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Cole Randall - Freelance Poem Writing & Music Composition
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St. Louis, Missouri, United States

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Planned, developed and spearheaded the library Summer Reading, Year of the Military Family, Red Ribbon Week, Holiday Christmas Story Time w/ Santa, and many more. 8/1969 - 8/1992 Visual Information Specialist E-7 United States Air Force Last assignment, 31 Communications Squadron Homestead AFB, FL Hours per week: 40 Volunteered sixteen hours at Thirteenth Air Force Protocol/Public Affairs, coordinating TDY orders, travel arrangements, lodging, itineraries, base tours, seating arrangement at special functions, to include dining room table set up, windshield tours, ground travel (rental cars), and off base support and security special events. Coordinated community relations interviews and meetings for commander to discuss national and regional news, impact on the relationship between the Filipino Community and U.S. Forces stationed at Clark AB. Volunteered 14 hours weekly, as Video Camera Operator at the base Armed Forces Television Network, (AFRTN) Studio, videotaping ground-breaking, as it happened news, such as the Philippine legendary People Power demonstration outside the main gate. Successfully managed Command Presentation Support Centers; scheduling and supporting 10,000+ briefings. Transported setup and operated AV equipment for conferences in hotels and convention centers in Miami, Boston, Houston, San Francisco, and Pensacola Florida. While assigned to 1363d Combat Camera, Det. 7, Thirteenth Air Force, Command Presentation Center, Clark AB, Philippines; it was my distinct honored to showcase my AV expertise in support of 10,000 + high level conferences chaired by US Government Officials such as; Senators, Congressmen, Air Force General Officers, Philippine Government Officials on base and in the various hotels in Manila, Camp John Hay, Cebu, Tokyo Japan, and Honolulu Hawaii. It was truly an honor to support briefings chaired by; President George Bush Senior, President Fidel Ramos & Corizon Aquino (Philippines), General Colin Powell, the late great General Daniel "Chappy" James, Jr., Senator (s) Richard Lugar, Bob Dole, the first black Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Thomas Barnes, General P.C. Carnes and General Merrill McPeak. During my military career I setup and operated 35MM, 16MM film projectors, 35MM slide projectors, overhead projectors, opaque projects, were considered multimedia presentations. EDUCATION: Penn Foster College Current Student Pursuing AS Degree in Graphic Design Carolina Central Community College (01/08/2009 – 05/15/2009) Sanford, North Carolina United States Credits: 6 Fayetteville Technical Community College (General Ed.) Fayetteville, North Carolina United States Description: General Ed. 4 Credits Coastline Community College (02/15/2003 - 05/15/2003) Mountain Valley, California United States Credits: 6 Description: Anthropology Course Southern Illinois University Travis AFB, California United States Degree: - Major: Work Force Education and Development Credits: 126 Description: Workforce Education & Development - Training, Employee Benefits Programs, Wage & Labor, Health & Benefits, Workman's Compensation Claims, Human Resource, Technical Writing, Adult Teaching, Proposal Writing, Linkages Solano Community College (02/01/2004 - 03/15/2005) Fairfield, California Major: General Education Credits: 6 RELATIVE TRAINING: 2008 DVS-G VTC Certification 2007 Digital Multimedia Course, Defense Information School, (DINFOS) Fort Meade MD, (240 hours) 2005 Visual Information Manager’s Course, Defense Information School (DINFOS) Fort MD, (80 hours) 2005 Microsoft Advanced Excel, Fayetteville, NC 2004 Computer Hardware - New Horizons, Roseville, CA 1969 – 1992 Visual Information Specialist – United States Air Force REFERENCES: Steven Santos, 3630 Alamo Drive, Vacaville CA, (707) 514-5222 - Personal Lisa Andrew, Fairfield CA, (707) 422-1601- Professional Richard Armading, 43 CS / CV, Pope AFB, NC (910) 394 -2541- Professional Capt. Beverly Mock, (Former Supervisor, now in Germany) beverly.mock@ramstein.af.mil
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Annalyn Miller - Freelance Journalistic Photography & Creative Writing
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Personal Statement- At this moment of my life I am trying to settle into my new home, and find a job that I can start saving with. My goal is to be successful in school; I am attending Seattle Central Community College. This will be to prepare me for grad school after I receive my Associates of Arts degree. My long term goal is to become an Art Therapist; I believe I can give back to my community and aid individuals while pursuing my hobbies and strengths with this path. Through Art Therapy my goal is to continue my life long work with children, I am hoping to bring my future counseling skills to Foster children, and any other child in need. My short term goals would be that of finding a full time job, maintaining a 4.0- 3.8 GPA and then moving once again into my own place. I have extensive experience working with diverse situations, including calling parents regarding their children, to working under pressure to ensure classrooms are set up in time. I work well under stress, and have always been able to remain calm in high stress situations. Most of the experience I have that would benefit any employer comes from working in childcare and volunteering in a middle school classroom. The qualities that I would be able to bring to the work place stem from the work experience I have had surrounding childcare, which varies from cooking and serving lunch to writing complete and organized lesson plans. I’m very good with children, which is the reason I have exclusively worked with them for so many years. Career Objectives- As I stated, I am currently looking for a full time position. I am willing to work hard, and be as flexible as I can. I firmly believe that any job I receive will sculpt me into a more successful woman as I move on with my goals and go out into the world after I gradate from grad school. Job History Daycare teacher Company Name: Cascade Vista Childcare Company Type and Title: Education Teacher’s Assistant at Childcare Facility, Kitchen help, Janitorial Location: Renton WA Dates: Jun 2009 - Aug 2010 Teacher’s Assistant Company Name: Bellevue School District Company Type and Title: Education, Internships- Teacher’s assistant ~ duties; writing and delivering lessons, managing classroom behavior, helping student’s with questions, demonstrating to the class, grading work, all the same duties as the teacher Location: Tillicum Middle School; Bellevue Washington Dates: Jan 2011 – Jun 2011 Education Newport High School Degree Type: Diploma Fields of Study: focused AP courses- College Credit classes-,AP United States History, AP Environmental Science, AP Art History ,AP Literature and Language, AP Photography, AP American Government, Internship class- Teaching Academy (internship within classroom for teaching position) Dates: 2009 – 2011 Seattle Central Community College Degree Type: Transferable AA (in progress) Fields of Study: Psychology, Art, Art History Dates: Currently enrolled. Classes from 9-12:30 for Winter Quarter. Skills Self Starter- once I am aware of my duties Organized Creative Thinker Work as a Team Follow Directions Receives Constructive Criticism Patient with others Interacts well with diverse groups of people Friendly and out reaching References Wendi Osborn Job Title: Daycare Director Company: Cascade Vista Childcare Telephone: 206 406 7826 Type: Professional Rick Kilcup Job Title: Teacher- Mentor Company: Newport High School Telephone: 425 351 2575 Type: Professional Amy Hurst Job Title: Life Coach Telephone: 306 362 0247 Type: Personal Achievements - As for my achievements, during high school I was awarded AP scholar, meaning that I scored well on my AP tests. I recently was awarded two scholarships through the Pride Foundation. I received the PFLAG scholarship, as well as the Pride Community Scholarship.I was also published at the age of 15. Interests/ Hobbies- Photography, Sewing, Painting/ Sketching, Creative Writing/ Poetry, Reading
Seattle, Washington, United States