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Laura newton - Freelance Painting & Landscape Painting
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KEINDRA SCOTT 1901 College Blvd #210 Alva, Oklahoma 73717 (good through December 2011) (580)-732-0097 klscott42@rangers.nwosu.edu OBJECTIVE A journalism position allowing use of creativity and writing skills to develop content for various outlets while exceeding the expectations of viewers and promoting my company with the broadcast field. EDUCATION BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MASS COMMUNICATION (August 2008-Dec. 2011) Northwestern Oklahoma State University, Alva, Oklahoma Minor: Health and Sports Science Cumulative GPA:3.2 WORK EXPERIENCE K 98 ON AIR PERSONALITY (January-May 2008) Perry Broadcasting-Lawton, Oklahoma • Created and recorded commercials for varies businesses • Met deadlines for recording of promos and weekly air-checks • Organized files that included promos and sales • Updated the company website for modern news and design • Edit marketing spots for clients • Contributed to finding new ways to capture more listeners and maintain their attention Women’s Basketball Graduate Assistant (August 2010-2011) Northwestern Oklahoma State University-Alva, Oklahoma • Assisted players in maintaining focus by upholding composer in high stress situations • Taught the players how to work well with others and their fellow teammates by developing communication skills • Educated the players on the ins and outs of basketball by hosting work out sessions • Established trust relationships with other colleagues and player by building up esteem with counseling • Ensuring that all players are present for departure on time via use of time management skills CAMP COUNSELOR (June-August 2008) YMCA-Houston, Texas • Worked with children of all ages • Filed important documents on each child • Established new job responsibilities to improve work flow • Created opportunities for better school programs and career development • Assisted with designing the website when additional information or graphics became available CAREER RELATED SKILLS COMPUTER SKILLS: • Adobe In-design • Adobe Photoshop • Adobe Audition • Microsoft Office Suites • Window Movie Maker OPERATIONS: • Digital video camera • Non-linear editing • Digital camera • Social Media (facebook;twitter) REFERENCES Mr. Theodore Satterfield Instructor of Mass Communication Advisor, KNSU Radio Communication Department School of Arts and Sciences Jesse Dunn 234 Northwestern Oklahoma State University-Alva, Oklahoma (580)327-8456 tgsatterfield@nwosu.edu Mrs. Melanie Wilderman Instructor of Mass Communications Advisor, Northwestern News Communication Department School of Arts and Sciences Jesse Dunn 232 Northwestern Oklahoma State University-Alva, Oklahoma (580) 327-8481 mgwilderman@nwosu.edu Mrs. Tamara Brown Chair, Communication Department Assistant Professor of Speech Communication Department School of Arts and Sciences Vinson Hall 110 Northwestern Oklahoma State University-Alva, Oklahoma (580) 327-8429 tlbrown@nwosu.edu Mr. Milburn Barton Women's Basketball Head Coach Health and Sports Science 147 Northwestern Oklahoma State University-Alva, Oklahoma (580) 327-8626 mfbarton@nwosu.edu
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Maurice Johnson - Freelance Animation & Drawing
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Well I have been drawing and illustrating for about 17 years. I have not had a job in any industry as an artis,t but my professional skills as an artist speaks for itself. I'm not really the type to talk about myself, so when it comes to me talking of myself, I try to to keep it limited....LOL.
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