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					                                             Anthony Costantino
                A rewarding, challenging job in actuarial science

                First Actuarial Exam, Passed May 2001
                Second Actuarial Exam, Sat for May 2004

                Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
                Bachelors of Science in Mathematics and Computer Science
                Minor in Business Administration (Finance)
                Cumulative GPA: 3.71 (on 4.0 scale)
                Anticipated Graduation Date: June 2005

                Recipient of Harry E. Muchnic Scholarship in Mathematics, 2003 & 2004
                Recipient of Outstanding Co-operative Education Senior Award as Pre-Junior, 2003
                Senior Second Honors in Mathematics as Pre-Junior, 2003
                Dean's List, Drexel University 2001 - 2003
                Drexel Honors Program, 2000 - Present
                National High School Honors Society, 1999-2000
                National Merit Finalist, 2000
                AP Scholar with Distinction
                Perfect 800 on SAT Math Section

          GAMMA INVESTORS, King of Prussia, PA
          Programmer, March 2003 - September 2003, March 2004 – September 2004
            -Created MATLAB interface to develop new financial models weekly using securities’ quantitative data
            -Reverse Engineered financial models using financial factors over a historical period
            -Created VBA application using a third party data supplier to pull in stock information daily and
            -Created MATLAB interface to backtest financial models
            -Developed VBA GUIs to assist in financial analysis and reconciliation
            -Created extensive SQL queries to pull historic data from financial databases for analysis
            -Worked with DTS scripting to automate data loading process
            -Reconcile the financial portfolios daily and resolve issues

                Mathematics Teaching Assistant, September 2002 - March 2003, September 2003 – Present, September
                2004 - Present
                  - Taught 3 recitation sections of about 30 students each in Math 101, Mathematical Analysis (pre-
                  calculus) and Math 102 (calculus)
                  - Graded papers
                  - Held Office Hours to tutor and aid students
                  - Maintained class lists, grades, and statistics for course

                ICG COMMERCE, Jenkintown, PA
                Sourcing Services Analyst, March 2002 - March 2003
                  -Managed ICG Commerce's assessment process
                  -Worked with internet sourcing tool to assess spend of large companies such as Avon, Levi's, Colgate,
                  and Abercrombie & Fitch
                  -Prepared Excel reports detailing the client's spend by ICG Commerce specific categories and
                  -Designed a VB program for Excel to analyze client spend on airline travel and designed scenarios to
                  make airline travel more cost efficient
                   -Designed Excel macros to efficiently perform tasks needed in the assessment and market basket
                   -Designed Access database to determine UPS zones from origin and destination zip codes

     Fluent: C++, Visual Basic/VBA, Matlab Programming Language, Windows 98, Windows XP, Microsoft Word
     2003, Microsoft Excel 2003, Matlab 6.1
     Moderate: JAVA, HTML, MS SQL, Transact-SQL, DOS, Adobe Photoshop 7.0, Microsoft Powerpoint, Microsoft
     Access 2003, Microsoft SQL Server
     Beginner: Maple Programming Language, PHP, JavaScript, VHDL, MIPS, MySQL, UNIX, Maple 9, PCSpim 1.0

                Math                                Business/Finance                           Computer Science
• Probability and Statistics (3            • Investment Securities and Their          • Data Structures & Algorithms
course Graduate Series)                    Markets                                    • Technical Communication
• Optimization Theory                      • Risk Management                          • Graphic User Interfaces
• Linear Algebra                           • Business Statistics                      • Human-Computer Interaction
• Differential Equations                   • Microeconomics                           • Concepts of Programming
• Numeric and Symbolic                     • Macroeconomics                           Languages
Computation                                • Financial Accounting                     • Software Design
• Discrete Math                            • Operations Management                    • Digital Design of Intelligent
• Abstract Algebra                         • Methods of Operations from a             Systems
• Techniques of Mathematical               Mathematical Perspective                   • Unix Programming

            Math and Computer Science Society
            Drexel Math and Computer Science Society, Philadelphia, PA
            President, March 2004 - Present
            Treasurer, May 2003-March 2004
            -Organized events that are interesting to the math and computer science students of Drexel University
            -Co-Chaired the ACM SCENE (Student Chapter Event North East) Conference on Artificial Intelligence
            in February 2004
            -Prepared the financial records of the society
            -Created a yearly budget and present it to the Office of Campus Activities for approval
            -Created and maintained financial ledger of society's accounts

                   Campus Activities Board
                   Drexel Campus Activities Board, Philadelphia, PA
                   Director of Marketing, June 2004 - Present
                   Assistant Director of Marketing, October 2003-June 2004
                   -Worked with Publishing Companies to design glossy posters
                   -Created marketing slogans and posters in Adobe Photoshop for over 100 events a year
                   -Developed a weekly previews show in Powerpoint to be played before each movie the Campus
                   Activities Board showed
                   -Helped computerize the operations of the Campus Activities Board
                   -Maintained a budget of over $15000

                   Junior Achievement
                   Kirkbride Elementary School, Philadelphia, PA
                   Teaching Assistant, December 2000 - January 2001
                   - Taught a class of thirty students about businesses
                   - Prepared a lesson plan

                   St. Vincent Soup Kitchen

                 Available upon request