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A resume is a brief summary of your qualifications, education, and experiences relevant to your job search objective. The purpose of a resume is to obtain an interview. Employers will spend less than 30 seconds reviewing your resume; therefore, the information must be conveyed in a clear, well-organized style. The sections of a resume are listed below. Your Name Email address Phone number Current Address Web page and/or LinkedIn address (if pertinent) Objective This section is optional. The objective can include the specific position you are seeking, skills you wish to use on the job, field or organization type by which you wish to be employed, or a combination of all of the above. RESUMES/COVER LETTERS Education This section should include: • ame of the degree-granting institutions; List most recent first. N • Degree received and major • raduation date or projected graduation date, or dates of attendance if a G degree was not completed • Overseas academic experience Optional: • Any minors, specialization or focus areas • Courses relevant to the position for which you are applying • onors and GPA (if they are a strong selling point). Indicate GPA based H on a 4.0 scale. • Senior research/honors thesis title and brief description • Freshmen and sophomores can include high school Permanent Address Sample Objectives • position as an editorial A assistant. • lectrical engineering E internship. • o obtain a position in finance. T • program coordinator position A in a community organization working with youth. • eeking a position in museum S administration requiring strong writing skills and a background in art history. • o apply decision and systems T
My short-term goal is to obtain work experience and a two-year degree in horticulture. My long-term goal is to operate my own landscaping business in my hometown. Education Completed a landscaping design course at the local community college. Attended a three-day night course through the Cooperative Extension Service. Toured two local greenhouses. FFA Leadership activities/awards Star Greenhand, freshman year Chapter in Agribusiness, junior year Chairman, spring flower and bulb sale committee Chapter reporter, junior year Section reporter, senior year School leadership activities/awards Class treasurer, freshman year Cross country team, sophomore–senior year Band and chorus, freshman–senior year National Honor Society, senior year Community leadership activities/awards Assistant superintendent, horticulture department at county fair Member, United Methodist Church Volunteer worker, annual Lions Club fund-raiser Professional associations Junior member, National Turf Growers Association Subscriber, Landscaper International Member, Ducks Unlimited Other accomplishments First place, floriculture arrangement, county fair, sophomore year References John Doe 5678 Second Place Here, XX 00000 555-000-0000 Mary Jay 1234 First Place There, XX 00000 555-555-5555 Don Done 9101 Third Street Over, XX 00000 000-555-5555 Part 3: Stars and National Officer Candidates 57 Sample Résumé #2 ERICA WISE 200 West Bloom Street Fresno, CA 93722 555-555-5555 Fresno-Central FFA Chapter, California Association FFA CAREER OBJECTIVE I am attending California State University—Fresno (CSUF), majoring in agricultural education/ communications. Upon graduation from CSUF, it is my goal to work in journalism with a focus on agriculturally-related news. QUALIFICATIONS • Proven writing skills • Ability to work independently or with a multidisciplinary team • Experience in program presentation EMPLOYMENT HISTORY F & F Contracting, Inc. June 2002–present Office Assistant The Maize September 2005–October 2005 Cashier The Fresno Bee September 2006–present Reporter EDUCATION California State University Fresno Majoring in agricultural education/communications August 2006–present Central High School—West Campus
LAVRA and Locally based Track Racing Team, Momentum Cycling, http://www.momentumcycling.com/ invites Men, Women, Masters, Elites & Juniors to attend our Race Training Program at the LA Velodrome. This 9 week program will provide quality instruction with each session building on the previous session with the focus on only 1-2 racing disciplines per week. You will learn all the In's & Out's of each track racing discipline as we teach you the techniques and equipment requirements that you will need to compete in Time Trials, Sprints, Mass Start races, Team Events and more giving you the confidence you need to toe the line in almost any racing situation. We are excited to have the following members of Momentum Cycling’s Elite Track Team lending us their expertise throughout the series: Travis Smith, Adam Duvendeck & Jennie Reed. All 9 Race Training Sessions will be held at the LA Velodrome www.lavelodrome.org from 3:00-6:00PM on Saturday Oct 13, 20, 27, Nov 3, 10, & 17, Dec 1, 8, 15. You will need to bring your current racing license along with your own track bike, helmet, racing shoes, racing pedals and any additional equipment that you may need. Rental bikes will be available for Juniors only (at no charge). All participants must be certified by the velodrome director, Roger Young, prior to the first session. A calendar of certification classes is available at www.lavelodrome.org The fee for this 9 week Race Training Program is $60 or $10 per session.
Nexgeneracers (NXG) give boys and girls an opportunity to learn about auto racing and have a “hands-on” experience in a supervised and controlled environment. We offer three class levels in our Lucas Oil/NXG Youth Motorsports Program scheduled from April to September. Most classes are conducted over the weekend. Each class serves up to 20 student participants in both on-track and classroom activities. Parents, family & friends are welcome and encouraged to attend as spectators on our competition Sundays. Class Levels Level 1 - Introduction to Motorsports: Provides an overview of the motorsports industry, racing terminology and go-kart driving instruction. Prerequisite: Proficient in 5th grade level math & English. For boys and girls 11-15 years of age. (No previous driving experience required.) Level 2 - Competitive Driving Techniques: Covers basic driving skills and go kart racing techniques. Tests individual performance and knowledge and includes racing competition. Prerequisite: Introduction to Motorsports course, or previous go kart driving experience and approval of Chief Instructor. For boys and girls 11-15 years of age. Level 3 – Advanced Performance Driving Class: Focuses on: vehicle dynamics, race driving skill development and auto racing competition knowledge. Driving exercises and competitive go kart racing are conducted. Prerequisite: Competitive Driving Techniques course and approval of Chief Instructor. For boys and girls 11-16 years of age. Typical Weekend Schedule & Activities Registration and Orientation (Level 1 only) is held on Saturday mornings typically from 8:00-8:30pm, parents should attend with students.
Participating Manufacturers - updated June 27, 2014 The below manufacturers are participating members in the SFI Performance Specifications Program for the above listed spec. Contact the individual manufacturer for specific part numbers that they certify to this spec: Alpinestars, S.p.a. Viale E. Fermi 5, Asolo, Treviso, 31011 Italy 39-0423-5286 www.alpinestars.com 3.3/5 Glove, Hoods, 3.3/5 Shoes, Underclothing Auto Power Industries, Inc. 3424 Pickett St., San Diego, CA, 92110 (619) 297-3300 www.autopowerindustries.com Arm Restraints Bell Racing Inc. 301 Mercury Drive, #8, Champaign, IL, 61822 (217) 239-5355 www.bellracing.com 3.3/5 Helmet Skirts Beltenick No. 1-127, Chiahsi No. 1 Lane, Tatsun Hsiang, Changhua Hsien, 51544 Taiwan +886-4-8531960 www.tairacing.ttnet.net Arm Restraints, Harness Pads, Helmet Supports, Hoods, Socks, Underclothing Butt Footwear Defence Road, Hadi Town, Near Social Security Office, Sialkot, 51310 Pakistan 92 52 3572175 www.bfwracing.com 3.3/5 Gloves, Hoods, Socks, 3.3/5 Shoes, Underclothing Carl White Enterprises 13315 SE 59th St, Choctaw, OK, 73020 (405) 246-8833 Arm Restraints, Helmet Supports China Racing Supply #10-1402, Bishuiwan, Huangqi, Dali Town, Nanhai District, Foshan City, Guangdong, 528248 China (86) 757-8113-9515 www.chinaracingsupply.com 3.3/5 Gloves, 3.3/5 Shoes Crow Enterprizes, Inc. 160 E. Freedom Avenue, Anaheim, CA, 92801 (714) 879-5970 www.crowenterprizes.com Arm Restraints
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Cornish Butik Nyde En Hævning I Salg SPAR butikker der deltager i et nyt merchandising program iværksat af Appleby vestpå har allerede set en positiv indvirkning på salget. En butik i området Cornwall drives af Gordon og Karen Green har nydt en hævning i ugentlige salg. Før projektet fandt sted ugentlige salg i butikken var £8,677 og en hævning af 29% nu Sees sidste uges salg på £11,236 henholdsvis, mens Howard Toms' butik i Southsea, har Portsmouth set et salg løft af 11% og 6,6% år på år.
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ACADEMIC, ADMINISTRATIVE ATHLETICS. Athletic Performance Center. APC. Bartoo Hall. BART. Brown Hall. BRWN. Bruner Hall. BRUN. Bryan Fine Arts ... This map was produced by the Office of Communications & Marketing. Tennessee Technological University is a constituent university of the Tennessee Board of Regents. The TBR, the sixth largest system of higher education in the nation, governs 45 institutions: six universities, 13 community colleges and 26 area technology centers, providing programs to more than 190,000 students in 90 of Tennessee's 95 counties. TTU is an AA/EEO employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its program and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Director of Diversity & Legal Affairs, PO Box 5164, Cookeville, TN 38505, 931-372-3016. Pub #136-PDF-12
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