Grantham University (correspondence college), Slidell, LA
Recognition: Dean's list. GPA approximately 3.8.
Associate's degree in Computer Science awarded 2003.
Enrolled in Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program.
College courses in Java, Visual Basic, C, C++, Calculus, Microsoft Office, and more.
High school diploma awarded from home school.
Have been using computers for about a decade.
Experience with MS-DOS, as well as Windows 3.1, 95, 98, and XP operating systems.
Created several web pages.
Webmaster of personal website (with dozens of pages) for four years.
Experience with programming languages TADS and HTML.
McDonald's, Waters, MI. Supervisor: Assistant Manager Jennifer Ohsowski
Crew: July 11, 2000 - July 23, 2001
Crew Trainer: July 23, 2001 - July 24, 2002
Shift Manager: July 24, 2002 - May 29, 2003
Recognition: "Crew Member of the Month" for December 2000. One perfect performance review.
Mostly responsible for training crew (with two crew trainers assisting), and unloading delivery trucks. Partially responsible for point-of-purchase advertising, changing grease vats, troubleshooting some computer and register difficulties, taking inventory, counting out, keeping store well-stocked, and supervising crew.
Passed ServSafe sanitation and food safety course.
Annual Canoe Marathon, Grayling, MI
Assistant Webmaster (unpaid, informal) for several years.
Supervisor: Webmaster Ken Wright
Updated race times on official race website over the night as new times came in over the amateur radio (have had an amateur radio license since 1996). Did this the entire duration of the race in 2002, freeing Ken Wright completely for other race-related duties.
First Baptist Church of Frederic, Frederic, MI
Started attending autumn 1994
Pastor: Doctor Dale Hammond
Rarely miss a Sunday service. Vacation Bible School scorekeeper for several years. Created a spreadsheet to make this more efficient and accurate.
Grayling Aikido and Karate, Grayling, MI
Started spring 2000
Instructor: Sensei Gary Hasson
Black belt. Usually lead opening warm-up. Make special effort to teach lower ranked members.