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My Pseudo-Resume

10.13.2004

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Typical Cover Letter Points:
From writing instruments to timepieces; history to art; architecture to engineering; and philosophy to computers…my passions cover a broad range of topics and ideas. I studied architecture in my first years of high school and progressed to mechanical engineering; even helping teach along side the instructor my senior year. My interests in art carried me into industrial design and almost earned me a spot on the patent paperwork for a part I designed while working as a summer draftsmen when I was seventeen. My passion in computers and how people used them took over that same summer. I went from my first office job at fifteen helping in basic computer tasks to now supporting 30 employees and the company’s computer infrastructure.

My current job responsibilities are: helping our employees, working with clients on incentive programs, creating a department budget, creating corporate policies while maintaining the computer security and technology backbone of our company.

My free time is divided between reading books –ranging from classics, to reference- and volunteering at a Library & Museum. I am the corporate Vice President for the Library & Museum and my responsibilities cover: developing a strategic business plan, organizing the public relations committee and chairing director’s meetings when the President is absent.

Objective:
Positions in business and information systems, where I can use my extensive computer experience, communication skills and business knowledge to act as a technological liaison between users, technical staff and clients; while helping maintain and refine current business processes.

Education:
1998 – Present: University

  • BS in Management Information Systems / Minor in Economics & Operations Management
  • Expected graduation Fall 2007

1995-1997: Community College

  • Associates in Science
  • GPA 3.0 overall

Professional Experience:
Vice President / Board Member
February 2004 – Present: Library & Museum

  • Develop and maintain current strategic business plans
  • Coordinate and conduct meetings with the board of directors
  • Oversee the public relations committee and it’s press releases

Network Administrator / Systems Analyst
May 2001 – Present: Marketing/Advertising Agency

  • Maintain corporate infrastructure
  • Develop and maintain business resumption plan
  • Conduct new user training sessions and orientation of new employees
  • Administer corporate security policies
  • Develop efficiency and enterprise project management solutions

IT Internship / PC Support Level II
June 2000 – May 2001: Automotive Supplier

  • Supported 300 users at branch location
  • Maintained user equipment: computers, PDAs, printers
  • Helped level I support with advanced questions

Technology Editor / Web Editor
January 1999 – January 2000: College Newspaper

  • Maintained and designed newspaper’s web site
  • Composed columns for both print and online edition of newspaper

MIS Assistant
May 1999 – June 2000: HR/Benefit Services Company

  • Designed, develop and maintain company Intranet
  • Conducted new user training sessions and orientation of new employees
  • Administered corporate security policies through firewall

Network Administrator / Summer Intern
Summer 1997: Global Engineering Company

  • Designed, develop and maintain company Intranet
  • Configured PC’s for network, installed new software and trained users on OS and software

Design Engineer / Summer Intern
Summer 1996: Global Engineering Company

  • Developed two new parts for prototype product
  • Participated in meetings illustrating importance of new part concepts

Draftsmen / Summer Intern
Summer 1995: Global Engineering Company

  • Maintained blueprints for current and archived part assemblies
  • Created changes to part assembly blueprints as directed by manager

Help Desk / Summer Intern
Summer 1994: Global Engineering Company

  • Created and maintained Access based database to track software licenses
  • Installed new software and hardware on existing PC’s with daily user interaction
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