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Professional Summary
Flexible and hardworking Forester successful in program coordination. Detail-oriented with a strong work ethic, excellent communication skills and the drive to succeed in my natural resources career.
  • First Aid and CPR Certified
  • Timber sale management
  • Safety procedures knowledge
  • Proficient in ArcGIS
  • Federally-qualified fire experience
  • Effective communicator
  • Comfortable in the outdoors
  • Plant identification specialist
  • Self motivated and goal oriented
  • Data collection and analysis
  • Large-scale budget formulation and management
  • Forest inventory and analysis
Work History
Resource Forester, 06/2018 to Current
Missouri Department Of ConservationPiedmont, Missouri
  • 40 Hours/Week  $37,000/Year
  • Manage over 10,000 acres of forestland in the southeast Missouri region
  • Mark timber for stand improvement, general thinning and economic purposes
  • Supervise layout and preparation of timber sale sites on both public and private lands
  • Supervise bidding local contractors in performing timber stand improvement plans and timber harvests on both private and public lands
  • Negotiate an average of five timber harvest contracts per fiscal year
  • Inventory trees, assess diversity and monitor health on both public and private lands within my county-wide management area
  • Use aerial photos, GPS data and satellite maps to locate forest plots.
  • Increased departmental efficiency through use of LIDAR data in establishing forest stands and riparian buffers within management compartments
  • Plan and complete controlled burns in total excess of 700 acres to promote various goals including desirable species regeneration, invasive species control and wildlife habitat management
  • Draft annual budget and monitor expenditures
  • Develop and complete annual work plan to address natural resource management goals and objectives
  • Lead community education projects on benefits of trees, plant identification, and overall best management practices for proper land management and conservation
  • Supervisor to a crew of three technicians
  • Work extensively with other management divisions (Wildlife, Fisheries, Private Lands, etc.) in cooperatively developing work plans and executing active conservation of both public and private lands
Graduate Research Assistant, 05/2015 to 05/2018
Southern Illinois University at CarbondaleCarbondale, IL
  • 20 Hours/Week  $650/Month
  • Work with principal investigators to coordinate qualitative research into southern Illinois farmer enrollment in Farm Bill-governed sustainable agriculture programs.
  • Plan, modify, and execute research techniques, procedures and tests.
  • Research Farm Bill sustainable agricultural programs to assist professors and myself with academic pursuits.
  • Conduct in-field interviews with governing body officials and area farm stakeholders.
  • Record data and maintain source documentation following IRB confidential documentation practices.
  • Perform qualitative, quantitative and statistical analysis on collected data.
  • Gather, organize and enter data into NVIVO, ArcGIS and Excel.
  • Prepare materials for reports, thesis defense and submission to peer-reviewed journal publications.
Graduate Teaching Assistant, 05/2015 to 05/2018
Southern Illinois University at CarbondaleCarbondale, IL
  • 20 Hours/Week $650/Month
  • Assist Dr. John Schoonover with tasks such as copying papers, collecting assignments and preparing materials for upcoming classes.
  • Check assignments, proctor tests and provide grades according to university standards.
  • Oversee classes of up to 50 students in both Tree ID and Forest Soils.
  • Teach small groups of students focused on specifics of in-field Tree ID coursework.
  • Tutor students during one-on-one office hours.
  • Conduct weekly review sessions for Tree ID, preparing students for in-field exams.
  • Developed curriculum for Forestry 102, Introduction to Tree ID.
Sports Editor, 02/2017 to 12/2017
Daily Egyptian College Press - Southern Illinois UniversityCarbondale, IL
  • 30 Hours/Week No Salary
  • Oversaw three writers during tenure as editor.
  • Edited all sports stories for publication in weekly print and daily online site.
  • Conducted weekly budget meetings with news desk to assign weekly tasks and deadlines to writers.
  • Attended weekly editors meeting to coordinate with other writing department heads 
  • Personally completed and published an average of three articles per week.
  • Worked regularly with other universities to schedule access and lodging for sports desk writers to travel and cover sporting events.
FRST Volunteer Coordinator, 05/2015 to 05/2016
Southern Illinois Prescribed Burn Association (SIPBA) GrantCarbondale, IL
  • 40 Hours/Week  $750/Month
  • Developed base for new non-native invasive flora species strike team.
  • In charge of invasive identification, mapping and removal on primarily private lands throughout southern Illinois.
  • Trained volunteers and private landowners on proper use of eradication equipment, PPE, mixing and applying herbicides.
  • Certified volunteers/landowners for an Illinois Volunteer Pesticide Applicator's license.
  • Coordinated workdays and management plan with regional neighborhood associations and local governmental organizations.
  • Utilized ArcGIS to map acreage of lands traversed for invasive species presence, species of invasives present and treatment administered.
Apprentice Burn Boss, 05/2015 to 05/2016
Southern Illinois Prescribed Burn Association (SIPBA) GrantCarbondale, IL
  • 20 Hours/Week during burn seasons  $3000/Year
  • Apprenticed in drawing up and planning five prescribed burns in southern Illinois region, assisting in many more.
  • Guided work crews consisting of volunteer landowners, SIU Fire Dawgs and state/federal wildland firefighters in scratching in fire line for burn unit, felling snags and possible problem trees, overseeing morning crew assignments and burn plan debrief, active ignition, fire watch and line management, mop-up and after-action conversation and reports.
  • Burns were conducted to manage lands for regeneration of native grasses, fertilization of agricultural soil and/or promotion of oak/hickory regeneration in congress with non-native invasive species control.
  • Coordinated with local NGOs as well as state and federal governing bodies on inter-agency burn details.
  • In charge of maintaining and transporting an FRST/SIPBA work trailer that housed fire and invasive species removal field implements.
Invasive Species Mapping Intern/Type II Wildland Firefighter, 06/2014 to 05/2015
US Fish & Wildlife ServicesCarterville, IL
  • 40 Hours/Week  $25/Day Stipend; 20 Hours/Week during burn seasons  $18/Hour
  • Completed transects within the Crab Orchard refuge boundaries to identify, quantify and map the extense of non-native invasive flora species.
  • Utilized handheld Garmin GPS units to mark transects and plot points for mapping purposes.
  • Recorded findings manually in field, and entered all findings at the end of the work week using Excel data sheets.
  • Recorded instances of forest composition changes during traverse, as well as homestead sites, unusual flora species encountered and damaged timber stand areas caused by the 2009 derecho.
  • Completed arduous physical pack test and Fire Refresher Course to earn qualifications as a Type II wildland firefighter for CONWR.
  • Actively participated in the 2014 fall burn season and the 2015 spring burn season on refuge lands.
  • Completed USFWS ATV/UTV training and chainsaw safety training to actively assist with these implements during prescribed burns.
Journeyman Inside Wireman, 06/2000 to 08/2009
IBEW Local 176Joliet, IL
  • 40 Hours/Week  $50,000/Year
  • Completed five years apprenticeship training through Local 176 Hall.
  • Worked on both low-voltage (120/240v) and high-voltage (277/480v) systems in both residential and commercial/industrial settings.
  • Interpreted drawings, wiring diagrams, flow charts and written descriptions of the project requirements.
  • Served as foreman in charge of work crews seven times during my tenure in IBEW, never missing a deadline to complete a build.
  • As foreman, I was in charge of reading prints, assigning daily tasks to meet job deadlines in congress with site plan sheets, ordering supplies, overseeing time sheets and on-site morale/discipline of crew.
  • Worked extended hours on weekday and weekend projects.
  • Reviewed plans from architects and consulted with clients to gain a deep understanding of project plan and objectives.
Master of Science: Human Dimensions And Societal Management of Forestry , 2019
Southern Illinois University - Carbondale, IL
  • 3.69 GPA (in process of defense)
Bachelor of Science: Forestry/Wildlife Habitat Management and Conservation, 2015
Southern Illinois University - Carbondale, IL
  • 3.03 GPA
Bachelor of Science: Biomedical Engineering (unconferred) University of Illinois At Chicago - Chicago, IL
  • 3.1 GPA

Missouri Forest Products Assoc. Professional Timber Harvester 

Illinois and Missouri Public Applicator (gen. stds., right-of-way, forest pest)
NWCG I-100, L-180, S-130, S-190 & S-290

Active Federal "Red Card"
S-212 Chainsaw certification/Faller Class A

American Tree Farm System (ATFS) Certified Inspector

Society of American Foresters (SAF) Transition Member

USFWS ATV/UTV training & chainsaw safety training

Missouri Department of Conservation fire-line bulldozer training

Professional References

Bruce Henry

Forest Ecologist

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Clarence Cannon National Wildlife Refuge

37599 County Road 206

Annada, MO 63330

Brooke Hagarty

Forest Soil Scientist/Hydrologist

U.S. Forest Service

Shawnee National Forest

521 N. Main Street

Jonesboro, IL 62952

Matt Enger


U.S. Forest Service

Bighorn National Forest

2013 Eastside Second Street

Sheridan, WY 82801

Mike Keeley (Current Supervisor)

Forestry Regional Supervisor

Missouri Department of Conservation

2302 County Park Dr

Cape Girardeau , MO 63701

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Master's Degree Student majoring Computer Engineering with experience in back-end programming, database processing, and cyber security.
Master of Science, Computer Engineering 2018 Iowa State University Ames, IA, United States Cumulative GPA: 3.84/4.0
Bachelor of Science, Computer Engineering 2017 Iowa State Univeristy Ames, IA, United States Cumulative GPA: 3.65/4.0
Languages: C, Java, PHP
Software: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Eclipse, Matlab, Wireshark, Lightroom
Operating Systems: Mac OS, Linux, Windows
Databases: SQL
Mobile Device Security
Android Ransomware
  • Work with professor Guan to test and analyze ransomware apps on Android devices using decompilation approach.
  • Aim to find solutions for Android ransomware apps and improve the environment of the Android app market.
Course Projects
Android Application
Fitness App
  • Worked with a team of three in designing and implementing in Java and PHP using Android Studio
  • Contributed to the connection of server and database using PHP and MySQL
Embedded System
Mars Rover Project
  • Worked with a team of five in coding and implementing in C and Assembly using VORTEX platform
  • Contributed to collision detection, object scanning, and data analysis 
Professional Experience
Teaching Assistant Jan 2017 to Current
Iowa State University Ames, IA
  • Lead lab sessions of 16 students in learning, coding and implementing with Linux Operating System
  • Conduct one-to-one troubleshooting and problem-solving of hardware and software issues to students with diverse backgrounds
Tutor Oct 2015 to Dec 2015
Iowa State Univeristy Ames, IA
  • Led group discussions of 6 tutees with topic of multiple integrals and vector calculus
  • Provided extra support in problem-solving of tutees' homework and exam preparation

Activities and Honors
  • Member, The National Society of Collegiate Scholars 
  • Named to the College of Engineering Dean's List every semester
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Professional Summary
Engaging math teacher skilled at encouraging and inspiring high school students. Accomplished math teacher specializing in individualized instruction based on students' needs and interests. Knowledgeable about finding new ways to keep students engaged in the material. Strives to reach out to students to help them reach the highest level of academic success possible. Desires a long term teaching position at the high school level.
  • Motivated to help others
  • Flexible and adaptable
  • Skilled with thinking map
  • Excellent time management
  • Interactive teaching/learning

  • Classroom management
  • Student teaching experience
  • Curriculum development
  • Creative lesson plan development
  • Organizational development knowledge
Work History
Math Tutor, 10/2017 to Current
Huntington Learning Center Birmingham, Michigan
  • Created an enjoyable and interesting learning environment for students.
  • Observed and evaluated students' performance and behavior.
  • Determined student strengths and weaknesses through weekly assessments.
  • helped students learn foundational skills as well as build a comprehensive understanding of math and its relationship to real-world situations.
Math Grader, 09/2014 to 05/2016
Department Of Mathematics Michigan State University
  • Graded student work and kept careful records of grades.
  • Identified areas of weakness with individual students and gave feedback.
  • Tutored students after school and on weekends to prepare them for the Advanced Placement exam in Math.
  • Maintained accurate and complete student records as required by laws, district policies and administrative regulations.
Math Tutor, 09/2013 to 05/2016
Math Learning Center Michigan State University
  • Communicated with peers, colleagues, and administrators to meet and exceed teaching goals.
  • Worked collaboratively and flexibly with a diverse team of peers and colleagues.
  • Acted as a positive role model for students and colleagues.
  • Demonstrated quantifiable and objective student performance gains.
  • Encouraged students to develop and promote independent thinking skill.
  • Taught students to solve problem with different and effective methods.

Math Teaching Assistant, 09/2013 to 05/2014
Department Of Mathematics Michigan State University
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons, units and projects.
  • Adapted teaching methods and materials to meet students' varying needs.
  • Encouraged students to persevere with challenging tasks.
  • Employed a broad range of instructional techniques to retain student interest and maximize learning.
  • Taught students to utilize problem solving methodology and techniques during tests.
  • Created an interactive classroom atmosphere to maintain student interest and facilitate learning.
  • Identified areas of weakness with individual students and tailored lessons accordingly.
Bachelor of Science: Mathematics, 2016
Michigan State University - East Lansing, Michigan
Bachelor of Arts: Chemistry, 2016
Michigan State University - East Lansing, Michigan
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Professional Summary

Energetic teacher's assistant with one years assisting daycare providers in refugee camps. Works well as part of a team while following all teacher-driven directives. Proactive and self-sufficient in creating innovative ways to deliver curriculum.
  • Emotionally supportive
  • Positive and optimistic
  • People-oriented
  • Fluent in Arabic
  • Advanced English speaker
Work History
February 2017-Current Teaching Assistant | British Council | Skaramagas Camp, Athens
  • Facilitate translations and support the teaching staff twice a week in adult English language classes.
  • Created an effective and culturally sensitive learning environment.
February 2017 Teaching Assistant | Hope School | Skaramagas Camp, Athens
  • Support the teaching staff to deliver classroom activities for 40 children aged 6-14.
  • Gave one-on-one attention to children while maintaining overall focus on the entire group.
  • Established daily routines that were easy for the children to follow.

June 2016-September 2016 Teaching Assistant | UNICEF | Qushtapa Camp, Erbil, Iraq
  • Developed a 3-month programme for kindergarten children, ages 4-6, to learn to skateboard and ride a bicycle.
  • Maintained daily records of children's individual activities and adhered to health and safety protocols.
  • Communicated regularly with key stakeholders about daily activities and behaviours.
Current English Language: Drop in the Ocean, Skaramagas Camp, Athens
English Language: Save the Children Leros Island Camp