ANDREW L. SCHULT
3059 Waterbury Court • Edgewood, KY 41017
859.663.1139 • email@example.com
An internship that provides opportunities to help an organization achieve key business objectives – especially in the areas of productivity and operational efficiency.
Disciplined, focused and motivated university student with strong academic record and excellent work ethic.
Proven leadership capabilities; competitive with an appreciation for and commitment to teamwork.
Excellent communication skills. Fully bilingual in English (native) and German (advanced). Basic Spanish skills.
Significant multi-cultural experience; traveled to 5 continents and over 10 countries.
Proficient with MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook. Quick to master new technology.
BELLARMINE UNIVERSITY, Louisville, KY
Bachelor of Arts In progress
Major: Foreign Language International Studies (FLIS). Dual minors in Business and Psychology.
Major GPA: 3.4 Overall: 3.3.
COVINGTON CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL, Covington, KY Diploma, 2011
Completed rigorous curriculum, earning Honor Roll recognition every semester for 3 consecutive years.
Achieved/maintained GPA: 3.4/4.0 while working up to 20 hours per week.
Ranked among top 20 out of 122 in class of 2011.
Earned Community Service Awards (4 years), German Award (for best mastery of the language), Covington Catholic HS.
Placed In German language competitions, University of Cincinnati (3 years).
Developed leadership skills as Student Senate Representative. Activities included sports (basketball, soccer, tennis - 4 years) Drug-Free Club (4 years). Participated in Tech Olympics.
BELLARMINE UNIVERSITY, Louisville, KY 2011 – Present
Participated in group projects that required leadership, focus, and group presentation skills. Examples: (1) Created a business concept – researched markets, identified products/services, and developed business plan. (2) Led group projects that required written and oral reports, e.g. German baking. Planned/scheduled work and meeting times, delegated assignments to team members. Reviewed, polished and presented finished reports.
Campus Ambassador – Represent and advocate for Bellarmine within the community and in all interactions with new or prospective new students and parents. Host prospective students at sporting events and other campus activities. Field questions from prospective students as a panel member during Campus Preview Days.
CREW Member – Led a group of 14 freshmen through all orientation activities. Focus was on helping freshmen develop skills needed for success at Bellarmine. Worked closely with all 14 throughout their first semester.
Leadership Team Member – One of 8 leaders selected from ~20 applicants. Lead the Entertainment Team (in charge of campus event planning and execution). Serve as a member of the other 7 teams charged with providing campus leadership. Plan schedules and staffing for orientation, coordinate guest speakers, and other activities for incoming freshmen.
President/Coach/Player – Spearheaded formation of Men’s Club Basketball team. Developed and presented business case. Successfully persuaded University officials to sponsor the team. Coordinate practices and games with other college teams.
Student Government Association Member – Selected by Student Body President to assist in recruiting and interviewing candidates for the position of Student Fitness Center Director.
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Related Experience (Continued)
BELLARMINE UNIVERSITY, Study Abroad – Germany Summer 2012
Lived in Munich for one month. In addition to cultural and language immersion, interacted with people from China, Japan, Switzerland, Denmark, France, Italy, Spain, Mexico, Belgium, and Finland. Learned about different cultures through discussions and activities – in the classroom and around the city.
Worked summers and holidays to allow time for school work and community service.
SKYLINE CHILI, Louisville, KY 12/12 – Present
Work 12-15 hours per week while managing full-time course load and multiple on-campus leadership activities.
CHIPOTLE, Crescent Springs, KY Summer 2011 – Present
Food Prep/Customer Service/Cashier
Consistently meet customer requirements in a very fast-paced environment. Frequently work extra shifts and stay late to accommodate unexpected rushes. Continue to work here during school breaks; will be working at the Chipotle location in Louisville when it opens.
Trained new employees. Coached associates to keep up productivity and staff morale during busy periods.
PREMIER PACKAGING, LOUISVILLE, KY August-October 2012
Took orders from customers. Programmed machine to cut materials to fit customers’ exact specifications. Material to be cut varied widely in size, width, and grade. Position required attention to detail order to accurately select and precisely cut the right material (size, width, grade) and ensure the finished product measured correctly.
PRO MACH, INC., Loveland, OH Summer 2010
Data Entry Clerk/Intern – Entered contact information into a database. Cleaned and rearranged two file storage rooms that were stacked nearly wall-to-wall with files and office supplies. Sorted and filed, rearranged shelving and cabinets, organized and labeled everything.
Managed confidential information with discretion.
Vastly improved accessibility and enabled more to be stored in less space.
BESSLER’S ECONOMY MEATS, Covington, KY Summer 2010
Customer Service/Stock/Cleaning –Assisted customers with merchandise selections. Received and put away stock. Packaged meats after they were cut. Cleaned meat-cutting room.
COVINGTON CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
Lead semi-annual retreats with focus on helping young men build Christian values.
MARY ROSE MISSION
Collect, transport and distribute food to the needy.
ST. PIUS X CATHOLIC CHURCH