Eric Snyder

Eric Snyder

Work History

Work History
Jul 2005 - Present

Academic Counselor

Apollo Group, Inc.

Provided academic advisement and services for all new and continuing students (600+ students load) throughout a student’s academic program while serving as a liaison between the student and the University with regard to university policies and procedures; worked on retention and active percentages as well as scheduled students and dealt with all academic issues arising in a student’s career.Developed strategies to increase retention; ran reports for special projects.


Jan 2002 - Dec 2004



  • National Dean’s List
  • Psi Chi Academic Honor Society
  • University of Louisiana-Monroe Outstanding Academic Scholarship
  • Spirit of the Bayou
  • Papa John’s Scholar
  • Union Board Outstanding Public Relations Member
  • Top Twelve “Men of ULM”
  • President’s List (LA Tech)
  • LA Tech Senator of the Year


  • Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity (Secretary, Rush Chairman, Social Chairman, Pledge Educator)
  • Circle K International (President, Vice President)
  • Greek Council (Athenian Chairman)
  • Student Government Association (College Senator, Student Court Justice)
  • International Student Association (Student Rights Coordinator)
  • PREP 2001 Orientation Staff
  • Union Board
  • President of a political organization
  • American Psychological Association (APA) member
  • American Psychological Society member
  • Southwestern Psychological Association member



Microsoft Office Applications

Multiple trainings on Microsoft Office applications including: MS Outlook 2007 and older versions MS Excel 2007 and older versions MS Word 2007 and older versions MS Access MS Project


Familiar with basic functions of Oracle systems.  Use of this system was on a company-specific level.


Level of proficiency explained below:   At the intermediate level, users are able to refashion and combine learned material to meet their immediate communication and learning needs.  They are able to comprehend information on familiar topics in contextualized settings and produce sustained conversation with others on an expanding variety of general topics.  However, typically they are unable to sustain coherent structures in longer utterances or unfamiliar situations. Users can purchase and describe familiar equipment, negotiate an agreement or terms of employment, establish professional contacts, deal with official procedures (visas, customs), and give advice and make suggestions concerning health and safety.  Inaccuracies or interference from other languages are common, and structural complexity may interfere with comprehension.  At this level users can understand and use 2,000 or more vocabulary items, most verb tenses and basic sentence structures. This may be an appropriate minimum target level for those whose work involves them in extensive contact with foreign colleagues, customers or counterparts, in activities such as handling customer inquiries or participating more fully in business meetings and discussions –e.g., technical or research personnel and senior administrators.



Raniah Abd al Fattah, MAED

University of Phoenix Online

Dubai Knowledge Village

Block 3, First Floor

Al Sufouh Road, Jumeira

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Gina Vermuth, MBA

University of Phoenix – Dallas Campus

1707 Market Place Blvd. #100


Irving, TX 75063

Melvin De la Cruz

600 Las Vegas Blvd., Suite 750

Las Vegas, NV 89101