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Desired Industry: Business/Management SpiderID: 42653
Desired Job Location: Kansas City, Missouri Date Posted: 9/2/2010
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: As soon as needed
Desired Wage: $30,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: New Grad/Entry Level Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
My current goal is to attain a business opportunity in the Kansas City, Mo. area that matches my skills and interests. I have experience in working for various organizations including the American Cancer Society, Library of Congress, U.S. Senator Ben Nelson, and the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History. Specific interests include public relations/communications and nonprofit work but also very open to others. I have strong writing and communication skills as well as traveling experience both locally, nationally and internationally.


Experience:
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer (MSABC) Caller, July 2010-Present
American Cancer Society, Kansas City, Missouri
• Cold call Greater Kansas City area organizations to recruit for MSABC event
• Work with recruited teams to complete MSABC event
• Assist with MSABC kick-off breakfast and MSABC event

Office Operations Assistant, September 2009-April 2010
Library of Congress Public Affairs Office, Washington, D.C.
• Compiled webcasts and press releases to be viewed on official Library of Congress website
• Submitted 13 articles to three different Library of Congress publications
• Posted Library of Congress events on official Facebook page
• Wrote chapter summaries for Read.gov’s Exquisite Corpse Adventure Game
• Completed projects given by Director of Communications

Intern, January-August 2009
U.S. Senator Ben Nelson, Lincoln, Nebraska
• Answered constituent calls and relayed their opinions to the Senator
• Conducted research projects assigned by Internship Supervisors
• Attended official functions with District Manager
• Entered scheduling requests and casework
• Opened office and assisted in compiling daily call sheets

Student Assistant, August 2006-August 2009
Nebraska Wesleyan University Student Life Office, Lincoln, Nebraska
• Answered questions of students, parents, faculty, and community members
• Completed projects given by Dean of Students, Assistant Dean of Students, and Assistant to the Dean of Students
• Kept an accurate record of student health forms for incoming students
• Developed student employee handbook

Intern, September-December 2008
Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History Office of Public Affairs, Washington, D.C.
• Wrote weekly media reports and compiled media clips for media archives
• Answered phones, recorded messages, and directed questions to the appropriate person or place
• Compiled press kits for museum’s reopening
• Escorted film crews throughout museum and assisted with press previews and media events
• Wrote press releases of upcoming exhibitions to be viewed on official Smithsonian website

Student Caller, September 2006-December 2007
Nebraska Wesleyan University Admissions Office, Lincoln, Nebraska
• Called and reminded prospective students of upcoming events, deadlines, and scholarship opportunities
• Answered questions of prospective students and parents


Education:
Nebraska Wesleyan University
Lincoln, Nebraska
Bachelor of Science
May 2009
Major: Communication Studies with Specialization in Public Relations
GPA: 3.5/4.0

Nebraska Wesleyan University Cultural Immersion Experience
Thailand and Cambodia
Summer 2009

American University in Bulgaria Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria
International Student Exchange Program Spring 2008


Skills:
• Communication Skills
Strong interpersonal and intercultural communication, strong verbal and written communication abilities
• Technical Competencies
Macintosh computers, Microsoft Office Word 2007 and Microsoft Works, Microsoft Office PowerPoint, Novell GroupWise
• Other Characteristics
Detail oriented, flexible, organized, respectful, fast learner, works excellent in a team, dependable, knowledge of Associated Press style guidelines, experience traveling domestically and internationally


Additional Information:
HONORS & ACTIVITIES
• Willard Sorority, Fall 2005-Spring 2009
• Willard Sorority, Sorority with Highest GPA, 2008, 2009
• Dean’s List, Fall 2008
• Capitol Hill Internship Program, Fall 2008
• American Cancer Society Relay for Life, Spring 2009
• Student Admissions Ambassador, Fall 2007-Spring 2009
• Masonic Youth Leadership Council, Job’s Daughters, Spring 2007-Fall 2008
• Willard Sorority, Courtesy Chair, 2006; House Manager, 2007
• Buildings and Grounds Committee, Student Affairs Senate, 2006
• Miss Nebraska Job’s Daughter, Job’s Daughters, June 2005-June 2006

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
• Second Saturdays, National Community Church, Washington, D.C., December 2009-March 2010
• Mirror Art Foundation, Chiang Rai, Thailand, Summer 2009
• Heartland Big Brothers Big Sisters, Fall 2006-Summer 2009
• Willard Sorority – various philanthropies, Fall 2005-Spring 2009
• Huntington Pen Pal, Fall 2006-Fall 2007
• Make-A-Wish Foundation, Fall 2005-Fall 2007


Reference:
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