Maria Sanchez 50 North 2nd St. Indiana, PA 15701 724-555-5555 email@example.com OBJECTIVE Achieving career goal of obtaining position within the corporate structure of safety sciences. EDUCATION Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA Expected graduation in May 2010 Overall QPA: 3.25 Major: Safety Science Major QPA: 3.33 WORK EXPERIENCE Sales Associate – Summer 2009-Present Walton Golf Range, Pontiac, Michigan Assisted in sales, maintenance and ordering. Responsible for scheduling and accounting for daily sales. Maintenance Consultant – Summer 2008 Quality Rolls, Pittsburgh, PA Assisted in the maintenance and up keep in machine shop and assisted in the installation of safety programs. Lot Attendant- June 2004-June 2007 Bill McCracken Oldsmobile, Pittsburgh, PA Responsible for the up keep and maintenance of automobiles. HONOR Indiana University of Pennsylvania- Dean’s List Fall 2006, Spring 2008. Activities & Interest Student Member of American Society of Safety Engineers Member of Greenback Foundation Avid Golfer and active in community References Available upon request Thomas Booker CAREER OBJECTIVE: My career objetive is to be a dedicated and effective Safety Professional, while assisting upper management to achieve it’s goals. EDUCATION: Indiana University of Pennsylvania Bachelor of Science degree (expected Dec. 09) G.P.A. 3.0/4.0 WORK EXPERIENCE Human Resources, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. 11/07 – present Working as a Student Assistant, my responsibilities included: fielding front office phone calls, data entry on mainframe, answering questions from employees, and assisting in training schedules. Recreation Department, City of Philadelphia. Summer 2006, 2007 Employed as a Night Guard, my primary responsibilities were to insure against trespassing, vandalism, and any malfunction in the filter system at a city owned pool in South Philadelphia. 1701 Restaurant and Bar, The Warwick Hotel. January 2004 – August 2005 Working as a Bartender, my duties included serving guests and patrons, ordering stock, closing and/or opening the bar ACTIVITIES: Member – American Society of Safety Engineers Member – Sigma Chi Fraternity Treasurer – 9/06 Risk Management Representative – 07/08 INTERESTS: Racquetball, bicycling, woodworking, and books. REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST WILLING TO RELOCATE DIERDRE O’CONNOR 101 Ponterfract Road, Erie, PA 16501 608/555-5555 (Home) 608/555-5557 (Work) CAREER Seek a position encompassing responsibility for the training function of a multinational OBJECTIVE organization. SUMMARY OF Twelve years diverse experience in training: selecting, supervising and evaluating QUALIFICATIONS instructors; developing new course materials; and preparing and delivering presentations. Background in photography provides capability to create visual training aids. Proficient in Russian and German. SKILLS Training and Development Conducted workshops designed to improve the teaching methods of other instructors. Personally involved in designing, developing and teaching various courses of instruction. Assessment Developed and utilized instruments to assess one’s level of knowledge-an essential skill of training programs is to fulfill real organizational needs. Administrative Coordinated a learning laboratory and a program designed to increase participation in available educational options. Responsibilities included: scheduling, recruiting and evaluating personnel; writing periodic reports and performing routine administrative functions. Public Relations Developed and successfully implemented a program designed to increase participation in available educational efforts. This involved visitations with key personnel and the writing, designing and distribution of promotional materials. Language Fluency Fluent in Russian and German. In addition, have experience wit the cultures of the Soviet Union, Germany and North Africa. EXPERIENCE Coordinator for Secondary School Programs in Slavic and East European Studies. Pennsylvania State University- State College, PA. 2000 to present. Teacher of German, Watterson High School, Erie, PA. 1997 to 2000. Instructor, Intelligence & Military Police Department. U.S. Army School Europe. Oberammergau, Germany. 1994 to 1997. Various other experience include teaching and radio announcing. Details available upon request. EDUCATION Ph.D. received June 2004. The University of Wisconsin-Madison M.ED received June 1998 and B.A. received June 1995. The University of California- Berkeley Honors: Outstanding Teaching Associate Award. 2001 Ford Cross-Cultural Fellowship. Graduated Magna Cum Laude. University of California, Berkeley. ACTIVITIES Intense interest in photography and travel. Also enjoy music (classical and Russian folk music) and camping. REFERENCES Available upon request. DAVE DRYDEN PRESENT PERMANENT 123 Kayes Avenue 357 East Elm Street Madison, Wisconsin 53703 Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455 (608) 555-9761 (612) 555-2850 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVE Wish to begin a career in the production phase of a manufacturing firm with eventual goal of moving into plant management. Seeking initial assignment in production scheduling first-line supervision or quality control. EDUCATION University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin Bachelor of Arts, May 2012 Major—History; Minor—Economics G.P.A. 3.2/4.0 Overall (3.1 Major) Relevant Courses Collective Bargaining Research Methods Labor Problems Public Speaking Statistics Public Relations Honors Dean’s List—three semesters; Awarded $100 Esther Burt Scholarship EXPERIENCE (Financed 60% of college education) Inland Steel Corporation, East Chicago, Indiana Summer 2011 Production Intern Assisted supervisor of rolling mill in scheduling, quality control and inventory. Prepared and maintained production reports and records. Chi Chi’s and Paisan’s. Madison, Wisconsin 2009 to present Head Waiter Worked for these restaurants approximately 30 hours per week while attending university full time. Began as waiter; promoted to head waiter in October 2010—train, schedule and supervise ten employees. Holiday Inn, Minneapolis, Minnesota Summer 2008 Desk Clerk Registered guests, collected monies and processed charge vouchers. Assisted auditor preparing daily accounting reports. Worked all three shifts on rotation. ACTIVITIES University of Wisconsin Track Team- letter winner; Beta Theta Pi social fraternity- Treasurer 2009-2010; member—History Club, Homecoming Committee, Hoofer Ski & Sailing Club; Volunteer for Madison Big Brothers. INTERESTS Sailing, swimming, tennis, racquetball, bridge and photography. Cynthia Kapke 150 South 12th St. Indiana, PA 15701 724-555-5555 C.J.Kapke@iup.edu CAREER OBJECTIVE: A summer internship in actuarial science with an insurance company. EDUCATION: Junior at Indiana University of Pennsylvania working towards a Bachelor of Arts. Major in mathematics and minor in Spanish. HONORS: Dean’s List two semesters, Chanceller’s Honors two semesters. Member of Alpha Beta honor society. Awarded Most Distinguished Student Award and the Got Smarts Scholarship. WORK EXPERIENCE: Resident Assistant for Shafer Hall. Department of Housing and Residence Life. Responsible for academic advising, counseling, programming, and promoting a community development experience for 20 college students. Computer Consultant for Johnson Data Center. Department of Safety Science. Helped students using a computer-assisted drawing program for making designs in engineering classes. Calculus Tutor for Student Tutoring Services. Tutored first and second semester calculus. Editorial Assistant for the Indiana University Yearbook. Determine billing statements and take computerized product inventories. SPECIAL SKILLS: Have done programming using fortran, pascal, basic, and machine language. Spent two years doing research on computerized vegetation analysis and presented a workshop at the Reicher Community Center in Philadelphia, PA. HOBBIES: Swimming, biking, playing guitar, programming computers, and reading.