Joey Marsh

Joey Marsh


I grew up in Bruno Saskatchewan, a small farming community about 45 minutes east of Saskatoon. Here I was raised  an only child, with the exception of two step brothers. Currently I am enrolled in the Criminal Justice program at Lethbridge College; after completing the two year diploma I would like to continue my education at the University of Saskatchewan to earn my degree.


I enjoy every aspect of cars and engines; whether it be driving, repairing, or even racing them. I am the type of vehicle owner who washes his car every day, and waxes it every month. I refuse to let someone else service my car, in my opinion that is the best part of being a proud owner.

Work History

Work History
Feb 2008 - Jul 2010


Humboldt A & W
  • Supervised part-time staff
  • Trained new staff
  • Demonstrated customer service
  • Transferred funds
  • Operated cash registers accurately 
  • Prepared meals
  • Maintained proper food-safety standards

Owner: Debra Siermachesky (306)-682-0722

Sep 2006 - Jun 2010


Y.E.S Team

Y.E.S team (youth empowerment stratagies) is a volunteer based group that promotes anti-drug lifestyles.

The Y.E.S team also encourages healthy eating; volunteers ran a concession stand during lunch, selling fruits along with other healthy choices.


Sep 2010 - Present

Criminal Justice

Lethbridge College

"Our intensive, two-year diplomawill give you the skills and knowledge you need to make an impact in this vital field. You’ll learn from qualified instructors with real policing experience, covering topics ranging from criminal and procedural law to interpersonal skills and criminology. You’ll also gain valuable training learning about interviewing, courtroom procedures, conflict management, and investigative techniques." -Lethbridge College

Aug 2003 - Jun 2010

High School

Bruno School




Excellent in most areas of mathematics including algebra and calculus.

Problem Solving

From mechanical issues to a simple math question, I thrive off solving problems. I am always looking for a new and exciting challenge to overcome.

Customer Service

As I progressed through high school  I always had a part-time job. Working at the local A and W allowed me to enhance my communication and customer service skills in everyday interactions. I soon learned being polite and showing a simple smile goes a long way.




Debra Siermachesky