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Nicholas Vandiver - Freelance Ghostwriting & Writing
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Chesapeake, Virginia, United States
Luby Best - Freelance Song Writing & Writing
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I just enjoy writing Gospel songs.
Chesapeake, Virginia, United States

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Anthony - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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Anthony Marc Mastropaolo (248) 756-1213 amastropaolo@twmi.rr.com CREDENTIALS • Hard working • Very Sociable and even-tempered • Committed to providing customer service that makes both internal and external customers feel welcome, important and appreciated • Ability to work weekends on a regular basis • Ability to work day, evening, or night shifts • Accuracy and attention to detail • Excellent verbal skills • Personal computer and printer capabilities with internet access • Computer literate • Organized and detail oriented • Able to handle diverse workload • Customer service skills • Able to set up event table and display • Adequate vision to read correspondence, event information and computer screens without any restrictions • Sufficient hearing to allow for consumer interaction with accurate comprehension • Adequate speech to correspond with consumers, store associates/management and consumer products • Capable of verbally communicating clearly and concisely • Problem Solver • Relationship builder • Quick learner with strong retention skills • Realizes the punishable crime of taking an employer’s goods without permission • Professional image • Independent, self-motivated and organized • Reliable transportation • Self-motivated • Desire to be successful • Trainable EDUCATION • High School Diploma • Above 3.5 GPA • Academic Honors Award – Sophomore Year • 1st Bar – Junior Year • *** Laude – Senior Year • Specialty – Science • University: Michigan State University • College: Lyman Briggs College • Specialty: Science EMPLOYMENT HISTORY Job Training: ? Job Name: Office Assistant Company: Family Internist Supervisor: Marc Mastropaolo Address: 33466 8 Mile Rd, Farmington Hills, Michigan 48335 Phone Number: (248) 476-6400 Job Description: This training was beneficial because I learned honesty, organization skills, payment systems, and how to interact in a professional environment and be friendly to other employees. My first occupation at his office was to organize business cards. This was important because the doctor needed to contact specialists such as a psychiatric doctor, hand surgeon etc. The internship that he pursued was for doing family or individual checks such as a physical and blood tests. Often patients were sent to specialists for certain pains and problems. However, the contacts were not organized and were instead crammed into a small untidy holder. After alphabetically organizing the cards, I entered the names, locations and phone numbers of the specialists into a laptop computer. The program I used was called Microsoft Excel. This was appropriate because it was easy to make an ordered table. The printed copy satisfied the doctor. Another task was to count money. This taught me honesty; an essential asset to employment success. I put the doctor’s two month income in piles of $100 to easily count over two thousand dollars. I was also offered to create a web page for the doctor’s practice. I departed with dependable skills that can assist me in the future. First Job: ? Position: Caddie Company: Meadowbrook Country Club Supervisor: Jeff Coleman Supervisor’s Title: Golf Service Manager Address: 40941 8 Mile Rd, Northville, MI 48167 Phone Number: (248) 349-3600 Still Employed Began: April 26, 2008 Salary: Varies Job Description: I learned the game of golf, helped others, and made new friends. My responsibilities include carrying golf clubs and the bag, finding the golf ball, washing the ball, estimating the number of yards to the center of the green, taking out the pin and putting it back in the hole. I usually work on Saturdays during the spring and summer. Second Job: ? Position: Sales Team Member Company: Vector Marketing Company Date Started: Summer 2009 Description: I gained valuable sales skills and was trained by very experienced sales professionals. The product that sales representatives were trying to sell was a high quality brand of cutlery and kitchenware. The brand is called “Cutco.” Third Job: ? Position: General Kitchen and Dining Room Worker I Company: East Complex Dining Services Phone Number: (517) 353-7776 Date Started: Fall 2009 Address: 137 North Hubbard Hall, East Lansing, MI 48825 Description: I prepared meals for breakfast. This included frying, grilling, assembling and cleaning. The skills used included organization, attention, speed, prediction and communication. Awards: “Commitment to Excellence” Pin “110%” Pin “I Make a Difference” Pin “Student of the Pay Period” Certificate
East Lansing, Michigan, United States
Michaella Maningo - Freelance Creative Writing & Fiction Writing
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I am an AP Literature senior student at my high school, that is I undertake college level coursework. Writing is my passion. I aspire to find as many ways as possible to share these stories that have been accumulating in my head through the years with as many people as I can ever hope to know in my lifetime and more. It's getting pretty crammed up here anyways.
Iron Mountain, Michigan, United States
Joseph Hall - Freelance Audio Editing & Voiceovers
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JOSEPH N HALL Objective: Obtain a permanent full-time position using skills obtained on the job and through education to work for a successful and competitive company in Michigan. Skills: - Solid understanding of signal flow and how to professionally wire systems - Test cables, circuits and their components with the ability to solder and fix issues found - Upkeep on equipment, maintaining calibration of equipment - Ability to read and write schematics - Experience working with many Avid products, excelling in Pro Tools (HD) - Extremely efficient with mic placement, recording and editing - Compiled component and material lists in excel for inventory and pricing of systems - Skilled at troubleshooting PC and Mac computer and network issues - Extremely computer literate and able to adapt to new software easily - Personable and easily develop a strong relationship of trust with clients and co-workers - Organized hard worker on own or in group situations - Strong time management skills; strive to have work done correctly and in a timely manner - Schedule Flexibility, work the hours necessary for client's convenience - Natural at multitasking, ready to take one many projects at once while maintaining quality Accomplishments: - Designed and installed wiring and component layout at Dark City Studios in Clawson, MI, including soldering custom wired patch-bay (TT Bantam) - Operate in the studio unsupervised maintaining and operating gear and client relations - Received AS from Full Sail University with a 3.5 GPA and a spectacular attendance record Recent Work Experience: - Head Engineer at Dark City Studios in Clawson, MI starting June 2009 and still work there - Designed gear and price list of studio - Personally wired all components, saving studio lots of overhead on cables and patch-bay - Recorded/edited/mixed/mastered bands, voice-overs for radio, trailers, or internet media and audio books - Worked what ever hours necessary to get the job done - Properly organized gear to maximize durability and lifetime of equipment - Maintained and Calibrated all equipment - Assistant Engineer at 37 Studios in Rochester Hills, Michigan starting January 2009-June 2009 - Worked hours around head engineer with constantly evolving schedule - Ran routine maintenance of equipment Education and Training: - Full Sail University 3300 University Boulevard, Winter Park, FL 32792 (800)-226-7625 - Started July 2007, graduating July 2008 with my AS in Recording Arts - Obtained skills to work in many aspects of the media - Essential hands on training in all aspects of the audio industry - Excellent attendance record, pressed teachers to get as much as I could out of my education - Coral Springs Christian Academy 2251 Riverside Dr. Coral Springs, Fl (954)-755-3217 - Graduated for my high school diploma on time with my class May 2007 - Worked part time during high school for a high scale assisted living References: - Available upon request
Clarkston, Michigan, United States
Nicolenna Sharp - Freelance Illustration & Drawing
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Hi, my names Nicolenna. I have tons of experience in almost everything. For now, I am looking for a summer job as we all have our bills to pay. I'm 17 years old. As of now I am trying to become a tattoo artist. I want to get an apprenticeship to do so. I have been drawing for years, I have taken many art classes and know many styles of art. I have experience in sales, cleaning houses, cars and lawns, and some construction, building backyard fences. I'm very good with people, very self-motivated, and I'm always eager to learn something new. You can email me at nicsharp27@hotmail.com
Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Steve Lambert - Freelance Book Writing & Editing
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Self publishing author of the book Australia's Great Thermal Way Ed # 4. I would like your postal address so that I can send you a complimentary copy of my book. I read your write up on the Wellbeing site and just thought that you would like a reference copy. Thank you for showing interest in my story. Regards Steve
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Shanon Patrick Quinn - Freelance Article Writing & Biography Writing
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Shanon Lynn Patrick Quinn shanonlynnpatrickquinn@gmail.com Summary • Demonstrated achiever with working knowledge in journalistic, collaborative and broadcast writing, multimedia, editing, design, video, audio and still photography. • Published as a journalist, columnist and essayist in both University and private sector publications • Skilled at learning new concepts, working well under pressure, working well under deadlines and communicating ideas clearly and effectively. • Extensive computer training, including knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Turbo Cad, InDesign, Photoshop and Final Cut • Fifteen years of real world work experience before attending UI, including sales, laboratory and office Objective An entry level journalistic position with opportunity for advancement Education Bachelor of Science University of Idaho 2013 Major in Journalism Minor in Writing G.P.A. 3.17 Dean’s List Spring 2013, Fall 2011 Related Course Work Media Law, Media Ethics, Reporting I and II, Broadcasting and Digital Media, Broadcast Writing, Non-Profit Fundraising, Reading Writing and Rhetoric, Public Relations, News Editing and Production and Publications Editing Publication History • “Acceptance is Much Better Than Tolerance” Moscow-Pullman Daily News 2013 • “Extremism Overshadowing the Real Issue,” Moscow-Pullman Daily News 2013 • “Hard-Won Women’s Rights Have Lost Ground,” Moscow-Pullman Daily News 2012 • “Child Abuse Numbers are Growing,” Moscow-Pullman Daily News 2012 • “Death on Memory Lane,” Mirror Northwest Literary Journal 2005 • “I Miss My Brother, He Misses American Soil,” The Knight Life 2003 • “WVC Seeks Interim President,” The Knight Life 2003 Collaboration Worked in groups to create • Print and web newspaper design including feature and news content with multimedia component • Public Relations packet including FAQ, Social Media components and web content for University of Idaho Parking Services • Magazine proposal and sample including concept statements, demographic and psychographic research, budgeting, designing, art and editorial content • Agency profile, case for support and grant proposal for University of Idaho Women’s Center • Fortieth anniversary coffee table book for University of Idaho Women’s Center References Steven A. Smith Clinical Assistant Professor School of Journalism and Mass Media University of Idaho Moscow, ID 509-496-6973 sasmith@uidaho.edu Vicki Rishling Senior Instructor School of Journalism and Mass Media University of Idaho Moscow, Idaho (208) 885-6019 rishling@uidaho.edu
Moscow, Idaho, United States
Andrea Floyd - Freelance Art & Photography
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Objective: Interested in, but not limited to a career in the arts and photography business. Qualifications: Skilled in many aspects of the arts, very dependable, knowledgeable, works well with others and masters new concepts and is adept at computer software. Employment: Annie Makes Art 2000-present Owner Artist - Commissioned paintings, drawings, sculptures, murals Photographer - Photographs weddings, events, special occasions, animals, pets, nature Andrea Floyd’s Pet & House Sitting (Gur Pet Sitting) 2001/present Owner Walks, feeds, grooms, trains, over night and in home stays Loves and attends to animals of all shapes and sizes. Insured Ryan Kurtz Photography 2005-2/28/2010 Photo Assistant Setup and broke down photo shoots, prepped models, created images U.S.S. Nightmare 2004-2/28/2010 Actress/Make up Artist Played various roles Applied horror make-up to actors Artworks 1999.2003 Artist Helped to design and paint 75-foot mural displayed in Over-the-Rhine in Cincinnati, Ohio. Received award for Most Dedicated Artist at summer’s end One of 13 of 1,200 selected at summer’s end to continue apprenticeship for the year Senior Apprentice helping to design and paint Big Pig Gig commissioned artwork for the City of Cincinnati. Senior Apprentice in implementation of City Seats. Designed and painted city benches commissioned by businesses and private collectors. Selected to supervise apprentices in the woodshop where cutting, priming, sanding and assembling of benches occurred and teaching apprentices how to implement client’s wishes based on design Education: Bachelors Degree in Art 2004-2009 Northern Kentucky University Dean's List 2003.2004 Art Academy of Cincinnati Scholarship 1999-2003 Oak Hills High School Honor Roll Software/Equipment Knowledge Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Microsoft Office, Works with Mac Experience Commissioned photography and painting
United States
Heather Mann - Freelance Writing & Copywriting
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Heather A. Mann Pen Name: Alexandria Rose H.mannmt@hotmail.com I am a versatile freelancer, whom has an associate of arts in medical transcription. I have contributed my skill set to various websites, such as Demand Media, Examiner and Interact Media. Objective: A writing position that will enable me to contribute to the creative development of a publication and its expansion of its circulation. Experience: Copywriter. July 2011- Current. Interact Media. Examiner. July, 2011- Current. Examiner. Freelancer January, 2011- Current. Demand Media. Yahoo Contributor. July, 2010- Current. Associated Content. Education: United States Career Institute. Fort Collins, CO Medical Transcription. Central Florida Community College. Orlando, FL Customer Service Training. Life Management Skills. Mid Florida Tech. Orlando, FL First Aid- Customized Training. References: Available upon request. I am a versatile writer capable of producing professional content on any topic. Here is an example of my writing style. 10 Secrets to Sensational Skin Every aspect of a persons life is reflected in the skin. Great skin is a reflection of health, well being and vitality. For more relaxed skin that radiates youthfulness, put these skin secrets to the test. Water is the number one factor in obtaining sensational skin. The ounces needed to maintain a healthy hydration varies. One way to determine the amount of water needed is to take your body weight in lbs and divide the lbs in half. For example, someone who is 140 lbs would need to consume 70 ounces of water per day. Next, factor in the consumption of caffeinated drinks, alcoholic beverages, low humidity climates, vigorous exercises and extended outdoor activities. Once these other components are factored in, add 2 additional ounces of water per external factor. Stay positive. A persons attitude will always make a big difference in their results. If skin care is approached with anger and frustration, stress levels will increase. Which will trigger the stress hormone, cortisol. Cortisol causes inflammation which leads to several aging factors. For example, sagging skin, wrinkles and dullness. Essential fatty acids provide the building blocks for healthy skin. For gaining maximum benefits, it is recommended that 2 tablespoons of fish oil or flax seed oil be consumed on a daily basis. Vitamins such as A, C, E and liquid B complex are all beneficial to the skin. Antioxidants such as bioflavonoids ( vitamin P and grape seed), green tea, alpha lipoic acid and selenium (Brazil nuts) are known to combat free radicals. Free radicals are an atom or group of atoms that have one or more unpaired electrons. In skin terms free radicals are collagen and elastins enemy. For a more balanced diet that is beneficial to the skin try consuming 60 g of protein (20 g, 3 times per day) every day. Meat, fish, poultry and eggs are all examples of protein. Seeds and nuts such as almonds, sunflower seeds and walnuts are beneficial as well. Lymphatic detoxification assists in the regeneration and increase of the production of collagen and elastin fibers. The lymphatic system carries toxins away from the vital organs and cells as well as carries nutrients to them. It is the bodies transport super filtration highway. Foods that aid in cleansing the lymph system are dark green vegetables, lemons, flax seed, wheatgrass juice and oranges. Also, dry brush the skin, before your morning shower, with a natural bristle brush. Begin at the soles of the feet and brush upward. Dry brushing stimulates circulation and enhances the natural detoxification of the lymphatic system. For the reduction of lymph congestion, bounce on a trampoline for 5 minutes per day. A good facial skin care regimen is a must for combating aging. Always cleanse, tone, utilize serums, moisturize and apply sunscreen. For additional weekly or monthly treatments, consider microdermabrasion (mechanical exfoliation), exfoliation, facials, chemical peels and face masks. Develop a exercise regimen that consist of aerobics, strength training and flexibility training. Facial exercises such as the crows feet exercise are helpful. Simply place the index fingers at the outside of the eyes. Rest the top third of the finger between the end of the eyebrow and the edge of the eye. Press gently. Then close the eyes. Hold for four to six seconds. Do five repetitions. Resources http://www.livestrong.com/article/137715-how-detox-lymphatic-system/ http://www.suite101.com/content/skin-brushing-detox-a58509 Complete Idiots Guide to Better Skin References http://www.webmd.com/healthy-beauty/default.htm http://www.freeskincare.net/ http://www.skincareguide.com/
Kissimmee, Florida, United States