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									                          C/2Lt [Last Name], [First Name]
                   [Bravo/ Alpha] Squadron Cadet Staff Candidate
                             [2007] Staff Training Cycle
PURPOSE        [Specific reason for resume.]


RESUME         [This section is a concise summary of what you deem to be important. It is important to state the
ABSTRACT       reason for writing the resume, your personal opinion of your own qualifications, and the most
               important information an interviewer would want to see. An abstract is designed to provide all the
               necessary information within a single paragraph]


CONTACT        - Cell Phone:              (610) 756-4170
INFORMATION    - Home Address:            218 Pine Swamp Road
                                          Kempton, PA 19529
               - Email:                   rangerstaff@yahoo.com


EDUCATION      Class of [2008] [High School Name], GPA- (4.0)
               - [Include Pertinent Information regarding your schooling]
               - [Include any activities, honors, clubs, leadership positions]
               -[In each entry, specific reasons given to intended audience why they should care]


AWARDS AND     [Award Name], [Organization]-[Unit]
DISTINCTIONS   [August 2004] to [August 2005], [Position]
               -[Provide a brief description of awards and distinctions]
               -[In each entry, specific reasons given to intended audience why they should care]




VOLUNTEER      [Position or Role], [Organization]-[Unit]
EXPERIENCE     [December 1998] to [Present], [Location or Position Description]
               -[This topic, “Volunteer Experience,” is an example of of a section that can be added to
                 personalize the resume]
               -[Specific reasons given to intended audience why they should care]


WORK           [Business Name] of [Town], [PA]
EXPERIENCE     [August 2004] to [August 2005], [Position]
               -[Provide a brief description of duties and responsibilities]
               -[Show how experience helps make you better qualified]
               -[In each entry, specific reasons given to intended audience why they should care]
                                  Cadet Spillane, David
              Cadet Observer Deck Candidate for the Summer of 2007
                      SUNY Maritime College Class of 2008
PURPOSE       Employment as a Cadet Observer on a tanker during the summer. Employment must be of at least
              90 days from approximately May 7 to August 20, 2007.

RESUME        I am a well qualified and motivated cadet at the top of my class who has already completed all
ABSTRACT      prerequisite nautical courses for license seminar. I have practical experience in relevant mariner
              skills and traits from experience as a Lieutenant Colonel in Civil Air Patrol. I am able to function
              and excel academically, while under stress, and in positions of responsibility. I consider OSG
              (Overseas Shipholding Group, Inc) my primary choice for Cadet Observer and post-graduate
              employment because of personal familiarity with the company.

CONTACT       - Cell Phone:              (610) 756-4170
INFORMATION   - Home Address:            218 Pine Swamp Road
                                         Kempton, PA 19529
              - Email:                   rangerstaff@yahoo.com

EDUCATION     Class of 2008 SUNY Maritime College, GPA- 3.6 (4.0)
              - Completing two separate degrees and USCG 3rd Mate’s Deck License in May 2008
                 Bachelor of Engineering in Marine Electrical and Electrical Systems
                 Bachelor of Engineering in Naval Architecture
              - 103 Completed credits in 3 semesters from August 2005 to December of 2006, 116 credits
                 including transfer credits
              - Currently taking 35 credits this semester alone, demanding time management, academic aptitude,
                 and internal motivation
              - Previously completed and excelled in Advanced Firefighting, Nautical Legal Operations, Rules
                 of the Road, and Radar Plotting. Was well prepared to mentor peers and expand experience
                 opportunities during first training cruise because of early completion of courses.
              -Tanker Operations (P.I.C. coursework) and Celestial Navigation will be completed in the Spring
                 of 2007. Well prepared for Celestial Navigation because of C.A.P. survival training and prior
                 completion of a celestial day’s work during free time on first training cruise aboard the Training
                 Ship Empire State.

VOLUNTEER     Cadet Lieutenant Colonel, United States Air Force Auxiliary- Civil Air Patrol
EXPERIENCE    December 1998 to Present, Various Positions/Appointments
              - Commanded Search and Rescue program of over 50 Staff/Instructors and a 200+ Student body,
                 demanding technical ability, teaching skills, personal discipline, and time management skills.
              - During Search and Rescue training events created curriculum, schedules, and coordinated
                 instructors, training materials, and class locations for 10+ instructors and 20+ Students, for an
                 average of 30 days per year for three years straight. Experience demanded organization,
                 personal accountability, presence of character, and reliability.
              - Successfully created and commanded week long Search and Rescue school in Florida Everglades
                 in December, 2004. Very little supervision or assistance was provided to my command or staff
                 of 11 cadets. This experience demanded strict attention to safety and accountability.
              - Operated at an Expert level in Navigation, Survival, Communications, Rope Systems, Rope
                 Rescue, and Knots. Taught classes regularly in each topic. Experience lends itself directly
                 toward mariner skills in emergency communications, practical rope and mechanical advantage
                 systems, and navigation.

WORK          CVS of Boyertown, PA
EXPERIENCE    August 2004 to August 2005, Photo and General Employee
              -Volunteered to train for Photo at Manager’s request, worked intermittently in photo and in the
                stock room due to proficiency in both

								
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