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Charles Chamblee - Freelance CAD & Drafting
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CHARLES N. CHAMBLEE 1416 Tarrington Dr. NW Albuquerque NM 87120 Home: 505-508-2644 - Cell: 505-903-1405 Email: cnchamblee1978@gmail.com MECHANICAL DRAFTER An extremely creative, dedicated and detail-oriented drafter with strong skills in AutoCAD 2004-2008, Inventor 10, and Solid Works 2004. SKILLS Experience - 6 dedicated years as a machinist using conventional lathe and mill...
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Sanford Watson - Freelance CAD & Drafting
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I am a Fire Sprinkler Designer. Construction has slowed down due to the economey. I am a good artist with no college in illustrating, but am very capable of getting the job done. I am certified in ACAD, and Google Sketchup.
Los Lunas, New Mexico, United States
Eddie_Benavides@Yahoo.Com - Freelance CAD & Drafting
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5.0
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$20
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Creative and detail oriented professional with proven ability in the Research & Development of Electromechanical, Mechanical, and Industrial Designs. Proficient in parametric modeling and detailing designs using AutoCAD and other 3-D solid modeling software. Skilled in sheet metal parts fabrication and designs. Also familiar with the Architectural and Civil Engineering industries.
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Daniel Shorty - Freelance CAD & Drafting
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Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Jennifer Shields - Freelance Drafting & CAD
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Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

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Yaneek Smith - Freelance Writing & Proofreading
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5.0
2 Skills
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Yaneek A. Smith EDUCATION Miami (Ohio) University -- Graduated in August, 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts in Geography (with an emphasis on Environmental Studies); Senior Thesis: Solar Thermal Energy Oak Harbor (Ohio) High School – Graduated in May, 2002 with a 3.65 GPA, an Honors Diploma and as a member of The National Honor Society EMPLOYMENT HISTORY WRITING JOBS Contributing Sportswriter, The Suburban Press, Milbury, OH [September 2010 – present; Supervisor: Pat Eaken, 419-836-2221, ext. 20] – Wrote in-depth, human-interest stories about local sporting teams and athletes; occasionally wrote non-sports articles about local businesses in the area. Head Sportswriter, The Ottawa County Exponent, Oak Harbor, OH [August 2011 -- present; Supervisor: Christine Dials, 419-898-5361] -- Used interviews with coaches and game information to write stories about local sporting events. Sportswriter/Correspondent, The Port Clinton News Herald, Port Clinton, OH [September 2011 -- present; Supervisor: Vince Guerrieri, 419-332-5511] -- Used interviews with coaches and game information to write stories about local sporting events. Sportswriter/Correspondent, The Sandusky Register, Sandusky, OH [April 2009 – September 2011]; Supervisor: Anthony Moujaes, 419-625-5500, ext. 6] – Wrote stories covering accounts of local sporting events, interviewed coaches for game and statistical analysis, published statistics on the newspaper’s website and answered phones, where I took information from coaches about the sporting events. Contributing Sportswriter, Bleacher Report, www.bleacherreport.com [December 2010 – June 2011] – Wrote in-depth stories and constructed rankings about sports (football, basketball, baseball) for a national sports website. TOURISM/SEASONAL WORK Front Desk Assistant – Grand Islander/Islander Inn, Put-In-Bay, OH [July – September 2010; Supervisor: Annette Luecke, 419-285-5555; Reason for leaving: The season was ending] -- Worked the front desk at a summer resort hotel, answering phones, registering customers, checking people in and out their rooms, answering clients’ inquiries, running a nightly audit and preparing the following day’s paperwork. Boat Assistant – Put-In-Bay Parasail, Put-In-Bay, OH [June 2009 -- August 2009; Supervisor: Jason Hall, 239-272-0231; Reason for leaving: The season ended] -- Sold tickets in the booth for a parasailing operation, answering any questions the customers may have had; also, worked on the boat and assisted the captain with passengers, helping to harness them and prepare them for the ride. Ticket Salesman – Island Rocket, Sandusky, OH [May 2003 – August 2003; Supervisor: Bill Annand, 812-941-9990; Reason for leaving: Went back to college] – Sold tickets for a boat company from a booth and helped to keep passengers in the waiting area. Front Desk Assistant – Best Western Hotels, Port Clinton, OH [June 2002 – August 2002; Supervisor: Hotel is currently under new management; Reason for leaving: Began attending college] – Answered phones, checked people in and out of their rooms, dealt with customers’ inquiries, handled money, used a credit card machine and helped to maintain a general “up-keep” of the lobby. CUSTOMER SERVICE WORK Field Enumerator, U.S. Census Bureau, Oak Harbor, OH [March 2010 – April 2010; Reason for leaving: The job only last for several weeks.] – Conducted interviews with residents in assigned areas by following guidelines and complying with confidentiality laws. Also, I explained the purpose of the census interview, answered residents’ questions, elicited information from a script, and record necessary census data. Residential Assistant, Riverview Industries, Oak Harbor, OH [January 2010 – March 2010; Supervisor(s): Barb Lajti, Dawn Jennings, 419-898-5250; Reason for leaving: Twice injured on the job] – Worked with physically- and developmentally-challenged adults, helping to feed them, clean them and do some light exercise work with them. Patient Account Specialist, Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers, Greenwood Village, CO [March 2008 – August 2008; Supervisor(s): Mindy Jarembo & Mona Olson, 888-259-7622; Reason for leaving: Moved back to Ohio] – Reviewed patient medical accounts to determine if refunds were due to patients or if outstanding balances should be transferred to pay off other patient debts. Cashier, Bassett’s Market, Catawba Island, OH [August 2007 – September 2007; Supervisor: Sue (head cashier) 419-734-6505; Reason for leaving: Moved to Colorado] – Worked at a cash register and attended to customers’ needs. Library Assistant, Miami (Ohio) University, Oxford, OH [January 2007 – April 2007; Supervisor: Jennifer Hautau-Witt, 513-529-7900; Reason for leaving: The semester ended] – Worked at the university’s main library, helping students check out books, organized books onto the shelves and assigned study rooms to students. Grocery Store Assistant, Bassett’s Market, Catawba Island, OH [June 2006 – August 2006; Supervisor: Brenda Rose, 419-734-6506; Reason for leaving: Went back to college] – Worked in the deli, helping to organize and price food and attend to customers’ needs; also worked in the wine dept. where I helped to load and organize shipments of wine onto the display shelves. Fundraiser, Miami (Ohio) University Annual Fund, Oxford, OH [September 2004 – April 2006; Supervisor: Tracy Meckstroth, 904-620-2590 ; Reason for leaving: School year ended] – Selected and trained as an Annual Fund representative in Sept. 2004. Since then, I successfully raised over $32,000 for Miami University. I was responsible for contacting alumni by phone in order to strengthen ties to the university, provide information on university programs and solicit donations. Customer Service Assistant, Lowe’s Department Store, Fremont, OH [June 2005 – July 2005; Supervisor: Floyd, head of the Lawn & Garden Dept., 419-355-0221; Reason for leaving: I was laid off] – Made sales, assisted customers with questions about gardening supplies and helped load heavy materials to people’s automobiles. MANUAL LABOR WORK Housekeeper, Holiday Inn, Catawba Island, OH [July 2008 – September 2008; Supervisor: Kim Moffit, 419-707-0995; Reason for leaving: Moved to Colorado] – Cleaned hotel rooms and dealt with customers’ inquiries. Manufacturing Assistant, Nelson Mfg., Oak Harbor, OH [I’ve worked there several times – July 2005 – August 2005; May 2004 – August 2004; June 2001 – August 2001; June 2000 – August 2000; Supervisor: Jesse Portales; Reasons for leaving: Went back to school] – Operated equipment, made deliveries, performed regular janitorial duties and tracked inventory using Microsoft Excel for a company that manufactures ice cream freezers. SPECIAL SKILLS I can type approximately 65-70 words per minute (wpm), am familiar with Microsoft Excel, Powerpoint and Word and have plenty of customer-service experience. VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES Benton-Carroll-Salem Schools, Oak Harbor, OH [January 2009 – May 2009] St. Charles Hospital, Oregon, OH [December 2008] Salvation Army, Toledo, OH [December 2008] New Orleans Spring Break Trip [March 2007] Dean’s Student Advisory Council [September 2003 – April 2007] Habitat for Humanity, Miami University Chapter, Oxford, OH [September 2003 – March 2006] REFERNCES Tracy Meckstroth, assistant director of development, Univ. of North Florida, Coggin College of Business, 904-620-2590, t.meckstroth@gmail.com Anthony Moujaes, sports editor, Sandusky Register, 419-625-5500, ext. 6 Mike Bassett, owner, Bassett’s Market, 419-734-6506. Bill Annand, vice president, Hornblower Marine Services, 812-941-9990 Joe Miller, principal, Danbury Middle School, 419-798-2258 Judy Peters, principal, Carroll Elementary School, 419-898-6215 Paul Lockwood, treasurer Gibsonburg Schools, 419-898-0079
Avon, Ohio, United States
Sean Wardwell - Freelance Journalistic Writing & Blog Writing
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4.5
2 Skills
$40
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The Killeen Daily Herald City Reporter 2011 – 2012 Covered the city government of Killeen, Texas while it was in the midst of a historic recall election resulting in the loss of a quorum on the city council; helped mend a contentious relationship between the publication and city government through honest, ethical and fair reporting; covered political races outside of the city, but still in the Killeen/Bell County area, such as campaigns for the state house, senate and congressional seats. The McPherson Sentinel Staff Writer 2009 – 2011 Covered the city and county government of McPherson, Kansas, while also creating Prairie Politics – a blog on political events in central Kansas which successfully merged straight reporting with analysis, while not compromising objectivity. It quickly became one of the “go-to” locations on the web for anyone seeking insight into central Kansas politics and campaigns, leading to an offer to co-sponsor the only Kansas Republican primary senate debate in 2010. San Marcos Local News (formerly Newstreamz.com) Managing Editor 2008 - 2009 Supervised and edited a staff of 10-plus freelance writers for a hyper-local news website in San Marcos, Texas; maintained a weekly opinion column, while also authoring up to 10 bylined or staff reported stories a day; promoted from within after serving as a staff writer. The University Star Reporter/Columnist 2005 - 2007 Occasionally reported on political issues for Texas State Student Publications while maintaining a nationally award-winning weekly opinion column.
Houston, Texas, United States
Liz Pryor - Freelance Writing & Creative Writing
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5.0
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$40
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Professional writer. Non-fiction, fiction and memoir. Books published by Random House and Simon & Schuster. Life advice expert- employed by ABC Good Morning America. Advice columnist for Yahoo and ABC. Area's of expertise- relationships, parenting, life navigation. Speech, letter, and blog writing expertise.
Studio City, California, United States
Gert Geyer - Freelance Flash Programming & Software Design
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I am an electonic designer circuit boards and software most com in pic microcontrollers computer software to run the devices and high power switching methodes between electronics and main power systems
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Tom R. Chambers - Freelance Photo Editing & Digital Art
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5.0
2 Skills
$125
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Tom R. Chambers is a documentary photographer/visual artist, and he is currently working with the pixel as Minimal Art (Pixelscapes). He has over eighty exhibitions, off- and on-line, to his credit. His "My Dear Malevich" project has received international acclaim. Chambers was Visiting Lecturer in Digital/New Media Art for the Fine Arts Department at Zhaoqing University, Zhaoqing, China, 2005 - 2007. He joined the Department to develop and teach a Digital/New Media Art Program. He was invited by the National Institute of Design [NID] in Ahmedabad, India to conduct a three-week, New Media Art workshop for its New Media Design graduate students. The workshop culminated in the exhibition, NMA@NID. Chambers was Executive Committee Member and Juror (2003 - 2005) for the International Digital Art Awards (IDAA). He was instrumental in expanding the content of the IDAA to include New Media Art, and served as on-line New Media Director (2004 - 2005). He was also instrumental in helping to bring the 2005 IDAA Exhibition to Beijing, China under the auspices of the Beijing Film Academy. He was invited by the Fine Arts Department, New Media Art, Beijing Film Academy, Beijing, China, April 8, 2005 to give a retrospective lecture, Dyer Street Portraiture to Pixelscapes. He organized and curated two hyperlinked photo exhibitions for the PhotoForum membership under the auspices of the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), New York, U.S.A. Chambers completed a three-year tour (1993-1995) as a United States Peace Corps Volunteer in Harare, Zimbabwe, Africa as Art Conservator/Curator for the National Gallery of Zimbabwe and as the Initiator/Instructor of The McEwen Photographic Studio for the National Gallery Art School. He was invited by the National Gallery of Zimbabwe to exhibit Variations On The Dan Mask (December 1995; officially opened by the U.S. Ambassador to Zimbabwe) Chambers received a U.S. Government Grant via the United States Information Service (USIS), Harare to exhibit Southwest Of Rusape: The Mucharambeyi Connection at the USIS Gallery (June-July 1995; officially opened by the U.S. Ambassador to Zimbabwe; and accepted as a part of the USIS Archives Permanent Collection). His mixed media/interactive work, Mother's 45s was selected through national search for exhibition as a part of the Parents show at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A. (1992). American Photo magazine listed one of his documentary projects, Dyer Street Portraiture in its March, 1986 issue. His documentary project, Descendants 350 was shown throughout Rhode Island, and accepted by the Secretary of State (Rhode Island) as a part of the Rhode Island State Archives Permanent Collection (1990) (received a Governor's [Rhode Island] Proclamation). Chambers founded and directed a not-for-profit, photographic arts organization and gallery, Viewpoint, Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A. (American Photo magazine reviewed one of the exhibitions at the gallery in its April, 1983 issue) (1982-1983). He also founded and directed a not-for-profit, photographic arts organization, Photoreach, Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A. (1990). He also served as an Advisory Panelist for the State of Connecticut Commission on the Arts (U.S.A.) to determine funding for residency programs. http://tomrchambers.com
Houston, Texas, United States