Proactive student with superior skills in chemistry, technology, and mathematics Eager to bring value to the university's establishment through hard work and commitment to quality. Offering success skills and leadership quality to all extracurricular activities.
Southwestern Illinois College has been an excellent gateway for me to transition into my future university. While pursuing a dual associates degree in both science and engineering science, I plan to be fully prepared for the challenges ahead in pursuing a degree in chemical engineering.
I am a hardworking and dedicated student willing to put myself up to the challenge at the most prestigious university's, I believe I have what it takes to accel in chemical engineering and to one day use my education and skillset to create a better world weather that be in manufacturing of medicines, materials, or agricultural.
My job as a Business Development Representative has taught me many skills that I believe have already helped with my transition into an undergraduate student. While it is not my dream to have a desk job making calls for the rest of my life it surely has put me in situations many other 20 year old students would not necessarily go through. My daily routine is to first handle any replies or inquires that need immediate attention, on a typical day I will make anywhere between 60-80 calls to prospects interested in purchasing a vehicle, I send a similar amount of emails and texts as well on a day to day basis. What I value most out of working in an environment where most of my co workers are around fifteen years older than me is the level of expectation to be responsible, independent, and respectful at all times. If I was to summarize my job it would be that I maintained extensive knowledge of company products and services to provide top-notch expertise to customers.
Before moving to the main dealership location for Jack Schmitt Chevrolet, I was a night manager for the company car wash. This was my first taste of adult responsibility and is an influential reason where I am today. Being a manager showed me that taking charge of a team by virtue of position is not always a smooth process. Mitigating situations between teams of around 6-10 people could be seen as daunting especially when they are teenage boys. My main daily responsibilities at the carwash consisted of making and mixing the popper amounts of chemicals to achieve the best results for our supplies, maintaining a clean and efficient working area and keeping employees on task. The most difficult task I was involved in was the weekly cleaning of the car wash tunnel where I led a team of 4-5 people in cleaning a weeks worth of dirt, and grime from the walls, floors, and brushes of the car wash tunnel. Doing this task eliminated any fear I could have had of dirt and mud, and showed me the proper steps to keeping me and my team safe while handling potentially toxic substances.
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