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                                    Drew
                                    Sterling
                                    Email:
                                    drew_ster
                                    ling@res
                                    umemake
                                    r.com
                                           Cel
                                    l: (925)
                                    555-1234
                                    604
                                    Harmony
                                    Ln.


                                    Residenc
                                    e: (925)
                                    555-1235
                                    Pleasantv
                                    ille, CA
                                    94566




                                    GRADU
                                    ATE ~
                                    FINANC
                                    E,
                                    MANAG
                                    EMENT,
                                    ECONO
                                    MICS
                                    INVEST
                                    MENT,
                                    CORPO
                                     RATE,
                                    CAPITA
                                       L
                                    MARKE
                                      TS
Integrity,
persisten
ce, and a
competiti
ve spirit
have
underscor
ed
employm
ent and
academic
successes
where
meeting
deadlines
,
achieving
goals,
and using
measured
judgment
have
been
crucial to
deliverin
g results.
A
commitm
ent to
learning,
a
willingne
ss to seek
informati
on, and
independ
ent work
habits
have
served to
produce
well-defi
ned
research,
create
superior
reports,
and hone
communi
cations to
a high
professio
nal level.
Reputatio
n as a
―quiet
achiever‖
reflects
capacity
to pursue
business
objective
s,
maintain
focus,
and
partner
with
others to
meet a
common
goal.
Possess
spirited
optimism
,
self-disci
pline, and
a work
ethic that
transcend
s the
nine-to-fi
ve
boundari
es.


ACADE
MIC S
HOWC
 ASE
Marketi
ng: Key
contribut
or to
team of
five
researchi
ng the
local café
market
and
assessing
how
major
players
dominate
with
products,
services,
and
brand
names.
Project
explored
the
challenge
s new
entrants
to the
market
faced
when
pitted
against
these
market
―goliaths
‖
including
Starbucks
.
Competin
g time
demands
on team
members
prompted
a
resolutio
n to
produce
each
individua
l
compone
nt two
weeks
prior to
deadline
allowing
time to
fine tune
the
presentati
on prior
to tutor’s
review.
Personall
y
develope
d SWOT
analysis
on four
major
cafés in
Australia.
Result:
87% one
of the
highest
across
the entire
marketin
g level.

Economi
cs—Mar
kets: Pr
oduced
report
exploring
the issues
surroundi
ng
Europe’s
anti-trust
case
against
Microsoft
USA, and
drew
connectio
ns with
the
impact of
monopol
y power
on the
markets
and
consumer
s.
Sourcing
unbiased
informati
on
proved a
challenge
and
dissemin
ating
complex
informati
on into
graphs
necessitat
ed
meticulo
us
planning.
Praised
for
report’s
easy-to-u
nderstand
format
that
balanced
the
economic
aspects
of a
monopol
y with
the
anti-trust
case.
Score:
95%.

Informat
ion
Systems:
Challeng
ed to
conceive
a music
start-up
company,
establish
a
website,
produce
an
complem
entary
PowerPoi
nt
presentati
on, and
devise a
report
outlining
the
strategy
behind
the
integrate
d
solution
that
could be
assessed
online by
the
lecturer.
Despite
no
previous
experienc
e in
website
developm
ent and
tested by
an
extremel
y tight
deadline,
mastered
the basics
and
devoted
24-hours
consecuti
vely to
deliverin
g a good
result.
Fulfilled
all
project
requirem
ents, and
achieved
a score of
97%.

Manage
ment: C
omposed
3000-wor
d report
on the
key
compone
nts of
being an
effective
manager.
Scanned
volumes
of
informati
on to
mine
appropria
te data,
while
simultane
ously
juggling
a
demandin
g
schedule
of
competin
g project
deadlines
. Scoured
internet
resources
and
traveled
to several
libraries
statewide
to secure
up-to-dat
e
reference
material.
Defined
the
functions
and
attributes
of a
manager,
and
explored
the
challenge
s faced.
The
project
received
a score of
93%—a
significan
t success
in light of
the
lecturer’s
high-exp
ectations
and
stringent
scoring
methods.


EDUCA
TION |
TRAINI
  NG


Bachelor
   of
Commer
   ce
Universit
   y of
Californi
     a
(anticipat
  ed end
  2006)

Diploma
   of
Banking
  and
Finance
Rocklin
Commun
   ity
College
 (2003)
EMPLO
YMENT
  SUM
MARY
MARCO
NI’S
PIZZA
2004–Pre
sent

Delivery
Driver/C
ustomer
Service
Juggle
the
demands
of 150
orders on
peak
nights
generatin
g up to
$6500
daily for
this
popular
pizza
takeaway
and
restaurant
.
Acknowl
edged as
a
top-perfo
rming
driver,
consisten
tly
surpass
peer
efforts by
strategizi
ng best
routes for
quicker
return—
with
more
deliveries
yielding
greater
bonus
commissi
ons.

      C
       us
       to
       m
       er
       S
       er
       vi
       ce
       :
       D
       iff
       us
       e
       ir
       at
       e
       cu
       st
       o
       m
       er
       s
       di
       ss
       at
       is
       fi
       ed
       w
       it
       h
       la
te
r-t
ha
n-
ex
pe
ct
ed
de
li
ve
ri
es
b
y
as
su
m
in
g
an
u
n
de
rs
ta
n
di
n
g,
e
m
pa
th
et
ic
st
an
ce
,
an
d
at
te
m
pt
    in
    g
    to
    ex
    pl
    ai
    n
    u
    na
    nt
    ic
    ip
    at
    ed
    or
    de
    rs
    pr
    o
    m
    pt
    in
    g
    de
    la
    ys
    .

   A
    cc
    u
    ra
    cy
    :
    C
    o
    ns
    ist
    en
    tl
    y
    ci
    te
    d
    fo
    r
    1
    0
    0
    %
    ac
    cu
    ra
    cy
    ra
    te
    in
    re
    co
    nc
    ili
    n
    g
    da
    il
    y
    de
    li
    ve
    ry
    re
    ce
    ip
    ts.

   L
    ea
    d
    er
    sh
    ip
    a
    n
    d
    S
    ec
    u
    ri
    ty
    :
    E
    nt
    ru
    st
    ed
    to
    tr
    an
    sp
    or
    t
    u
    p
    to
    $
    9
    0
    0
    pe
    r
    sh
    ift
    .

   In
    iti
    at
    iv
    e:
    I
    m
    pl
    e
    m
    en
    te
    d
    m
    ea
    su
    re
    s
    to
    en
    su
    re
    cu
    st
    o
    m
    er
s
re
ce
iv
e
su
pe
ri
or
se
rv
ic
e.
St
ep
fo
r
w
ar
d
to
se
rv
ic
e
cu
st
o
m
er
s
w
he
n
te
a
m
m
e
m
be
rs
ar
e
en
ga
ge
d
el
se
w
he
re
,
en
su
re
co
rr
ec
t
re
co
rd
in
g
of
cu
st
o
m
er
s’
na
m
es
to
pr
ev
en
t
or
de
r
er
ro
rs
,
an
d
d
o
    u
    bl
    e-
    ch
    ec
    k
    ch
    an
    ge
    ac
    cu
    ra
    cy
    .

   Q
    ui
    c
    k
    T
    hi
    n
    ki
    n
    g:
    W
    o
    n
    pr
    ai
    se
    fo
    r
    q
    ui
    ck
    th
    in
    ki
    n
    g
    w
    he
    n
    a
    cu
    st
o
m
er
ex
pe
ri
en
ce
d
se
ve
re
m
ed
ic
al
e
m
er
ge
nc
y
in
-s
to
re
.
C
o
nt
ac
te
d
pa
ra
m
ed
ic
s
an
d
re
as
su
re
d
    cu
    st
    o
    m
    er
    w
    hi
    le
    m
    ed
    ic
    al
    as
    si
    st
    an
    ce
    ar
    ri
    ve
    d.

   T
    ac
    ti
    ca
    l
    p
    ro
    bl
    e
    m
    so
    lv
    in
    g:
    R
    es
    ol
    ve
    d
    lo
    gi
    sti
    ca
    l
    pr
o
bl
e
m
s
su
ch
as
in
co
rr
ec
t
ad
dr
es
s
re
co
rd
in
g.
M
in
df
ul
of
ot
he
r
or
de
rs
,
m
ad
e
q
ui
ck
de
ci
si
o
ns
to
    ca
    ll
    cu
    st
    o
    m
    er
    s,
    so
    ur
    ce
    m
    ap
    s,
    an
    d
    in
    iti
    at
    e
    st
    or
    e
    co
    nt
    ac
    t.

   R
    ev
    e
    n
    u
    e
    G
    ro
    w
    th
    :
    S
    uc
    ce
    ss
    fu
    ll
    y
    m
ar
ke
te
d
pr
o
d
uc
ts
th
ro
u
g
h
u
p-
se
lli
n
g
an
d
of
fe
ri
n
g
va
lu
e-
ad
de
d
pr
o
d
uc
ts
th
at
in
cr
ea
se
d
th
    e
    b
    ot
    to
    m
    li
    ne
    .

   T
    ra
    in
    in
    g:
    O
    ri
    en
    te
    d
    si
    x
    st
    af
    f
    th
    at
    pr
    o
    gr
    es
    se
    d
    to
    be
    co
    m
    e
    so
    li
    d
    pe
    rf
    or
    m
    er
    s
    w
it
h
a
st
ro
n
g
cu
st
o
m
er
se
rv
ic
e
et
hi
c.
Pr
o
vi
de
d
in
iti
al
tr
ai
ni
n
g
to
ne
w
re
cr
ui
ts
in
p
ol
ic
y,
te
le
       p
       h
       o
       ne
       an
       s
       w
       er
       in
       g,
       an
       d
       sh
       ift
       re
       co
       nc
       ili
       at
       io
       ns
       .


PIZZA
SHACK

Delivery
Driver
2001–20
03
Met tight
schedules
for
customer
deliveries
,
allocating
the most
rapid
routes for
a
coordinat
ed
on-time
delivery.
Observed
customer
service
guideline
s for
problem
solving
when
issues
occurred,
and
accuratel
y
produced
change.


CITY OF
ROCKLI
N

Work
Experien
ce
Student
1999
Observed
two
computer
technicia
ns and
provided
assistanc
e with
basic
installatio
n of
printers,
memory
chip
installatio
ns, and
document
ation.


Gayle
Howard
– Top
Margin       P RW RA




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