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Luigi Murals - Freelance Mural Painting & Portrait Art
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$15
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Experienced Muralist and portrait artist.Very flexible schedule and pricing. Let me help you enhance your dream decor with a beautiful mural or a portrait from memories past and present.
Lexington, Kentucky, United States
Richard Sickles - Freelance Portrait Art & Drawing
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Lexington, Kentucky, United States

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Juan Lizama - Freelance Content Writing & Medical Translation
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3.0
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$25
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Juan A. Lizama ________________________________________ 2907 Twain Lane Richmond, VA 23224 Cell: (804) 882-6226 Email: jlizama90@gmail.com Alternative: (804) 628-0874 EDUCATION: • Virginia Commonwealth University; Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications, Dec. 2002. WORK EXPERIENCE: • VCU Health Systems: English-Spanish Interpreter/Translator, May 2011-Present • Logged in over 500 hours of English and Spanish interpreting for patients and healthcare providers at VCU Medical Center and its outlying clinics. • Translated over 200,000 words for patient correspondence and other hospital materials such as patient information brochures and manuals. FREELANCE WRITER: 2010-Present • Wrote articles for Richmond Magazine and Spanish-language newspapers Nuevas Raíces and Tidewater Hispanic. JOURNALISM EXPERIENCE: • Richmond Times-Dispatch; Richmond, VA; Staff writer: 2003-2010 o Managed news coverage in public education, immigration, Latino/Hispanic communities, local government and law enforcement. o Monitored issues in the areas of coverage and anticipated readers’ interests and wrote articles on those issues. o Researched and wrote award-winning breaking news and daily and enterprise stories for the front page. o Covered schools for the last two years in Henrico and Chesterfield counties, which have more than 100,000 students combined. o Helped to organize internal discussions with outside experts coming in to the paper’s office on the coverage of Latino issues in the Richmond area o Gave talks at local schools and at VCU and the University of Richmond about my profession as journalist and, o Served as a panelist on a Virginia Press Association’s annual awards event news coverage of Latinos. Richmond Times-Dispatch: Intern, fall 2002 • Landed an interview with one of two men mistakenly arrested in Henrico County, VA. Authorities believed the men were the snipers who were killing people along the interstate in Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania in the fall of 2002. The two men were deported to Mexico and Guatemala. Reporting and writing, which convinced management to hire me full time to continue coverage of this growing immigrant group. The Daily Press: Newport News, VA; Intern, summer 2002 • Reported and wrote feature articles, helped editors update the restaurant list for a special annual section, updated weekly movie schedules. Richmond Times-Dispatch: Copy messenger, spring 2002 • While my duties were to distribute incoming faxes to reporters and editors in the newsroom and to sort mail, I sold an editor on a couple of story ideas that were published on the front page of the Metro section. VOLUNTEER WORK: • Worked as a spokesman in 2009 for the Central Virginia Chapter of the League of United Latin American Citizens; Led a radio, newspaper and TV campaign to promote the successful LULAC 2009 Latino Film Festival in 2009 in Richmond • Served as judge three years in a row for the speech competition and as a “Hero” at the Hispanic Youth Symposium for high school students held in the Richmond area. • Mentored high school students interested in journalism through the VCU Urban Journalism Workshop held during the summer while working at the Richmond Times Dispatch. SPECIAL TRAINING: • Completed a 40-hour medical interpreting course on July 2011 at VCU Medical Center. SPECIAL SKILLS: • Speak and write proficiently in English and Spanish. • Proficient in Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint. • Knowledge of social media tools, such as Facebook, YouTube and Tweeter. HONORS: • Virginia Press Association • Third place award (2005) for education writing. • Group award (2003) for coverage of snipers John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo in the fall of 2002.
Richmond, Virginia, United States
Matthew Oyler - Freelance Book Writing & Business Plan Writing
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Resume Email: writermat@gmail.com Phone #:517-592-2975 Education: Currently attending Baker College earning a Michigan Secondary Teacher Certificate in Social Studies and English. Prior Educational Credits: Juris Doctor, University of Detroit/Mercy, School of Law, 1994. Dual Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology and Military Science, Eastern Michigan University, 1987. Associate Degree, Military Science, New Mexico Military Institute, 1985. Relevant Professional Training: U.S. Army Intelligence Certification, Ft Huachuca Arizona. Partial credit toward MST, Walsh College 2001. Relevant Professional Experience: President and CEO of Applied Media Services, 1995-2003. Small Business Planning and Development Consultant, 1994-Present. Adjunct Professor Jackson Community College and Baker College of Jackson, 1997-2000. Classes Taught: Business Law I and II, Intro to Business, Intro to Accounting, Human Relations, Human Resource Management, Leadership, Business Management, Accounting I and II, Payroll Accounting, Strategic Management. Professional Military Experience: Clearance Granted, Top Secret SCI-DOD, Sigma 11Q-DOE. Platoon Leader, Training Officer, 303d Military Police, 1985-1987. Battalion Training and Operations Officer, 314th Military Intelligence Battalion, 1987-1990. HHC Company Commander, 314th Mi. Bn. 1990-92
Brooklyn, Michigan, United States
Wessam Fahmy Al Far - Freelance Arabic Translation & Legal Translation
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5.0
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Wessam Fahmy Al Far Marital Status: Single Date of Birth: 10th Nov1979 Mobile Tel: 0020125109437 E-mail: welfar_cne@hotmail.com Wessam_fahmy2000@yahoo.com Home Tel : 0020237768456 Home Address : Flat # 59 ,6th Floor Bldg No.231 Salah Salem Str. Passport No:A00422912 Nationality: Egyptian Military Status: Exempted __---__________________________________________________________________ Objective: To join a full time job that best fits my qualifications and to pursue my aspirations by working in a multi-national institution where I can effectively contribute my skills and my enthusiasm toward the development and growth of both job and myself. Qualifications: May 2003 Major: English Minor: French Faculty of Al Alsun , Bachelor of Arts Ain Shams University; Grade: Pass **TOEFL Certificate from Faculty of AL- Alsun (Languages), Ain Shams University, June 2003 SCORE: 510 Work Experience: ** From 1st June 2005 till now , Legal Translator The International Center for Lawyers and Consultancy in Doqqi , Giza as a - Translating and editing all legal documents from English into Arabic and vice versa. -As a simultaneous interpreter for all the meetings and conferences held in the centre . -As a Human Resources Translation Manager :New staff interviewing & training **A Reservation Agent Hilton Corniche Abu Dhabi in U.A.E from July 2008 till March 2009 as -Handling all incoming reservations calls , e-mails and faxes and responding to them as quick as possible . -Providing outstanding and efficient customer service to both internal and external guests. -Responding to guest/colleague requests courteously and professionally, with interest and care. - Applying rooms and events rates . - Filing reservation requests . ** An English – Arabic Translator in Radio Cairo,Egyptian Radio & TV Union the English broadcasting External Overseas Service to North America From 23rd April 2005-till 23rd January2008 -English Translator, reviser &editor. -summarizing the Details of each English program & preparing this summary in Arabic Language. -Responsible for filing & Monthly statistic reports. -Sending letters and e-mails to the listeners including post cards and at the same time receiving their letters and e-mails . ** A Back Office & Credit Card Department Agent in Cable Network Egypt C.N.E. From 21st Nov.2003 -15th February2005 Customer Service Representative Show Time & -Training newly hired staff in handling guest complaints, dealing with guests and answering the phone & providing Technical support . - Telesales representative. -Sending and receiving and accordingly distributing faxes & e- mails Handling Phone calls and customers' complaints. - - - Filing - - Using credit card machines to debit the customers ** Telephone operator and Receptionist Cairo Down Town's Cairo Khan Apartments Hotel from April 2002- till Oct 2003 as a ** Front Office Receptionist Cairo Novotel Airport Hotel from May 2001- May 2002 ** Telephone Operator Cairo Nile Hilton Hotel from May1999 -Sep2001 Duties: Handling all incoming & outbound calls. Replying to all the guests' requests . Fire alarm procedures . Wake-up calls . Got training sessions about Telephone Manners . ** Department of Administrative affairs (Summer Trainee) National Lower Egypt for Bricks & Construction Supplies from May1997-October1997 Duties: Attendance Sheet. Photocopying documents . Applying punishment & deduction business rules . . Languages: Arabic: Mother Tongue English: fluent both spoken & written Special Skills: -Translator from English into Arabic & vice verse. -Excellent knowledge of Fidelio, IBS, IMS & On-Q Systems. -Ability to multitask -Ability to work well individually and a good team player. -Quick learner of any Computer System. - hard worker and working under pressure. Hobbies: -Reading -Traveling Personal Data : Home Town : Giza. Country : Egypt . References Available Upon Request _______________________________________________________ __________ ____________________________________________ __________
Cairo, Cairo, Egypt
Sandra Edwards - Freelance Writing & Book Illustration
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Sandra L Edwards ______________________________________________________________________ 7529 Lorinda Ave Las Vegas, NV 89128 (702) 741-0814 Professional Summary I am a certified 7-12 English/Language Arts teacher with fourteen years of classroom experience—having edited a number of creative writing stories, research papers, and created a myriad of writing assignments. I have taught various classes in the Clark County School District and at Portland Community College. These courses include: Language Arts, English 7-12, Creative Writing, Yearbook, Newspaper, Scholarship, US History, World History, Career Exploration, and Algebra. I have been published in a national magazine and love writing. Have kept a journal since I was 10 years old. On January 7, 2012 I will graduate from Sierra Nevada College with a M.Ed. in Advanced Teaching and Leadership with a TESL endorsement. I have 24 graduate credits in English and will be starting my MFA in July 2012. I also have three undergraduate degrees, a B.A. in English, a B.S. in Mass Communications with a focus on newspaper writing, and a B.S. in Education. Highlights of Qualification • Knowledgeable in Web-based classes. • Creative flair organizing events, thorough in handling all details. • Exceptionally adept at developing rapport with diverse people of all economic levels. • Able to establish priorities and adapt quickly to changing needs. • Expert on computers (know many programs and how to problem solve). • Knowledgeable on curriculum standards and how to meet state standards. • Take initiative; have sense of humor; am flexible, a team-player and creative. Professional Experience ENGLISH TEACHER (8/2007 to present) Clark County School District, Las Vegas, NV. ? Teach high school English I, English II, and American Literature. ? Advisor for Poetry Club. ? Taught two summers of Language Arts for at-risk youth. ? Develop lessons and assignments to challenge students and to build their grammar, writing, and reading skills according to CCSD Power Standards and Curriculum Benchmarks. ? Grade assignments and maintain student records and data for reporting purposes. ? Develop rapport, respect, and understanding with students to create a safe learning environment. ? Use technology to enhance classroom lessons. ENGLISH TEACHER/ SUBSTITUTE TEACHER (9/2005 to present) North Clackamas School District, Milwaukie, OR. ? Taught a variety of classes (elementary through high school) for peers, including: English, math, physical education, dance, art, social studies, and orchestra. ? Taught two semesters of Language Arts 10 in Summer School. GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT (9/2004 to 8/2005) Longitudal Study for Adult Learners, Portland State University, Portland, OR. • Contacted and interviewed multicultural people who hadn't attained GED by 1997 for Lifelong Learning Study. • Developed rapport, respect, and understanding with people of diverse economic levels. • Scored TOWRE tests and Writing Samples. • Maintained records and data for reporting purposes on computer and in files. ABE/GED INSTRUCTOR (2/1999 to 4/2003) Portland Community College, SouthEast Center & NE Workforce Training Center, Portland, OR. • Taught multicultural students ages 16-70 in ABE/GED basics: Writing, Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Computers and Science. • Planned, developed, and evaluated curriculum and lesson plans to meet individual needs, interests, and abilities in the classroom and for independent study. • Maintained student records and data for reporting purposes. • Provided individual and group instruction using a variety of teaching techniques. • Used interpersonal skills to develop rapport with students, to encourage mutual respect, to motivate students, and to affirm students in their academic progress and potential. ? Awarded with "Team-player" recognition and "Best Practice" in teaching, 2004. RECRUITMENT & PERFORMANCE COORDINATOR (2000 to 2002) Worksystems Inc, Portland, OR. • Directed and coordinated recruitment and marketing strategies with three community colleges for a technology grant from the Department of Labor. • Assessed and evaluated individual programs for effectiveness and modifications. • Acted as the main liaison between colleges, businesses, and Worksystems Inc for gathering performance data, ensuring reporting accuracy, monitoring contractual obligations, and assisting in attaining contractual obligations. • Worked with staff and partners to authorize and to monitor program expenditures and contractual modifications. • Presented information and communicated with diverse populations as a team and individually at meetings, workshops, schools, and conferences. • Represented, participated, and promoted Worksystems Inc’s educational programs, Connect2Jobs, and other information as needed as a member in various organizations. • Assisted and referred people through Connect2Jobs website and other communications. • Ensured contractual SIP reports and database were current and accurate. • Established partnerships with businesses and One-Stop Career Centers. • Used nontraditional recruitment strategies to recruit minority youth and adults for high-tech jobs and educational programs. EMPLOYMENT TRAINER / STUDENT RESOURCE SPECIALIST (1999 to 2000) Portland Community College, SE Works, Portland, OR. • Provided job training and employment services to 16-21 year-olds, including: outreach, personal support, retention and follow-up, job search, career and educational planning and search for assistance. • Developed job shadows and internships. • Worked closely with SE Works personnel and PCC program coordinators to form a team. PACE INSTRUCTOR/ TEACHING ASSISTANT (1995 to 1999) (Parenting, Academics, Careers & Employment) North Clackamas School District, Sabin Skills Center, Milwaukie, OR. • Taught culturally diverse parents ages 13 to 21 in required classes, including: English, Creative Writing, American and World Literature, Yearbook, Global Studies, American History, World History and Cultures, and US Government, according to the state CIM/CAM requirements. • Applied a variety of teaching techniques, assessed and graded student progress, and selected appropriate materials for all subjects and individual skill levels. Education SIERRA NEVADA COLLEGE • M.Ed. in Advanced Teaching and Leadership with TESL endorsement (3.87 gpa) PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY—Portland, Oregon. • M.S. in Curriculum & Instruction, (32+ credits/ 3.7 gpa--not completed) MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY—MOORHEAD, Minn. • B.S. English Education, 1993 • B.A. English, 1991 • B.S. Mass Communications, 1991 Awards “Best Practice Recognition”, Portland Community College, Steps to Success (April 2004) "Team Player", Portland Community College, Steps to Success (March 2004) “TAKE A BOUGH” North Clackamas School District for excellence as a volunteer facilitator. Presentations/Activities Presentations at multiple schools & community meetings, including: • ASPIRE meetings • Women In Technology Conference • Education Now & In the Future Conference • AWSEM Conference • Semiconductor Workforce Consortium, member • Healthcare Workforce Consortium, member • Challenge of Change Conference, Oregon Economic and Community Development Department, participant • National Council of Teachers/ Oregon Teachers of English, member • AFT, American Federation of Teachers, member • CASE, Creating Academic Success & Equity, member • Clackamas County Teen-Parenting Task Force with Willamette Falls Hospital, member
North Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Iris Bryant - Freelance Content Writing & Blog Writing
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3.0
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I have been a freelance writer since 2008 and have written numerous articles and web content for clients. I am currently an on staff writer for an online marketing firm. I have also written several legal guides for an online law website.
Pittsburg, California, United States
Kate Cross - Freelance Business Writing & Comedy Writing
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Professional creative writer and proofreader in all areas including script writing. Professional business writer and proofreader of business letters , applications, marketing material and telephone sales/ service scripts. Happy to work on projects at set rates or one off payments, blogs, webpages, resumes, scripts, books, written material, ebooks Excellent rates.
Blaxland, New South Wales, Australia
Lisa Green - Freelance 3D Animation & 3D Graphic Design
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4.0
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Lisa J. Green OBJECTIVE - To land a professional and challenging position in the area of digital design. SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Expert in Adobe CS 4 Production Design Suite and Microsoft Office Suite in Windows environment; Proficient with Mac Expert in 3D and 2D Graphics Programs and Presentation, Animation Programs Excellent Web Development Skills Excellent Leadership, Training, and Project Management Skills Excellent in Course Management Systems and Course Development PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE University of Nebraska at Omaha - Omaha, Nebraska Media/Instructional Designer January 2001 – July 2010 Guest Lecturer on Design Theory at Peter Kiewit Institute for Distinguished Research Fellow/Professor, College of Information Science and Technology, Peter Kiewit Institute, University of Nebraska at Omaha Presenter on Design at Information Technology Services Technology Workshop Authored and Edited University Academic Affairs Marketing Spot for HDTV Commercial Broadcast on Cox Cable Recorded Digital Biographies of Afghan Teachers for Afghan Teacher’s Program Authored Multimedia Design: Chancellor Speeches/Designed and Developed for Multi-Cultural Audiences (Australia, China, India, Florida, Red Heart, University Foundation, Kiwanis ); Multimedia Presentations for University Convocations 2004 – 2006 & 2008 Centennial Convocation Authored and Coordinated UNO Multimedia Presentations for CIO’s, Regents, & Secretary to the President Developed Course Material for Instructional Design Courses and Various other Training Courses Trained Faculty and Staff in Instructional Design Technologies Trained Faculty and Staff in Media Applications Developed: Online Tutorials; Interactive Training Modules; Web Pages w/Online Instructional Materials; Handout Materials for Faculty Managed: Projects for Instructional Design Training; Collaboration of Inter-Campus Technology Project; Coordinator for Technology Day Workshop Accessibility Development Research and Evaluate New Technology and Software; Make Recommendations and Budgetary Guidelines Various Graphics, Videos, Editing, and Animations for University Departments and Colleges City of Omaha Victim Assistant Specialist August 1998 – August 1999 Assist Victims of Crime with Victim Resources and Civil and Legal Help Li’Joy’s Design House Apparel Designer/Patternmaker July 1987 – July 1998 Lead Designer – Anticipate and Analyze Trends, Conceptualize New Designs, Some Illustration Construct Samples/Prototypes; Draft Patterns Conduct Client Consultations Research Industry Development EDUCATION University of Nebraska – Omaha May 2009 Bachelor of Arts in Studio Arts, Animation Concentration; Minored in Writer’s Workshop – Fiction Certificate in eLearning - Horton Curriculum Metropolitan Community College 1999 - 2001 Associate of Applied Sciences in Electronic Imaging – Multimedia w/Honors COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT & AWARDS 2007 – Present – SOTRU (Sheep on the Right Underwriters [Non-Profit]) Digital Arts Training 2007-Present & 1993-2001 – Good News Bears Outreach, Teen Girl’s Instructor 2006 UNO Step-Up Award 2001-2005 – ABH (Addictive Behavioral Health) Youth Outreach 2003 Winner of ITS Website Competition
Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Sylvia Scott - Freelance Ad Design & Banner Design
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Highly creative and multitalented Graphic Designer Seeking a design position to interface multimedia and interpersonal skills. Passionate team player who excels in deadline-driven environments. Creative experience in the following: · Print Web and Multimedia · Develop eye-catching Brochures and Newsletters · Design attractive Web Sites · Innovate Logos and Business Cards · Generate animated Book Covers that focus on displaying movement · Magazine cover designs · Descriptive artistry for Posters, Post Cards, Stationery, Corporate identity Samples of work include: · Postcard design emphasizing the necessity for a green world for an Environment Agency · Creative web site for ‘Sunny Travels,’ an innovative Travel Agency. · Created a tantalizing website for ‘Serendipity’, a barbecue restaurant EDUCATION Bachelor of Fine Arts/Visual Communication Concentration: Digital Design 11/09 American InterContinental University Hoffman Estates, IL You can also list any related coursework under your BFA degree if you wish. Associate of Arts in Business Administration Concentration: Visual Communication 7/08 American InterContinental University Hoffman Estates, IL
Mason, Ohio, United States