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Work experience

May 2010Jul 2010

Cashier

Lowe's

As a cashier, my duties included operating the cash register, cleaning and maintaining the store, and greeting and assisting customers. I had to be knowledgeable not only about my particular work area, but the entire store. 

May 2009Jul 2009

Cashier

Lowe's

As a cashier, my duties included operating the cash register, cleaning and maintaining the store, and greeting and assisting customers. I had to be knowledgeable not only about my particular work area, but the entire store.

Education

Aug 2009Present

Bachelors

University of Alabama
Aug 2005May 2009

Advanced Dipolma

Holtville High School

References

Francisco Paulino

Mr. Paulino has been my direct superior in the Air Force ROTC program for two years. He has been a positive role model in his leadership, management, and work skills.  I learned the most from him when I served as his Deputy Mission Support Group Commander, where he showed me the value of hard work and effective leadership. 

Lisa O'Brien

Mrs. Lisa O'Brien has been a family friend for over 7 years.  She is someone I admire for her work ethic, honestly, and creativity.  Mrs. O'Brien took the initiative to go back to college later in life in order to get her degree to teach Physical Education.  She uses her innovation skills to continue to think of new ways to incorporate exercise into her students lives. 

Jessica Vickery

While I have only known Ms. Vickery a short while, she has proven to be a great role model for professionalism and innovation. The Health Hut was her idea, and it has become a key institution for peer education. Through the Hut I have learned a lot about professionalism, timeliness, and hard work. These are all traits Ms. Vickery holds herself, as well as expects her interns to hold. 

Certifications

Apr 2012Present

ManageFirst: Inventory and Purchasing

National Restaurant Association
Jun 2012Present

ServSafe

National Restaurant Association

Work Sample

Objective

As a future professional, I believe in the power of hard work and learning from one's mistakes.  You can never learn if you don't try or ask questions.  It is important to use your resources, and never be afraid to make mistakes. No matter what, maintaining professionalism and work ethic is key, and with a little perseverance success will come your way.

Summary

My ultimate goal is to be a Dietitian in the United States Air Force. But before this goal can be met, there are several smaller goals that need to be reached. 

     In the short term, my goal is to get into the Coordinated Program at the University of Alabama, and complete my Food and Nutrition degree ready to take my R.D. exam. While doing that, I will be finishing up my Air Force training trough the University of Alabama Air Force ROTC program, and commission as a 2nd Lieutenant when I graduate. However, if I am not able to be a Dietitian in the Air Force I will still get my R.D. license and practice part time while I am in the service. 

     In the long term, I eventually hope to become an Air Force Dietitian. If not, I do intend on continuing my Nutrition education throuhghout my career, and when I get out I will be a practicing Dietitian. 

Awards and Special Recognition

University of Alabama Dean's List: Fall 2009-Fall 2011

Air Force ROTC High School Scholarship

Air Force ROTC Scottish Rite Award for Americanism and Education

Organizations and Activities

From Fall 2009-Present I have been a Cadet in the Air Force ROTC program at the University of Alabama.  This program provides me the leadership training I will need in order to become a commissioned officer in the United States Air Force. Within the program I have held several positions including Mission Support Group Deputy Commander and Force Support Squadron Commander to name a few. These positions have given me the opportunity to develop my leadership, teamwork, and work skills.Through ROTC, I have participated in a number of extra activities.  This includes organizing a 5K Race, ushering at Talladega Super Speedway, volunteer at the local Boys and Girls Club, and a variety of other volunteer activities around Tuscaloosa. 

I am also a Health Hut Intern. This internship is part of the University of Alabama's Project Health Organization which is designed to use peer education to help university students learn about health. The internship requires 4 hours a week operating the hut and weekly meetings.  Each week the hut discusses a different topic and provides information, an activity, and giveaways related to that topic.