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I have spent my entire life trying to prepare myself for my future. I believe that today is the best time to learn something new. I spend my free time learning on my own, and have spent the years since graduating high school working towards my degree. During college I have worked for Crowder to help recruit students, spent a summer working for the Oklahoma Horizon TV station and spent over a year shadowing and interning the universities professional photographer. I have worked hard to gain the experience I need to get out of college with an optimum job position. My current goals are to finish obtaining my masters degree, in agricultural communications. After receiving my degree, I plan on using skills and experiences I learned so that I can help educate the world about agriculture.

Work experience

Aug 2008Present

Intern, Student

Oklahoma State Univeristy
As a student I have had the chance to work at two wonderful internships. One with the agricultural communication services were I worked as a photo technician. I took photos, organized photos and edited photos that would run in university publications. I also worked at Oklahoma Horizon were I shoot video and update their web page.
Aug 2008Present


The Daily O'Collegian
At the Daily O'Colly I have worked as a photographer, senior photographer and a photo editor. I work for the paper and take shots of activities, portraits and sporting events.
May 2008Present

Resident Assistant

Oklahoma State University
I currently work for the OSU residential life department as a Resident Assistant. I live on the floor of around 35 students, and I am their for them. I make sure they follow polices as well as make sure they are doing good. This job has opened my eyes up on how everybody needs to be treated equal and has also let me establish my oral communication skills.
Aug 2006May 2008

Farm Intern

Crowder College
I worked as an intern on the Crowder college farm. I did work that ranged from bulding fence to feeding cattle. As I was doing this the farm manager, Jay Wilkens, taught me things that I would have never learned had I not worked for him.




Oklahoma State University

Associates of Art

Crowder College