACTIVITIES Boys & Girls Towne of Missouri Young Friends Board, St. Louis Variety Club Volunteer, Career Mentor for high school students, Crohns & Colitis Foundation of America Volunteer

International MBA One Page

3333 Someplace Road
Columbia, SC 29204
+1 (803) 333-2222

International MBA graduate with significant international business, operations, and securities experience. Strategic thinker who demonstrates strong leadership, excellent problem solving abilities, and well-developed interpersonal skills.


PENSON WORLDWIDE, INC. May 1999 - January 2005
As a result of personal initiative, job performance and work ethic, was selected for a three-year international assignment in the United Kingdom heading a department key to the future success of the UK affiliate.
Operations Manager/ISME April 2002 - January
Reported to Executive Director of UK Broker-Dealer specializing in Correspondent/Clearing and Custody during development and implementation of US parent company's business model in the UK and Irish Markets. Managed an international team of seven in daily operations while serving as International Subject Matter Expert on system and process development.

Led transformation of US company systems and reporting to meet needs of UK marketplace and regulatory standards.
Developed departmental and client relationship procedures for new business.
Established firm's agency trading desk and released it to clients as a revenue-generating product.
Trained all firm personnel on proprietary clearing, books and records, and trading applications.
Achieved firm break-even in three years through new business model after five years of sustained UK affiliate losses.
Options Specialist and Team Leader; Subject Matter Expert May 1999 - April 2002
Headed five-person Option Purchase and Sales department for US Broker-Dealer specializing in the outsourcing of back office broker operations for clients specializing in institutional and private-client trading. Managed firm risk, reconciliation, and vertical relationships for $100+ million trading and settlement accounts.

Managed operations through period of exponential growth reaching 5% of all market traded options on US exchanges.
Led company in risky transition to self-clearing of options saving approximately $500,000/yr. in fees and interest.
Consulted on creation and implementation of firm specific technology applications to meet firm and client needs.
International Masters of Business Administration (IMBA) May 2006
Masters of Business Administration (MBA) May 2006

First Line Management Executive Training Program August 2001

Bachelor of Science - Economics with Financial Applications December 1998

IT SKILLS: Proficient in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and various firm specific applications
CERTIFICATIONS: Series 7, 63, UK Trader Certification Exams

International MBA Two Page

501 Somewhere Apt. O-202
City, ST 10001 USA
+1 (803) 777-9999

Results-oriented, trilingual International MBA candidate from the Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina. Expertise includes more than five years' marketing analysis, communications and client relations in non-profit, governmental and Fortune 500 organizations. Systematic, strategic thinker with excellent technical writing and verbal presentation skills. Team leader effective in maintaining positive and productive work environments.


Business Development MBA Intern August 2005 - present
Investigate and track multiple not-for-profit economic development projects including low-cost housing, commercial real estate and city council programming.
Perform statistical research and root-cause analysis for reporting to city officials and investors.
Act as liaison to articulate economic growth strategies based on statistical data analysis.
Commercial Leadership MBA Intern April 2005 - August 2005
Managed project for creation of curriculum and sales toolkit for $33 million market segment and sales staff of more than 40.

Led cross-functional feedback sessions to edit and standardize training manual for global translation.
Promoted corporate growth initiatives and addressed unique industry regulation to improve sales focus.
Utilized financial data to design value calculators for national account managers and field sales representatives.
Interviewed technical engineers, market strategists, customer service and sales representatives to design sales toolkit.
Editor, Governmental Affairs September 2002 - April 2004
Wrote, produced and distributed the daily legislative update, for ABA executive officers, committee leaders and lobbyists, as well as the monthly staff newsletter.

Attended and reported on US House and Senate proceedings for topics including Sarbanes-Oxley, corporate governance and tort reform.
Identified, launched and administered new list management software to triple circulation number.
Managed subscriber relations of 350 institutional and individual customers, achieving 90% inquiry increase.
Initiated, implemented and coordinated company's first annual charity campaign for public schools.
Technology and Administrative Coordinator July 2001 - September 2002
Planned and executed semi-annual national conventions of ABA member commission. Managed web content, contact databases and public relations; tracked sales and accounts payable. Supervised intern and conducted all administrative functions of commission.

Collaborated with technical and marketing teams to design new database and internet search system.
Conducted problem-solving, defined team goals and collectively achieved 20% annual sales increase.
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EXPERIENCE (continued)

English Instructor November 1999 - July 2000
Developed curriculum and instructed beginning English for Russian and Eastern European university students.
International Research Associate August 1996 - August 1999
Conducted research and analysis of German and Austrian markets for research and publishing firm.

International Master of Business Administration (IMBA) May 2006
Darla Moore Fellowship
WHU Otto-Beisheim Graduate School of Management Vallendar, GERMANY
Course in EU Business Strategy and Market Entry March 2005
XXXX COLLEGE, University of XXXX City, ST USA
Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude: German and International Studies May 2001

Year abroad: Business Management and Political Science September 1999 - July 2000

IT SKILLS: Windows XP, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, L-Soft Listserv, StatPro.

ACTIVITIES: Vice-President, National Association of Women MBAs, Business Case Competition Team

International Trade Recent Graduate

Drew Anderson
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Insightful, organized international trade graduate with strong business awareness and up-to-the-minute knowledge of business and trade relations, politics, legal systems, statistical analysis, and economics. Keen to commence career promoting equitable, social, and sustainable trade, using research, advocacy and economic literacy to address and overcome specific trade issues. Acknowledged for team spirited nature, strengths in communicating complex information in non-technical terms, and inherent enthusiasm for analyzing and resolving challenging problems.

• Strategic Marketing Plans • Business & Trade Relations • Cultural & Economic Diversity
• Statistical Analysis • Project Management • Time Management
• Customer Service • General Administration • Critical Problem Solving
• Public Relations • Retail Sales • SWOT Analyses


Vancouver University, Vancouver, BC
Masters, International Trade
Thesis: "Civil Society and WTO"

Vancouver University, Vancouver, BC
B.A., Marketing
Subjects include: Accounting for Decision Making; Computer Applications; Microeconomic Principles; Business Law; Macroeconomic Principles; Business Statistics; Introduction to Marketing; Management and Organization Behavior; International Business Context; Distribution Management; Managerial Economics; International Economic Theory; Finance of International Trade; Advertising and Public Relations; Consumer Behavior; Corporate Finance; International Economic Analysis; Strategic International Trade Operations

College of Economics, Seattle, WA
Training Course: Economist, Secondary Level
Finance/Accounting specialization


• Awarded Certificate of Excellence recognizing top 7 placement in class of 119 students in International Economic Analysis course.
• Certificate of Excellence awarded for obtaining equal highest aggregate mark in International Economic Theory subject.


More than 60 group projects completed over 3 years consistently achieving high results.

"Field Assignment"
Result: Highest result of all field assignments submitted.

Challenged to develop a long term strategic plan for Vancouver University. Performed a widespread business analysis of operations, staff, students, and courses; conducted interviews with staff on preferred methods to elevate the standards of research and publications. Prepared comprehensive comparison report and SWOT analysis assessing competitor University's strengths and weaknesses, and developed a strategic plan presented to peers and teaching staff. Established a strong, cooperative working team with outstanding results.

"Global Marketing Management"
Cooperatively researched, co-wrote and presented information detailing an environmental analysis and marketing plan for distance education to be provided from Vancouver University.

"International Logistics and Business Strategy"
Researched and recommended improvements to existing product recall operation, assessing reverse logistics distribution activities.

"International Business Operations"
"Intopia" assignment to launch a company into 3 regions - Asia, USA, and Europe.


2001 - Present
Sales Assistant
Developed and consolidated outstanding customer service skills during university. Tirelessly committed to part-time employment to supplement full-time studies without sacrificing academic results.

Consistently achieve exceptional sales by applying influential selling techniques and demonstrating dynamic customer service through personalized communications. Source out of stock items from other stores via the computerized system, maintain merchandising displays for rapid customer impact, monitor store security, and balance cash registers daily.

• Quickly gained a reputation as a leader, and acknowledgement for outstanding sales abilities. In October 2001 recorded the highest sales of all staff including the store manager, meeting and exceeding budgeted projections.
• Entrusted with business security system knowledge and keys to open and close the store in the owner's absence.

PRWRA Gayle Howard - Top Margin -


Jean Adams
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Advocate for environmental, health, Internet privacy and sales tax issues.


• Excellent written and oral communication, collaboration, public speaking, networking.
• Spearheaded efforts that raised $10,000 for a Red Cross Fundraiser on campus.
• Led campus research committee on Internet Privacy and Sales Tax issues.
• Experienced in writing press releases, news-related stories, and proposals.
• Resolved a long-standing issue through intelligent redesign and presentation of facts to policy makers.
• Understands and interprets trend analysis.
• Proficient in WordPerfect, Quattro Pro, Presentations, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Windows, Email, and Internet.
• Fluent in reading, speaking, and writing in Spanish.


University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
Bachelor of Science, Political Science
High Honors.
Dual Minor: Business Law and Economics.
Active in numerous clubs, fraternities, and campus organizations.


Senator Bob Richardson, Boise, Idaho
2000 - 2001
Legislative Assistant
• Track and analyze bills via the Internet and present information to the Senator.
• Conduct polling and statistical analysis on voter issues.
• Provide interpretations of trend analyses.
• Assist in press releases and conferences.

Senator Bob Richardson, Boise, Idaho
1998 - 1999
Legislative Correspondent
• Coodinated, fielded, and tracked incoming calls and correspondence.
• Assisted in press releases and conferences.
• Produced direct mail and broadcast mail solicitations.

Valley Free Press, Idaho Falls, Idaho
1997 - 1998
Field Reporter
• Reported on local, state, and national political news.
• Reported on local civil and administrative litigation.


Associate Member, Idaho Environmental Law Student Committee.
Associate Member, Idaho Tax Reform Student Committee.
Member, Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce.

PRWRA Camile Carboneau - CC Computer Services - PO Box 50655 - Idaho Falls, Idaho 83405 - URL: -

Marine Technician

Chris Hill
604 Harmony Lane • Pleasantville , CA 94588 • (925) 555-1234

Marine Technician / Service Technician / Marine Mechanic

PROFILE Experienced and professional Marine Service Technician with the motivation, desire, knowledge, and skills required to diagnose and repair malfunctions and breakdowns in complete mechanical systems. Performed over 1,000 billable hours of repair work on a wide variety of marine equipment.

EDUCATION Marine Mechanics Institute (MMI) – Orlando , FL Diploma: Marine Technology
Graduation Date: December 15, 2006 GPA 3.90

Special Emphasis:
· Marine Technician (1,500 hours)
· Yamaha Marine (75 hours)
· Honda Marine (75 hours)
· Merctech Program (150 hours)
· Suzuki Program (75 hours)
· Yamaha Pro Marine (75 hours)
· Volvo Penta Marine (75 hours)
· Watercraft Tech Program (150 hours)
· Sea-Doo Marine (50 hours)

Maricopa Community College -- Glendale , AZ Associated Degree, Mathematics
May 2005

Apollo High School – Phoenix , AZ High School Diploma
May 2003


· Electrical Diagnostics
· Sterndrive Fuel Systems
· Honda Marine
· PWC Engine teardown / assembly
· Yamaha Marine
· Suzuki Marine
· Volvo-Penta Marine
· Dynojet Operations Training


2006, Marine Mechanics Institute

2006, Student of the Phase (2)
2006, Director’s List


Audio Express, Kissimmee , FL
Install Specialist
2006 – Present

Worked 30 hours per week, while attending school full time. Reviewed customer work orders, scheduled installations, and performed quality checks on all installed systems. Recognized by Supervisors as the “go to person” for installations done right the first time.

Quick Lube, Glendale, AZ
LOF Specialist
2003 – 2005

Organized rapid oil changes for boats and marine equipment and motivated a team of four technicians. Provided quality assurance using a detailed checklist of tasks to be completed for each account. Directly interfaced with customers to ensure all mechanical issues were clearly communicated, explained, and resolved in a timely manner.

Materials Scientist

Drew Anderson
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Confident bachelor of science graduate demonstrating strong negotiation and leadership skills. Founded alumni association and increased membership 20 times. Versed in three languages. Generated value-adding results for organization both as leader and as team member. Willing to travel and relocate.

Technical Skills
Computer Skills
· SEM (Scanning Electron Microscopy)
· Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
· FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy)
· UV Spectrometer
· Macromedia Director
· CVD (Chemical Vapor Deposition)
· Mechanical Testing (Tensile, compressive and impact testing)
· Computer assembling and basic networking


National University of Singapore Extension, Singapore
Elementary Chinese Course

National University of Singapore, Singapore
Bachelor of Science
Major: Material Science (Applied Science)
Thesis topic: Literature research on lithium polymer battery

SMU Kolese Loyola Semarang, Indonesia
Certificate equivalent to 'A' Level
Final project: Determining viscosity coefficient of fluids


PSB Corporation, Singapore
Technical Executive
Prepared and tested paint and cement mortar premix samples concurrently within six months.
Paint samples: Tested resistance of samples to external environment in team of seven members. Kept laboratory in good condition.
· Developed new formula for samples (of superior quality compared to competitors' products).
· Increased number of prepared samples 100%.
Cement Mortar Mix: Assisted supervisor in testing change in properties of samples in relation to different additives. Administered tensile and compressive tests to samples in team of four members. Supervised two staff in sample preparation.
· Developed first cement mortar premix in South-East Asia.


Alumni Association of SMU Kolese Loyola, Singapore
2002 - Present
Co-founder, Head of Public Relations Committee
Founded association with two other partners. Led and managed seven members as Head of Public Relations Committee. Exposed Singapore education system (education process, subjects, and living environment) to Indonesian students. Raised funds for association. Organized gatherings for members every six months.
· Grew association membership from 3 to 60 members.
· Acted as liaison with Main School Alumni and Head of School Foundation of SMU Kolese Loyola.

Association of Indonesian Students, Singapore
Marketing Team Member
Assisted in planning of budget in team of three for association's annual Dinner and Dance held in Novotel Apollo.
· Negotiated $2350 in sponsorship fees and vouchers from Wisma Sehati ($500), AIA representative ($150), Infinite Electronics ($200 price sponsorship), DTZ ($500) and Deutsche Bank (10 travel vouchers worth $1000).

SMU Kolese Loyola Year Book, Indonesia
1997 - 1998
Marketing Team Member
Sourced sponsorship for printing of yearbook in team of 20 members.
· Produced and reduced price of high school's first hard cover year book to $3.


· Fluent in English (read, speak and write) and Bahasa Indonesia (native).
· Basic proficiency in Mandarin.

Teo Boon Sin - -

Mathematics Teacher

Marion McLeod
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


• Extensive classroom management experience including student supervision, lesson planning, and unit instruction.
• Achieved teaching certificate and passed all Praxis series in the state of Maryland.
• Proven success in teaching all levels of mathematics including advanced placement calculus, algebra essential I, and geometry.
• Proficient in evaluating student performance based on professional criteria and recommending viable educational solutions.


Maryland State University, Harper's Ferry, MD
Teaching Certificate

Maryland State University, Harper's Ferry, MD
B.A., Mathematics
Awards: Dean's List every semester, JK Fleming Award for Math, Maryland Tech Women in Engineering Award


The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics


Grader for Harrison High School's Oral Math Finals, Volunteer at Babe Ruth Summer Softball Camp


Jackson High School, College Park, MD
2001 - Present
Student Intern
Managed all aspects of the classroom. Taught algebra essential I and geometry classes on a daily basis. Evaluated and graded students on a continual basis. Counseled students on subject matter. Arranged unit planning, lesson planning, and teaching lessons.

Summer School Program, Baltimore, MD
2001 - 2002
Math Teacher
Instructed sixteen students at five different math levels. Planned and taught lesson plans on a daily basis. Assessed student performance based on professional criteria.

Washington High School, Baltimore, MD
2000 - 2001
Student Assistant
Assisted in a transition math class on a weekly basis. Worked with an advanced placement calculus class on a weekly basis. Observed and evaluated student progress in math. Designed and taught lessons on a weekly basis. Guided students with homework assignments and test preparation skills.

Maryland State University, Harper's Ferry, MD
1999 - 2000
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant
Headed various recitation classes on a weekly basis. Participated in Learning Center by helping students with coursework problems. Taught classes and administered tests/quizzes to students. Evaluated and graded student competency in math.

PRWRA Kristen Coria - - Accounting Paradigms

Medical Assistant

Renee McEvoy
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


To obtain a position as a Medical Assistant with emphasis on patient interaction and preparation. This position should allow for continued on the job training and education along with room for advancement.


National Institute of Technology, Cross Lanes, WV
Medical Business Clinical Specialist
• 99.92 Overall GPA
• Exemplary Attendance

South Charleston High School, South Charleston, WV
H.S. Diploma
• 4.0 GPA
• Honor Society


Dr. Smith, Charleston, WV
2003 - 2003
Medical Assistant
• Observed all aspects of daily activity in a physician's office
• Prepared patients for meeting with the doctor
• Filed charts
• Took blood pressure, weight, and temperatures of incoming patients


Clerical Clinical
• Medical Terminology • Injections
• Appointment Scheduling • Venipunctures
• Insurance Billing and Coding • Blood Pressure
• Typing 45 WPM • Vitals
• WordPerfect • Sterile Techniques
• Microsoft Word 97 & 2000 • Autoclave
• Medical Manager • Positioning and Draping
• Collections • Urinalysis


Nationally Registered Certified Medical Assistant
First Aid Certified
CPR Certified

PRWRA Sara Telisko - National Institute of Technology - 5514 Big Tyler Road - Cross Lanes, WV 25313 - 304.776.6290 - -

Motorcycle Service Technician 1

Drew Sterling
Cell Number (123) 456-7890

OBJECTIVE Position in the Motorcycle Industry

PROFILE Entry Level Motorcycle Service Technician with the motivation, desire, knowledge, and skills required to diagnose and repair malfunctions in complete mechanical systems.

EDUCATION Motorcycle Mechanics Institute (MMI) – Phoenix, AZ Motorcycle Technology Certificate
Graduation: March 13, 2009 GPA: 4.00


· Harley Davidson Technician Program (825 hours)
· Late Model Program (300 hours)
· Screamin’ Eagle Program (150 hours)
· Buell Program (75 hours)
· V-Rod Program (75 hours)
· Service Department Operations (75 hours)
· Motorcycle Technician Clinics 8 & 9 (150 hours)
· HonTech Program (600 hours)


Service Procedures
Chassis Service
Electrical Diagnostics
Buell Powertrain and Engine Management Systems
Honda Aquatrax PWC Tech Training
Dynojet Operations Seminar 1


Motorcycle Endorsement
Recognized Professionalism Award
Motorcycle Technician Clinics 8 & 9 Perfect Attendance
HonTech Program Excellent Attendance
Theory Directors List


January 2008 – January 2009 Lenny’s Lawnmower Scottsdale , AZ

August 2007 – January 2008 Scottsdale Graff Rentals Scottsdale , AZ
Maintenance / Delivery

April 2007 – August 2007 Catlin Brothers Contracting Farmington, MN

November 2005 – March 2007 Max Wenger Cooperative West Bend, IA
General Labor

Motorcycle Service Technician 2

Drew Sterling
Telephone (456) 789-0123

OBJECTIVE Position in the Motorcycle Industry

PROFILE Entry Level Motorcycle Service Technician with the motivation, desire, knowledge, and skills required to diagnose and repair malfunctions in complete mechanical systems.

EDUCATION Motorcycle Mechanics Institute (MMI) – Phoenix, AZ Motorcycle Technology Certificate
Graduation: May 15, 2009 GPA: 3.44


· Harley Davidson Technician Program (825 hours)
· Early Model Program (150 hours)
· Late Model Program (300 hours)
· Screamin’ Eagle Program (150 hours)
· Buell Program (75 hours)
· V-Rod Program (75 hours)
· Service Department Operations (75 hours)


Service Procedures
Electrical Diagnostics
Dynojet Operations Seminar 1


Motorcycle Endorsement


October 2005 – August 2007 Day Labor Construction Phoenix , AZ
Construction Worker

March 2004 – September 2005 Gordon Central Station Tempe, AZ

September 2003 – March 2004 XP O’Reilly’s Mesa, AZ

Motorcycle Service Technician 3

Drew Sterling
Telephone (567) 890-1234

OBJECTIVE Position in the Motorcycle Industry

PROFILE Entry Level Motorcycle Service Technician with the motivation, desire, knowledge, and skills required to diagnose and repair malfunctions in complete mechanical systems.

EDUCATION Motorcycle Mechanics Institute (MMI) – Phoenix, AZ Motorcycle Technology Certificate
Graduation: April 24, 2009 GPA: 3.69


· Motorcycle Technician Program (825 hours)
· F.A.S.T. Program (300 hours)
· Service Department Operations (75 hours)


Suzuki MTM Tech Upgrade Videos
Dynojet Operations Seminar 1


June 2007 – December 2007 Pop A Lock Memphis, TN

May 2006 – March 2007 US Airways Memphis, TN
Ramp Technician Memphis International Airport

August 2004 – April 2005 McGanee Clinic for Animals Memphis, TN
Kennel Worker

June 2003 – July 2004 Winander Animal Hospital Memphis, TN
Kennel Manager

Motorcycle Technician

Chris Hill
604 Harmony Lane • Pleasantville , CA 94588 • (925) 555-1234

Motorcycle Technician / Service Technician

PROFILE Professional Motorcycle Service Technician with the motivation, desire, knowledge, and skills required to diagnose and repair malfunctions and breakdowns in complete mechanical systems. Performed over 1,000 billable hours of repair work on a wide variety of motorcycles.

EDUCATION Motorcycle Mechanics Institute (MMI) – Orlando , FL Diploma: Motorcycle Technology
Graduation Date: December 15, 2006 GPA 3.90

Special Emphasis:
· Harley Davidson Program (825 hours)
· Screamin’ Eagle Program (150 hours)
· YamaPro Program (300 hours)
· Early Model Program (150 hours)
· V-Rod Program (75 hours)
· Hon Tech Program (300 hours)
· Late Model Program (300 hours)
· F.A.S.T. Program (300 hours)
· K-Tech Program (300 hours)
· Buell Program (75 hours)

Maricopa Community College -- Glendale , AZ Associated Degree, Mathematics
May 2005

Apollo High School – Phoenix , AZ High School Diploma
May 2003


· Buell Initial
· Electrical Diagnostics
· Honda Aquatrax PWC Training
· XB Initial
· Chassis Service Assessment
· Honda Tech Full Cycle Video
· V-Rod Initial
· Yamaha Five-Star Videos
· Dynojet Operations Training
· PHD’s
· Suzuki MTM Video
· Vehicle Maintenance
· Big Twin Power Train
· Kawasaki Back to the Basics


2006, Motorcycle Mechanics Institute

2006, Student of the Phase (2)
2006, Director’s List


Audio Express, Kissimmee , FL
Install Specialist
2006 – Present

Worked 30 hours per week, while attending school full time. Reviewed customer work orders, scheduled installations, and performed quality checks on all installed systems. Recognized by Supervisors as the “go to person” for installations done right the first time.

Quick Lube, Glendale, AZ
LOF Specialist
2003 – 2005

Organized rapid oil changes for high profile automobiles and motivated a team of four oil changers. Provided quality assurance using a detailed checklist of tasks to be completed for each car. Directly interfaced with customers to ensure all mechanical issues were clearly communicated, explained, and resolved in a timely manner.

Nutritionist Recent Graduate

Jean Adams
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Science graduate distinguished from peers through a history of ‘real world’ cross-industry experiences. Extensive IT background has honed strengths in finding solutions, applying a customer service focus to challenges, prioritizing demanding workflows, and meeting deadlines. Internship with a prominent flavor-development company heightened sensory skills and elevated proficiencies in acclimatizing to changing workplaces, priorities, and programs. A mature and tenacious worker with a meticulous approach to detail, “outside the square” thinking, and creative flair.

Comprehensively trained in:
Ÿ Product Development
Ÿ Food Research
Ÿ Meal Design & Management
Ÿ Nutrition Education Techniques
Ÿ Flavor Applications
Ÿ Food Composition
Ÿ Experimental Food Science
Ÿ Elements of Chemistry
Ÿ Nutrition in the Lifecycle
Ÿ Nutrition
Ÿ Sensory Evaluation
Ÿ Food Composition & Scientific Preparation
Ÿ Organic Chemistry


Bachelor of Science (Food & Nutrition)
Majors: Human Ecology, Food & Nutrition
Graduated Magna Cum Laude
Montclair State University, USA (2003)

French Regional Cuisine
Le Cordon Bleu, Paris, France (2003)

Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer,
Educom, Melbourne, Australia (1999)


Examples of academic projects, challenges, and team work that support career goals

Research Project: “How Diets correlate body image in teenagers”
Personal Contribution: Research and Class Presentation
Partnered with peers in a team of three to produce a research paper within stringent time constraints. Overcame conflicting schedules threatening the deadline by collaboratively setting strategic and realistic goals for work completion, and exploiting internet-messaging technologies for progressive communications. Successfully delivered project on time, to deadline.

Research Project: Human Ecology
Personal Contribution: PowerPoint presentations, research, class address
Key participant in team of three assigned to research and identify the major changes to human ecology over the past 50-years. Conflicting team dynamics and a diversity of personal views were united through diplomatic communications and re-clarification of primary issues. Personally produced all PowerPoint presentations supporting research findings, and contributed to the class address.

Education Project: Nutrition Education Techniques
Personal Contribution: Group training/education, self-evaluation, learning aids
Solo project presenting nutritional information to a “real life” group of adult learners. Adapted presentation techniques to encompass sensory learning by introducing fresh fruit to the classroom experience, launching Wordsearch interactive activities, and designing colorful posters that reinforced the benefits of effective daily nutrition. Surveyed responses demonstrated that despite the group’s outward skepticism, all members absorbed the information presented.


Food Technologist Internship—Sweet Flavor Applications
Reported to: Senior Food Scientist • Clients included: M&M Mars, Nestlé, Glaxo Smith Kline, Pepsi
Summary: International flavor and fragrance company developing products spanning confectionary, coated cereals, flavored yoghurt, granola bars, ice cream, baked goods, and over-the-counter medications.
Outpaced student peers by securing a sought-after internship supporting three senior scientists in the sweet development laboratory. Utilizing a range of natural and synthetic flavor enhancers, produced sample ranges that met each client’s brief for exceeding customers’ taste preferences.
· Met the pressures of devising creative, fresh ideas for clients in this highly competitive industry. Researched existing markets and extended ideas that ensured new products were bold and unique.
· Prioritized own workflows, juggling a diversity of special projects daily for client-tasting or consumer panel evaluations.
· Transitioned from “fresh” recruit to a seasoned performer, working autonomously without scrutiny. Recognized during performance appraisals for attention to detail and distinctively creative approach.
· Contributed to pyramid testing of three product samples via computerized consumer testing.


Temporary Contractor
Rapidly acquired reputation as a competent, adaptable contractor, flexible to the needs of diverse workplaces and personalities. Offered superior administrative and computer services to prominent London-based legal, accounting and investment firms.

Technical Support /Trainer (contract)
Short-term contract role offering expert telephone and on-site technical support and end-user training. Configured computer hardware and software and presented informal one-on-one and group training sessions to lessen each client’s dependence on first-level support mechanisms.

Technical Support / NT Support
Mobile technical support specialist. Installed and troubleshot hardware and software issues onsite, and provided new user education and desktop support for networks, Windows platforms, and Lotus Notes.

AUSTRALIA POST, Melbourne Australia
IT Helpdesk
High-pressure role assuring continuity of computer operations by resolving end-user hardware and software issues via remote dialup, telephone/onsite support, and advanced technical training.


Microsoft Office Professional, Internet, email, Windows NT
Gayle M. Howard - Top Margin -

Occupational Therapist Recent Graduate

Drew Anderson
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234

New Grad with extensive up-to-date industry knowledge

A friendly outgoing individual with experience in a variety of fields such as health care assisting, reception, office/secretarial work, and government. Adept customer service skills including the font-line patient care, scheduling of appointments, and all financial administrative duties. Excellent multi-tasking abilities instrumental in the daily management of large offices.
Bilingual in English and French


Rehab in Health Care
Anatomy & Physiology
Functional Movement
Human Development
Functional Movement
Human Disorders
Cognitive Impairments
Problem Solving
Communication Skills
Rehab Processes
Admin & Program Support
Physical Agents
Clinical Physiotherapy
OTA Therapeutic Techniques
Clinical Placement


Administrative Skills
· Working knowledge in MS Office Suite, E-mail, and Internet with superior keyboarding skills.
· Hands-on experience with financial accounts, balancing books, and depositing revenue on a daily basis.
· Knowledge of medical office procedures, transcription and terminology.

Organizational Skills
· Organized the record keeping of monthly invoices, statements, and pay periods for over 650 personnel.
· Supervised and trained teams of up to 6 professionals, ensuring effective and timely completion of tasks.

Interpersonal Communication
· Provided receptionist duties using a needs-based process involving assessing client needs, offering alternatives and deciding on the best solution
· Participated effectively as a member of teams acting both as a member at large and as leader.
· Utilized respect and confidentiality when dealing with clients, and staff


Certificate in Physiotherapist / Occupational Therapist Assistant
Shawnville College, Belleville, ON

High School Diploma
Widdifield Secondary School, North Bay, ON

Various course and seminars including: Office Administration, Pay and Records, Microsoft Office Suite, Junior Leaders Course, Financial Classification Training.


Resource Management Clerk
Progressed through various promotions within the Canadian Forces, cumulating with the rank of Master Corporal, a junior supervisory appointment. Charged with the overseeing of administrating the financial and human resource issues within a unit. Superior teamwork acumen, assessing difficulties and rectifying them with workable solutions.
· Worked within an isolated environment catering to the needs of the clients within a unique situation.
· Thorough knowledge of payroll and Non-Public Funds auditing, acted as a cashier making sure that members were paid in due time.
· Superior adaptability and ease with various different levels of clientele, utilizing diplomacy, and tack to resolve issues.
· Budgetary presentations and management making certain that finances were within given parameters.
· Undertook a variety of first-aid and emergency training in order to hone skills for military assignments.
· Responsible for the training of subordinates in the newly adapted finance amalgamation venue.
· Knowledge and qualification in WHIMIS.

Nicole Miller - -

Organizational Development Specialist

Casey Catello
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Human resources professional with the ability to plan, organize, and manage human resources, organizational development, and training responsibilities/projects by integrating business goals with human resource solutions. Dedicated problem solver, who thinks logically, values creativity and cares about people.

• Effective team builder, exhibiting the ability to motivate diverse groups to achieve a targeted goal.
• Enthusiastic, eager to learn, meet new challenges and assimilate new concepts and ideas quickly.
• Focused motivator exhibiting high ethics, competence and confidence underscored by a personal commitment to outstanding professional performance.


• Groups and Work Teams • HR Measurement and Analysis
• Statistical Methods • Organizational Development
• HR Selection and Appraisal • Applied Research Methods
• Personnel Training • Micro-Organizational Behavior
• Business Management • Small Group / Interpersonal
• Oral / Written Communication • Leadership in the Workplace


2001 - Present
Group Facilitator
• Facilitated corporate enrichment groups and therapeutic adventure programs with child and adult populations.
• Used experiential education model to teach a variety of community and corporate workshops.
• Worked with team of facilitators to maintain industry safety standards and explore different facilitation methods.
• Helped organize and sequence training for corporate and therapeutic programs.

2000 - 2001
Organizational Development Consultant (Group Project)
• Created and conducted standardized interviews with Helix employees.
• Observed employees and collected daily routine information.
• Presented feedback regarding suggested changes to employees.

2000 - 2000
Graduate Student Teaching Assistant, Undergraduate Laboratories
• Composed, presented and taught weekly lectures for three undergraduate laboratories.
• Provided out-of-class tutoring for students on class material.

1999 - 2000
Human Resource Assistant / Intern
• Designed exit interview for city employees.
• Facilitated written testing for fireman and police positions.
• Revised job announcements for various city employment positions.
• Screened applicants for teacher's assistant position interviews.

1997 - 1999
Assistant Mediator / Intern
• Mediated juvenile and assisted with mediation of adult disputes.
• Received twenty hours of mediation skills training.


M.S., Industrial / Organizational Psychology
Thesis: "The Role of Personality Variables in Predicting Expatriate Adaptability: Implications for Cross-Cultural Selection"

Selection Project, August to December 1999
• Designed proposal of selection module for mock airline.
• Presented proposal with group members to audience of classmates.

Training Project, January to May 1999
• Researched topic of compensation negotiation
• Composed lecture material, visual aids, handouts, and participatory activities
• Conducted training seminar with group members to audience of classmates

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology , Minor: Business Administration
Undergraduate Group Thesis: "Alcohol Related Locus-of-Control in Relation to Undergraduate Academic Classification and Self-Esteem." Presented to National Conference on Undergraduate Research.

Basic Facilitator Training, 80-hour course


• Microsoft Word, Excel, Corel WordPerfect
• PowerPoint, Quicken, SPSS 9.0


Association for Experiential Education, 2000 to Present
Society for Human Resource Management, 1998 to Present
Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology, 1998 to Present
Adult CPR Certified, American Red Cross, Current

PRWRA Judy Arabie - Just Your Type, Inc. - Résumé Manager - -


Jordan Winters
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Recent college graduate is interested in utilizing his professional photography skills in a fast-paced media organization.


• 2001 Photographers Forum Magazine - Collegiate Photo Contest Finalist.
• Managed a demanding and deadline oriented publication schedule.
• Coordinated and directed seven other staff photographers.
• Participated in determining prospective subject matter for the publication.
• Used cost effective methods to improve product quality.


University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Bachelor of Arts, Studio Arts
• Concentration in History of Art.
• Directed Study in Printmaking / Etching.
• College of Business Administration coursework.

Pittsburgh Filmmakers, Pittsburgh, PA
Black and White Photography Development.

Queensland College of Art, Brisbane, Australia
CIEE Study Abroad Program - Semester-long program studying Printmaking and Photography.


The Chronicle, The Pitt News, Independant
1998 - Present
Freelance Photographer

The Pitt News
Assistant Photo Editor
Senior Year 2001. Assistant photo editor for daily university newspaper. Duties included photographing material for paper, supervision of staff photographers, enhancing images using Adobe Photoshop 6.0. Responsible for pictures of cultural icons such as; Ralph Nader, Pat Buchanan, Maya Angelou, Arthur Miller, Pittsburgh Mayor-Tom Murphy.


Independent travel throughout Australia, New Zealand, and Israel.


• Adobe Photoshop 6.0
• QuarkXPress
• Microsoft Word
• Microsoft Excel

PRWRA Bob Wolk - Bernard Haldane Associates - -

Production Assistant

Lee Robertson
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Dynamic and proven Production Assistant and Segment Producer significantly contributing to Good Day New York achieving Emmy Award for Best Local Morning Show in NY, 2004. Experience working with the Number One television market in the US – FOX5 WNYW. Passion for producing and presenting news stories and commentary. Outstanding on-air personality, creative, innovative and captivating. Proficient in MS Office, AVID Express, and Basic Parker Vision. Demo reel available for review.


Associate Producer, FOX5 WNTW Problem Solvers airing July 24, 2004
Chosen Applicant to WPIX-WB11 Broadcasting Seminar, 2002


The Good Day New York Show with FOX 5 WNYW
2004 – Present
Production Assistant / Segment Producer / Assistant Editor
Conceived, crafted and pitched story idea. Show will air during sweeps period on primetime television for Five O’clock, Six O’clock and Ten O’clock news shows. Researched and booked all guests, coordinated interview schedules, and directed during interviews.
· Ensure morning scripts, guest list and graphics orders are complete and accurate.
· Post all website information for GDNY.
· Routinely edit teases and broll clips that go on air.
· Organize and create chyrons for next days’ show Researched, booked and produced numerous segments that featured on Good Day New York.
· Perform administrative tasks, managing high volume of calls from major advertising and public relations firms.
· Provide and incorporate valuable information into show rundown for producers.
· Ensure all necessary equipment and supplies are available for next days’ show.

True Entertainment, an Endomol Company, New York, NY
2003 –2004
Production Assistant
For Guess Who’s Coming To Decorate and Help Wanted
· Composed travel grids, production schedules, show questionnaires and contact sheets for weekly shoots.
· Booked crew, talent, vehicles, camera equipment, security and craft services for each location.
· Planned and coordinated all transportation and accommodations for crew, talent and guests.
· Oversaw crew and assisted producers with room renovations and redesign plans in the field and in the office.
· Researched and selected candidates for air guests on the show, determining best candidates.
· Performed all administrative tasks to ensure smooth and efficient operations, prepared and distributed materials, attended and participated in major production meetings, performed data entry, and used personal vehicle to run errands.

News 12 Television Station, Edison, NJ
Intern / Assignment Desk Assistant
· Generated, developed and contributed stories to afternoon and evening news rundowns.
· Collaborated with Assignment Editor to coordinate and develop news stories and special segments.
· Investigated and researched leads for possible stories.
· Interviewed potential story sources and recorded data at press conferences.
· Worked with Producers to prepare newscast materials.
· Performed clerical and production tasks.


Bachelor of Arts, Communications / Broadcasting, 2003, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, NJ
3.5 GPA, Graduated Cum Laude, Dean’s List, 2000 – 2003

Cory Edwards - -

Project Coordinator

Sam Sterling
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Administrative Professional with sales, public relations, and event planning experience. Ability to meet challenges, learn quickly and handle large-scale projects. Skilled in providing Senior Management support in international environments.


• Sales and Marketing • Public Relations • Customer Service
• Human Resources • Training and Counseling • Project Coordination
• Purchasing • Meeting / Event Planning • Process Improvement
• Telemarketing • Advertising / Promotions • Collections


Helix International, Greece, Italy and Japan
2000 - Present
Project Coordinator / Consultant

Jaybird Corporation, Tampa, FL
1998 - 2000
Executive Support Professional

The Romanov Agency, Island, FL
1996 - 1998
Public Relations Coordinator

Geo Consultants, Tampa, FL
1994 - 1996
Office Manager / Outside Sales

Meeting, Event and Project Planning
• Implemented and coordinated strategic business objectives in the consolidation of manufacturing sites and the relocation of corporate offices to numerous international locations in Italy, Greece and Japan.
• Coordinated all aspects of special events, dinners and trips for executives.
• Planned all meetings, luncheons and events for Senior Management.

Administrative Support and Supervision
• Supported senior management, performing computer functions, handling mailings, and preparing daily reports.
• Handled billing, accounts receivable and payable, collections, and general ledger accounting.
• Hired, trained, supervised, counseled and reviewed eight staff.

Public Relations, Marketing and Sales
• Planned promotions to recruit guests and corporate business.
• Performed outside sales, business development and telemarketing.
• Implemented direct mail advertising campaigns.
• Interfaced with executives from Europe, Asia and Central America.


• Microsoft Office Software


Broward Community College, Sarasota, FL
B.A., Marketing
Seminars: Management Training, Customer Service and Sales Presentation

PRWRA Laura DeCarlo - A Competitive Edge Career Service - -

Senior Sales Rep

Chris Fong
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Sales and marketing professional with experience managing a major U.S. and global commodity. Earned a degree in finance. Computer skills include Microsoft Windows NT and 2000, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook), QuickBooks, IDI warehouse system, USDA Futures, and EWR-New York Cotton Exchange. Fluent in Spanish.

Sales/Marketing/Scheduling/Management expertise includes:
· Executing sales and marketing strategies Identifying and evaluating revenue opportunities.
· Increasing revenue and reducing costs Improving client relations and overall operations.
· Measuring activities and results Arbitrating problems.

Commodities expertise includes:
· Purchasing commodity Controlling and tracking movement.
· Certificating for market Exporting of futures.
· Transferring ownership Putting in or taking off the market.
· Domestic railroad and trucking activities Global and domestic waterborne transportation activities.


Senior Sales and Distributing Representative, 2000 - Present
· Maintain sole responsibility for $3.6 million in annual gross cotton sales for an 11-state territory.
· Schedule and manage all warehousing, distribution, and exportation activities, serving as one of only 7 holding points for the New York Cotton Exchange.
· Manage all commodities' activities.
· Interact with the owner and chief executive officer, and supervise 20 office and warehouse personnel.
· Communicate externally with chief executive officers, presidents, and vice presidents representing other merchants, traffic managers representing cotton gins, farmers, and customer service managers.


Texas Cotton Association - Transportation and Warehousing Committee/Texas Cotton Ginners Association


B.S., Finance, 2000
TRAINING: Futures market, IDI computer software, overseas outlook, and cotton forecasts

PRWRA Sandy Hild - The Résumé Doctor - - -


604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234

Food Industry • Education • Broadcasting

Results of Sales Insights Professional Profiling show the following skill-sets:

· Goal-oriented individual who thrives in a changing work environment. View sales as an opportunity to compete with self and with others. Accept authority and responsibility to achieve sales goals. Enjoy the challenge of cold calls. Tackle tough sales problems and bring to successful conclusion.
· Readily build relationships with a wide variety of people from all professional levels and cultures. Quick study for new products and services. Utilize expansive communication skills and resourcefulness to market ideas and products.
· Self-motivated to work independently; equally competent as a team player/leader. Deliver efficient sales presentations to close the deal. Productive use of PowerPoint presentations.
· Create and maintain solid business/customer relationships. Generate top quality results by demonstrating superior product knowledge and integrity.
· Natural communicator with strong motivational skills and the ability to build, produce and succeed. Positively influence others through knowledge, interest and attitude.


Danny’s Country Inn – Sharpsville, Pennsylvania
2001 – Present
Quaker Steak and Lube, Best Wings USA – Sharon, Pennsylvania
1993 – 2001
Lone Star – Ft. Myers, Florida
1996 – 1998
· Provide quick, efficient and friendly service to customers. Boost customer base and establish repeat clientele. Compete with co-workers to achieve sales goals.
· Won first place in server competition in Pittsburgh.
· Made recommendations to management regarding expanding selection of liquors. Expanded offerings were well received by customers.
· Introduced theme-based “dress-up” night to complement performance by a ’70s band, creating a welcoming and festive ambiance in the restaurant.
· Rewarded for delivering exceptional service and sales performance with offer of management position (declined due to relocation back to Pennsylvania).


Certification to Substitute Teach in Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Field Experience:
Canfield, Ohio High School, 5 weeks, taught history to 11th and 12th grade students
Youngstown State University, 6 weeks, taught special needs class in Niles, Ohio

Bachelor of Arts and Science, 2003, Youngstown State University – Youngstown, Ohio
Delta Zeta Sorority ~ Honor Society Kappa Delta Pit (Education)
Historical Writing Seminar, 15 weeks, wrote thesis on Vietnam

Jane Roqueplot - -

Sound Engineer Recent Graduate

Drew Anderson
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234

Sound Engineer ~ Graduate

A passion for technical excellence, an intense commitment to deliver to deadline, and the vision to inject creativity into everyday tasks, are performance characteristics that have underscored work ethic throughout university studies, and hands-on freelance assignments in sound engineering. Acknowledged by lecturers, and clients as a meticulous trouble-shooter, rapid-paced learner, and independent thinker. Dedicated to enriching and maintaining the integrity of musical compositions of all genres, optimizing sound quality, capitalizing on equipment capabilities, and making a high-impact ‘behind-the-scenes’ contribution.

Value Offered
Ÿ Sound Engineering
Ÿ Mixing and Synthesis
Ÿ Advanced MIDI Application
Ÿ Digital and Analogue Editing
Ÿ Time Management
Ÿ Microphone Technique
Ÿ Video Editing
Ÿ Script Writing
Ÿ Real-time Digital Signal Processing
Ÿ Sound Reinforcement
Ÿ Control Surface
Ÿ Analogue Mixing Desk
Ÿ Instrument, Voice & Foley Recordings

Technology Snapshot: ProTools, Cubase, Logic, Cool Edit, DSP, Final Cut Pro, Premiere, Reason, Logic Control, Control 24, 02R, analogue desks.


Bachelor of Arts Communication
University of California

Academic Highlights
Recent examples of academic projects, challenges, and team work that support career goals

Music Technology
Solo project to produce a 24-track maximum, 5-minute recording. Secured services of popular local bands—Five Flavored and Fergus Recliner, to donate time to the project. Project challenges included band members with limited availability, excess noise on the night of recording due to a music festival, and a faulty analogue-to-digital converter.
· Overcame external noise leakage and faulty equipment, by altering layout recording plan to four microphones, no drum effects, and two tracks for keyboard. Fine-tuned gates and expanders to eliminate ambient sound from the festival.
· Awarded a distinction for efforts. As evaluated by lecturer, “This is a very slick recording. Well done. The documentation is great, and the data sessions well organized; the project is of a high standard.”

Media Arts—Sound Project
Independently recorded and mixed original music composition by local band, and augmented presentation with a re-mixed compilation of previous recordings presented as a sound biography. Achieved distinction result and top-of-the-class status for the subject.

Live Content
Produced 10-minutes of material focusing on MIDI in a live context using self-designed patches and networks, real-time digital signal processing, and sound reinforcement. 1-hour prior to performance, requested equipment had been incorrectly supplied, monitor connections were incompatible, and MIDI Controller Driver had been deleted. Quickly sourced correct monitors, installed back-up drivers on computer, and identified and resolved mixer issues affecting the PA system. Successfully performed on video before lecturers, achieving credit result.

Special Freelance Projects

Tapestries of Melody
Recorded and arranged a CD of eight classical Indian, Irish, folk, and improvised musical compositions featuring ten instruments and several solo vocals. Produced a brief, biographical music showcase, interspersed with audio commentary by the group’s founder edited from forty-minutes of discussion to four-minutes of highlights.
· Promotional tool was an outstanding success, scoring job offers for the group throughout Rocklin, and prompting a request to coordinate the group’s live audio during their appearance at the Rocklin Global Carnival—the largest world music festival in the state.
· Produced Tapestries of Melody recordings over 5-days in a secluded mountain retreat. Captured unique feel of the group by experimenting with the use of microphones designed to capture the band, while eliminating extraneous household and instrument sounds. Devoted more than fifty-hours to mixing twenty-two songs at both the retreat and in studio, and ten-hours editing the biography showcase.

Other Projects
· Entrusted by folk rock band Fergus Settee to resolve quality issues surrounding poor mix and distorted kick drum sound in separate tracks produced during a “rush job” by another sound engineer. Went back to basics and remixed songs to the band’s satisfaction.
· Recorded studio songs and mixed live music tracks for Fergus Settee entitled The Fisherman, Brown Cow, Mystery Train, The Letter, The Recliner, and Holding On. Resolved flawed vocals and misplayed notes during mixing process. Musical compositions mixed have since received frequent radio airing.
· Recorded eight songs for a classical group from India with forty-members, including five solo vocalists, thirty-person choir, and instruments including flute, guitar, veena, harmonium, violin, Jews Harp, and percussion section. With all group members new to studio environments, addressed all members on control room protocols, procedures, and expectations of the recording sessions.
· Coordinated equipment hiring and mixed songs for three bands for a live community event. Overcame power-line electrical noise through the PA to deliver a sound performance commended by all bands as “the best on stage sound they have ever had.”

Casual Work Experience

Radio 3KY Rocklin
Production Assistant
Independently networked among contacts to secure rare work experience opportunity with prominent radio station Radio 3KY Rocklin. Reporting to the Manager of In-House Promotions gained first-hand knowledge of operations, equipment, and broadcasting through observation and limited ‘hands-on’ tasks.
· Contributed to round-table discussions on up-coming promotions for on-air personalities, as well as strategies for marketing the prominent sports events.
· Trained in the use of RCS Selector and the Yamaha O2R digital mixing desk connected to DSP editing software where promotional clips were produced.

Work Experience/Assistant to Senior Sound Engineer
Experience/observation engagement that provided insight into the technical aspects of compression. Learned methods for communicating with clients and talent to convey a genuine commitment to achieving the best outcomes possible.
· Edited raw voice recording, adding sound effects and mixing it to DAT format. The production was considered superior with the artist using it as a talent showcase for securing new projects.
· Produced sound designs in studio that were included in advertisement development project.
Gayle M. Howard - Top Margin -

Teacher’s Assistant

Drew Anderson
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Recent college graduate with a Master's of Biological Sciences committed to delivering high quality, responsive services. Practical projects and teamwork experiences during degree studies have revealed exceptional strengths in critical problem solving, analysis, project leadership and troubleshooting. Easily adaptable to changes, with and eagerness towards learning and expanding capabilities.


2001 - 2003
Teacher's Assistant
Interned in undergraduate classroom by teaching Anatomy and Physiology Lab, creating, administering, and correcting tests, recording attendance, and exercising good conduct

• Assisted students by providing individualized instruction based on observation.
• Produced narrative reports to inform parents of progress and challenges.
• Managed classrooms, followed classroom outlines, and provided instruction.

MR. RON STERLING, Lake Worth, Florida
1998 - Present
Maintenance / Accounting
Function efficiently as part of a team consisting of up to ten members. Manage and perform general maintenance duties, including painting, construction and general grounds upkeep.

• General accounting.
• Repair and install plumbing, electrical wiring.
• Perform residential construction.
• Handle a wide range of carpentry jobs

SEAMIST ENTERPRISES, Boynton Beach, Florida
1990 - 1995
1st & 2nd Mate
Worked under the guidance of captains and crewmembers.


1996 - Present
Activities on campus concentrate on teaching and promoting healthy lifestyle and teaching the health risks associated with smoking, drinking and driving, and drug and alcohol abuse among other subjects. Participated in annual conferences.

2000 - 2003
Leading and assisting in youth group activities as well as assist in teaching Sunday school classes to children from the age of 3 to 10 years old. Have previously been involved in teaching Vacation Bible School.


Directed Independent Study
Acknowledged for my participation in Master's thesis project with Mr. James Smith, Sulfide Effects On Thalassia Testudinum Carbon Balance And Adenylate Energy Charge

Assisted Miss Erin C. Sterling on her Master's thesis project, A Comparative Approach To Understanding Hatchling Sea Turtle Metabolism During Emergence. Obtain field experience in collecting blood samples, taking temperature readings, collecting air samples from relocated nest chambers, relocating nests, and by determining other factors


Masters, Biological Sciences

Bachelor of Science, Biological Sciences - Premedical / Pre-professional Studies


• Intermediate Spanish speaker
• Computer skills and Internet savvy
• Teaching Practices, Classroom Dynamics, Lecture Techniques
• Well-Developed Communication Skills
• Skilled in team teaching and interfacing with students, colleagues, and administration
• Team Building, Training, and Development

PRWRA Marie L. Cajuste - Curriculum Vitae Express - Delray Beach, FL 33482 - - - 561 638 8598 - 1 866 362 7628 toll free

Test Engineer

Dale Wong
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Electrical Engineer with experience in Computer Technology.


• VLSI Design • Control Engineering
• Digital Signal Processing • Digital Design
• Network Analysis • Random Signal & Noise
• Semiconductor Devices • Industrial Electronics
• TCP/IP • Computer Architecture
• Electrical Circuits • LAN


Zane Company, Fremont, CA
2000 - Present
Test Engineer
Responsible for PCB board-level functional testing, troubleshooting, and testing process and instruction configuration. Perform ICT test of DSL boards; burn-in test of Sun Microsystems motherboards; power module final diagnostic test of Intel CPUs; burn-in test of Xilinx BIOS; and test of high-end 3DFX graphic accelerators.

• Model SL120 Tadpole Cycle Computer motherboard based on Sun Microsystems architecture: 72-hour burn-in test with Sun Solaris 5 Operating System.• Acu Comm Internet Communications iDAC/iRacer/iModule Internet Router Simulation System with base and terminal: Data transmission length test to analyze failure signal.
• Quantum 3D AAlchemy 8164 High-end Graphic Accelerator, with 8 on-board 3DFX chip units: Xilinx BIOS burn-in test and PCB troubleshoot.
• Vina Tech E-Link 200/208/216 network product (Combines T1, Ethernet, and RS232): Data connection analysis between channels and IC controllers.
• Pycon PLB308 Power Module for Intel Pentium III/IV CPU core voltage test: Final diagnostic and voltage adjustment.
• Adastra ATX/ETX PCB Casino Data System motherboard and extension: Troubleshoot on-board BGA, AGP, and PCI interface.


International Technology University, Santa Clara, CA
MSEE, International Technology University, Santa Clara, CA
BSEE, National Taipei Institute of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan
In-Circuit Testing course with HP/Agilent 3070 Series II
Flying Probe Testing course with GenRad GR Pilot LX and GenRad's GR Alchemist III software suite


Avalanche Breakdown Voltages of Abrupt and Linearly Graded P-N Junctions.
- Performed general analysis of space charge, electric field, and potential distribution in Ge, Si, GaAs, and GaP.

Numerical Analysis for The Linearly Graded P-N Junction.
- Conducted fundamental analysis specified by Poisson's and time independent continuity equation.

Bipolar Transistor Model for Computer Simulation.
- Used Gummel-Poon model to obtain result of second-order effects on bipolar transistor characteristics in active mode.

TAP Controller State Machine using Verilog HDL.
- Wrote behavior model of TAP controller finite state machine, and created test bench to exercise all functions.

PRWRA Nick Marino - Outcome Resumes and Career Service - - Bishop, TX 78343

Vice President of Product Delivery

Pat Hernandez
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Expert in the design and delivery of cost-effective, high-performance information technology infrastructures and applications to address complex business problems. Results-oriented leader, recognized for successful business tactics and strategies, demonstrating management expertise while implementing initiatives to meet company objectives and contribute to bottom line. In-depth understanding of IRM/ITM public laws, executive orders, and regulations pertaining to planning and management of IRM/ITM. Sound knowledge of designing, building, and driving technologies and/or solutions to vertical and horizontal markets. Strong communication skills and ability to convey complex technical concepts and solutions to technical and non-technical audiences.

• Strategic Planning & Growth • Technology Architecture & Integration
• Decisive Leadership • Change Management
• Information Resources Management • Information Technology Management
• Systems Design & Implementation • Project Management
• Operations Management


• Awarded TECH's General Manager's Award for Outstanding Achievement. Established future strategic direction of TECH Corporation by identifying the partners critical to TECH's future in various industries and solution segments; researched and segmented customer requirements to build the matrix of partners critical to financial and industry success.
• Integrated client brands with business and marketing strategies, identifying and leveraging every point of customer contact for brand identification; GAB's website traffic increased by 212% in 2000, IBSA experienced a 57% growth in website sales, and Siba implemented a new group to support customer acquisition driven by the 'net.generation' site.
• Published Certified Project Management Professional (CPMP), with extensive experience administering multi-million-dollar budgets.
• Led organization through a series of internal system and operational changes to capitalize on emerging technologies and application enhancements, increasing efficiency and productivity.
• Directed product/solution launches, implementing and optimizing marketing and sales strategies.
• Assessed and implemented design and delivery processes to maximize customer investments, improve product quality, and enhance customer satisfaction; identified needs and provided solutions where necessary.
• Led and negotiated strategic business partnerships to facilitate technology integration into corporate operations and client opportunities.
• Initiated business plans, deliverables, and position across four TECH server brands (AS/400, Netfinity, RS/6000, and S/390), resulting in increased Lotus revenue share on TECH server platforms.
• Spearheaded project management to migrate Autchenz Bank NYC's trade floor of 30 ISV (Independent Software Vendor) applications to RS/6000 platform.


1998 - Present

Vice President of Product Delivery, 2002 - Present
Vice President of Product Development, 2000 - 2002
Managing Executive, 1999 - 2000
Vice President of Client Services & Delivery/Director Brand Building & Technology, 1998 - 1999

Reporting directly to General Manager and Vice President managing product delivery and operations management for Web Services, Content Management, Collaboration, and Search and Taxonomy. Manage a highly skilled professional team of 20 directing documentation, release management, sales support, software distribution, QA and stress testing, training and sales support, support and critical situation management, and Showcase and Truelook operations and production. Lead and deliver technology implementation and optimization services. Develop and assume full P&L responsibility for multi-million-dollar technology budgets and project plans; determine sales and profit targets; recruit, hire, manage, and monitor highly-skilled individuals and teams, including technologists and project and account management personnel.

• Led and directed life-cycle implementations, strategy, branding, and technology engagements for business-to-consumer clients such as GAB Twartz and IBSA, and business-to-business clients such as Siba and StarTek.
• Directed GAB Twartz's 2001 Strategy discussion, identifying new and innovative initiatives necessary to build a competitive 2001 Strategy while achieving corporate goals.
• Formulated strategies to increase Siba's offerings to Net Generation companies; developed a new section of the website, targeting Net Generation solutions to Siba's desired audience segments and differentiating Siba from its competitors, while remaining true to the Siba brand.
• Developed and implemented bold and aggressive information systems plans and policies to ensure delivery of office and regional objectives supporting the corporate strategy.
• Oversaw Technology and Brand Building groups, enabling the development of innovative and creative solutions to critique concepts, mentor staff, and shape direction, planning, development, and growth.
• Pioneered the development and implementation of a Technology Council, identifying and addressing the impact of breakthrough ideas on current and potential customers.
• Accelerated growth through customer acquisition, retention, and channel expansion, solving difficult operational challenges to drive technology development and implementation for clients, partners, and corporation.
• Led cross-functional teams in designing, building, delivering, and deploying leading-edge technology.

1991 - 1998

Program Manager UNIX Partners in Development & TECHO Server Group - Senior Staff - TECHO Server Group, 1996 - 1998
Advisory Staff - TECHNO RS/6000 Marketing, 1993 - 1996
Consultant - TECHO Solution Developer Organization, 1991 - 1993

• Redesigned and streamlined information technology competencies through internal development and external sales initiatives, capturing new technologies and supporting rapid changes.
• Spearheaded development of an improved coverage mode to deliver RS/6000 information to solution developers; RS/6000 Division and Server Group achieved outstanding partner participation in 'Solutions 99.'
• Executed and delivered technologies enhancing RS/6000 competitive positioning; drove largest ever RS/6000 Early Programs.
• Strengthened TECHO's standing with its top 15 independent solution vendors by obtaining Tier 1 status with i2 Technologies.
• Designed and implemented training programs and post-migration business strategies; ensured ISV applications supported current versions of TECHO operating systems and applications achieved optimum performance/market exposure on TECHO platforms.
• Published first white paper in E-Business Technical Series entitled 'RS/6000 Quick Start Guide for the TECHO HTTP Server Powered by Apache'; follow-on works included 'Developing Java Servlets for the RS/6000', 'Integrating a JVM Into Your RS/6000 Application', and 'To Bean or Not to Bean.'
• Instrumental in developing ISV (Independent Software Vendor) technology strategies for each industry and/or segment, developing and managing Technology Plans for strategic ISVs.


The George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
Master of Business Administration in International Management

University of Dallas, Dallas, Texas
Master of Science in Project Management

University of Dallas, Dallas, Texas
Master of Arts in Rhetorical Theory

University of Dallas, Dallas, Texas
Bachelor of Arts in English/History


Simply AIX, 2nd Edition, ISBN 0-13-021344-6, Prentice Hall, PTR 1999
Focuses on enhancements to the AIX operating system in release 4.3, including the 64-bit, security, Y2K, and Internet features.

Building a Better Data Warehouse, ISBN 0-13-890757-9, Prentice Hall, PTR 1997
Identifies and illustrates a proven methodology for building and deploying data warehouses. Hardware platforms, operating systems, database tools, and applications are recommended.

Simply AIX, ISBN 0-13-568882-5, Prentice Hall, PTR 1996
An AIX guide that helps first-time users get started and provides valuable tips for the more advanced user.

PowerPC: Concepts, Architecture and Design, ISBN 0-07-01192-8, McGraw Hill 1995
Discusses and illustrates the PowerPC chip architecture and conventions, as well as the supported operating systems, end-user environments, and UNIX utilities.

PRWRA Jenny Rushton - Keraijen -

Wildlife Attendant

Jamie Hill
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234

Career Focus – Wildlife Attendant

Compassionate and dedicated high school student with a long time interest in animal care and study. Genuine love and concern for the well-being of all animals. Committed to continued learning and improvement of skills within the animal and wildlife fields. Confident and able to learn new skills quickly.


· Long standing interest and desire to succeed in wildlife and animal studies.
· Demonstrated track record for achieving goals in a team environment.
· Proven experience within animal care environments, successfully gaining valuable knowledge and insight into the proper care and welfare of animals.
· Proficient leadership, planning and business writing skills gained as Treasurer/Secretary for Adventurers Scout Association. Includes managing reports, paperwork and organizing unit activities.
· Outstanding record of performance, reliability, confidentiality, and ethical business standards.
· Self-motivated, energetic resourceful individual with a strong ability to find most efficient ways to organize and perform work.
· Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; readily establish rapport with individuals of various ages and cultures.


Cherry Hill State High School – Cherry Hill, New Jersey
2000 to Present
Level 1 Nutritional Advisor Program (Animal Nutrition)
Course Includes:
Small Animal Nutrition in Health
The Food
Small Animal Nutrition for Clinical Situations

Professional & Work Experience

IGA – Cherry Hill, NJ
2003 to Present
Cashier/Customer Service (Casual)
Highly regarded team member for leading supermarket chain performing a variety of functions, including point of sale operation; customer service; cash handling; and EFTPOS transactions.
Main Accomplishments:
· Provided exceptional customer service, maintaining a positive attitude when interacting with all customers, co-workers, and professional staff.
· Processed and received customer payments for goods by cash, check, and credit/debit cards, providing change or cash out as required.
· Calculated and kept records of amounts received and paid, regularly checking the cash balance against this record.
· Maintained a high level of customer service and client relations by assisting customers in finding products within the store.

Cherry Hill Veterinary Clinic – Cherry Hill, NJ
Veterinary Assistant/Animal Attendant (work experience)
Team member of local veterinary clinic responsible for assisting veterinary staff in surgery preparation; cleaning of kennels and surgery; feeding of animals, hydrobaths, dog walking, and general clerical duties.
Main Accomplishments:
· Assisted veterinary staff and surgeons on an “as needs basis” during consultations, surgical procedures, and treatments.
· Provided therapeutic massage to stimulate blood circulation, relieve tired muscles and stimulate the skin by bathing and grooming animals with the hydrobath.
· Assisted veterinary staff in monitoring surgical and anaesthetic recovery of animals.
· Ensured the care and well-being of kennelled dogs by taking them on walks to stimulate muscle and blood circulation, while at the same time providing an effective and enjoyable environment.
· Cleaned and prepared comfortable sleeping quarters for animals.

Island Destiny Cruises – New Jersey, NJ
Waitress (Casual)
Valued team member for showboat cruise restaurant performing a variety of functions, including customer service; taking of orders; serving of food and drinks; answering of questions; and cashiering.
Main Accomplishments:
· Maintained a calm and reassuring demeanor under high-pressure situations.
· Provided a high level of customer service and client relations based on outstanding communication and interpersonal skills
· Calculated bill orders and took payments by cash and credit/debit cards, providing change where necessary.

City & Country Vets – New Jersey, NJ
Veterinary Assistant (work experience)
Team member of local veterinary clinic responsible for assisting veterinary staff in surgery preparation; cleaning of kennels and surgery; feeding of animals, hydrobaths, dog walking, and general clerical duties
Main Accomplishments:
· Assisted veterinary staff and surgeons in the preparation of physical exams and surgical procedures.
· Performed a variety of duties to assist in the proper care of animals, including preparing food (including special diets), ear cleaning, cleaning of enclosures, dog walking and hydrobaths.
· Treated minor injuries and reported serious health problems to veterinarians.

Community Activities

Treasurer/Secretary – Adventurers Scout Association

School Activities

Big Band
Senior Concert Band
Involvement in all school productions

Jennifer Rushton - -