Matt Barnes by 0JvAHr

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									                                 Mxxxx Xxxxx
            100 Dudley Drive ■ xxxxxville, MD 21754 ■ (301) 400-0002
                               MB10000@Salisbury.edu
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EDUCATION
      Candidate for Bachelor of Sciences Degree                      May 2008
      Major: Marketing
      GPA: 3.4/4.0
      Franklin P. Perdue School of Business
      Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD

SUMMARY OF SKILLS
       Developed excellent time management skills
       Demonstrated profound leadership abilities
       Showed exemplary organizational capabilities
       Recognized for excellent work ethic

RELATED EXPERIENCE
    Sales Associate, Football America, Laurel, MD                    Summer 2006
        Earned responsibility of closing registers upwards of $15,000 a day
        Taught other employees nuances of the products
        Led small groups in tasks assigned by upper-level management
        Involved with customer relations and sales on a daily basis
        Responsible for maintaining inventory records and accounts
        Served as Sales Associate for many large volume orders placed to regional
           sales office

ACTIVITIES/ VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
     Intercollegiate Football Player                              Spring 2006-Present
         Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD
          Awarded starting position in first year
          Selected defensive player of the week in Regents Cup (annual University
             rivalry game)
          Honored as the Salisbury University Athletics Department Academic
             Achievement Award recipient
          Learned how to excel in a team environment
     Mentor, Fruitland Intermediate School, Fruitland, MD                 Spring 2006
         Provided stimulating experience for students through reading activities
         Guided children in decision making and future planning
         Gave all students free access to games and interacted with them
     Hospital Buddy, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC              2004
         Assisted seriously ill young people in everyday tasks
         Established friendships with patients in-need of social support
         Met with families and provided any necessary assistance

								
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