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Half Marathon Gear Guide - Up & Running

Most women run a 5K race with the bare minimum running gear: a pair of running shoes and whatever sporty‐looking item they can find in their wardrobes. Along comes the 10K race and the game is upped just a notch. They know that comfort is key and feeling good in their clothes (and maybe their own skin) will play an important role in getting those mental motors revved up. That’s when body and soul team together to get you across that finish line. The running gear you’ve used to run your 10K(s) is the very same that you’ll need for the half marathon. Since you signed up for this 21K Course, we’re going to assume that you already have a few pairs of running shoes. You might not yet own so much running gear that you have a special section in your closet, but we can bet you have the basics. You may not need to buy anything new in order to start training next week, but let’s go through basic running gear to make sure you’ll all set. While running and racing I have a bad habit of looking at the ground. Good form would have me looking serenely ahead to the horizon. When my head and neck is in the correct position the rest of my body aligns and my running style instantly improves. I correct myself constantly but when my gaze returns to the ground the first thing I look at are the shoes my fellow runners are wearing. I’m used to seeing anything fly at a 5K race, from “gym” shoes to army boots. But I become totally flustered when I see long distance racers shod with whatever they find at the Sports Authority sales bin. Anatomically speaking, your feet play the most important role while you run, so running shoes are the most important component of your running kit.

Horsemen's Update - Grayson-Jockey Club Research

Horsemen’s Update This Issue’s Feature: Shoeing and Hoof Care horoughbred racehorses were bred for and are consistently acknowledged for their speed and track potential, but because of the demands of racing, the magnificent athletes’ feet need regular and proper care to help them stay sound and healthy. While this facet of Thoroughbred maintenance is near-obvious to most involved in the racing industry, the impact of foot problems on the welfare of the racehorse is anything but an inconsequential conversation piece. Thus, the importance of proper shoeing and hoof care is the focus of this month’s horsemen’s update. Photos courtesy of Mitch Taylor The Equine Hoof and the Problems it Faces forelimb suspensory apparatus failure.3 Shoeing can affect the flight of the hoof, which in turn influences the symmetry of the body.“If the angle (of the hoof) is allowed to remain incorrect, changes occur in the supporting structures as the body attempts to compensate. This compensation can lead to serious discomfort and lameness.”2 he condition of a horse’s feet is influenced by factors such as genetics, nutrition, environment, farriery and the use of the horse.1 The hoof has evolved to adapt to its environment, but the natural hoof should be rounded or slightly oval, containing an outer wall of specialized keratin cells to yield a hard protective surface. The hoof contains a sole to protect underlying tissues, as well as a frog and digital cushion for shock absorption. The short pastern (second phalanx), the coffin bone (third phalanx), and the navicular bone are the three bones inside the hoof. The hoof is supplied with fresh oxygenated blood, and the hydrostatic pumping of the foot helps to circulate blood back toward the heart from the limb periphery.2

User manual MAKITA UC4030A - mypdfmanuals.com

Use Safety Glasses Also use safety footwear; snug fitting clothing; protective gloves; hearing and head protection (5). Carrying Saw Carry the chain saw by the front handle with the saw stopped, finger off the switch, the guide bar and saw chain, covered with the chain protection, to the rear. maintain Chain Saw With Care Inspect chain saw cords periodically and if damaged , have repaired by authorized service facility. Keep cord clear of the chain and operator at all times. Never carry saw by the cord or pull it to disconnect from receptacle. Keep cord from oil and sharp edges. inspect extension cords periodically and replace if damaged. Keep tools sharp and clean for better and safer performance. follow instructions for lubricating and changing accessories. Keep handles dry, clean, and free from oil and grease. Disconnect Chain Saw Disconnect chain saw when not in use, before servicing, and when changing accessories and attachments, such as saw chain and guard (6). Outdoor Use Extension Cords Use only extension cords intended for use outdoors and so marked. Route the power cord in such a way that in cannot get caught in branches or other objects during sawing. Stay Alert Watch what you are doing. use common sense. Do not operate chain saw when you are tired. Keep all parts of the body away from the saw chain when the motor is operating. Before you start the saw, make sure the saw chain is not contacting anything. Check Damaged Parts Before further use of the chain saw, a guard or other part that is damaged should be carefully checked to determine that it will operate properly and perform its intended function. Check for alignment of moving parts, binding of moving parts, breakage of parts, mounting, and any other conditions that may affect its operation. A guard or other part that is damaged should be properly repaired or replaced by an authorized service center unless otherwise indicated elsewhere in this instruction manual. have defective switches be replaced by authorized service center. Do not use chain saw if the switch does not turn the saw on and off. Do not operate a chain saw that is damaged, improperly adjusted, or is not completely and securely assembled (7). Be sure that the saw chain stops moving when the trigger is released. Guard Against Kickback WARNING: KICKBACK may occur when the nose or tip of the guide bar touches an object (8), or when the wood closes in and pinches the saw chain in the cut. Tip contact in some cases may cause a lightning fast reverse reaction, kicking the guide bar up and back towards the operator. Pinching the saw chain along the top of the guide bar may push the guide bar rapidly back towards the operator. Either of these reactions may cause you to lose control of the saw which could result in serious injury to user. The following precautions should be followed to minimize kickback: Always grip each handle with the thumb and fingers encircling the handle as illustrated in (9). Device malfunction maintenance refill oil sharpen the saw chain stop transport shutdown Don't let the nose of the guide bar contact a log, branch, ground, or other obstruction. Don't cut above shoulder height (10). Use devices such as low kickback chain, chain brakes and special guide bars that reduce the risks associated with kickback. Power Supply Connect chain saw to correct voltage, that is, be sure that the voltage supplied is the same as that specified on the nameplate of the tool (11). Replacement Parts When servicing, use only identical replacement parts (11). Polarized Plugs To reduce the risk of electric shock, this equipment has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). This plug will fit in a polarized outlet only one way. if the plug does not fit fully in the outlet , reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician to install the proper outlet. Do not change the plug in any way. Wear ear protectors during operation. Before making a felling cut, remove dirt, stones, loose bark, nails, staples and wire from the tree. Secure the log so that it will not rol or move suddenly during operation. aVOID UNINTENTIONAL STARTING. Don't carry plugged-in tool with finger on switch. Be sure switch is OFF when plugging in.....

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product! A ThankyoufrpcsigMKI Congratulations on choosing a MAKITA chain saw! We are conÞdent that you will be satisÞed with this modern piece of equipment. The DCS3500-DCS4301 are very handy and robust chain saws with a new Design. The automatic chain lubrication with variable-ßow oil pump and maintenance-free electronic ignition ensure trouble-free operation, while the hand-saving anti-vibration system and ergonomic grips and controls make work easier, safer, and less tiring for the user. The Featherlight-Start system lets you start the saw effortlessly with a spring-loaded starting assist. For some countries the saw is also equipped with a catalytic converter. This reduces the amount of pollutants in the exhaust, and meets European Guideline 2002/88/EG. MAKITA chain saws DCS3500-DCS4301 are equipped with the latest safety features and meet all national and international standards. These features include: hand guards on both handles, grip throttle lever lock, chain catch, safety saw chain, and chain brake. The chain brake can be actuated manually, and is also inertia-actuated automatically in case of kickback.

Miscellaneous Notes on Makita 5012b electric chainsaw. NOTE ...

NOTE: Makita 5012b electric saws don't have a metal guide plate between the bar and the the body of the saw (which is plastic). Thus it's important to keep the oiler holes in the bar clean of debris so that sufficient oil is lubricating the chain. Additionally, don't overtighten the chain as you'll increase the friction between bar and chain...and finally, do loosen the bar nut a bit prior to adjusting chain tension to keep from wearing the side of the saw prematurely. Note: Opinions vary on what type oil to use in the chain bar oiler. General consensus is to use a light weight oil. Some of the suggestions from the Carving Post are mineral oil, hydraulic oil, turbine oil, or a 10wt. winter oil. One of the more popular seems to be thinning regular bar oil with Kerosene. (1 cup kerosene to 1 gallon bar oil). Others suggest "Slick 50", "Power Punch", or a synthetic such as "AmsOil". Note: This saw does not have an anti-vibration system. For long term use, try wrapping a piece of pipe insulation (the foam type), on the upper handle and cover it with duct tape or some such). Note: This saw has a chain speed up to 3 times what many electrics run at. You need to wear all your safety gear with this (or any), saw. Don't get lulled into thinking "it's just an electric". And Remember, chaps don't have the same 'jamming' ability to stop the saw chain with an electric saw. Recommended electrical extension cord wire size: 25 ft./14 AWG 50 ft./12 AWG Here's how to swap out the factory sprocket for the 1/4 pitch carving sprocket on the 5012b ...

Overcoming the Complexities of Sleepless Nights

All of us use a pillow as a support to the neck and rest of the parts of body as it makes us feel comfortable while sleeping and resting. Available in different shapes, ordinary pillows make people feel uneasy and force them to live with severe neck pain problems.

Section 5 BRAKE BOOSTER - Autoshop 101

Lesson Objectives 1. Explain the function of engine vacuum in providing brake assist to the master cylinder. 2. Perform the following booster tests using the brake pedal: − operating test − air tightness check − air tightness under load 3. Using a brake booster push rod gauge SST, measure booster push rod clearance and determine needed adjustment. 4. List the symptoms of an improperly adjusted booster push rod. Section 5 Brake Booster The brake booster is designed to create a greater braking force from a minimum pedal effort, using a difference in atmospheric pressure and the engine’s manifold vacuum. It increases the pedal force 2 to 4 times depending on the size of the diaphragm. The brake booster is located between the brake pedal and the master cylinder. When pressure is applied to the brake pedal, pressure is exerted on the booster air valve. With pressure created by the booster the master cylinder is applied. Should the booster malfunction, the normal mechanical braking force of the master cylinder is maintained. Construction The brake booster consists of the body, booster piston, piston return spring, reaction mechanism, and control valve mechanism. The body is divided into a constant pressure chamber and a variable pressure chamber. The chambers are separated from each other by a diaphragm. The control valve mechanism regulates the pressure inside the variable pressure chamber. Single Diaphragm Booster The body is divided into a constant pressure chamber and a variable pressure chamber separated from each other by a diaphragm. 42 LEXUS Technical Training Brake Booster Basic Booster The basic principle of the brake booster is pressure differential. When Operation vacuum is applied to both sides of the piston, the piston is pushed to the right by the spring and remains there. Control Valve Closed When vacuum is applied to both sides of the piston, the piston is pushed to the right by the spring. When atmospheric air is allowed into chamber B the piston starts to compress the spring, due to the difference in pressure, and moves to the left. This causes the piston rod to move the piston of the master cylinder, generating hydraulic pressure. Control Valve Open When atmospheric air is allowed into chamber (A), the piston starts to compress the spring due to the difference in pressure. Booster Air Valve In the OFF position, the Air Valve (connected to the Valve Operating Operation Rod) is pulled to the right by the Air Valve Return Spring. The Control Valve is pushed to the left by the Control Valve Spring. This causes the Air Valve to contact the Control Valve. Therefore, the atmospheric air that passes through the air cleaner element is prevented from entering the Variable Pressure Chamber. Section 5 The piston’s Vacuum Valve is separated from the Control Valve in this position, providing an opening between passage A and passage B. Since there is always vacuum in the Constant Pressure Chamber, the opening allows vacuum into the Variable Pressure Chamber. As a result, the piston is pushed to the right by the piston return spring. Booster Air Valve Brakes Not Applied The Vacuum Valve is open allowing vacuum on both sides of the booster piston. In the ON position, when the brake pedal is depressed, the Valve Operating Rod pushes the Air Valve to the left. The Control Valve which is pushed against the Air Valve by the Control Valve Spring, moves to the left until it touches the Vacuum Valve. This blocks off the opening between passage A and passage B (Constant Pressure Chamber (A) and Variable Pressure Chamber (B)). Booster Air Valve Brakes Applied The vacuum valve is closed, cutting off the vacuum source to the variable pressure chamber....

Dual Rate (DR) Vacuum Brake Booster - TRW

The Dual Rate vacuum system is similar to conventional systems in operation. The main difference from the standard booster is that the effective area of the Dual Rate device is divided into two parts. This effects the required area change during actuation. Dual Rate The system design leads to two slope changes in the control area of the characteristic curve (shown in the middle chart at right). This is an advantage, since this gives the driver a progressive pedal feel in an emergency. When loaded to a given point (stress increase in the reaction disc) the outer ring (DR-Sleeve) is displaced relative to the core area of the ratio disc. The start of the relative movement is determined by the pre-load force of the Dual Rate spring. This force can be set to match customer requirements. The first knee point should occur at about 35 to 40 bar of master cylinder pressure. The second knee point occurs when the external pressure area, which is determined by the Dual Rate sleeve, abuts the carrier step of the valve body. This point on the pressure or effective area, originally determined by the ratio disc alone, extends into the external annular area of the valve body (servo area) and becomes virtually an integral part of the vacuum piston. The actual boost ratio of the Dual Rate now takes effect. The characteristic curve remains at this boost ratio right up to the power run-out knee point. The distance between these two points is determined by the gap between the DR-Sleeve and valve body and the rate of the DR-spring. The smaller the gap the lower the spring rate the closer the two knee points. The above description applies to the standard boost curve test, with a pressure build rate of 20 ± 10 bar/s. The properties of the Dual Rate curve can only be fully displayed at this actuation speed. Fast actuation shifts the curve to the right, i.e. pressure lag occurs also in this case. The ratio change is then less noticeable. www.trwauto.com ...

Resume Samples - CCO - Purdue University

The resumes below are provided as examples to help you create your own resume. 1. Freshman Resume Sample – Page 2 2. Athlete Resume Sample – Page 3 3. Nursing Resume Sample – Page 4 4. John Purdue, Freshman Year – Page 6 5. John Purdue, Sophomore Year – Page 7 6. John Purdue, Junior Year – Page 8 7. John Purdue, Senior Year – Page 9 8. Functional Resume Sample – Page 10 Barbara Cook bcook@purdue.edu Present Address 2243 U.S. HWY.52 W West Lafayette, IN 47906 Permanent Address 789 Boiler Street Michigan City, Indiana 46360 Objective: To obtain an entry level position or internship for the summer, fall or winter Education: Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN May 2015 Bachelor of Science in Movement and Sports Sciences Minor: Organization Leadership and Supervision Sparkman High School, Harvest, AL, May 2011 Professional Experience: John Purdue Club, Host/Intern, West Lafayette, IN August 2011-Present  Conducted research on current members  Brainstormed and planned John Purdue Club events  Updated biographical information on current members through email and phone interviews Mary Kay, Independent Consultant, Michigan City, IN October 2009-July 2011  Sold products totaling $1000 in a single event  Advertised events through word of mouth to regular receive 25 people at each event. Eddy’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill, Waitress, Michigan City, IN  Trained new employees to handle restaurant transactions  Provided quality service to satisfy the needs of customers  Audited orders to ensure order accuracy June 2010-August 2010 Ashraf H. Hanna, Receptionist, Michigan City, IN May 2009-August 2009  Assessed patients’ well-being by testing vital signs and asking questions  Created a computerized system of patients’ charts by making all paper charts electronic  Properly answered medical questions in person and on the phone Activities and Honors Student Leadership Retreat Lafayette Urban Ministry (volunteer) 2007 U.S. Open Swim (volunteer) 2006 A.H. Ismail Center (volunteer) 2006 Certified Red Cross Volunteer President Education Award Purdue Pete ppete@purdue.edu (765) 123-4567 Current Address: 000 Andrew Place Apt ABC West Lafayette, IN 47906 OBJECTIVE: Permanent Address: 9999 Indian Wells Tr. Town, OH 45385 To obtain a full time position to employ engineering concepts, critical thinking techniques, and structural knowledge. EDUCATION: Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering: May 2012 TECHNICAL SKILLS: AutoCAD: 2D and 3D design and drafting IronCAD: 3D Solid modeling MATLAB: Programming tool used to solve complex calculations INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS: Purdue University, Division I Varsity Football Team Awarded a full, endowed scholarship      2010-Present Fall 2011 Devoted 35+ hours per week to athletics in addition to holding a full time student standing Exercised leadership skills along with practicing self-discipline on and off the field Practiced excellent teamwork skills and a strong work ethic by promoting comraderie Reacted to complex situations quickly and effectively Implemented large amounts of commitment and responsibility towards fellow players and coaches through genuine respect and dedication WORK EXPERIENCE: Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex, Lafayette, IN  Consulted with and helped promote multiple group functions  Motivated employees to create a more productive work environment Rowden Lawn Care, Bellbrook, OH  Delegated tasks and oversaw 3 employees  Ensured client satisfaction through effective communication COMMUNITY SERVICE:  Gentle Giants: Read stories and interacted with elementary school kids  Shoes for Haiti: Collected and donated shoes for kids and adults in Haiti  Toys for Tots: Helped organize and collect toys for children overseas May-August 2011 May-August 2008 May 2010 April 2009 March 2008 Emily Mauzy Vogel Current Address 123 North Street West Lafayette, IN 47906 cook@purdue.edu 123.456.789 Permanent Address 456 University Lane Schaumburg, IL 60168 Objective: To obtain a full time position as a Registered Nurse in a neonatal intensive care unit Education Purdue University, School of Nursing Bachelor of Science, Major: Nursing, May 2012 GPA: 3.80 / 4.00 (Dean’s each semester) West Lafayette, IN Neonatal Nursing Experience Community Hospital North Indianapolis, IN Clinical experience for class Nursing 409: Senior Capstone July 2011 - Current Devoted 100 hours in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit while assisting a Registered Nurse Completed physical assessments of neonates and provided other patient needs under the direct guidance of Registered Nurse Northwestern Memorial Hospital Student Nurse Extern Worked alongside a Registered Nurse on a general medicine floor for 8 weeks Observed in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for one twelve hour shift Chicago, IL June 2011- July 2011 Community Hospital North Indianapolis, IN Clinical experience for class Nursing 312: Nursing of Childbearing Families August 2010 - December 2010 Provided physical assessments of laboring and postpartum mothers and cared for newborn infants Observed in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Indianapolis Sanatorio Sudeste Marcos Juarez, Argentina Volunteer December 2010 Watched a caesarian section at a hospital in a rural town in Argentina and performed newborn assessment Adjusted to cultural differences and learned to appreciate the healthcare available in the United States Leadership Experience Heritage Nursing Home West Lafayette, IN Clinical experience for class Nursing 437: Clinical Leadership Development August 2010 - May 2011 Conducted prioritizing activities with sophomore students on how manage their patient assignments Acted as a role model for therapeutic communication and safe care Purdue University School of Nursing Student Council West Lafayette, IN President (Fall 2010), Secretary (Fall 2009- Spring 2010) and Student Representative (Fall 2008 - Spring 2009) Organized a variety of social functions for Nursing students, such as the Freshman Picnic and the Nurses’ Ball Solicit ideas and opinions from the Nursing student body and present those ideas and opinions to the council Purdue University College of Health and Human Sciences Ambassador West Lafayette, IN Member August 2011 - Current Act as a representative of the Nursing student body at official University functions Interact with potential students to encourage enrollment in the College of Health and Human Sciences Purdue University School of Nursing Ambassador West Lafayette, IN Member August 2010 - Current Serve as a representative of the Nursing student body at official Nursing School and University functions Converse with potential and current Nursing students, Nursing faculty and staff, and Nursing alumnae at various functions Purdue Student Nurses Association at Purdue University West Lafayette, IN Vice President (Fall 2010) August 2008 - Current Attended various presentations by guest speakers to discuss topics related to nursing and various fields of nursing practice Other Nursing & Clinical Experience Northwestern Memorial Hospital Chicago, IL Patient Care Technician August 2011- Current Individually assigned to care for ten patients on general medicine floor Assessed vital signs, checked blood sugars, performed phlebotomy and EKG’s and other patient needs and record results on electronic charts Chicago Marathon Chicago, IL Student Nurse Volunteer October 2010 Cared for runners with hypothermia, cramps, sprained ankles, and sore knees at one of the Medical Tents located at the finish line Logansport State Hospital Clinical experience for class Nursing 304: Psychosocial Nursing Logansport, IN January 2011- May 2011 ...

first year student sample resume - University Career Services - The ...

FIRST YEAR STUDENT SAMPLE RESUME Evan Reese ereese@email.unc.edu (919) 464-5555 School Address 147 B Craige North Chapel Hill, NC 27514 OBJECTIVE A summer internship with a non-profit organization. EDUCATION University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill First Year Student, expected graduation May 2014 David W. Butler High School, Class of 2009 GPA 4.5, Ranked in top 5% of class HONORS RELATED EXPERIENCE Best Buy Scholarship, awarded for demonstrating academic excellence and community service Volunteer Tutor, Feb 2008-Mar 2009 Project Elevation, Charlotte, NC Summers · Assisted non-native English speaking residents develop conversational language skills. · Helped create lesson plans to facilitate learning. · Exposed immigrants to local customs and cultures. Mission Volunteer, Jun 2007-Aug 2007 Baja Missions, Various Cities, Mexico · Travelled to Ensenada, Vicente Guerro, and Chapultepec Mexico during 6-week trip. · Assisted team leaders distribute resources and materials to local villages. · Utilized Spanish-speaking skills to effectively communicate. ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE Scooper, Apr 2006-Oct 2006 Rita’s Water Ice, Charlotte, NC · Provided friendly customer service in family environment. · Handled cash transactions and balanced the register nightly. · Monitored inventory and assisted with reordering inventory. UNC Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow, Fall 2009-present High School Senior Board, 08-09 Student Body President, 07-08 ACTIVITIES Habitat For Humanity National Honors Society Varsity Soccer Team, 3 years REFERENCES Available upon request Home Address 6216 Roam Lane Charlotte, NC 28227 INTERNSHIP SAMPLE RESUME Kyle Chase • 3 Dumford Court • Durham, CH • 27703 • (919) 555-5555 • kchase@unc.edu OBJECTIVE To obtain an internship within the media industry. EDUCATION University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill B.A. in Communication Studies, May 2013 Media Studies & Production concentration GPA: 3.24 RELATED COURSE/PROJECT WORK Audio, Video, Film Production and Writing •Studied various film and screen-writing templates and approaches. Narrative Production •Created storyboards, scripts and filmed and edited three short films. Interactive Media •Learned design basics; used Adobe Photoshop, Flash, ActionScript, and Dream weaver to create interactive websites. RELATED EXPERIENCE Social Media Intern Myth Marketing, San Antonio TX, May 2009-August 2009 • Assisted start up company with establishing online presence utilizing web 2.0 technology. • Created and maintained daily blog and Twitter account to promote marketing services and increase visibility to potential clients. ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE Administrative Assistant Douglas and Matcovsy, LLC. Chapel Hill NC, Sept 2008 – May 2009 • Demonstrated attention to detail skills while completing clerical tasks such as filing, typing, mass mailings and data entry. Cashier North Carolina Museum of Life and Science, Durham, NC, April 2007– Sept 2007 • Assisted with customer relations and sales in gift shop. • Balanced register nightly and ensured accuracy of deposits. Volunteer North Carolina Museum of Life and Science, Durham, NC, June 2004 – April 2007 • Performed field research for the National Resources Action Team grant. • Presented science activities and animals to children both at the museum and at school and community functions. ACTIVITIES UNC-CH Ballroom Dance Team, Fall 2008-Present MASALA Multicultural Organization, Fall 2008-Present TECHNICAL SKILLS SQL, Dreamweaver, Web 2.0 applications (Twitter, Linkedin, blogging), MS Office Conversational Spanish skills REFERENCES Available upon request DOUBLE MAJOR SAMPLE RESUME Dana Patrice Brooks dbrooks@email.unc.edu Cell Phone: (919) 555-5555 120 Franklin Oaks Road Chapel Hill, NC 27695 Objective: To attain a summer internship where I can apply and further develop my analytical and problem-solving skills. Education: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A. Economics, Second Major in History, May 2010 Cumulative GPA 3.22, Economics GPA 3.6, History GPA.3.2 Honors: Dean’s List 3 semesters National Society of Collegiate Scholars Cum Laude Society (inducted 2008) Related Experience: Intern, Correspondence Department Summer 2008 Barack Obama For President Chapel Hill, NC • Used communication skills to inform the public about candidate’s political positions and latest news through both email and mail. • Kept track of letters and emails received and ensured they were responded to quickly and accurately. • Collected and reported amount of incoming emails relating to particular topics or policies as well as addressed specific concerns (usually over 1300 emails/day). • Sorted and delivered internal mail, bills, checks, and packages. Vice Chair, UNC-CH Honor Court March 2006-May 2008...

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