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Jazmine DeBose - Freelance Website Design & Photography
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3.5
2 Skills
$25
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I am a University College Student that loves to write about ANY. I have a passion for taking pictures. I graduated in 2011 from Communications and Media Arts HS. I am attending Wayne State University.
Detroit, Michigan, United States
Amanda Hancock - Freelance Interior Design & Photography
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3.5
2 Skills
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Detroit, Michigan, United States
Roni Haught - Freelance Portrait Photography & Photography
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4.0
2 Skills
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Detroit, Michigan, United States
Derek Stopczynski - Freelance Photography & Graphic Design
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Detroit, Michigan, United States

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Chad2011 - Freelance Graphic Design & Architectural Illustration
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5.0
2 Skills
$25
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Trained and qualified at post graduate degree level in 3d/ Industrial Design and Architecture with a background in engineering/ electronics. Won competitions for artwork and architecture...I was born with a pencil in my hand!(left hand) Been into CAD work for over 10 years now ...love art and architecture/ designing, I can turn my hand to pretty much anything. Done work mainly in architectural studios. Keen on digital technologies and ecology, existentialism.
United Kingdom
Leslie Bragg - Freelance Editing & Grant Writing
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30 years of experience in university education (UCLA) and 11 years experience teaching English Language Arts. Expert at editing proposals, narratives, applications and statements for certifications, academic papers and thesis. Authored and published two college level textbooks used in health sciences courses at university level for fifteen years. Authored and awarded • Successful grant writing on university and individual agency levels • Experienced editor and proofreader for newspaper, textbook and academic apaers • Successful experience in educational programming and grant writing • Extensive experience in secondary and post-secondary education • Expert program and course development with evaluation 1979 to 2011 – Senior Instructor UCLA Extension Department of Humanities Taught five core courses in the Alcohol and Drug Studies certificate program for post-secondary students of all ages and backgrounds, particularly those who were seeking a career change and many of who had interrupted education earlier in life. Wrote text for pharmacology and individual counseling skills class. Developed courses in Chemical Dependency and Communicable Diseases, Study Skills for adult students. Consistently received the highest student satisfaction ratings. 1998 to 2011 – Secondary School Teacher Westchester High School, LAUSD Taught at urban high school with specialty in adolescent literacy skills. Also taught regular English Language Arts that included literature, grammar, usage, writing, and critical thinking. Also taught Health, and Life Skills; developed curriculum for Life Skills and worked with interactive online program to assist students in decision making skills and setting life goals. Specialized in assisting students meet standards in English Language Arts to pass high school exit exam. 1976-1996 – Development and Training Consultant On a part-time and full-time basis, provided grant-writing services as well as program and educational consulting and staff development to many community based organizations. Partial list of clients includes: Women’s health organizations and shelters Standing Rock Sioux (North Dakota) tribe leaders, professionals, parents, teachers and students Adult and adolescent alcohol and drug treatment and education/prevention programs Los Angeles County and State judges training on alternative sentencing Board of Directors training for health service and community organizations 1996 – 1998 Executive Director Omni Health, Santa Monica, Ca. Assisted and supervised staff efforts to gain funding sources. Principal grant writer. Developed an outpatient alcohol and other drug treatment program using innovative drug therapy with comprehensive behavioral and recovery services. Developed program treatment protocols, wrote complete policies and procedures and personnel manuals, hired, and evaluated all supervised clinical and support staff, developed all clinic forms, preformed marketing and outreach duties, performed purchasing and set up of branch clinics, and performed due diligence in acquisition of satellite clinics and sub-acute care hospitals. 1995 – 1998 Health Educator Student Health Services – UCLA Wrote and won two prevention grants and preformed duties as Principal Investigator with US Department of Education Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education (FIPSE) and the California State Department of Transportation Impaired Driving Prevention. Co-taught an undergraduate Public Health course that trained peer health volunteers. Lectured and led seminars in the UCLA Medical School “Doctoring” course for medical students. Hired to develop campus alcohol and drug abuse screening, prevention and education program. Worked with residence halls, fraternities and sororities, graduate students organizations, athletic department, campus police, and Seeds Elementary School. Provided screening and consultation to students referred by medical staff, student psychological services, and other student service providers. Wrote bi-weekly op-ed column for the Daily Bruin campus newspaper with 28,000 circulation. 1995 – 1996 Health Educator Student Health Services – California State University Northridge, Coordinator of campus-wide alcohol and drug abuse prevention grant funded by the US Department of Education. Worked with other health education programs to train student volunteers in public health outreach and education. Conducted campus-wide survey on high risk behavior as part of national survey of post secondary schools. Published alcohol and drug abuse education materials. Planned and implemented special events and provided screening and consultation with students identified with substance abuse problems. EDUCATION • 1978 – 2008 – UCLA Extension – Attained over 35 credits in continuing education in multiple professional and personal interest topics. • 1973-1974 – Harvard Medical School Department of Psychiatry – Massachusetts Mental Health Center – Boston Ma. Clinical Intern • 1972 – 1974 – University of Massachusetts/Boston State College – Boston Ma. Masters of Education – Community Psychology (Human Services) • 1968-1979 – University of Florida, Gainesville, Fl. Bachelor of Arts – Communication Sciences • 1966-1968 – Miami-Dade Junior College (South Campus), Miami, Fl. Associate Arts – Liberal Education
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
A California Studio - Freelance Portrait Art & Sculpting
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5.0
2 Skills
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We are highly skilled, accomplished artists. We are both illustrators, designers and traditional artists. We both hold MFA and a BFA degrees in these fields. We have over 20 years of experience working with clients to create artwork, products, and designs. We work quickly. We work well under deadlines and under pressure. We also are able to create or take a design idea and bring it to life in a realistic way. If you work with us, you will be very pleased with the quality of work we produce and the speed of delivery.
Folsom, California, United States
Michelle R Noel - Freelance Financial Reporting & Accounting
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Bookkeeping, IT and Administrative services tailored to your business' needs. A “Virtual Office” means low overhead, a savings that is passed on directly to you, the customer. With over 25 years of experience* in a variety of financial and IT related roles, as well as a deep business acumen, I will provide you with the tools to streamline your business and increase efficiency in a tough economy. As an independent contractor, I have had the opportunity to work with a variety of industries, such as: Retail/POS, Marketing, Real Estate, Construction, Service, Production and Manufacturing, Nutrition, R&D, Communications and Scientific. Financial Services: • Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and General Ledger • Financial Statements (P&L, Balance Sheet, Expense Reports, POS, COGS, Inventory, and more) • Proficient in Quicken, QuickBooks, Microsoft Money, PeopleSoft and JobBoss Software • Cost Based Accounting, Cost Reduction Analysis, Inventory Control IT/Administrative Services: • Friendly, Professional Customer Service • Proficient with multiple CMS platforms including Outlook, ACT, QuickBase • Marketing Materials and Presentation Preparation • Correspondence, On-line Forms and Office Automation Tools • Information and Database Management (SQL, VB, MS Access, OE Base and more) • Small Database Development, Import/Export Utilities and Custom Reports/Spreadsheets *References and Work History available on request
Federal Way, Washington, United States
Austin Schindel - Freelance Writing & Article Writing
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2 Skills
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AUSTIN M. SCHINDEL 17 Cambridge Court Manalapan, NJ 07726 E-mail: austinmschindel@gmail.com Phone: 732-492-8283 The George Washington University, Washington, DC Expected Graduation Date: May 2012 Elliot School of International Affairs - Major: International Affairs - Concentration: Conflict and Security Columbian College of Arts and Sciences - Minor: History, Journalism EXPERIENCE Bleacher Report Writer - Pop Culture Featured Columnist 11/09 - Present • Responsible for writing online blog articles, ranging from basketball, baseball, and football • Designated articles with specific topics and deadlines that need to be met in timely fashion Washington Nationals Media Relations – Intern Washington, DC 06/10 – 08/10 • Worked closely with the media staff, by providing the teams, broadcasters, and writers with daily game materials • Assisted with pre and post game notes, distributed daily press passes, and helped around the stadium wherever needed Greater Washington Sports Alliance – Intern Washington, DC 01/10 – 05/10 • Facilitated in proposals for programming in the Washington D.C. area including the National Marathon • Responsible for compiling contact lists and reaching out to local community members in order to raise awareness about events Congressman Scott Garrett (R-NJ) – Intern Washington, DC 01/09 – 05/09 • Attended briefings, compiled legislation for the congressman, and preformed clerical work for the staffers • Assisted in day to day operations including preparing tours and inserting constituent information into the office’s database Monmouth County Republican Center – Volunteer Freehold, NJ 11/07 – 2/08 • Participated in door to door campaigning and making phone calls to local voters and volunteers • Attended town functions with local politicians to help campaign EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES The George Washington University Television • Participate in a cross fire sports debate show called “Unstoppable” (10 episodes) • Organized and facilitated in structuring debates as well as helping produce episodes The George Washington University Radio 02/09 - Present • Host a weekly two hour sports talk radio program • Created debates and talking segments relevant to contemporary sports issues Brother; Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity 2008- Present • House Manager (Fall 2009 – Spring 2010)
Washington, DC, United States
Jacob Schwab - Freelance Content Writing & Editing
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3.0
2 Skills
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Jacob Schwab JACOBMSCHWAB@GMAIL.COM 755 SOUTH DEXTER STREET #835, DENVER, COLORADO 80246 • PHONE (720) 937-8430 Profile A dedicated individual with the ability to reach out to students and create a learning environment by implementing both new and classical educational strategies within the classroom. Areas of Expertise: Western Literature Reading Comprehension Ability to alter lessons in order to reach the maximum amount of students Working knowledge of classroom technology tools with the ability to effectively implement it into day to day lessons Capability to effectively lead classroom in meaningful discussion of lessons Classroom Management Objective To work as a member of a dedicated group of educators to ensure each student receives a classical high school education allowing them to succeed while developing the skills necessary to be successful in their pursuit of a college education. Teaching Experience Student Teaching, 9th-12th grade Fall, 2010 Smoky Hill High School, Cherry Creek School District Worked with cooperating teacher and supervisor to develop and build units of instruction comprised of daily lessons and assessments Given complete control of the classroom to plan, implement, and assess lessons for an entire semester Unit plan for Lord of the Flies was done completely on my own from beginning to end Participated in the “culture” of the school, becoming involved in extracurricular activities Worked with members of the English department to ensure students are achieving their full potential Worked within the PLT group to better assess the curriculum of the English department Teaching Practicum/Field Experience, 9th-12th grade Spring, 2010 Smoky Hill High School, Cherry Creek School District Taught short lessons in conjunction with cooperating teacher Worked with students in small groups Worked with cooperating teacher in designing lessons/assessments Teaching Practicum/Field Experience, 9th-12th grade Fall, 2009 Martin Luther King Junior Early College, Denver Public Schools Taught short lessons in conjunction with cooperating teacher Worked with students in small groups Led and monitored classroom discussions concerning the topics being covered Teaching Practicum/Field Experience, 6th grade Spring, 2009 Hamilton Middle School, Denver Public Schools Worked with cooperating teacher in implementing lesson plans Worked one on one with struggling students Taught small lessons to class Enforced main ideas to small groups of students Observed classroom management techniques and skills Education Bachelor of Arts in English – Metropolitan State College of Denver Concentration in Secondary School Teaching and a Minor in Secondary Education G.P.A. - 3.67 PLACE Score - 248 Sample Courses ? Myth, Symbol, Allusion ? The Victorian Era in Literature ? Shakespeare’s Tragedies ? Educational Technology ? Teaching Composition in Grades 7-12 ? Teaching Literature and Communication 7-12 ? Chaucer, Shakespeare, and Milton ? Young Adult Literature Other experiences working with children Camp Counselor, Riverside Country Club Austin, Texas Summer 2002-2004 Planning and implementation of daily activities Ensure the safety of 100+ campers Supervise activities as well as transitional periods (between activities, lunch, pickup, etc.) Skills Proficient with classroom technology and implementation Website Creation http://jschwab.wikispaces.com/ http://mrschwab.weebly.com/ Microsoft Word and PowerPoint proficient Ability to connect with students of all backgrounds on multiple educational levels Work Experience Server/Trainer, Hacienda Colorado 2006-Present Night Foreman, Home Depot 2003-2006 National Education Association National Council of Teachers of English National Association for Beginning Teachers Colorado Language Arts Society Professional Affiliations
Denver, Colorado, United States