THEODORE G. WATERS, III
9601 ASHTON ROAD, L-28
PHILADELPHIA, PA 19114
OJECTIVE: To provide excellent service in the field of art and contribute my active experience for
discovering new horizons. I would like to exploit my potential and handling the key responsibilities and performance to the best level.
2004 – PRESENT Cheyney University of Pennsylvania
Majoring in Fine Arts
• Dean’s List Fall 2009
• October Gallery 2009
• Cheyney University Annual Student Art Show 2010
• Edgemont Township Art Appreciation 2010
2000 - 2004
Roxborough High School
• Army JROTC program, on the Drill Team, and was
selected along with 14 other cadets to take a trip to England.
• Received Rank of Captain before graduating. Served as the assistant S-5 whereas I was to create newsletters for the program.
• Contributed building a basketball team of cadets, and scheduling games against other high school JROTC cadets.
• Volunteered for honor guard details, fund raising for the program, and community clean ups.
• Inducted into the National Beta Club, and awarded The Chaplain of Four Chaplains for outstanding community service.
• Photography work for a non profit organization called HIP HOP.
• Event photographer for church functions.
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Theodore G. Waters, III
November, 2007- Jomars
January, 2008 Sales Associate
• Sales associate responsibilities included but not limited to answering, or helping customers with any and every inquiry that they have. Other responsibilities included setting up and breaking down displays, rearranging each section, housekeeping duties, and opening closing crew.
September, 2007 – Marshall’s
December, 2007 Receiving
• In the Distribution Center a “Lumper” or receiver responsibilities were to unload trailers of shipments. The shipments had to be broken down by product order numbers, and or style numbers then stacked onto pallets. It is processed into the warehouse inventory system, then labeled
May, 2006 – Cardinal Health
August, 2006 Production Line Packer
• Responsibilities included but not limited to packaging medicine, stacking the finished products on pallets, moved into the warehouse for quality assurance, stored then shipped.