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Abby Staffieri - Freelance Blog Writing & Newsletter Writing
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Looking for someone to write an information packed article for your newsletter? Or are you looking for someone to write a cute children's books? How about someone to simply proofread/edit your book or article? Look no farther, for you have found the person to write everything that you need! Check out www.wix.com/abbystaffieri/portfolio for writing samples (new samples add quite often). Hope to...
Leola, Pennsylvania, United States
Beth Miller - Freelance Proposal Writing & Newsletter Writing
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master's degree in professional writing bachelor's in journalism coursework in technical writing, medical terminology and grant writing over 20 years' experience in customer service and professional writing published numerous newspaper and magazine articles written several successful grant proposals
Johnstown, Pennsylvania, United States
Akintunde Adeyemo - Freelance Writing & Newsletter Writing
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I'm a critical thinker and a prolific writer looking for a platform to share my knowledge on various issues in our society . I'm willing to travel to anywhere in the world to gather facts and report accurately my findings . I'm a curious person and always looking for answers at any time and i will be a very valuable asset to whoever seeks my service in future .
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Janice Barnard - Freelance Article Writing & Newsletter Writing
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States

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Samantha Bakunzi - Freelance Animation & Book Cover Design
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I am I stay at home mother and an artist as well as a writer. I am able to write almost anything if given the chance. My drawing skills are only hand drawn not computer animation. I can do book covers, inside designs, business cards, cartoon work,you name it.
Springfield, Missouri, United States
Marilyn Cintron - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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My name is Marilyn Cintron and I am a 44 year old, very plugged in and aware stay at home mom. I have always loved creative writing and would love to do it for a living. I am available seven days a week and would never stop until the job was done and done well. My price would be $1 per word or $100 for 100 words. I am very well versed on on number of subjects; including sports, entertainment, politics, and music. Please consider me for this position as I would give it my all. I have a lot of time to dedicate to this position and would love the sense of accomplishment it would give me.
Glassboro, New Jersey, United States
Cslangley - Freelance Blog Writing & Article Writing
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Profile: A young, dedicated, loyal, and hard-working individual who is a quick learner and desires a position with a manufacturing firm preferably with training potential for increasing job skills. Professional Goals: Developing a career within a manufacturing concernthat is an industry leader. Such a firm would employ today's cutting edge manufacturing methods such as lean-manufacturing and Kaizen and offer associates the opportunity to advance as they acquire expertise in these methods . The ideal company would encourage interaction with team members and colleagues to, not only advance immediate issues in the process, but also allow me to increase my general knowledge in a wide variety of manufacturing subject-matter. Education: High School G.E.D. Currently: Enrolled inAnderson adult education math program. Applying to Greenville Technical College for continuing education course-work providing CNC machining programming and operation training. Skills: Windows-based operating systems knowledge in XP/Vista/Windows 7 and NT Pro. Microsoft Word and Excel as well as the equivalent Open Office software. Operate various machine tools including vertical mill; jig-bore as well as provide the setups for the various operation from the prints. Use a vast array of power tools and hand tools to build and repair machinery. Perform various metrological operations using calipers, micrometers and other precision measurement instruments for sizing and quality control. This includes both Standard and metric systems and conversions. Operate a forklift. Organize the various tools and materials necessary to optimize the work-flow and assemble manufactured components into a finished assembly. Experience: P/T Data Entry for an Attorney based in California. Previously employed with Stratosphere Quality performing automotive components Quality Control checks. Advantage Staffing- as a full-time machine operator for Eaton Aeroquip . Process experience includes operation and set-up of 35 ton draw press and 110 ton straight side punch press: set up and operation of single component roll form machine: apply component coatings in a process called Trans-lube. Other responsibilities include using metrological tools to check measurements on components for first QC. Filling out and filing daily production reports. Employed since 2/13/2012-6-30-2012 Employed since 1/2011 Presently employed part-time by SP&P Inc. as a machinist's assistant. Responsibilities include operating machine tools, cutting raw material, assembling components and a vast array of hand tool operations including drilling; tapping and measurement. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Employed 2005-2006- Plastic injection press operator for Coats & Clark (now closed). Responsibilities included machine setup. The removal of the parts from the mold with subsequent inspection of the parts. Packing of the parts with all of the necessary paperwork included. Employed 2006-2007 -Warehouse picker/packer for Jantzen Mfg. Responsibilities included line-item assembly of sales order tickets of goods to be shipped domestically and abroad. Package the items and label for shipping. Employed at Clemson Area Retirement Center 2008-2011 as Laundry Custodian. P/T Data Entry for an Attorney based in California.
Anderson, South Carolina, United States
Bob Kehl - Freelance Fantasy Art & Book Illustration
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$15
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Bob Kehl www.bobkehl.net Education Bachelor of Computer Science –Game Design Brown College, May 2010 3.4 GPA Related Experience W/Slash Media Designer June 2010-October 2011 • Create e-learning modules in flash for Sony, Michelin, Goodrich, Uniroyal and many others • Create the design and flow of the e-learning program to maximize the learning experience • Create 3D avatar sales scenes to help the user’s sales skills along with product knowledge Electric Flannel Sprite Artist Intern March 2010-June2010 • Completed 30 sprite sheets for the company’s mobile applications • Created all concept designs for 2D characters, enemies, props, and environments • Designed a collection of backgrounds and characters for Torque IPhone 2D mobile applications Software Proficiency • Adobe: Photoshop, Flash, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Bridge, Fireworks and After Effects • Microsoft express 2010, J Creator, Manga Studio, Visual Studio, some eclipse • 3DS Max, Mudbox, Zbrush, Torque 2D, Unity, Unreal Editor Skills • 2D Art: Sprite Sheets, Concepts, Animations, Designs, and Illustrations • 3D Art: Sculpting, Texturing, Unwrap, and Topology, and Modeling, Low and High poly • Programming/Scripting: Action Script 2.0&3.0, C#, Visual Basic. Project Experience Sony Projects Designed, programmed, and developed objects and animations for many Sony e-learning modules. Below are a few links of completed projects for Sony Blue Ray: http://www.cyberscholar.com/?company_site/index/Sony/training_module/index/23693/1/469/ 1.cfm Reader Daily Edition: http://www.cyberscholar.com/?company_site/index/Sony/training_module/index/23441/1/469/ 1.cfm ES Receiver: http://www.cyberscholar.com/?company_site/index/Sony/training_module/index/23677/1/469/ 1.cfm Michelin/Goodrich/Uniroyal Created e-learning modules for Michelin/Goodrich/Uniroyal to inform users of the tire and show them how to approach a customer in a sales situation. Clutter Ball – Android Game Designed, programmed, animated and incorporated music for Clutter Ball; an app found on the Android Market. Free demo can be found at http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/562973 Also can be found on the Market at http://www.appbrain.com/app/clutter-ball/air.ClutterBall Ninja Bob Programmed the game(Torque 2D), designed and created character animations and assets
Eagan, Minnesota, United States
RVA Photography - Freelance Nature Photography & Event Photography
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5.0
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$150
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Highly experienced photographer in commercial, landscape, portrait, and musician/band images both live on stage and promo. Exceptionally skilled in alternative printing techniques. Associates Degree in Photographic Imaging from Lansing Community College Bachelors Degrees in History and Forestry with minors in Anthropology and Sociology from Michigan State University.
Midland, Michigan, United States
James Stoll - Freelance Brochure Design & Business Card Design
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An Introduction to an Innovation Specialist This is my story and this is what I do. I grew up with Electronic Technology. I was there when it began, as a medium to transmit information to the citizen masses in real time, wherever they might be. It became my life’s work as it grew to a point where it now controls the way our society lives, works and plays. During my 4 years of service in the U.S. Navy, I became enthralled with the potential for electronic technology to improve our society. I decided that this would be my career of choice. Therefore, after my honorable discharge from the U.S. Navy in 1952, I attained an Associate Degree in Electronic Engineering, which was the highest degree offered at the time, under the GI Bill. After graduation, I secured employment with a national manufacturer of specific types of electronic systems. After four city-to-city transfers over the next nine years, I rose through the ranks to the level of Branch Manager of the company’s largest office in Chicago, Illinois. At that point in my life, I got off the corporate ladder and joined a friend in a private distributorship, to design, sell and maintain integrated electronic systems for hospitals and schools in the Greater Chicago area. In 1959 the majority partner decided to sell, so I had little choice but to agree. Following that experience, in 1970 I started my own company, Stoll Associates, Ltd, with offices in Chicago and Houston. I remained engaged in the business arena of design and construction of Integrated Electronic systems for the next 35 years, always searching for ways to deliver improved services and to advance the state-of-the-art in integrated electronic technology. During that period, clients engaged my company to design and build some of the largest and most complex integrated electronic systems in the nation, including the design of one “electronic city” and the design and build of the first “electronic building” in the nation. We pushed the known state-of-the-art to its limits, all of the time. As a result of the writing skills that I developed during my preparation of detailed definitions of need and functional specifications for the systems I designed, I began to be called upon to write feature articles to be published in the magazines of the trade associations to which I belonged, such as ASIS, ISC, NFPA & NCTA. As the reputation of my company grew, I began to be invited to speak at the annual conventions of those national trade associations concerning my vision for the future. I felt as though I had finally reached the zenith of my career. Then disaster struck. As I was traveling toward downtown Atlanta on Interstate I-75, at 6:00 AM, in the dark, on January 21, 2001, I was sideswiped by a large unmarked tractor trailer truck, traveling at 75 miles per hour. My vehicle was totaled and I was left for dead in the median strip, as the truck that had attacked me left the scene of the accident. I had suffered multiple injuries, including a concussion and a shattered right leg. They patched me back together in the hospital where I was taken and after 10 days in two hospitals, plus 3 months of intensive rehabilitation, it took me over 2.5 years to learn how to walk again. I knew then that my days as an electronic systems entrepreneur, traveling the country by air and walking 75 story buildings, under construction, were over. So I made arrangements for others to finish my company’s work in progress and I shut my business down. Then, as I started to think about what I would do with the rest of my life I remembered: I could still think, I could still write and I still knew how to manage all aspects of the design and construction of a major cluster of Integrated Electronic Systems in large scale high rise buildings. So, I contacted everyone I knew and asked them for an opportunity to develop printed documents that would advertise their business and the things that they did. Documents that I could do from my home, or with minimal travel, with my wife driving, as I was healing. I developed classy corporate brochures, system sales brochures and product data sheets. I developed detailed project proposals and printed tri-fold information pieces for use as mailers and convention giveaways. I analyzed operations of active electronic contractors to recommend methods whereby they could improve their operations and profits, and/or expand their business into new areas. I developed literature describing various relatively unknown electronic systems, for mailing to architects, engineers and builders, for those companies, to improve the recognition of my clients in their industry. My motto was: “If you want to walk on water, you’d better learn where the rocks are”. I have also authored two successful books: “Witness to a Fading Dream” in 2006 and “Survival in 20th Century America” in 2008. Then I began to write articles on matters of public interest, such as Illegal Immigration, The State of our Union, The Deterioration and Failures of our Educational Systems, The Illiteracy of our Youth, The Dangers of Toxic Agents in our Air and Waterways, The Deceptions of Our Federal Reserve Bank, The Frivolous Machinations of Our Elected Leaders, The Take-over of our Interstate Highways by Larger and Larger Trucks, etc. I soon found my articles being published in magazines, association newsletters and newspapers. I am constantly amazed with how many people know how to verbalize complaints, but how few know how to write interesting and mean-ingful articles about the world around us. Now that my body is as fully recovered, I am seeking further engagements to expand and challenge my management and writing skills. I prefer to work part-time, at home as an independent contractor, at hours that are convenient to both parties. I would be agreeable to work in an office, if necessary, so long as the driving distance is not too far and at times other than rush hours. I have no need for medical insurance, retirement programs, investment accounts, vacation days or similar perks. I will work for an agreed upon fixed sum per task or hourly rate, whichever is appropriate for your needs. However, I can no longer travel on Interstate Highways and I can no longer drive after dark, so my travel is somewhat restricted. I believe that I am capable of managing any type sales or service business and writing any type of document, on almost any subject, given sufficient time to research the project for accuracy of document content. I maintain three ring binders that are filled with hundreds of published documents that I have written and I will be happy to review them with any interested party, or parties, along with an in-depth discussion of my capabilities, at a mutually convenient time. I thank you for this opportunity to present my skills for your consideration and I look forward to an opportunity to be of service. Sincerely, James E. (Jim) Stoll
United States