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I am currently looking for a career in the electronics fields with a company that i can grow with and put my skills and knowledge to use in the technologies of the future. I hope to continue my education in the near future looking to obtain a bachelors degree in electronics engineering and possibly a masters degree. I would like to also further my qualifications by obtaining certifications in various fields related to my occupational interests.


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My name is Jason Drew. I've recently graduated with honors from ITT-Technical Institute where I obtained an Associate in Occupational Studies Degree in the field of Computer Electronics Technology. I recently spent 6 years in the Alabama Army National Guard as an Electronics Technician, working in the field of communications repair. I was responsible for the repair and maintenance of my units radios and other electronics equipment  and well as daily unit operations.


Cliffton Lackey

Professor at ITT-Technical Institute

sean Bourke

Assistant Dean and Professor at ITT-Technical Institute

Timothy Mather

Dean and professor at ITT-Technical Institute.



Sep 2007Dec 2009

Associate of Occupational Studies

ITT-Technical Institute

Graduated with Honors

Objectives: This program helps graduates begin to prepare for careers in a variety of entry-level positions in many fields of electronics and computer technology, such as aviation, communications, computers, consumer products, defense and research and development. The program acquaints students with certain circuits, systems and specialized techniques used in electronics and computer technology career fields and exposes students to a combination of classroom theory and practical application in a laboratory environment.

School Equipment: In laboratory, students typically work in teams. Students will have the opportunity to use the following school equipment as required throughout the program: computers, applications programs relevant to the field, standard hand tools and various pieces of test equipment which include the multimeter, power supply, oscilloscope and signal generator. Other types of specialized test equipment may be available for student use in various individual applications.

Program Outline:

To view a list of the course descriptions, please click here.

General Cources: GE117 Composition I, GE127 College Mathematics I, GE184 Problem Solving, GE192 College Mathematics II, GE217 Composition II, GE253 Physics, GE273 Microeconomics, GE347 Group Dynamics,

Core Courses:

ET115 DC Electronics, ET145 AC Electronics, ET215 Electronic Devices I, ET225 Networking Concepts, ET245 Electronic Devices II, ET255 Digital Electronics I, ET275 Electronic Communications Systems I,

ET285 Digital Electronics II, ET315 Electronic Communications Systems II, ET345 Control Systems,

ET355 Microprocessors, ET365 Computer and Electronics Capstone Project, IT104 Introduction to Computer Programming,

Technical Basic Courses :

TB133 Strategies for the Technical Professional, TB143 Introduction to Personal Computers,

TB332 Professional Procedures and Portfolio Development


Comsec/Radio Repair

High Tech RTS-M

SCOPE: Performs Direct Support, General Support and Depot level maintenance on tactical and semi-fixed radio communication systems. Maintain and troubleshoot communications equipment using flow charts and schematics Calibrate electronics using manual techniques and computer  diagnosis software. Repair COMSEC equipment by replacing pluggable assemblies at the Direct Support Level

SPECIAL INFORMATION: Phase I consist of 7 weeks of Basic Electronics Training (BET).  Phase II consist of 2 weeks of improved high frequency radio (IHFR) repair.  Phase III consist of 2 weeks of single channel ground - airborne radio systems (SINCGARS) repair.  Phase IV consist of 3 weeks of communication security (COMSEC) equipment repair.


PHASE I Basic Electronics Training (BET):  7 Weeks PHASE II IHFR:  2 Weeks PHASE III SINCGARS:  2 Weeks PHASE IV COMSEC:  3 Weeks


Work experience

Dec 2007Present

Package Handler


tasked with the proper handling of customers packages to ensure their safe arrival duties include but ar not limited to:

--unloading packages from shipping trailors

--load shipping trailors with packages

-- assist in quality assurance with proper handling of any and all packages i personally handle

-- ensure safe opperations as a member of the safety commity

--work as a member of the team assisting others with heavy and or awkwardly shaped packages

Oct 2001Nov 2007

COMSEC/Radio Repair Technician

Army National Guard

--maintain and repair unit communications equipment using detailed schematics and a variety of diagnostic equipment

-- work with team members to complete daily unit duties

--maintain assigned equipment

--train unit members in the operations of their assigned communications equipment

--set up and preform schedualed training classes

--preform a multitude of various other tasks.

Apr 2004Aug 2007

Assistant Manager

American Lube Fast

-- Manage and assist with the management of automotive maintenance shop

-- Preform a variety of  preventative maintenance services and checks of customers vehicles

-- Train and supervise team members in daily duties

-- Educate customers in the proper maintenance of their vehicles

-- Maintain current knowledge of automotive service standards

-- Handle inventory records, daily service records, and various reports to upper managment

-- Order and restock inventory

-- Various other duties during daily activities


RF Communications
Skilled in use, set up, installation, maintenance, repair, and training of a variety of communications equipment.
Able to read detailed electronics schematics, trace current, and identify components
Diognostic Equipment
skilled in the use of a variety of diagnostics equipment including but not limited to: Multimeters, Oscilloscopes, Power Supplies, Frequency Counters, Frequency Generators, Ect