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My name is George Edward Goss Jr. I am from a small island named Wadmalaw, which is about ten minutes from downtown, Charleston. I was born on September 23, 1990 (Libra) to Mr. and Mrs. George E. Goss Sr. I graduated number 6 of my high school class.

Work experience

Jul 2008Present

Customer Service

Piggly Wiggly
Mar 2007Jun 2008

Customer Service

Jan 2006Feb 2007

Customer Service



Jul 2009Present

College of Charleston
  • Expected Graduation Date: May 2013
  • Intended Major: Chemistry
  • Intended Minor: Computer Science
Aug 2005Jun 2009

High School Diploma

Saint John's High School
  • Honor Graduate
  • Science Club Member all four years
  • Member of the National Honor Society
  • Kiawah and Seabrook Island Student of the Month (March 2009)
  • Number 6 of graduating Class
  • 3.67 gpa


Cello Playing
In elementary school, i was introduced to the string insrument: Cello. I was a natural with it. I played in numerous concerts and went from programs such as S.P.A.C.E. to the James Island Prep Orchestra, where i held first chair.  


Tracy Lyles

Mrs. Lyles was my biology and physical instructor for three of my four years in high school.

Amiee Lassor

Mrs. Lassor is a member of the Communities in Schools progam that helps students with day to day problems and advice giving on random subjects. Her goal at my high school was to decrease the teen pregnancy rate by informing students of saftey measure that can lead to a healthy lifestyle.

Garrett Mann

Mr. Mann has been my mentor and "older brother" for about two years. He and I are part of the "Gentlemen and a Scholar" program funded by MUSC.