Brian Preza

Brian Preza


Scholarship Cadet at Fordham University Reserve Officers Training Corps, 2nd Cadet Command Brigade. Excels in leadership and control of personnel, as is the basis of US Army Officers Training. Excellent interpersonal skills, having experience in many different fields involving interaction with customers.Extensive knowledge of many of New York's hidden gems, legends, and everyday know-how. Easily trained and eager to learn. Very high energy personality, very friendly and approachable. Young and Enthusiastic, and Extremely motivated and Passionate about the History and Culture of New York City.


-New York City Toursim

-Sights and History of New York City

-Sports of New York City

-International Cultures and Languages

-Hidden Gems of New York City


·To obtain a position at a prominent Sightseeing Tour Company as a Tour Guide, so that I may share my love and knowledge of New York City with tourists from around the world

Work History

Work History
May 2011 - Present


Pier 40 Boathouse

-Popular Tourist Attraction

-Interaction with tourists from around the world


-Patrol and Rescue

Jan 2007 - Jun 2009


Catholic Youth Organization

-Assisted in Direction of Sporting Events at Track Meets

-Registering Athletes for Events

Jun 2006 - Aug 2007


Eger Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center

-Assisted Residents in the use of Computers;

-Maintained Computer -Room;-Handling and distributing mail;

-Assisting residents and physicians with physical therapy;

-Newsletter compilation and;

-Transporting and visiting with residents, and assisting with story time, BINGO games, and meal service/preparation.


Sep 2010 - Present

Pace University

Working towards a B.A. in Business Management, anticipated Graduation in June 2014.



Knowledge of New York City

Deep and in-depth understanding of all aspects of New York City. Scored a 115 on the New York City DCA Sightseeing Guide Exam.

Leadership/Personel Management

Years of leadership experience and volunteer opportunities that have helped me develop communication, problem solving, and interpersonal skills. Army Officers are trained in career fields ranging from communication and personnel management to finance and logistics. In the Reserve Officers Training Program,  I have learned how to exhibit self-discipline, initiative, confidence and intelligence, in addition to being physically fit and calm under pressure. Officer training with emphasis on leading and controlling large groups of people.

Russian Language

Instructed in Russian as a graduation requirement in High School, and passed the NY State Russian Regents Exam with a score of 98/100. As part of the curriculum, I was not only taught the language but immersed in the culture, and part of the Regents Exam was to write an essay in Russian and to hold a conversation in Russian.   Literacy - 9/10 Verbal - 4/10