Cole Bennett


While gaining education in the Criminal Justice-Policing Program at the Lethbridge College, I have many skills that would be very valuable to the organization. As a student I am under constant pressure to complete deadlines on time, so this gives me experience in dealing and handling stress. In previous jobs, I learned how to multitask by taking and processing customers’ orders. In my past experiences, I have dealt with people on a regular basis, so this gives me good interpersonal skills.


  • Socializing with family and friends
  • Playing sports like badminton, volleyball, baseball, wakeboarding, and tennis
  • Going camping and hiking
  • Reading

Volunteer Experience

  • Refereed Junior B Girls volleyball games            September-November 2010
  • Security for special events                                              January, March, 2012

Work History

Work History
Aug 2011

Lawn Care Technician

  • Built rapport with customers
  • Communicated and worked well with others
  • Worked independently on tasks
Jun 2010 - Apr 2011


Kentucky Fried Chicken
  • Insured accuracy of orders
  • Maintained a clean environment
  • Reconciled cash deposits
Nov 2008 - Apr 2009


Obie's General Mercantile
  • Stocked products
  • Recorded quantity of fuel
  • Scanned products and finished transactions


Sep 2011 - Present


Lethbridge College

The Policing- Criminal Justice Program is a two-year diploma, which gave me the skills and knowledge to make an impact in the criminal justice field.The instructors are very experienced and some of the topics covered were criminal and procedural law, preliminary response, criminology, and diversity issues in law enforcement.



Time Management


Work independtly on tasks

Communicated and worked well with others