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Mark Goldstein - Freelance Grant Writing & Proposal Writing
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Asheville, North Carolina, United States
Christine Barnhart - Freelance Grant Writing & Article Writing
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Asheville, North Carolina, United States

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Julia Siabini - Freelance Page Design & Brochure Design
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Objective Seeking for unique opportunities to contribute the knowledge and skills for the company’s growth while building a career in design field, as an effective graphic designer. Education Pensacola Christian College Pensacola, Florida BS Visual Arts, Candidate May 2014 Major: Graphic Design Minor: Advertising and Mathematics Relevant Courseworks: Logo, identity design, poster, layout, advertising design, and web design. Qualifications Proficient in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign Knowledge of Adobe Dreamweaver, Flash, After Effects, and Premium Mac and PC platform Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point Knowledge of HTML/CSS Photography Fluent in English and Indonesian Recognition Dean’s List: two semesters. Experiences Public Relation Team Fall 2013, Turkey Bowl, Pensacola, FL. Worked on team for the biggest event at college, with more than 50 colleagues participated, under supervision. Planned the program (the field for soccer game, stands for foods and beverages, and financial income from the event) to run smoothly. Window Display Design Fall 2014, Spring 2014, Pensacola, FL. Worked on team developing theme and design for College Bookstore Display window. Work from scratch, built the stage from one design paper to actual 3D display window. Participated in installing and decorating the window display with other team members. Graphic Design Internship Vivere Collection, Furniture Company. Jakarta, Indonesia. Designed annual report for department of the company. Mocked-up invitation design for one of the event that the company held. Made advertisements that featured in local magazine. Designed vehicle wrap advertisements on trucks that will be used to distribute company products. Maintain company’s website by adding new information and uploaded new pictures of products. Edited pictures for the annual magazine that had been printed and distributed for clients. Graphic Design Internship Domba Kecil, pre-school. Jakarta, Indonesia. Designed 3-size calendar layouts: wall, table, and card. Designed brochures, nametags, CD, handouts, and bookmarks for an event. Re-designed a goody bag to be given to people. Made bulletin and achievement boards from recycled stuff, displayed in front of the school. 2013/2014 Yearbook Team Section Editor, Pensacola Christian College In charged on several sections in the yearbook. Mostly worked on choosing pictures, editing, placing pictures, grammar and spelling checks, and proofing. Required a lot attention of details. Worked under supervision.
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Dan Bellini - Freelance Illustration & Mural Painting
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Malia Beermann - Freelance Website Design & Website Ad Design
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Artistic, Educated, and Determined professional with strong web and graphic design skills seeking an opportunity to creatively partner with an organization in a graphic design role. Summary of Qualifications : * Highly educated in the field of graphic design with a skill set in Flash, Fireworks, and Java. * Ability to multi-task and maintain creative point-of-view across in-class assignments and coursework. Education Certificate - Advanced Web Page Design 2012 Penn Foster Career School Scranton, PA Certificate - Web Page Design 2009 Penn Foster Career School Scranton, PA Technical Programs : * Adobe Flash, Adobe Fireworks and Microsoft Office
Lamberton, Minnesota, United States
Dr. Yomi Garnett - Freelance Article Writing & Book Writing
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$30
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Hello. My name is Dr. Yomi Garnett. I am an accomplished ghostwriter. I am also author of three books of my own, two of which were published in the United States. I speak and write English with proficient fluency. I am also capable of working at at an incredible speed, being someone who is able to conduct literary research with with a rare acumen and accuracy. Additionally, I blog prolifically on my facebook community page, and on my personal blog. I understand that I will have no authorship rights to writing jobs. I also agree that you will not tolerate plagiarism. Frankly, I can assure you that, not only am I the appropriate person you, I am also suitably positioned to cater to your literary needs over a very long period. With kind regards, Yomi Garnett. WRITING SAMPLE : An article written for the in-house magazine of a Spa and Fitness Center. OBJECTIVE: To extol the virtues of Hydrotherapy. THE MAGIC EFFECTS OF WATER THERAPY AND MASSAGE Hot baths can do more than keep you clean. Warm baths have for centuries been traditional methods of healing amongst the Greeks, Romans, Chinese and Japanese. The recuperative and healing properties of a hot bath are based on its mechanical and thermal effects. Generally, heat relaxes and soothes the body, slowing down the activity of internal organs. Cold, in contrast, stimulates and invigorates, increasing internal activity. If your muscles are tensed, and you are anxious, a hot bath will soothe you. So, if you were extremely exhausted and drained of all energy, for instance, you might take a hot bath, followed by a quick, brisk and invigorating shower, to help stimulate your mind and body. One might perhaps conclude that it’s all a question of experimenting to determine what water method best suits one. The goal, however, must always be to use water therapy, otherwise technically called hydrotherapy, to achieve a state of comfort, relaxation and refreshment. Water has a special utility in achieving stress-relief and body rejuvenation. It invigorates blood circulation in the skin and muscles. It has a calming effect on the endocrine system, stomach, heart and lungs by stimulating nerve reflexes in the spinal cord. When you submerge yourself in a bath, you experience some form of weightlessness, and your body is spared the constant pull of gravity. Water also has a hydrostatic effect, since it gives a massage-like feeling as the water gently kneads your body. When water is in a twirling motion, it stimulates touch receptors on the skin, boosting blood circulation and easing the spasm of muscles. The more the water is in motion; the higher is its stress-relieving benefit. That is why a whirlpool bath is infinitely more effective in relieving stress than a still water bath. Let us experiment briefly. Run hot water into your bath tub, maintaining the temperature at a hundred degrees Fahrenheit. Sprinkle some Epsom salt into the water, following up with a liberal dose of bath oil and scented bubble bath. Now, soak yourself in the bath for an hour, following which you should step briskly under a cold shower for only ten minutes. Welcome to a new and invigorated you!
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Qi SHANG - Freelance Drawing & Mural Painting
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2012-2011 BZgallery, contract Artist (oil&Acrylic painting) 2011-2004 Foria INC, print artist (computer drawing realistic things&design pattern on shirt. like hunting, fishing,car,motorcycle...) 2001-2004 Sean Drawing studio (teach both kid and adult drawing&painting) 2110-1998 Mural painting on Oklahoma State Capital & painting mural over 20 city in Oklahoma 2001-1998 BA degree & MA degree( graphic art &art education) 1998-1992 Art Instructor ( Beijing Normal University Department of Art) 1989-1985 BA degree in Graphic Art, Beijing Normal University Department of Art
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Brett Larson - Freelance Article Writing & Editing
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Brett Larson 11755 90th Avenue, Milaca, MN 56353 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Editor, Assistant Editor, Reporter, Photographer, Mille Lacs Messenger, Isle, MN, 1997-present. • Managed production of weekly newspaper, quarterly magazine, special projects, and website. Served as editor since August of 2007, interim editor June through August 2001 and April through August 2004, full-time reporter November 1997 through August 2000. Led staff of four to eight reporter/photographers, typesetters, photo techs, and interns. Hired two editors, one full-time reporter, several interns. Supervised restructuring and downsizing of editorial department. Designed and launched new websites for Mille Lacs Messenger and Aitkin Independent Age. Built and moderated Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube pages for Mille Lacs Messenger. Wrote news stories, feature stories, weekly columns, and blogs on local, state, and national issues. Trained staff in photography, video, writing, Photoshop, Quark, Joomla, and other skills and programs. Represented newspaper at community meetings and events. Won Premack Award for Public Affairs Journalism in 2010, Best Columnist award from Minnesota Newspaper Association (MNA) in 2010 and 2011, Best Feature Story from National Newspaper Association in 2010. Received MNA awards for website, multimedia project, headline writing, photography. Journalism Instructor, Peter Arnett School of Journalism, Southern Institute of Technology, Invercargill, New Zealand, December 2006-June 2007. • Taught courses in bachelor's degree and certificate programs, including Interviewing, Design, Grammar, Subediting, Math for Journalists, and Newswriting. Adjunct Instructor of Journalism and English, Anoka-Ramsey Community College, Cambridge, MN, 1998-present. • Taught traditional, online, and hybrid courses in Introduction to Journalism and Mass Communications, Introduction to Media Writing, Photojournalism, Practical Experience in Journalism, College Writing and Critical Reading, Short Stories, Canoeing. Advised student newspaper staff 1999-2006. Managed and increased production, mentored staff. Designed and implemented Wilderness Challenge program. Guided canoe trips to Boundary Waters. Named to faculty honor roll in 2000-2001 and 2003-2004. English Instructor, Rainy River Community College, International Falls, MN, 1994-1997. • Taught Composition, Technical Writing, Creative Writing, American Literature, Environmental Literature, Intercultural Communication, Developmental Writing. Edited student literary publication. Advised student writers and managed production. Developed learning community program for at-risk students. Wildlife Technician, various employers, 1989-1996. • Monitored peregrine falcon hacksite for the Peregrine Fund, summer 1989 • Conducted spotted owl surveys for Washington Department of Natural Resources, summer 1991 • Conducted bird surveys for Wildlife International, spring 1992 • Conducted nest searches for University of Minnesota graduate student Jim Manolis, summer 1992 • Assisted NDSU grad student Diane Larson with research on red-eyed vireos, summer 1993-94 • Conducted bird surveys for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, spring-summer 1993 • Planted prairie grass and wildflowers for Prairie Restorations, summer 1996 EDUCATION North Dakota State University, M.A. (1994) in English. Bethel College, B.A. (1986) in Social Science and Literature. University of Minnesota (1991-92) completed courses in biology, zoology, botany. Rainy River Community College (1992-1993) completed courses in Ojibwe language. St. Cloud State University (1997) completed course in ecology. PUBLICATIONS Hundreds of news stories, feature stories, columns and photographs published in Mille Lacs Messenger, 1997-present. www.millelacsmessenger.com. Many additional publications and unpublished work available at brettlarson.us or by request. HONORS AND AWARDS Summa *** Laude graduate of Bethel College in 1986. 4.0 GPA in Master's program at North Dakota State University, membership in Phi Kappa Phi honor society. Best Columnist award from Minnesota Newspaper Association in 2010 and 2011. Best Feature Story award from National Newspaper Association in 2010. Premack Award for Public Affairs Journalism in 2010.
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Elie Berkowitz - Freelance Business Card Design & Brochure Design
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I am a versatile, creative thinker looking to expand my portfolio. Nothing is more important to me than making the client happy and I will work tirelessly to achieve that goal (references are available to speak to that!). Examples of past work available upon request.
Astoria, New York, United States
Natalie Avila - Freelance Article Writing & Creative Writing
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4.0
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I am an 18 year old graduate who's always had a passion for writing. My favorite way to write is creatively, it's very free but, I can also write articles on serious topics. I want nothing more than to write for a living and, I am very devoted to producing the best product possible.
Tucson, Arizona, United States