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					                                JOSHUA ALLEN LANG
                             98 Putnam St Apt #2, Quincy, MA 02169
                                         812-480-8271
                                     lang.josh@yahoo.com

Objective:
Attain an entry-level public relations position where I can implement and expand on my current learned
skills within the biotechnology industry.

Education:
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 2004
       Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology (emphasis on Social Psychology along with a two year
       focus in Chemistry and Biology), Minor in Sociology

Proficiencies:
        Platforms: PC and Mac literate
        Software: Microsoft Office, Adobe Reader, Adobe Photoshop, HTML, JavaScript
        Other Skills: Red Cross Instructor in the following courses of Adult/Child/Infant CPR/AED, First
        Aid, Bloodborne Pathogens, and CPR Professional Rescuer

Employment History:
Public Relations                 Boston Red Sox, Boston, MA                        April 06 – Present
    Represent the Red Sox franchise through communicating with patrons who attend the games as
       well as at different special events to have their photographs taken and placed on the team’s
       official website along with other Red Sox fans
    Influence patrons to purchase photographs of themselves to serve as everlasting keepsakes of
       their experiences at the games they attend
    Assist with fellow employees to help create a warm and memorable experience for patrons during
       their time at Fenway Park

Administrative Assistant        American Red Cross, Dedham, MA                         Oct 06 – Present
   Act as a public relations liaison for the greater Boston area to encourage individuals to participate
      in local blood drives by communicating with local businesses and individuals via telephone and
      face-to-face interactions
   Coordinate donor registration at multiple blood drives by managing signup tables
   Compile and retain a database of businesses in different communities throughout Massachusetts
      for use in sending promotional materials about upcoming blood drives and events

Promotion Specialist            Hansen Beverage Company, Malden, MA                   May 06 – Present
    Distribute Monster Energy Drink samples and survey consumers on their views and likelihood of
      purchasing the product
    Monitor inventory and consumer comments through a daily tracker during shift, organize points
      of destination for sampling, and execute a strategic plan to increase the chances that consumers
      will choose to purchase the product in the future
    Collect market research on events that target the demographic for this product, including local
      concert events (Ozzfest and Warped Tour), sports events (Boston Celtics and Bruins), and local
      community events (Head of the Charles)
Achievements:
       Awarded by Business Professionals of America for extreme excellence in word processing skills
        in the Spring of 1999
       One of ten students to receive a scholarship for Student Leadership in 2004 by the Center for
        Advancing Student Leadership at Indiana University
       Recipient of the 2004 Richard F. Mull Award for Leadership recognizing work done with the
        Facility Support division within the Division of Recreational Sports at Indiana University
       Recognized by the American Red Cross for hard work and achievement through volunteer
        services within the Health and Safety division in the Fall of 2005

Extra-Curricular Activities:
Instructor            American Red Cross, Evansville, IN; Boston, MA           June 03 – Present
     Coordinate courses to inform local businesses and the public to properly execute techniques in
       Adult CPR/AED, Child and Infant CPR, First Aid, Bloodborne Pathogens, and CPR Professional
       Rescuer
     Assisted as Assistant Coordinator in the preparation and overseeing of a Medical Team for an
       annual local event called Thunder on the Ohio during the Summer of 2005

Event Coordinator       Jill’s House 48-Hour Ride-A-Thon, Bloomington, IN             Jan 04 – Aug 04
    Established a local fundraiser at a state-of-the-art cancer treatment center for a local housing unit
       for patients
    Served as acting coordinator over a group of individuals who were involved with the planning
    Obtained local/national sponsorships and community organizations’ participation within the event
       through different forms of donations, volunteers, and public relation strategies in the community
    Coordinated publicity to generate overall buzz to encourage individuals to partake in the overall
       event functions by sending event information to local clubs and organizations, as well as
       attending different functions

Facility Support Director Student Recreational Sports Association, Bloomington, IN Aug 03 – Aug 04
    Represented the Facility Support division on a committee for improving recreational
        responsiveness among the student body
    Organized and planned events involving recreational awareness for the student body
    Executed important changes within the recreational setting to improve overall safety for
        participants at the different recreational facilities on campus

Researcher        Center for Adolescent and Family Studies, Bloomington, IN         June 03 – Aug 04
    Collected data from study participants for the American Counseling Association and compiled
       this information into a database
    Coordinated with a team of fellow researchers to ensure the completion of the designated research
       project

Rape Educator             Middleway House, Bloomington, IN                           Aug 03 – Aug 04
    Counseled local student groups, as a male representative, on the awareness of rape among women
    Communicated as part of a team with a female representative to provide a male and female
      perspective on rape

Ticket Manager University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, IN                           Oct 01 – May 02
    Managed the overall ticketing process for first-time concert event at the local college
    Coordinated with fellow committee members to determine ticket prices, along with planning
       arrangements for scheduled performer

				
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