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Work experience

Apr 2014Present


Little Caesars

Phoenix, AZ Cashier/Pizza Artisan

Professional Development/Leadership Experience

Volunteer Experience                                                                                          

Hispanic Business Students Association, Tempe, AZ                                                                                   

  • Developed skills in public speaking by talking to over 500 high school students
  • Managed a groups of 20 high school students and aided them in making better choices for the future


Arizona State Rotaract, Tempe, AZ

  • Initiated a weekly meeting at a middle school to aid teens take the best choices to lead them to success
  • Packed over 5million meals in Flagstaff for families overseas
  • Attended a leadership conference to improve skills in speaking, planning, and leading a club


Developed Skills

  • Speak, write, and read in both English and Spanish
  • Proficiently uses Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Adobe Photoshop

Relevant Courses

Accounting courses that will help develop my understanding of different accounting scenarios in both financial and managerial accounting (ACC 231, 241)

Economic courses that will help develop my understanding of how the economy works and statistics used to help predict future shifts in the economy (ECN 212, 221)


Oscar Lozoya

Personal Banker at Wells Fargo (480) 878-6296

Cameron Thibeault

Co-Manager at Little Caesar (303) 396-8136

Esteban Gonzalez

Head Supervisor at FHR Construction (602) 570-9849


       I am Sergio Gonzalez Gomez, and I am a sophomore at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ. I am currently seeking a double major in both Supply Chain Management and Accounting from the W.P Carey School of Business. I have taken different courses such as Managerial and Financial Accounting as well as Business Statistics and Micro and Macroeconomics.

                I am currently an active member in both Hispanic Business Students Association (HBSA) and Rotaract. In HBSA they teach you the skills to become a successful businessman/woman in the real world. It ranges from skills like public speaking, to learning to network with one another.

                While in Rotaract, we are all about community service and helping others and the community. Here I learn the skills of giving back and feeling good about it. But not only do we volunteer, we also have the only trip that brings students from all over the world to Arizona and we have to plan and execute a two week trip filled with activities that these trippers can do. We have to make sure we set up housing, and transportation, and different meeting sites while staying within our budget. We learn various skills that you can use not only in the work force, but any other place you go to.

                 I love volunteering and helping others and plan to become an active e-board member in at least one or both these groups to improve my leadership skills and gain experience leading people with meetings and setting up activities.

                 I am currently working at Little Caesars where I am a cashier as well as a crew member. Every day we have to work together as a team to serve customers within a certain time frame and do so while taking orders and preparing food. It can be a hectic environment, but you learn to use customer service skills as well as skills to work in a team on a daily basis.

                I have grown up trying to improve everything I do, and learning new ways in which to do things. I strive for perfection and do not stop until I reach it, or get close to it. I want to become a successful person, and I plan to do so by taking the small steps needed in order to become one.