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Lucas J Vv - Freelance Event Photography & Journalistic Photography
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I love photography! I have loved it since I was about 10 years old when I started taking photography up as a hobby. I grew up in Graskop, the little town in Mpumalanga near God's Window. I started living out my passion with an Olympus OM-2, a 100-500mm Cosina lens and slide film. Wildlife photography has been, and still is an amazing experience for me. So I moved to Pretoria and studied...
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Steventology - Freelance Journalistic Photography & Art
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The doctrines of Steventology speak of perspective-shattering photojournalism, cross-spectrum camera ******* and thought-provoking literature.
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Noel Hallaby - Freelance Journalistic Photography & Operations Management
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3.0
2 Skills
$100
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I HAVE WORLD OF EXPERINCE IN THE WORLD OF CREATIVE ARTS TEXTILES AND DESIGN / VISUAL MERCHENDISER / MENS FASHION BUYER / AND MIDDLE MANAGMENT CO.ORDANATED WITH MULTI MEDIA ..LOCAL INDEPENDANT NEWSPAPER AND SYDNEY TELEVISON NETWORK TVS . DOUCMENTARY TRAVEL AND LIFESTYLE IN CONJUNTION WITH EARTH HOUR
bondi, New South Wales, Australia
Malvin Sebastian Lie - Freelance Journalistic Photography & Photo Editing
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2 Skills
$50
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Granville, New South Wales, Australia

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Robert Greenhut - Freelance Proposal Writing & Technical Writing
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Robert W. Greenhut Post Office Box 55 Jeffersonville, New York 12748 845.807.7236 E-mail: bobbyg1@hotmail.com Proposal Manager/Writer Capabilities: • Assemble and review the efforts of an appropriate team of partners, consultants, subcontractors, writers, editors, illustrators, proofreaders, and quality control and print reproduction personnel. • Prepare proposal development schedules, identify the personnel needed, delegate responsibilities, and be responsible for delivering high-quality proposals. • Manage and maintain templates, boilerplates, and all relevant documentation. • Manage company reviews of proposal input. • Maintain configuration management of all proposal content. • Write/edit proposal for readability, consistency, and appropriate tone. • Ensure proposal deadline(s) are met by establishing and enforcing proposal schedule for information gathering, writing, review, and approval. • Guide proposal team writers and financial data contributors in preparing the technical and cost components of the proposal, including understanding of the task, plan, past performance and personnel requirements. • Review proposal draft and final versions for responsiveness to RFP, compliance, thoroughness, accuracy, staffing, financial considerations, quality and effective design and layout. • Develop compliance matrices and guarantee proposal compliance. • Occasionally attend bidder's conferences and site visits. • After proposal submission, leads "proposal lessons learned" staff meeting. • Have a working knowledge of the current Federal Acquisition Regulations and all its subsidiaries (DFAR/AFAR/GFAR etc.) and the ability to read and interpret Government Synopsis, Request for Proposals (RFP), and Request for Quotes (RFQ), and Solicitations. • Write, edit, and compile technical content using a variety of sources including FAR sections L and M and appropriate forms (SF254, 255, and 330). • Have superior communication and facilitation skills, with the ability to manage a large, diverse team of technical and management personnel. Experience: Independent Consultant (2011-Present) Business: Proposals, Technical Documentation, Marketing Web Site: Under construction Industries Served: Construction management, manufacturing, health and safety Position: Technical/Proposal Writer Provided independent technical document preparation and proposal development services for the following industries: • Construction and Construction Management: provided responses to Federal and Municipal Government RFPs, RFIs, SOQs, etc. This included construction and construction management opportunities. Completed appropriate forms (SF254, 255, and 330). • Manufacturing: prepared technical manuals for electric vehicle charging stations. • Marketing: provide sales literature, presentation material and Statements of Qualifications for government contractors. Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics (2008 – 2011) Flanders, New Jersey Business: Medical Device Manufacturer Web Site: http://www.usa.siemens.com/entry/en/ Industries Served: Healthcare Position: Senior Technical Writer • Write or update both hardware and software (windows-based and proprietary) technical manuals for immunoassay instruments. • Write service and customer bulletins and change notices. • Write or update assay additions/changes. • Non-conformance, corrective action/preventative action (CAPA) and root cause investigation (RCI) documentation. • Maintain and update the service guide onboard the instrument. • Attend ECN and product upgrade meetings. • Drafting and updating reagent instructions for use, ensuring that all documentation meets regulatory requirements. • Managing review processes, implementing reviewer’s comments, and finalizing documentation for release. Safeguards Technology LLC (2007 – 2008) Hackensack, New Jersey Business: Critical Asset Security Web Site: http://www.safeguards.com/ (no longer in business) Industries Served: Government, Military and Private Sector Position: Technical Writer/Proposal Developer • Write and/or edit corporate communications such as Technical Manuals, Proposals, Catalogs, Marketing Material, Past Performance Cases, and Personnel Resumes. • Complete appropriate forms (SF254, 255, and 330). • Recruit/work with various project subcontractors during the proposal development process. • Re-write/edit foreign language-to-English technical documents. • Update material on company website. Odyssey Systems (2007) Work From Home Business: Information Services Web Site: http://www.odysseyconsult.com Industries Served: Government, Military and Private Sector Position: Senior Technical/Proposal Writer (contract) • Wrote, edited, and compiled technical content using a variety of sources including FAR sections L and M and appropriate forms (SF254, 255, and 330). • Strove to understand subject matter and be able to transform multiple inputs from subject matter experts and turn them into simple, understandable text. • Established the Odyssey Style Guide to be used as a standard for all company proposals. • Reviewed published materials and recommended revisions or changes in scope, format, content, and methods of reproduction and binding. • Worked with marketing department to create brochures, newsletters, and flyers, as appropriate. • Assisted in coordinating Bid Development department activities such as production of documents, scheduled meetings, prepared agendas, and maintained files • Focal point for “chasing” resumes, past performance etc. IHS Engineering (2006) Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey Business: Engineering / Technical Documentation / Information Services Web Site: http://www.ihs.com/ Industries Served: Government, Military and Private Sector Position: Senior Technical Writer (contract) As a Senior Technical Writer assigned to the Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey, I had been tasked by IHS (on a contract basis) to: • Research and compile technical documentation for weapons and munitions either under development or being revised by the Army. • Functions covered include operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance for both field and depot levels in CD and paper-based formats. (MIL-STD-40051B) • Some IETM exposure. WilsonMiller (2005-2006) Naples, Florida Business: Design/Planning/Construction / Architecture Web Site: http://www.wilsonmiller.com/ Industries Served: Private Sector and Government Position: Senior Proposal Manager • Managed the proposal preparation process from inception through delivery. • Most proposals (although not all) were prepared in response to a formal RFP or similar document. • Once the go/no go document has been issued, I had complete responsibility for proposal creation according to the assigned time line. • Worked with architects, planners, landscape designers, etc. to develop a solution for the potential customer. • Wrote original copy, collected data from previous proposals (data based information using a Deltek application). • Prepared government forms (SF254, 255, and 330). • Worked with graphic designers. ConEdison Solutions (2005) White Plains, New York Business: Energy Conservation Web Site: http://www.conedsolutions.com/ Industries Served: Private Sector and Government Position: Proposal Development Specialist (Proposal Writer) In this position I was charged with: • Developing proposals for both private industry and government agencies concerning energy conservation methods including equipment replacement/upgrade (chillers, air conditioning units, lighting, etc.) as either the contractor or as an instrument of a State/Federal electricity conservation program. (This involved dispensing electricity rebates.) • Complete appropriate forms (SF254, 255, and 330). Independent Consultant (2002-2005) Work From Home Business: Proposals, Technical Documentation, Marketing Web Site: Under construction Industries Served: Commercial, municipal construction, manufacturing, aerospace Position: Technical/Proposal Writer Provided independent technical document preparation and proposal development services for the following industries: • Construction: provided responses to private sector and municipal RFPs, RFIs, SOQs, etc. This included “brick and mortar” and construction management opportunities. Complete appropriate forms (SF254, 255, and 330). • Manufacturing: prepared technical manuals for equipment, software and consumer goods. • Marketing: provide sales literature and presentation material for private industry. • Aerospace: operation manuals for a start-up commercial airline. Sprint E|Solutions (1999-2002) Iselin, New Jersey Business: Managed Services/E-Business/Professional Services / IT Web Site: http://www.sprintesolutions.com/ Industries Served: E-Commerce, General IT, Professional Services Position: Senior Proposal Writer In this position I was charged with developing a contract winning proposal development process for both private industry and government agencies involving: Hosting Services, Sprint E|Solutions Data Centers, Commerce and Portal Solutions, Mobile Computing, Integrated Applications, Server Management, and Infrastructure Services / Collocation projects. • Most enterprise solution proposals were based on the results obtained by the application of a Capability Maturity Model (CMM) created by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI). • The proposal process involved developing procedures for the initiation of a proposal and the review procedures needed to issue the proposal. • Facilitated “red” and “blue” teams populated with the appropriate SMEs. • Developed a style guide for the use of the proposal group which was also used to guide non-proposal group personnel in the formation of simple proposals and general purpose documents. • Chose the authoring software/hardware and production equipment. • In addition to proposals, I was tasked with the writing of customer deliverables, capability documents (SOQs), customer assessments and SOWs (statements of work). Westfalia Separator, Inc. (1989-1998) Northvale, New Jersey Business: Equipment Manufacturer Web Site: http://www.westfalia-separator.com Industries Served: Marine, Power Generation, Biotechnology, Food and Beverage, Environmental Position: Supervisor Technical Publications, Senior Technical Writer • Prepared installation, operation, maintenance and technical manuals for: centrifuges, decanters, pump modules, de-sludgers and related machinery. This equipment was constructed to operate on either a stand-alone basis or as part of a skid mounted “turn key” solution utilizing pumps, heaters, solenoids, valves, etc. When built as a skid mounted unit, all functions were controlled/monitored (and documented) as a single assembly (usually through a PLC or similar controller). • Documented all areas of user interest including: theory of operation, functional description, installation, service, maintenance, operation and troubleshooting. • Ordered and incorporated vendor (OEM) documentation, as required. • Worked with technical personnel in Germany. • As Supervisor, I managed the documentation process, edited/approved all deliverables and expanded the role of Technical Publications into sales/marketing support and proposal generation. • Wrote/edited several company newsletters. • Supported our ISO 9001, TQM and Kaizen certification efforts with the appropriate documentation. • Unofficial company photographer. Education: • Technical and Creative Writing (ongoing when possible) • Business Communications: State University of New York (1994) • Basic Construction Techniques: United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (1980) • Photography: State University of New York (certificate) (1977) • Airframe and Composite Repair: (Grumman, 1973-1978) • Military Police Tactics: United States Air Force (1971) • Automotive Technology: State University of New York (certificate) (1970) Recent Seminars: • Desktop Design • Introduction to Total Quality Management • Newsletter Design and Production • Application of ISO 9000 Standards • CorelDraw • Understanding Electrical Ladder Diagrams • FrameMaker • Introduction to Telecommunications • Introduction to SureTrak Project Manager • Adobe PhotoShop I and II • Export Controls: Commercial Products Military Experience: United States Air Force: Provided security for the Titan II ICBM weapons system. Security Clearance: • Previously held top secret level clearance (last active in 1990) • Current Public Trust Organization Membership: • Society for Technical Communication • Association of Proposal Management Professionals Software Experience: • FrameMaker • Acrobat • Pagemaker • MSWord • Visio • Excel • PowerPoint
Newburgh, New York, United States
Lidia Krupka - Freelance Brochure Design & Graphic Design
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5.0
2 Skills
$80
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My career was launched with the benefits of a bi-continental education. I have a BA from Montreal's Concordia University, where I majored in design art, and a Masters of Fine Arts in graphic art from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, the incubator for some of the world's leading designers and poster artists. In Poland my mentors were Teresa Pagowska, Halina Chrostowska, Maciej Urbaniec and Stanislaw Wieczorek. My work experience encompasses a wide variety of projects in design, communications and advertising. I worked in the demanding world of fashion, in the competitive arena of consumer advertising, garnered international acclaim in healthcare communications and achieved a significant record of success in brand ID. Recognition for the excellence of my work came early. In my student years I enjoyed the distinction of winning several competitions and my work was rewarded with group and solo exhibitions in Warsaw and in the prestigious Banff Center for the Arts in Alberta, as well as by a grant from Krasner-Pollock Foundation in New York. My work in advertising won awards from the New York Festivals' Globals as well as from the top awards shows in the world of healthcare communications (Pace Awards, Canada; IN-AWE and RX Club, USA). I'm fortunate in having been exposed to the best design influences of the 20th and 21st centuries, this has helped me develop a cultured, educated eye. I'm dedicated to perfection and have been called a designer's designer. My outlook and design approach, which has been formed by bi-continental experience, has recently been further honed by the global challenges inherent in working in the Gulf Region. Although I have an impressive record of success in print advertising, I prefer the challenges inherent in graphic design, branding and packaging. It is in these areas, where the visual aspect is primary, that I feel I can make the strongest contribution to my clients' success.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Matt Kargol - Freelance Sculpting & Mural Painting
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4.0
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Matthew N. Kargol 864-508-6455 www.matthewkargol.yolasite.com/www.321blastart.com/ iowasculptor@yahoo.com Education and Certification: 2005 MFA, Clemson University, Fine Arts 2005 MA, University of Northern Iowa, Visual Arts 1997 BA, (*** Laude) University of Northern Iowa, Art/ Teaching Iowa K-12 art teacher license folder # 335906 Iowa Community College Certification Professional Career History 2011- present Clemson Art Center, Clemson, SC Art Teacher • Develops and teaches art lessons to elementary and middle school students • Clemson Artist Guild Member • Clemson Arts Festival planning committee Full-Time Sculptor Conducts and maintains business operations for Blast Art art services • Promotes Blast Art to the public/ Maintains contacts with media outlets to promote activities/ coordinates receptions/ classes/ and happenings at Blast Art studios/ Coordinates with artists to carry out exhibitions in Clemson 2009-2012 Artistry Gallery and Workshops, Greenville, SC Full-Time Sculptor, gallery director, assistant manager • Conducts and maintains business operations for Blast Art art services • Promotes Blast Art and Artistry Workshops and Gallery to the public/ Maintains contacts with media outlets to promote activities/ coordinates receptions/ classes/ and happenings at Artistry/ Coordinates with artists to design and carry out exhibitions at Artistry Gallery/ Manages artist tenant concerns and maintain proper working conditions of the Studios/ Coordinates educational programs at Artistry 2005-2009 Northern State University, Aberdeen, SD Assistant professor of Art- Area Head for 3-D foundations, Sculpture, Art Education Also taught: 2-D Design, Drawing, Professionalism in the Arts, Art Appreciation, Survey of Art History Student Advising/ exit assessment development/ NCATE Re-accreditation/ Curriculum Development/ Capstone Experience Development/ Foundations/ Development/Scheduling,/ Co-op internship development and supervision • Doubled Art Department enrollment of art majors in less than four years through program development, recruitment, and retention of existing students • Developed and Promoted department activities to the public • Student Teaching University Supervisor • Implemented NSU Glass program (developed curriculum and facilities for program) • Founded and Coordinated Gallery 212 student gallery • Developed the NSU Sculpture Project (outdoor sculpture on campus program) • NSU Annual HS Workshop Day, developer, coordinator, promoter, recruiter, presenter • NSU Diversity committee, NSU Teacher Ed. Council, Assessment Committee • Gallery Committee, Art Department Student Organizations Committee, Fine Arts Building and Renovation Planning Committee, Senior Review committees 2005 Palmetto Media Advertising, Seneca, SC Lead Designer, concept artist, and copywriter • Performed lead role in the design and production of print, identity, packaging • Juggled short-turnaround jobs with longer, more complex projects • Developed business, managed vendors, served as client liaison • Managed press checks, art directed photos, supervised team design efforts • Maintained production schedules and budgets 2003-2005 Clemson University, Clemson, SC Instructor of Record, Sculpture/ 3-D Design Emerging Scholars, Summer experience for HS students, Clemson, SC 2001-2003 Southeast Polk Community Schools, Runnells, IA High School Art Teacher/ Wrestling Coach • Drawing, Painting, Graphic design, 3-D design, Intro to Art • Art Club creator and advisor • Assistant Varsity Wrestling Coach 2000-2001 Burlington Community Schools, Burlington, IA High School Art Teacher • Drawing, Painting, Ceramics, Intro to Art • Art Club creator and advisor, • Empty Bowls advisor 2000 Hawkeye Community College, Waterloo, IA Adjunct Professor • Drawing II/ Curriculum Development for 3-D and reciprocity with area colleges Awards: Recipient Clemson Art Center's 2012 Solo exhibition Recipient NSU Faculty Performance Award 2007 Recipient of South Dakota Arts Council Project Grant for the NSU Sculpture Project Recipient of the John Acorn Outstanding Graduate Student in Art Award Clemson University Teacher of the Year 2001, Burlington Community Schools, Burlington, IA Recipient of a grant for the collection and study of the development of Children’s art Selected for inclusion in the College Art Association Regional MFA Exhibition Selected for inclusion in The 2004 South Carolina Triennial Art Show Clemson University Department of Art Fellowship Clemson Graduate Recruitment Fellowship Clemson Graduate Assistantship Toslebe-Ray Graduate Art Scholarship University of Northern Iowa Graduate Assistantship University of Northern Iowa in House Scholarship James and Merrill Hearst Art Scholarship A research Grant for the collection and study of the development of Children’s art Presentations: • Greenville, SC Architecture Month Presentation on Public Art, April 2011 • Guest Critique, Greenville Technical College, Greenville, SC 12/ 2010 • Guest Critique, Greenville Technical College, Greenville, SC 12/ 2009 • Guest Artist and Juror, Northeast Missouri State University, Maryville, MO • Presenter "Public Art " 2008 South Dakota College Art Association Conference • Presenter "Public Art In South Dakota" 2007 South Dakota College Art Association Conference • NSU Annual HS Art Workshop Day 2005-2008 Commissions: • 2012 Finalist, Dilworth Community Founding Sculpture Project, Charlotte, NC • 2011 “GO!”, Finalist, University of Northern Iowa, Multimodal Transportation Facility Public Art Component, Cedar Falls, IA • 2011 Folded Chairs and Table, New Morning Gallery, Asheville, NC • 2011 End Tables, Greenville/ Charleston, SC Residence • 2010 Chandelier, Greenville, SC residence • 2010 Table, Greenville, SC residence • 2010Desk, Art and Light Gallery, Greenville, SC • 2010 Bench, Art and Light Gallery, Greenville, SC • 2009 "In Varietate Concordia", Public Art Sculpture, Sioux Falls, SD • 2009 Finalist artist for Dean DeCarli Plaza Public Art Sculpture, Stockton, CA • 2007 “Greta”, Aurora Performing Arts Center: Fox Theater, Public Art Sculpture, Aurora, CO • 2007 “*******”, NSU Sculpture Project, Public Art Sculpture, Aberdeen, SD • 2007 “Bench #1”, NSU Bench Competition, Public Art Sculpture, Aberdeen, SD • 2007 NSU Technology Center Sculpture Courtyard designer, Aberdeen, SD • 2007 "Fairytale Castles", Aberdeen Oz Festival Mural, Public Art Mural, Aberdeen, SD • 2006 “Spotted Dog”, Des Moines East Village Rack n Roll: Public Art Sculpture, Des Moines, IA • 2006 "Dorothy in OZ", Aberdeen Oz Festival Mural, Public Art Mural, Aberdeen, SD • 2000 Finalist, Hearst Center for the Arts Public Art Sculpture, Cedar Falls, IA • 1998 “Passage”, Bettendorf Learning Campus Public Art Sculpture, Bettendorf, IA Selected Exhibitions: 2012 Anderson Arts Center Juried Exhibition, Anderson, SC Best of Show Solo Exhibition, September 2012, Clemson Fine Arts Center, Clemson, SC Clemson Artists Guild Member Show, Clemson Fine Arts Center, Clemson, SC Best of Show/ First Place Blue Ridge Arts Council, Juried show, Blue Ridge Arts Council, Seneca, SC 2011 Greenville Open Studios, Greenville, SC Clemson Fine Arts Center, Sculpture Exhibition, Clemson, SC American Craft Council Exhibition, Baltimore, MD Artistry Studios Small Works Show, Greenville, SC Art and Light Gallery, Greenville, SC 2010 Art and Light Gallery, Greenville, SC Greenville Open Studios, Greenville, SC Greenville First Friday’s, Greenville, SC 2009 Greenville Open Studios, Greenville, SC Solo Exhibition, Northern State University, Aberdeen, SD 2007 South Dakota College Art Association Conference Exhibition, Aberdeen, SD Dakota Discovery Museum, Mitchell, SD South Dakota Center for the Arts, Statewide Juried Exhibition; Brookings, SD Northern State University Faculty Exhibition, Aberdeen, SD William Penn University, Oskaloosa, IA: Two Person exhibition 2006 Solo show, Presentation College, Aberdeen, SD Sioux City Regional Juried Art Exhibition, Sioux City Art Center, Sioux City, IA South Dakota Regents Gallery, Invitational, Brookings, SD 2005 Winterfest, Aberdeen, SD Iowa State Fair Juried Art Exhibition, 1st Place award, Des Moines, IA Clemson Summer Show, Lee Gallery, Clemson University, Clemson, SC MFA Thesis Show “The Hairless Monkey Art Show” Lee Gallery, Clemson University, Clemson, SC College Art Association Regional MFA Exhibition 2005 Lowe Gallery, Atlanta GA, Curators: Bill Lowe, Robin P. Dana 2004 South Carolina Triennial, State Museum, Columbia, SC Bascome-Louise Gallery Highlands, NC Anderson County Arts Center Juried art show Anderson, SC University of Georgia, MFA sculpture exchange, Athens, GA 2003 South Carolina State Fair, Juried Fine Arts Exhibition, Award winner, Columbia, SC Art Dive Spring Show, Featured artist, Valley Junction, West Des Moines, IA 2000 Graduate Outdoor Solo Show, Waterloo Art Center, Waterloo, IA 1999 Solo Show, UNI Gallery of Art, Cedar Falls, IA Sculpture on Second, Cedar Rapids, IA Woodland Garden Show, Hearst Center for the Arts, Cedar Falls, IA
Oskaloosa, Iowa, United States
Julia Mlodzik - Freelance Video Editing & Video Production
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4.0
2 Skills
$15
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SKILLS I am an independent, driven and enthusiastic person who loves to work with others and has an upbeat personality. I’m good with numbers and am computer proficient, and am able to learn software and new procedures with ease. In addition to this, I am very knowledgeable in a variety of video editing programs such as Final Cut, iMovie and Adobe Premiere. I am eager to learn and am a good listener who is respectful to authority. EXPERIENCE Subway, University of Guelph Center, Guelph, ON - Cashier and Food Preparation January 2017 - April 2017 Tasks related to job include: Taking orders on a computer, charging customers and making change. Making various menu items. Resupplying stock at the front of the store. Ensuring cleanliness of the store. Sunset Grill, 105 Clair Rd. E. Guelph, ON - Bussing, Hostessing, and Cash July 2016 - September 2016 Tasks related to job include: Clearing/cleaning tables once customers finish meal Handling cash and doing related jobs at the till Hostessing Cleaning bathrooms Pizzaville, 2 Clair Rd. E. Guelph, ON - Cashier and Front of Store July 2015 - August 2016 Tasks related to job include: Taking orders on a computer, charging customers and making change. Making various menu items. Resupplying resources in the front, as well as ensuring the store looks clean. Cleaning bathrooms. EDUCATION Bishop Macdonell Catholic High School, 200 Clair Rd. W. Guelph, ON - Current Student September 2013 - PRESENT I am currently enrolled in Bishop Macdonell High School and am studying at the Grade 12 University level for all applicable subjects. I hope to pursue a career in media production and post-production. ACHIEVEMENTS 2012, Winner: Ontario Young Authors Awards Writing Contest for short story submission “Butterflies.” 2012, Winner: Academic Award of Excellence at school. 2013, Winner: Award of Merit in school (for overall academic achievement). 2013 - 2014 school year: Cardinal Collins (90% and up) honour roll student. 2014, Winner: Celtic Ambassador Award (for applying talents outside of school in areas such as volunteer work). 2014 - 2015 school year: Cardinal Collins (90% and up) honour roll student. 2015 - 2016 school year: Cardinal Collins (90% and up) honour roll April 2017, 3rd Place Recipient: Skills Canada (Qualifying competition) for T.V./Video Production. May 2017, 7th Place Recipient: Skills Canada (Provincial competition) for T.V./Video Production. 2017, Winner: Celtic Culture Award (for helping to promote the culture of the school through production of videos)
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Michele Nacy - Freelance Biography Writing & Test Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
$50
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Michele J. Nacy, Ph.D. Seattle Area - Washington March 19, 2013 To Whom It May Concern: With twenty years of higher education teaching, writing and researching experience, I want to use my professional knowledge in a new and diverse field. In academia I was a “teacher”, but that title does not truly describe my experience. Editor/proof reader: When research projects were completed my job was to edit and proof read each student’s first draft. This included checking grammar, word usage, sentence structure, and the flow of the document. I prided myself in not only editing papers, but also teaching students how to edit their own work. Because of my thoroughness former students often asked me to edit papers for their other classes. Customer service: A college professor is tasked with teaching, yet each is also expected to make sure that students are satisfied with their academic experiences. To assure student approval teachers are expected to structure their classes so students not only learn, but also enjoy the experience. Student satisfaction is measured through verbal and written feedback and student evaluations at the end of each class. Teachers quickly learn that their job is far more complex than simply sharing/imparting knowledge. Researcher: As a history teacher my job included directing research projects. Students learned the difference between primary and secondary sources, and the proper form of documentation for their sources. They learned the proper way to find academic and viable sources both in a library and online. Students learned the importance of a peer reviewed article, and a contemporary commercial article. In my own research I had to sift through numerous pieces of ‘historical evidence’ determining the strength of the evidence. With twenty years of experience in research, editing, proof reading, and customer service, I believe that I will be a perfect applicant for the Freelance-Proofreader position. My references are available upon request. Sincerely, Michele Nacy
Kent, Washington, United States
Laura E Lee - Freelance Painting & Animal Illustration
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5.0
2 Skills
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I Graduated in 2010 with my BFA in painting from the University of North Alabama. I am skilled with a paintbrush, but i also can use a pen and pencil, as well as Programs like Photoshop and Illustrator. I received the Congressional Art Award, which included one of my works hanging in Washington D.C. for a year. pursuing work as an artist is my passion and i believe my work shows that passion in expression,and execution. i always considering my skills in a learning process, so that i can overcome weaknesses, and produce better quality work each time.
Texas, United States