Benjamin E Crayner
Campus Address: Permanent Address:
726 Claremont Ln. 241 Dunlap Rd..
Lafayette, IN 47905 Oxford, MI 48371
Objective: To obtain a civil engineering internship to gain first-hand experience in the field of civil
Education: Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
School of Civil Engineering, 2005-2010
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, May 2012
Courses completed as of May 2007: Structural Materials, Structural Mechanics, Statics, Dynamics,
Calculus (6 semesters), Physics, Electricity and Optics, Geomatics, Introductory to Structural
Mechanics, Engineering Mechanics I, Engineering Tools, Computer Graphics, Communications
Computer Skills: AutoCAD, Matlab, UNIX, C++, COGO, Excel, PowerPoint, Word
Indiana High School Academic Honors Diploma; Noblesville High School, Noblesville,
Work City of Noblesville Engineering Department, Noblesville, IN Summer 2007
Experience: Engineering Intern
Designed drawings for Contract I and Contract II, road resurfacing projects
Learned to draw legal plats from a legal description
Ransburg Scout Reservation, Bloomington, IN Summer 2002 – 2004
Head Sailing Counselor
Responsible for oversight of Sailing students, and designed a five day program to teach
the sailing merit badge
Activities: Gained leadership, teamwork, and interpersonal skills through participation in programs.
Boy Scouts of America 1998 – present
Troop 101, Venture Crew 101
Assistant Scout Master: Contributed to overall dynamics and smooth operation of
troop. Individually assisted scouts in obtaining advancement in the Boy Scout ranks.
Order of the Arrow: Ordeal and Brotherhood ranks
Firecrafter: Camper, Woodsman, and Firecrafter ranks
Noblesville Wrestling Team: Member for 4 years, varsity member for 2 years.
Band: Concert, Marching & Jazz Bands. Participated in State Fair Marching Band for 5 years.
Awards/ American Society of Civil Engineers:
Affiliations: 2006 Steel Bridge Team: Steel bridge is designed and built for competition.
Physics Merit Award (2005)
Golden Medallion Winner (2003): Yearly competition sponsored by local Firestone Tire facility
to show mastery of all levels of scout skills in areas such as wildlife, camping, and first aid.
Eagle Scout with Silver and Bronze Palms (2004): Eagle Scout Service project included the
design and construction of a wooden deck (12 x 24) for a pastor and musical groups to use to
deliver open-air sermons at a church owned nature retreat. Organized building materials and
teams of volunteers to build deck.