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  1. Danielle W. Silva Current Address: Permanent Address: 115 Slusher Hall, Virginia Tech 1234 Forest Lane Blacksburg, VA 24061 Frederick, MD 20872 (540) 232-3456 (301) 555-6677 dwsilva@vt.edu OBJECTIVE Cooperative Education position related to manufacturing EDUCATION B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Expected graduation as a co-op: May 2004 Minor: Statistics Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, VA GPA: 2.8/4.0 Earning and financing 50% of college education and expenses Employers skim resumes fast: COMPUTER Software: Languages: skills listed in SKILLS AutoCAD MiniTab Fortran PowerC columns are TK solver Mathematica Visual Basic C++ easier to read than strings of EXPERIENCE Waiter, Boudreaux's, Blacksburg, VA Fall 2002 – present words with • Work 20 hours per week to help fund college education. commas. Self-employed, Lawn care business, Frederick, MD Summer 2002 • Solicited business through cold calls and visits. • Increased customer base through referrals for quality work. • Performed all necessary equipment maintenance and repairs. • Covered all expenses and yielded net profit of $4000. Server, Family Restaurant, Frederick, MD, 1999 – 2001, High school & summers • Trained on and used excellent customer service practices in fast-paced, work environment. • Participated in corporate program to increase sales; achieved all sales goals. • Worked 40 or more hours per week in summers; worked 15 hours per week during school year. ACTIVITIES Student Engineers Council (SEC), Membership Committee Chair, 2001-02 Symphonic Band, Virginia Tech, 2000-present Big Brother, Big Sister Program, 1999-2000 High School Varsity Volleyball Team, 1998-2000 High School Symphonic Band, 1997-99 HONORS Maryland Distinguished Scholar, Honorable Mention, 2000 Scholar Athlete Award, 1999-2000 Merit Award, Honorable Mention, 1999 Media Festival, Photography Division AVAILABILITY January 2003 preferred; also available August 2002 Features of this resume:   Includes high school act ivit ies, because t his st udent  is a sophomore; by junior year, generally  remove high school act ivities unless t hey are rare or show a long t rack record of int erest  or  involvement  in your chosen field .   Availabilit y is included , because t his is for a co­op position – employers won't  aut omat ically know  when you can or could st art  work – so t ell t hem .   When you don't  have career ­relat ed ex perience – yet  – your ot her jobs show employers t hings like  your work  et hic and cust om er service ex perience – qualities import ant  in all work set t ings. 
  2. NATALIE R. CONSTANTINE College Address: Permanent Address: 451-L E. Roanoke Street 1302 Marquis Court Blacksburg, VA 24060 Fallston, MD 21047 (540) 953-5553 (410) 877-8142 nconst@vt.edu natc@aol.com OBJECTIVE Position in for-profit sector assisting organization in natural resource conservation and compliance with environmental laws and regulations. EDUCATION B. S. Natural Resources, Environmental Resource Management, December 2002 Minor: Environmental Science Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, Virginia Major GPA: 3.2/4.0 Overall GPA 2.8/4.0 International Studies on Sustainability in Europe, Summer 2001 EXPERIENCE Legal Assistant, Mark R. Stanley, Attorney at Law, Christiansburg, Virginia April 2001 – present, part-time during academic year  Assisted the attorney in various matters concerning real estate, social services, criminal, family and common law cases  Gained practical experience and knowledge in legal issues and terminology Co-op, Mead Paper, Chillicothe, Ohio May – August 2000, January – May 2001, August – December 2001  Worked on a large-scale Ecosystem Research Project in cooperation with the U.S.F.S.  Learned various industrial aspects of using natural resources  Used GIS and GPS systems to inspect pine tree plantations and map company lands Technical Assistant, Johnson Controls, Inc., Sparks, Maryland May – August 1999  Assisted mechanical engineers with HVAC system design  Transferred and edited design drawings on computer programs Office Assistant, Tritronics, Inc., Abingdon, Maryland March 1997 – January 2000, part-time during school  Gained experience in general office duties, including typing, filing, faxing, answering phones and computer use  Packed and shipped inventory electronic parts nationwide using computerized shipping equipment for carriers such as FedEx, UPS, RPS and US Mail Volunteer, 1996 Olympic Games, Centennial Gateway Pavilion, Atlanta, Georgia Summer 1996 Feature of this resume:  Served an international clientele adjacent to Olympic Park  Details on student activity with leadership SKILLS GIS, GPS, AutoCAD, MS Word, MS Excel roles. HONORS & Virginia Tech Environmental Resources Club (1998 – present) ACTIVITIES  Founder and president of student club promoting interest in the environment  Planned social activities around environmental issues to enhance student interest  Organized and chaired a large environmental debate Xi Sigma Pi, National Forestry Honor Society (1999 – present) Alpha Delta Pi Sorority (since 1999)
  3. J. MICHAEL SORVINO Local Address Permanent Address 901 Ardvark Dr., Apt. 8 98765 Late Settlers Rd. Blacksburg, VA 24060 Richmond, VA 23235 (540) 951-3456 (804) 320-0000 jmsorv@vt.edu OBJECTIVE Chemical Engineer; interest in research and product/process development and/or manufacturing EDUCATION B.S., Chemical Engineering, Cum Laude, December 2001 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, VA Overall GPA: 3.45/4.0 RELEVANT Co-op, E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Richmond, VA EXPERIENCE January - December 1999 and May - August 2000 • Worked on two major new product developments for the Tyvek® business • Planned and executed several scouting trials to establish final product definitions • Collaborated with outside vendors to establish product supply chains • Developed the manufacturing process for each new product • Helped to plan and oversee product performance testing • Participated in the writing of two product patents • Prepared and presented numerous technical reviews using PowerPoint • Received Excellence in Action Award for Tyvek® FlexWrap™ development SKILLS Research/Technical/Communication Skills • Networking with both manufacturing and research personnel • Working in conjunction with outside companies to develop a product • Visually presenting and verbally communicating research findings • Collecting, organizing, and analyzing data Computer Skills • ASPEN Plus • Control Station Features of this • MATLAB • Mathematica resume: • AutoCAD • Microsoft Windows Operating System • Relevant" and • FORTRAN • Microsoft Office 9x/2000 Professional "other" experience separated (no detail OTHER Laboratory Assistant, Computer-Based Instruction Laboratory of the needed on last EXPERIENCE Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA, Summers 1997 & 1998 position listed; use • Aided medical students with their general computing needs page space to tell • Helped to manage the front information desk about more related • Prepared classroom instructional materials experience). • Skills don't have to Landscape Technician, Landmark Landscape Management be limited to Ashland, VA, May - June 1997 computer skills. • Margins: .6 top and HONORS & Tau Beta Pi National Engineering Honor Society bottom; .7 sides ACTIVITIES Dean’s List With Distinction: Fall 1996, Fall 1998, Fall 2000 • Font is Times New Dean’s List: Spring 1998, Spring 2000, Spring 2001, Fall 2001 Roman 10 (smaller Marshall T. Hahn Engineering Merit Scholarship, 1996 than Arial 10). Eagle Scout Award, Boy Scouts of America, 1996 Second Place, Virginia Junior Academy of Science, 1994 & 1995 Boy Scouts of America, Summer 1989 - Summer 1996 Be aware:  Some employers scan resumes – using optical character recognition (OCR) – to be retrieved later from  a database.  Scanners can misread underlined and italicized text, so don't underline or italicize critcal information! 
  4. NATALIE R. CONSTANTINE College Address: Permanent Address: 451-L E. Roanoke Street 1302 Marquis Court Blacksburg, VA 24060 Fallston, MD 21047 (540) 953-5553 (410) 877-8142 nconst@vt.edu natc@aol.com OBJECTIVE Position in for-profit sector assisting organization in natural resource conservation and compliance with environmental laws and regulations. EDUCATION B. S. Natural Resources, Environmental Resource Management, December 2002 Minor: Environmental Science Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, Virginia Major GPA: 3.2/4.0 Overall GPA 2.8/4.0 International Studies on Sustainability in Europe, Summer 2001 EXPERIENCE Legal Assistant, Mark R. Stanley, Attorney at Law, Christiansburg, Virginia April 2001 – present, part-time during academic year  Assisted the attorney in various matters concerning real estate, social services, criminal, family and common law cases  Gained practical experience and knowledge in legal issues and terminology Co-op, Mead Paper, Chillicothe, Ohio May – August 2000, January – May 2001, August – December 2001  Worked on a large-scale Ecosystem Research Project in cooperation with the U.S.F.S.  Learned various industrial aspects of using natural resources  Used GIS and GPS systems to inspect pine tree plantations and map company lands Technical Assistant, Johnson Controls, Inc., Sparks, Maryland May – August 1999  Assisted mechanical engineers with HVAC system design  Transferred and edited design drawings on computer programs Office Assistant, Tritronics, Inc., Abingdon, Maryland March 1997 – January 2000, part-time during school  Gained experience in general office duties, including typing, filing, faxing, answering phones and computer use  Packed and shipped inventory electronic parts nationwide using computerized shipping equipment for carriers such as FedEx, UPS, RPS and US Mail Volunteer, 1996 Olympic Games, Centennial Gateway Pavilion, Atlanta, Georgia Summer 1996 Feature of this resume:  Served an international clientele adjacent to Olympic Park  Details on student activity with leadership SKILLS GIS, GPS, AutoCAD, MS Word, MS Excel roles. HONORS & Virginia Tech Environmental Resources Club (1998 – present) ACTIVITIES  Founder and president of student club promoting interest in the environment  Planned social activities around environmental issues to enhance student interest  Organized and chaired a large environmental debate Xi Sigma Pi, National Forestry Honor Society (1999 – present) Alpha Delta Pi Sorority (since 1999)
  5. J. MICHAEL SORVINO Local Address Permanent Address 901 Ardvark Dr., Apt. 8 98765 Late Settlers Rd. Blacksburg, VA 24060 Richmond, VA 23235 (540) 951-3456 (804) 320-0000 jmsorv@vt.edu OBJECTIVE Chemical Engineer; interest in research and product/process development and/or manufacturing EDUCATION B.S., Chemical Engineering, Cum Laude, December 2001 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, VA Overall GPA: 3.45/4.0 RELEVANT Co-op, E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Richmond, VA EXPERIENCE January - December 1999 and May - August 2000 • Worked on two major new product developments for the Tyvek® business • Planned and executed several scouting trials to establish final product definitions • Collaborated with outside vendors to establish product supply chains • Developed the manufacturing process for each new product • Helped to plan and oversee product performance testing • Participated in the writing of two product patents • Prepared and presented numerous technical reviews using PowerPoint • Received Excellence in Action Award for Tyvek® FlexWrap™ development SKILLS Research/Technical/Communication Skills • Networking with both manufacturing and research personnel • Working in conjunction with outside companies to develop a product • Visually presenting and verbally communicating research findings • Collecting, organizing, and analyzing data Computer Skills • ASPEN Plus • Control Station Features of this • MATLAB • Mathematica resume: • AutoCAD • Microsoft Windows Operating System • Relevant" and • FORTRAN • Microsoft Office 9x/2000 Professional "other" experience separated (no detail OTHER Laboratory Assistant, Computer-Based Instruction Laboratory of the needed on last EXPERIENCE Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA, Summers 1997 & 1998 position listed; use • Aided medical students with their general computing needs page space to tell • Helped to manage the front information desk about more related • Prepared classroom instructional materials experience). • Skills don't have to Landscape Technician, Landmark Landscape Management be limited to Ashland, VA, May - June 1997 computer skills. • Margins: .6 top and HONORS & Tau Beta Pi National Engineering Honor Society bottom; .7 sides ACTIVITIES Dean’s List With Distinction: Fall 1996, Fall 1998, Fall 2000 • Font is Times New Dean’s List: Spring 1998, Spring 2000, Spring 2001, Fall 2001 Roman 10 (smaller Marshall T. Hahn Engineering Merit Scholarship, 1996 than Arial 10). Eagle Scout Award, Boy Scouts of America, 1996 Second Place, Virginia Junior Academy of Science, 1994 & 1995 Boy Scouts of America, Summer 1989 - Summer 1996 Be aware:  Some employers scan resumes – using optical character recognition (OCR) – to be retrieved later from  a database.  Scanners can misread underlined and italicized text, so don't underline or italicize critcal information! 
  6. Pa t E. Wa lsh  Current a ddress:  Perma nent a ddres:  279 Prog re ss Stree t  428 Log in Circ le   Bla c ksb urg , VA 24060  Anna p olis, MD 20000  (540) 961­9876  (301) 444­5555  p w a lsh@vt.e d u      Objective  Position utilizing  w riting  a nd  c om p uter skills; sp ec ia l interests in tec hnic a l  w riting  a nd  d evelop ing  tra ining  ma teria ls for c omp uter use     Educa tion  B.A., English with Spanish Minor, Ma y 2003  15 hours in Computer Science   Virg inia  Polytec hnic  Institute & Sta te University (Virg inia  Tec h), Bla c ksb urg , VA  Ma jor GPA:  3.6/ 4.0      Overa ll GPA:  2.8/ 4.0     Related  Computer Science:  English /  Communication:  Courses  Comp uters for Business  Business Writing   Op era ting  System  T ools  Tec hnic a l Writing   Introd uc tion to Prog ra mm ing  in C   Journa listic  Writing   Ob jec t­Oriented  Softwa re Design  Rep orting   Hum a n C omp uter Intera c tion  Litera ry Critic ism     Computer Skills  La ngua g es:  C++, JAVA, HTML  Softwa re:    MS Word , Exc el, Pow erPoint, Pub lisher, Drea mw ea ver    La nguage Skills  Fluent in Sp a nish  Tra veled  in Europ e; used  c onversa tiona l Frenc h    Technica l  Student Computer Assista nt, Virg inia  T h, Bla c ksb urg , VA  ec Experience  Sep tem b er 2001 – p resent  (10 hours/ week)  • Assist stud ents w ith c omp uter p rob lems; b y p hone a nd  in resid enc e ha lls  • Troub le shoot ha rd wa re a nd  softw a re p rob lems  • Ma ke rec omm end a tions for ha rd wa re up gra d es  • Minor insta lla tion a nd  rep a ir    Writing  Writer /  Editor, Collegiate Times, Virg inia  Tec h Stud ent Newsp a p er, 2000­2003  Experience  • Ed itor of Events Pa g e, 2002 – p resent  • Wrote a rtic les on c a mp us top ic s w e ekly  • Wrote b ook reviews  • Sc hed uled  interviews w ith visiting  p ersona lities, c a mp us lea d ers a nd   m emb ers of the university a d ministra tion; a rra ng ed  p hoto shoots    Activities &  New River Va lley Cyc ling  Club , 2000­p resent  Awards  Ha b ita t for Hum a nity Volunteer, 2001­2002  Sp ec ia l Olymp ic s Volunteer, 2001, 2002  Dea n’ s List, la st 4 c omp leted  sem esters: Fa ll 2000 ­ Sp ring  2002  Features of this resume:  Coursework outside the major shows how this student is qualified for the career objective.  Experience can be a student activity – related to and supports the objective in this example.  6 keys items bolded (in addition to headings) – select those that best support objective.  Font = Century Gothic 11 Margins = .7
  7. Features of this resume:  Table used to format; SET BORDERS TO BE INVISIBLE ON ACTUAL RESUME!  Skills format: skills from work, fraternity, course projects, semester at sea – summarized to support objective.  Margins = .7 Font = Arial 10 (Okay to fit in essential information, but don't go smaller.) Jacob A. Kelly 600 Jackson St., Apt. C • Blacksburg, VA 24060 • (540) 555-2121 • Email: jakelly@vt.edu 4156 Hawthorne Circle, Reston, VA 12345 (703) 654-3210 OBJECTIVE Sales management trainee position; goal to lead and train a sales staff EDUCATION B.A., Communication Studies, Public Relations Option, Marketing Minor, December 2002 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, VA Semester at Sea, Spring 2001 GPA: In-major: 3.3./4.0 Overall: 2.6/4.0 Earned 50% of educational expenses SKILLS Marketing / Sales / Promotion  Grossed $15,000 in three months with summer painting business  Raised $600.00 in advertising space for fraternity folder project  Raised $400.00 for fraternity sponsored car show  Cold canvassed community for potential clients  Created informational brochure for apartment leasing company  Developed advertising campaign for class project Management / Training / Organizational Ability  Managed daily activities of own painting business including renting/purchasing equipment and supplies, hiring assistants, budgeting, payroll  Arranged client contracts for painting business  Assisted in organizing talent show and benefit auction for Semester at Sea  Coordinated sales presentation strategy for fraternity car show and trained others in sales techniques  Trained new restaurant employees  Aided in refurbishing and renovating a restaurant  Performed restaurant duties ranging from busboy to night manager Communications / Language / Creative Projects  Created multimedia presentation using slides, music, and narration to brief incoming Virginia Tech students during orientation  Developed sales presentations and assisted with advertising campaigns including radio spots, newspaper ads, billboards, posters, brochures  Designed and distributed flyers for painting business  Traveled around the world with Semester at Sea and used conversational Spanish skills WORK Self-Employed, (Partnership) Sunrise Painters, Reston, VA, Summer 2001 EXPERIENCE Waiter, Leonard's of Washington, Washington, DC, Summers 1999, 2000, 2001 ACTIVITIES Pi Sigma Epsilon - National professional fraternity in marketing, sales management and selling Theater Arts, Virginia Tech Several roles in: "The Bride," "The Monster and Steven," "If Men Played Cards as Women."
  8. ALEXANDER M. MATTHEWS Local Address Permanent Address 123 Turner St. N.E. #5 4097 Back Creek Rd. Blacksburg, VA 24060 Bishopville, MD 21813 (540) 961-2469 (410) 512-3167 Email: alexmatthews@vt.edu OBJECTIVE To obtain a position in the design field, with emphasis on continuing development of technical and computer skills. EDUCATION Bachelor of Architecture, May 2003 Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, Virginia GPA: 3.1/4.0 Dean's List last 3 semesters Washington/Alexandria Architecture Consortium, Alexandria, Virginia, Spring 2002 • Extensive studies of architecture within the urban environment • Construction site visits to embassies and Washington historic restoration projects European Study Abroad Program, Fall 2001 • Traveled through 10 European countries exploring a wide variety of cultures • Studied architecture through photography, painting, and sketching COMPUTER HTML, AutoCAD R14, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Pagemaker, Adobe Illustrator, Microsoft SKILLS Word, PowerPoint DESIGN Sketching, modeling, photography and darkroom procedures, photographic manipulation, SKILLS wood and metal shop experience, graphic printmaking, pottery EXPERIENCE PGAL Architects, Alexandria, VA, Summer 2002 • Worked on design development for Ramp Control Tower, Philadelphia Int’l. Airport • Drafted site plans, floor plans, sections, and elevations • Created site and building models for presentations Brown Residence Renovation, Chantilly, VA, Summer 2001 • Worked with owner to create new design for house renovation project • Created a model of the new design for owner Davis, Bowen, and Friedel, Inc., Salisbury, MD, Summer 2000, January 2001 • Produced drawings and colored renderings for a wide variety of projects • Responsible for altering red-lined construction drawings, as well as creating new construction drawings from on site measurements. • Created a proposal which won a major new commission for the firm Paul Kratzer and Co., Salisbury, MD, Summer 1999 Features of this • Assisted in the creation of advertising campaigns resume: • Produced layouts and graphics for printed advertisements  Design skills related to career field. ACTIVITIES & American Institute of Architecture Students  Table for formatting – AWARDS Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Coalition for AIDS Awareness at Virginia Tech set borders invisible Gamma Beta Phi National Honor Society on actual resume. Golden Key National Honor Society  Font = Arial 10 Winner of Virginia Tech Tyssowski Scholarship  Margins: top =.7 Winner of 2000/01 American Institute of Architects Scholarship bottom = .5 Dean’s List last three semesters left & right =.8
  9. NATALIE R. CONSTANTINE College Address: Permanent Address: 451-L E. Roanoke Street 1302 Marquis Court Blacksburg, VA 24060 Fallston, MD 21047 (540) 953-5553 (410) 877-8142 nconst@vt.edu natc@aol.com OBJECTIVE Position in for-profit sector assisting organization in natural resource conservation and compliance with environmental laws and regulations. EDUCATION B. S. Natural Resources, Environmental Resource Management, December 2002 Minor: Environmental Science Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, Virginia Major GPA: 3.2/4.0 Overall GPA 2.8/4.0 International Studies on Sustainability in Europe, Summer 2001 EXPERIENCE Legal Assistant, Mark R. Stanley, Attorney at Law, Christiansburg, Virginia April 2001 – present, part-time during academic year  Assisted the attorney in various matters concerning real estate, social services, criminal, family and common law cases  Gained practical experience and knowledge in legal issues and terminology Co-op, Mead Paper, Chillicothe, Ohio May – August 2000, January – May 2001, August – December 2001  Worked on a large-scale Ecosystem Research Project in cooperation with the U.S.F.S.  Learned various industrial aspects of using natural resources  Used GIS and GPS systems to inspect pine tree plantations and map company lands Technical Assistant, Johnson Controls, Inc., Sparks, Maryland May – August 1999  Assisted mechanical engineers with HVAC system design  Transferred and edited design drawings on computer programs Office Assistant, Tritronics, Inc., Abingdon, Maryland March 1997 – January 2000, part-time during school  Gained experience in general office duties, including typing, filing, faxing, answering phones and computer use  Packed and shipped inventory electronic parts nationwide using computerized shipping equipment for carriers such as FedEx, UPS, RPS and US Mail Volunteer, 1996 Olympic Games, Centennial Gateway Pavilion, Atlanta, Georgia Summer 1996 Feature of this resume:  Served an international clientele adjacent to Olympic Park  Details on student activity with leadership SKILLS GIS, GPS, AutoCAD, MS Word, MS Excel roles. HONORS & Virginia Tech Environmental Resources Club (1998 – present) ACTIVITIES  Founder and president of student club promoting interest in the environment  Planned social activities around environmental issues to enhance student interest  Organized and chaired a large environmental debate Xi Sigma Pi, National Forestry Honor Society (1999 – present) Alpha Delta Pi Sorority (since 1999)
  10. SCANNABLE VERSION OF RESUME MORGAN ELIZABETH NEILSON Current address: 5634 University City Blvd., Apt. 56B Blacksburg, VA 24060 (540) 961-6666 meneilson@vt.edu Address after August 15, 2003: 2107 Calvin Street Manassas, VA 22221 (703) 555-8304 morgan.neilson@juno.com OBJECTIVE Industrial engineer; interests in manufacturing, cost analysis, and occupational safety EDUCATION B.S., Industrial and Systems Engineering, August 2003 Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Blacksburg, Virginia GPA: In-major: 3.1/4.0 Overall: 2.68/4.0 Earned and financed 70% of college and living expenses SKILLS Knowledge gained through ISE project work includes: Cost Analysis Materials Handling Human Factors Plant Layout Inventory Control Statistics Computer Skills: IBM PC / Mainframe Macintosh / Apple AutoCAD/ CADKEY FORTRAN Visual BASIC MS Excel MS Word BlocPlan SAS FactoryFLOW FactoryCAD COURSE PROJECT Project Manager for Senior Design Team, Omega Window Co., Inc., Salem, VA Fall 2002 – Spring 2003 Analysis and evaluation of current layout of the window fabrication facility Collection and interpretation of materials handling and flow data Developing alternative facility layouts to reduce materials handling EXPERIENCE Summer Engineering Intern, Perkins Company, Inc., Cleveland, OH, Summer 2002 Application of CAD skills to both office layout and curtain wall analysis
  11. Thomas Vandeveer  1105 New Lott Drive  Blacksburg, VA  24060  540­555­4321  vandeveer@mail.com OBJECTIVE Challenging business financial analyst position specializing in economics Features of this resum  Summary of SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS qualifications – can b • Two years' experience in economic & financial management analysis used when you have • Web-based coordination of business & e-commerce strategy professional • Statistical, spatial, and econometric modeling and analysis experience. • Database management  Job title and employe emphasized with bold EDUCATION font. M.S. Applied Economics, May 2000 GPA: 3.8/4.0 Thesis: “Framework for Economic Impact Assessment of IPM-CRSP: a GIS application” B.A. Economics, Minor: Chemistry, July 1997 GPA: 3.0/4.0 Specialization: Macroeconomics & Finance Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, VA COMPUTER SKILLS Platforms: Windows 3.1/95/98/NT/2000 Software: GIS (ArcView, ArcIMS, ARC/INFO, BusinessMAP Pro, ATLAS GIS, ACT 1.25), Lotus 1-2- 3, MS Office Pro 97/2000, WordPerfect 2000, MINITAB, Mathematica, STATA, SAS, SAS JMP, DREAM, Adobe PageMaker, PhotoShop, and Acrobat. Programming: Pascal, Flash, JavaScript, HTML, DHTML, and XHTML RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Freelance Web Consultant, Blacksburg, VA, May 2000 – present AGECON.COM | AFRICOMP.COM | IFAF.NET | GUAYLA.COM • Generate business leads and design complete web solutions for clients. • Formulate e-strategic guidance and conceptual consulting. • Provide interface design; content research, development, and synthesis. • Perform the evaluation, planning, development, deployment and ongoing use of web-based mechanisms and information. • Build and maintain economic and spatial database. Research Assistant, Blacksburg, VA, January 1998 – July 2000 Office of Institutional Research and Development, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University • Designed a framework for assessing economic impact of USAID-funded Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program. • Performed economic (Benefit-Cost Analysis) and statistical analysis of IPM programs using database-based computer program called DREAM. • Traveled to both sites and collected primary and secondary data and information. • Examined the transferability of IPM technologies and their adoption beyond the primary sites using spatial modeling within a framework of geographic information system (GIS) technology. Researcher, Blacksburg, VA, December 1996 – August 1997 Agricultural & Applied Economics Department, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University • Examined the effects of communication and transport infrastructures on economic development; reviewed literature and collected relevant data and information. • Performed empirical examination using econometric methods on SAS JM. AWARDS AND ACTIVITIES Outstanding Leadership & Service Award, African Students Association, February 1998 Certificate of Achievement, U.S. Committee for UNICEF, fall 1996 President 1996-97, Secretary 1995-96, Virginia Tech African Students Association Captain and Manager 1996-present, San George Intramural Soccer Team
  12. Lydia Arnez 5606 Harding R Blacksburg, VA 24 (540) 555-7 arnez1@vt OBJECTIVE Secondary English Teacher or Language Arts/Social Studies Middle School Teacher; intere in advising school yearbook or newspaper staff EDUCATION M.A.Ed, Teaching and Learning, May 2003 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, Virginia Overall GPA 3.2 License: English Education 6-12 Endorsement: Middle School • Earned and financed 80% of college and living expenses B.A., English, May 2001 James Madison University (JMU), Harrisonburg, Virginia TEACHING Student Teacher, January – May 2003 EXPERIENCE James Madison Middle School, Roanoke City, Virginia • Responsible for teaching 8th grade Language Arts during which students were presente with poetry, drama and young adult novel units. • Co-taught and extensively observed 8th grade American Studies classes. • Modified assignments for students at different ability levels. • School is comprised of large percentage of minority student population. • Conducted teacher research on improving grammar and mechanical skills through the process model of writing. Teacher’s Aide, September – November 2002 Glenvar High School, Roanoke County, Virginia • Observed a variety of teaching styles at the middle and high school levels. • Organized and executed lesson plans for a 9th grade English novel unit. • Aided in advising the yearbook staff on interviewing, design and editing. • Fulfilled such tasks as grading, research, and reading inventories. Field Experience, January – April 2002 Fallon Park Elementary School, Roanoke City, Virginia • Explored issues of literacy development with academically-challenged 4th graders • Developed creative reading and writing strategies to increase students’ academic confidence and interest. • Aided in administering standardized testing. OTHER Volunteer, June 2001 – present RELEVANT Big Brothers/Big Sisters of New Roanoke Valley, Roanoke, Virginia EXPERIENCE th • Develop weekly educational, social, and cultural activities for 4 grade Little Sister. • Act as a role model and mentor. Assistant Editor, September 2000 – April 2001 The Bluestone Yearbook, JMU, Harrisonburg, Virginia • Selected and supervised staff. • Developed yearbook layout. Wrote and edited text. • Worked closely with photographers and sales representatives. Writing Intern, May 1999 – May 2000 V Magazine, Roanoke, Virginia • Wrote articles focusing on regional artists, musicians, businesses and events. • Assisted during monthly production with editing, layout, and design.
  13. Features of this resume:  Table used to format; SET BORDERS TO BE INVISIBLE ON ACTUAL RESUME!  Skills format: skills from work, fraternity, course projects, semester at sea – summarized to support objective.  Margins = .7 Font = Arial 10 (Okay to fit in essential information, but don't go smaller.) Jacob A. Kelly 600 Jackson St., Apt. C • Blacksburg, VA 24060 • (540) 555-2121 • Email: jakelly@vt.edu 4156 Hawthorne Circle, Reston, VA 12345 (703) 654-3210 OBJECTIVE Sales management trainee position; goal to lead and train a sales staff EDUCATION B.A., Communication Studies, Public Relations Option, Marketing Minor, December 2002 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, VA Semester at Sea, Spring 2001 GPA: In-major: 3.3./4.0 Overall: 2.6/4.0 Earned 50% of educational expenses SKILLS Marketing / Sales / Promotion  Grossed $15,000 in three months with summer painting business  Raised $600.00 in advertising space for fraternity folder project  Raised $400.00 for fraternity sponsored car show  Cold canvassed community for potential clients  Created informational brochure for apartment leasing company  Developed advertising campaign for class project Management / Training / Organizational Ability  Managed daily activities of own painting business including renting/purchasing equipment and supplies, hiring assistants, budgeting, payroll  Arranged client contracts for painting business  Assisted in organizing talent show and benefit auction for Semester at Sea  Coordinated sales presentation strategy for fraternity car show and trained others in sales techniques  Trained new restaurant employees  Aided in refurbishing and renovating a restaurant  Performed restaurant duties ranging from busboy to night manager Communications / Language / Creative Projects  Created multimedia presentation using slides, music, and narration to brief incoming Virginia Tech students during orientation  Developed sales presentations and assisted with advertising campaigns including radio spots, newspaper ads, billboards, posters, brochures  Designed and distributed flyers for painting business  Traveled around the world with Semester at Sea and used conversational Spanish skills WORK Self-Employed, (Partnership) Sunrise Painters, Reston, VA, Summer 2001 EXPERIENCE Waiter, Leonard's of Washington, Washington, DC, Summers 1999, 2000, 2001 ACTIVITIES Pi Sigma Epsilon - National professional fraternity in marketing, sales management and selling Theater Arts, Virginia Tech Several roles in: "The Bride," "The Monster and Steven," "If Men Played Cards as Women."
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