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Work experience

May 2012Aug 2012

Maintenance Service Worker 1

Alberta Parks
  • maintained cleanliness of Pigeon Lake Provincial Park and Zeiner Campground
  • identified deficiencies of structures in campgrounds
  • serviced government vehicles
  • aware of occupational health and safety
  • worked with small team to carry out daily tasks
Mar 2011Apr 2012

Customer Service

7-Eleven
  • provided excellent customer service within a timely fashion
  • maintained quality of hot foods and coffee
  • I.D customers when purchasing lottery or tobacco products
  • kept count and log inventory
  • maintained cleanliness of the store
  • recieved and organize inventory into designated areas
  • checked and dispose of expired or damaged products
Mar 2011Jul 2011

Laundry worker (Casual)

Alberta Health Services
  • organized clean or soiled laundry into designated areas
  • operated machinery or used hands to fold clean laundry
Apr 2010Jan 2011

Labourer

Alvarez Construction

used power tools and hand tools to install

  • hardiplank and canexcell siding
  • soffit jay and soffit
  • fascia
  • trim
  • silicone

as well as maintained cleanliness of workplace area.

Nov 2009Mar 2010

General Clerk (Nightshift)

Canada Safeway
  • disposed of expired or damaged products
  • rotated fresh product
  • organized product into store coolers, store freezer, and store shelves.
  • maintained neatness and and aesthetics of store shelves
Sep 2006Oct 2009

Swing Manager

McDonalds
  • priotorized important daily task
  • assigned crew to certain job tasks
  • encouraged crew to remain positive and welcoming
  • trained newly hired employees on cashier, drive thru, and kitchen duties
  • recieved inventory delivery and checked off recieved inventory
  • provided crew with assistance
  • maintained cleanliness of store
  • resolved customer complaints
  • counted store safe and recorded data onto store computer file
  • prepared cash registers, store products, and store cleanliness for the incoming shift

Education

Sep 2011Present

Criminal Justice- Policing Diploma

Lethbridge College

Policing - Criminal Justice program. The two-year diploma will give my the skills and knowledge I need to make an impact in this vital field. I learn from qualified instructors with real policing experience, covering topics ranging from criminal and procedural law to interpersonal skills and criminology. I also gain valuable training learning about interviewing, courtroom procedures, conflict management, and investigative techniques.

Jul 2011Present

Alberta Distance Learning Center
Sep 2005Jun 2009

High School Equivalency

St. Augustine's Catholic School

Skills

interpersonal
displayed interpersonal skills by be involved in a mentorship program experience with resolving customer complaints
Management
experience in business management in a high pressure and fast paced enviroment
Leadership
experienced with participation in teams lead high school volleyball team to medal matches earned title of Team Captain (basketball) for displaying encouragement, motivation, and leading by example
Teamwork
Played  high school sports such as basketball, volleyball, badminton, golf, cross country, and track and field Was team captain of my senior high basketball team Earned a silver medal at a volleyball tournament  in Alix, Alberta 2007
Communication
employed at various businesses for several years where communication is vital to customers

References

Tara Newton

provided the opportuntiy for me to enter the Mentoring Program as a role model.

Award and Achievements

Citizenship Award-2009

Volunteering within the school or community to help with social activities or sports.

Most Valuable Player (Basketball)-2009

Awarded to the player who best demonstated leadership and encouraged team motivation.

Athletic Award-2009

Awarded to students who have participated in 3 or more school sports teams.

Interest

  • Athletics
  • Music
  • Camping

Summary

I am a criminal justice student at Lethbridge College. My diligent effort towards my studies has allowed me to become proficient in criminal law, communication, writing skills, and physical fitness. Aside from my involvement in the Criminal Justice Program, I have enrolled myself as a volunteer for Leo Club at Lethbridge College where I participate in aiding Leo Club with setting up or taking down taking down equipment for various types of social functions. I am honest, reliable, hardworking, compassionate, and have a positive attitude. My goal is to demonstrate these core values to a policing agency that will accept my candidacy.

Volunteer Experience

  • Leo Club Volunteer (2011-2012)

As a Leo member, I have experience with offering aid such as, food, warm clothing, and help to find warm shelter to individuals living in poverty. I also have experience with takedowns in social functions.

  • Mentorship Program (2008-2009)

Acted as role model to young students who have been experiencing difficulties in their personal lives. Similar experiences in my own personal life makes it easier for me to relate to the individual which I am paired up with . By being the individuals friend, I have seen improvement in the individuals self confidence.