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Antionette - Freelance Book Design & Document Design
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3.0
2 Skills
$180
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Im a think-on-feet person. I take work very seriously, and do it with proud and to make proud. I have knowledge of very few work situastions and jobs, because I take life serious and knowledge is power, and power is success. My touch for artwork,creative doing,suggestions on projects, do and dont's, what will work and not, is born with my personality, and my outlook on life compliments that....
Rustenburg, North West, South Africa

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Yuri Seo - Freelance Drawing & Digital Art
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3.5
2 Skills
$20
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Education: Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota FL Bachelor of Fine Arts in Computer Animation – May, 2011 Experience: Concept artist ,On Net (game company ->http://www.onnetcorp.com), Seoul, Korea 2013 --> Working week --> Making mobile phone games with co-workers Art teacher, Sosuk Institute, for Elementary school kids, Suwon, Korea 2009 • Worked 12 hours a week. ( 2 months during summer break) • Taught kids (24 students) how to draw and paint with color pencils and water color • Gave some students good motivations • Helped inspired students to want to do well in their schools Illustrator, freelancer, for high school teacher in Korea 2007 • Illustrated a book with more than 300 drawings and paintings introducing reading English to Korean elementary students Software: Photoshop CS3, Adobe Premiere CS3, Autodesk Maya 8.5, Corel Painter X, , Pixar Renderman 2.0 Maya(2009_2011), Headus 3D tool(UV layout), Microsoft Office Suite, Windows XP Professional SP2, Hangul (Korean writing program), PowerPoint Awards / Activities / Interests: • Awarded 2nd prize, Contest for Teenagers, Joongang Daily Newspaper created a 6 page short cartoon that dealt with the division of Korea • Awarded Bronze Medal, for making a Cartoon approaching the political topic of ****** preference in Sangmyung University • Grand Prize awarded, National Youth’s Film Festival in Korea for making a clay animation short Interests include: Concept Design, Story board, Texture, lighting, Comic books, Animation, Fashion, Fantasy and Science Fiction Games (MMORPG), Romance Movies, Psychology, Korean Drama, Languages, Illustration
Suwon, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
Joshua L Johnston - Freelance Art & Drawing
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2 Skills
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existentialist embodiments The world of fantastic existential art now has a new force on its stage – Creator Joshua L Johnston (JLJ). Not since the works of Giger and Kostabi has there been an artist who’s visionary works blend and combine the outer-reaches of the imagination with psychological beauty and bitter anatomy. JLJ’s works evoke strong emotions and speak in tongues that viewers have yet to behold. And that’s exactly his intention. JLJ was born October 1st, 1978. At the impressionable age of three, JLJ was developing his yen for sketching and the world of surrealism. As JLJ grew in years, so did his abilities and perceptions on the world around him, which he bled onto paper. His art became his outlet in times of anger, frustration, and boredom. JLJ’s work was his personal outlet for emotions that very few know how to grasp. His parents were supportive of his gift. Recognizing their son’s talent, JLJ’s father (who was an extremely accomplished musician in his own right) encouraged JLJ to develop his talent, which led to JLJ exuding his psychosis into art pieces at a fast and frenetic pace. His mother contributed words that persevere in his ambitions: “If you can imagine it, you can create it.” These formidable years yielded to the masterful artist before you today. JLJ’s works have amassed to an eclectic portfolio in celebrated galleries. His works all imbue a spirit and a reflection of their own. The painting “Amok” defines itself as “stretching imaginable psychic disturbance beyond normal thought.” This is the closest translation that literal language can endow on this piece. The surrealist motif of “Amok” challenges viewers to stand outside their imagination and reflect on its implications. A physique with an elongated neck, stretched wrists that never reveal hands and a rich red background immediately challenges audiences. The 4 foot by 8 foot painting, called simply “My Shadow”, engages viewers in a cerebral chess game. With a pivotal artistic pilgrimage to Italy in 2007, JLJ returned with rainy images of Venice in peaceful, yet somber tones of the work of an impressionist. The tranquility of such a painting, “Lido di Malamocco”, echoed visions of old masters solidifying his craft across genres and the stylistic spectrum. In the same breath, JLJ continues to emanate a distinctive voice. Upon first assessment, his work seems outwardly expressive in the meaning and yet further reflection reveals a much more sinister and intrusive nature of these existentialist embodiments. While JLJ’s style is psychological and unique, his artistic influences and impressions are constantly changing which transform into cryptic works that bare the smile of artistic precision in abnormality. JLJ espouses on the nature of his work, “Anything one can verbalize… I can express through my work. It’s like music. It encompasses the same amazement and mystique that music can convey without any words.” JLJ’s work will definitely speak to viewers without words… The astounding reaction is in how you listen. Written By M.J. Miller
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Valeria Watkins-Raglyn - Freelance Paralegal & Legal Translation
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4.0
2 Skills
$25
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Ms. Valeria A Watkins 424 Noice Dr 82E Salinas, CA 93906 US Mobile: 8319980182 - Ext: Email: msval2u2@netzero.com Work Experience: Department of Army, Office of Staff Judge Advocate 1336 Plummer St bldg 275 Monterey, CA 93944 United States 10/2015 - Present Hours per week: 40 Salary: 47,104.00 USD Per Year Series: 0950 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 09 Special Assistant to United States Attorney, Paralegal Specialist (This is a federal job) Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: I manage the database of Federal Military Police Reports received for the SAUSA (Special Assistant to United States Attorney) to determine proper prosecution as an infraction or misdemeanor; research and prepare documents and correspondence for the SAUSA; serves as liaison between: Federal Police Departments, U.S. Magistrates Judge's Offices, California DMV, SJA(Staff Judge Advocate), U.S. Marshals Service, Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Attorney's Office, civilian attorneys, and probation officers to coordinate court actions; manage the driving privilege suspension process; identify individuals with two or more traffic violations from the Presidio of Monterey Federal District and notify the Installation Commander, Garrison Commander and Commanders for each military branch; perform court reporter functions for military proceedings, EEO hearings, labor law hearings, and other administrative proceedings; compile, organize and maintain physical custody of original records of trial, exhibits, and physical evidence used in courts-martial and administrative proceedings. Department of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 1455 Market Street San Francisco, CA 94103 United States 12/2013 - 10/2015 Salary: 45,225.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 20 Series: 0950 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 9 Paralegal Specialist (This is a federal job) Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: I serve as paralegal specialist with the Office of Chief Counsel; I perform legal and factual research and other closely related duties of a complex nature in support of attorneys engaged in litigation cases and matters; I perform research using files, library reference materials, corporate records, computer databases, and other pertinent sources, to supply needed factual information for inclusion in legal documents; also performs preliminary screening of substantive materials prior to review by attorneys; prepare and organize charts, graphs, and other material used as exhibits in court; establish and maintain tracking systems in entering case information into the system to generate informational and statistical reports; administers the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and Privacy Act (PA) Program; conducts or assists attorneys in interviews, investigations to secure affidavits of witnesses; performs office administration and management functions; I serve as the supply person for my section; I serve as the TDY coordinator; I have trained to be the timekeeper for my section Legal Assistance, Office of Staff Judge Advocate 113 Pershing Rd Ft. Bliss, TX 79916 United States 07/2012 - 04/2013 Salary: 41,800.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40 Series: 0950 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 7 Paralegal Specialist (This is a federal job) Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: I determined client’s eligibility for legal assistance services and appropriateness of legal matter for referral to attorneys within the legal assistance branch; I scheduled attorney-client counseling times, dates and maintained schedules; researched applicable local civilian law and regulatory authorities and prepared functional attorney work packet to be used by staff attorneys during client interviews; reviewed files and appointments to determine if a conflict of interest existed under the Code of Professional Responsibility of the Department of the Army; prepared legal documents such as Notary Public under Texas Notary; I served as point of contact for immigration and naturalization information; assisted clientele in dealing with legal issues involving matters such as pro se divorce, labor laws, Business law, Environmental, Family law, Adoptions and Contractor Claims ARCENT; ASG-KU-CJA, Camp Arifjan, Kuwait Office of the Command Judge Advocate APO, AE 09366 United States 07/2011 - 07/2012 Salary: 41,563.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40 Series: 0950 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 9 Lead Paralegal Specialist (This is a federal job) Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: I served as the lead paralegal specialist in administrative law; I supported the attorneys by performing substantial legal research using computer research methods, manual research of U.S. and Kuwaiti legal decisions, policies, regulations, legal tests, federal and state statutes, host nation cases, opinions, that bear on the legal issues involving diverse clientele serviced by the Command Judge Advocates Office; worked independently and participated in legal discussions with Kuwaiti government officials concerning all legal issues affecting civilian and military personnel assigned to Kuwait; received and interviewed clientele in English to determine the nature of the claim and issuance of required documentation; I conducted the necessary investigation to ensure that the loss, damage or destruction of property was incident to the client's service, whether the claim was reasonable, necessary or proper under the circumstances; determined client’s eligibility for legal assistance services and appropriateness of legal matter for referral to attorneys within the legal assistance branch; I scheduled attorney-client counseling times and dates and maintained schedules; researched applicable civil law and regulatory authorities and prepare functional attorney work packet to be used by staff attorneys during client interviews; reviewed files and appointments to determine if a conflict of interest existed under the Code of Professional Responsibility of the Department of the Army Department of Army, Office of Staff Judge Advocate bldg 50 Ft Bliss, TX 79906 United States 05/2009 - 07/2011 Salary: 41,377.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40 Series: 0950 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 7 Special Assistant to United States Attorney, Paralegal Specialist (This is a federal job) Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: I served as a Paralegal Specialist for the Magistrate Court of Fort Bliss, TX under the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, and as a liaison with the U.S. Attorney and U.S. Magistrate's Court, Western District of TX, El Paso DAs Office, and the Provost Marshal's Office; I performed a variety of complex paralegal duties that included drafting and assembling pleadings, complaints, warrants, subpoenas, notices, and other court and legal documents in cases tried in U.S. Magistrate's Court and Federal Court; I collected forfeiture for fines and fees for traffic violations; I gave writ of dismissals for moving and non-moving violations; conducted legal research and witness interviews; I assisted the Special Assistant United States Attorneys in preparation for DUI, assault, and drug federal cases; I prepared written summaries of court decisions, statutes, and legal opinions; I have knowledge and experience of the principles, concepts, and methods of legal research and reference sources such as Federal statutes, Public Law, Army regulations, case law, and agency publications sufficient to assist victims and witnesses; I have experience with the military justice system and of investigative techniques sufficient to gather and analyze data, preparing bar to post letters, and warning letters for infractions committed by non-military persons on the military installation; I evaluated the usefulness of data collected in resolving factual issues, and to correct administrative or legal deficiencies noted; used interviewing techniques and maintained courteous and effective relations with the military and civilian community, service organizations, and the general public US Army Fort Wainwright Law Center Fort Wainwright, AK United States 07/2007 - 07/2008 Salary: 38,000.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40 Supervisor of Criminal Law Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Communicated effectively orally and in writing; prepared legal briefs, actions for the Commanding General, memoranda, and summaries of analyses. Reviewed military and civilian law enforcement agency reports, identified victims of offenses committed by Soldiers, and identified witnesses who may participate in criminal investigations or proceedings for the purpose of providing information or evidence concerning an offense under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Provided liaison assistance to victims who were seeking available non-military services with the civilian community when victims were not eligible for military social services; assisted attorneys by researching legal precedent, investigating facts, and preparing legal documents. Conducted research to support legal proceedings, to formulate a defense, or to initiate legal action for judicial and nonjudicial punishment for the Uniformed Code of Military Justice; prepared legal documents, including wills and powers of attorney; prepared other documents and maintained document files by using software such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; gathered and analyzed research data, such as statutes, decisions, and legal articles, codes, and documents using the legal computer software Lexis Nexis; investigated facts and law of cases to determine causes of action and to prepare cases; called upon witnesses to testify at hearings, arranged travel arrangements for out of town witnesses; directed and coordinated law office activity, including delivery of subpoenas; managed, supervised, and trained newly hired personnel of the Criminal Law Legal Section; assisted attorneys in managing day-to-day operations of the law office; assisted with administrative support activities, including human resources, information systems, and facility management for the entire court; planned, organized, administered, reviewed, and evaluated the work of assigned staff; recommended selection of staff and provided for their professional development and recommended discipline as required; reviewed all discharge packets for completeness, order, enclosures, format dates, signatures, and approving authority signatures; typed appropriate endorsement and other action as required; maintained logs on all discharge actions, coordinated with battalions for *******; monitored administrative holds and suspension of favorable actions of personnel; performed basic legal and administrative research, reviewed and responded to correspondence and inquiries regarding interpretation of court policies and procedures for assigned areas; assisted in and or independently handled a variety of administrative support activities for an entire court, including: facility and space planning; procurement of supplies, equipment, and office furniture; supervised and trained entry level personnel in the Fort Wainwright Law Center, criminal law US Army, 1st Medical Brigade Fort Hood, TX United States 08/2005 - 05/2007 Salary: 35,000.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40 Human Resource, Personnel Action Center Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: I prepared reports on staffing levels and status of personnel; evaluated personnel qualifications for special assignments; prepared and processed requests for transfer or reassignment; processed classification and reclassification for personnel military occupational skills; prepared orders and request for orders; reviewed temporary duty voucher requests for compliance with statutory, regulatory, and command policies; submitted temporary duty vouchers for payments and processed all claims; prepared and maintained officer and enlisted personnel records; prepared and reviewed personnel casualty documents, monitored suspense actions; initiated, monitored, and processed personnel job evaluations; transferred records; processed personnel for separation and retirement ; was the postal clerk for 1st Medical Brigade I maintained all mail distribution for the brigade and 4 battalions; I was responsible for all records management for the official mailroom including electronically and physically that included: sorting and distributing all incoming official mail by general subject matter to its rightful delivery points within the organization; recorded and controlled incoming and outgoing certified mail and completed associated forms; received, reviewed, recorded and processed all incoming and outgoing APO correspondences and mail to include registered, insured, and certified mail; screened all outgoing materials to ensure that it was in proper format and assembled and addressed in accordance with United States Postal Service (USPS) and DoD postal instructions and directives ; processed recommendations for awards and decorations; processed bars to reenlistment and suspension of favorable personnel actions; processed line of duty investigations; processed deployment forms; typed correspondence and forms in draft and final copy using: Microsoft Word, Excel or PowerPoint; posted changes to Army regulations and other publications; prepared and maintained files on an automated data processing system; applied knowledge of provisions and limitations of Freedom of Information and Privacy Acts; assisted with employee relations; briefed employees on compensation and benefits administration and record keeping; maintained employee files and the HR (eMILPO) filing system; was the publications clerk as the publications clerk I was responsible for ordering Army regulations, training manuals, promotion certificates, award certificates, and meal cards; assisted with the day-to-day efficient operation of the personnel action office; supervised and trained entry level personnel in the Personnel Action Center; supervised and trained entry level personnel in the Personnel Action Center 1st Medical Brigade Fort Hood, TX United States 06/2001 - 07/2005 Salary: 32,725.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40 Administrative NCO, Personnel Action Center Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Received all visitors, answered multi-line telephones, directed calls and recorded messages; determined appropriate course of action; managed Microsoft Office Outlook calendars for the Officer in Charge; conducted research for inquiries requiring attention of the commander; maintained documentation for past incidents and guidance; edited and created correspondence utilizing Microsoft Word, Excel, etc; suggested and implemented a new filing system for the entire Personnel Action Center that was used for Operation Iraq Freedom 01-03, and Operation Enduring Iraq 05-06 using Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel; communicated with customers, employees, and other individuals to answer questions; disseminated or explained information, and addressed complaints; compiled, copied, sorted, and filed records of office activities; operated office machines such as: photocopiers and scanners, facsimile machines, voice mail systems and personal computers; proofread data and other information, such as records and reports; maintained and updated filing, inventory, mailing, and database systems either manually or by using a computer Education: Champlain College Burlington, VT United States Master's Degree 05/2013 Credits Earned: 36 Semester hours Major: Masters of Science in Law ________________________________________ Troy University Troy, AL United States Bachelor's Degree 12/2006 Credits Earned: 148 Semester hours Major: Criminal Justice Minor: Psychology Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications: Homeland Security and Human Relations ________________________________________ Troy State University Troy, AL United States Associate's Degree 06/2004 Credits Earned: 90 Semester hours Major: General Studies Minor: Criminal Justice ________________________________________ Job Related Training: PROFESSIONAL TRAINING Certificate of Completion office for Victims of Crime, Training and Technical Assistance Center, October, 2011 Advanced Individual Training, Paralegal Specialist, Fort Jackson, SC, Mar 2007 Action Officer Development, Army Correspondence Course, Jul 2006 Unit Supply Specialist, Army Correspondence Course, Feb 2006 Human Resources Specialist Certification, Army Correspondence Course, Sept 2005 Supervisor Development, Army Correspondence Course, Mar 2004 Manager Development, Army Correspondence Course, Mar 2003 Advanced Individual Training, Administrative Specialist, Fort Jackson, SC, Sept 2001 Army Basic Military Training, Fort Sill, OK, Jun 2001
United States
Maria Knopp - Freelance Graphic Design & Logo Design
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4.0
2 Skills
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Design is my life! I'm extremely passionate about my work. My strength - I'm a perfectionist. My weakness - I'm a perfectionist. All of my creative energy is put into every project I complete. -Over seven years experience as a graphic designer -Extensive experience in print design including: magazine layout, logos, corporate identity, packaging design, POP displays, brochures, print & web ads -BFA in Graphic Design -Current Web Design student My services are fairly priced. Not many people can afford expensive graphic designers in the current economy, but that doesn't mean you have to settle for poor design! E-mail me with any questions or concerns or about pricing. graphixgal76@hotmail.com ***PDF version of my resume is available upon request***
Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States
Neal Siddell - Freelance Business Card Design & Digital Art
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2.5
2 Skills
$20
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Hello, I am Neal. For a good decade or so I have been doing on and off graphic design work both for video and print for either friends and family, coworkers or personal projects. These have helped to build up my skills and working ethic, and I believe it is time to try and focus my efforts into the graphic design/visual communication field. For more information on my credentials, please find said information below: Education Madison Area Technical College -- 2009 - May 10th, 2013 Graphic Design Visual Communications - Media Design - A.A. Member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Focus: Video Editing, Sound Editing/Recording, Character/Story Development Work Geek Wear Ink -- April 30th 2010 - Present Co-Founder/Head of T-shirt Design and Layout Producing the artwork for T-shirts, and promote the business to other through social networking sites and face to face discussions. Sony Creative Software -- March 2nd 2015 - March 2nd 2016 Customer Support and Domestic Sales Tasked with assisting customers with general a technical issues with their editing software as well as processing orders from our distributors as well. Geek.Kon October 2011 - September 9th 2012 Head of Artist Relations Reviewed registration applications, made final decision on invitations to artists. Organized placement of artists and finalized other group decisions. LifeTouch Photography-- August 2011 - August 2011 Photographer Tasked with setting up the camera/lights/and backdrop. Set up shots and directed the children on their poses.
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Alejandro Sanchez - Freelance Children's Book Illustration & Comic Art
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5.0
2 Skills
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Hello and thank you for viewing my profile. My name is Alex Sanchez and I am an experience professional comic artist, illustrator, and inker with over 10 years experience. I have experience with comics, graphic novels, children's books, album art, portraits,T-shirt designs, caricatures, and other types of custom illustrations. To view my online portfolio with dozens of sample works please visit: http://alexcomics.wordpress.com/ For more information or to commission a job please email: info4alexcomics@gmail.com Thank you for your time and consideration. I hope to hear from you soon! Best, Alex Sanchez
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, United States
Mohammad - Freelance Photography & Article Writing
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Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
$8
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Hi I mohammad from Iraq and I am 17 year old by the way but this is what my ID says but I'm older because back to my country when you get 18 u have to serve in the military so that's why they signed me younger and i've been in America about two months and I worked in papa nicks restaurant and i need a job please thank you
Aurora, Colorado, United States
Annie Schultz - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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Annie Schultz Permanent address: 8501 Treetop Ct. Fort Worth, TX 76179 Local address: 109 West Avenue San Marcos, TX 78666 Apt. 836 Cell: (817) 480 3749 E-mail: as1805@txstate.edu Education: Bachelor of Arts in English Minor in Medieval and Renaissance Studies Texas State University-San Marcos, Texas May of 2012 Current Grade Point Average: 3.96 Will graduate in the Honors Program and will Have completed an Honors Thesis English Course Work: Women Troubadour Poets Spring 2012 Later Shakespeare Spring 2012 The Development of the English Language Fall 2011 Editing Fall 2011 German Literature Summer 2011 Hannover, Germany Travel Writing Summer 2011 Hannover, Germany Writing for the Stage Spring 2011 The Beat Generation Spring 2011 The Quest for the Sacred in the Secular Age: Late Modern Novels Fall 2010 World Literature Fall 2010 English Major’s Critical Theory Fall 2010 American Literature after 1865 Spring 2010 Employment: University Star – Opinions Columnist Spring 2010 -Fall 2011 ? Wrote a weekly column for the university student ran newspaper with a 100 year history ? Developed and initiated ideas for relevant opinion topics ? Researched topic ideas by using scholarly websites, reading other columnist’s pieces, and conducting interpersonal interviews ? Involved in the Headliner’s club (an organization within the student newspaper), in charge of marketing organization’s events via social networking sites Resident Assistant August 2010-May 2011 ? Guided, led, and mentored college freshman; helped them navigate university life ? Conceptualized and planned educative programs, contacted speakers, and marketed events ? Managed front desk of large residence hall: assisted residents and visitors, kept organized files, administered and wrote incident reports Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame (seasonal) Summer of 2009 -Summer 2010 ? Gave tours to various age groups and incorporated important events in Texas and Fort Worth history ? Staged, designed, and costumed subjects for antique western photographs Activities: Served as Secretary of Sigma Tau Delta National English Honor Society Fall 2011-Spring 2012 ? A national society for students, who demonstrate academic excellence in English, holds an annual book sale, proceeds of which go to the Invisible Children movement Served as President of Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society Fall 2011-Spring 2012 ? A society for students who earned a 3.5 GPA or higher in their first year of college, volunteers for numerous events in the San Marcos community, including the Boys and Girls Club Texas Preparatory School Storybook Parade to promote literacy amongst school age children Served as peer mentor through the University’s Office of Student Support Services Fall 2010-Spring 2011 Middle Eastern Cultures Club Fall 2010-Spring 2011 Honors: University Honors Program Spring 2010-Spring 2012 Sigma Tau Delta National English Honor Society Spring 2011-Spring 2012 Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society Spring 2010-Spring 2012 Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society Spring 2010-Spring 2012 Sigma Alpha Lambda National Honor Society Fall 2010-Spring 2011 Emmie Craddock Nationally Endowed Scholarship Spring 2011 ? A scholarship given in the name of 1966 professor of History, Emmie Craddock, who served on the Committee for the Program for Gifted Students at Southwest Texas State College, and proposed the Initial idea for the Honors Program ? http://www.txstate.edu/honors/alum/history.html Alpha Lambda Delta Interclub Scholarship Spring 2011 ? A scholarship given to a member who demonstrated avid participation in the society’s community service activities Liberal Arts Award for Academic Excellence Spring 2011 Who’s Who at Texas State Fall 2010 ? A part of the Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges award Dean’s List Spring 2011, Fall 2010,Spring of 2010, Fall of 2009 C. H. Guenther Company Scholarship 2011,2010, 2009 ? A scholarship for the children of employees of CH Guenther & Son, Inc. Volunteer Experiences: Chaperone for costume party for adults with disabilities at San Marcos activities center Fall 2011 Chaperone for middle school dance at San Marcos Activities center Spring 2011, Fall 2011 Sights and Sounds of Christmas Volunteer 2010, 2011 Annual Christmas festival in the city of San Marcos San Marcos Public Library Volunteer 2010-2011 Farmer Fred’s Halloween Festival 2010, 2011 Annual Fall Festival in the city of San Marcos Texas Preparatory School Story Book Parade to promote literacy among school aged children 2010 Dezavala Elementary School Fall Festival 2010 Study Abroad Experience: Exchange with Leibniz University In Hannover, Germany with the Texas State English Department Summer 2011
Austin, Texas, United States
Terry Nolan - Freelance CAD & Drafting
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5.0
2 Skills
$45
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Provider of CAD, CADD, AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, Mechanical Drafting and Design, Patent Drawings, Mold Design, Architectural Drafting, Reverse Engineering Services, Rapid Prototype, 3D Scanning, Civil 3D, NPD New Product Design, Paper to CAD and PDF to CADD Conversions, File Format Conversions and more!
Tampa, Florida, United States