Military-minded individual with multiple areas of interest and numerous positions encompassing a variety of skills including staff management, operations management, detailed planning, sales, and interpersonal relations. Most recently focused on providing an element of about one hundred individuals with access to proper equipment and attire in order to execute military training. Key member of a staff of twelve individuals, and directly in charge of a staff of two individuals.
Strong attention to detail
Effective time manager
Practiced in German
Effective in communicating
Effective interpersonal skills
Recipient of a competitive four-year Army ROTC scholarship. Three-year member of an extracurricular ROTC sub-group that focuses on small unit leadership and tactics, as well as championing athletic competition and camaraderie.
University of Toledo Rocket BattalionAugust 2012 to February 2013Senior Army ROTC Cadet Officer Toledo, OHPlanned and assembled multiple training events while acting as an officer in charge. Allocated support personnel based on their strengths and skills in order to facilitate training of the highest possible quality. Acted as an assistant officer in charge as well as junior training officer in support of peers. Assisted in planning process in any way possible and prepared twenty-thirty minute presentations over complicated and vital military techniques and knowledge. Personally mentored junior cadet leaders in a closed interview fashion discussing the Army's expectations of those leaders. Advised junior leaders on how to properly manage their respective subordinate elements and how to conduct standard Army Physical Training. Provided logistical support and management facilitating critical equipment, attire, and services for the Rocket Battalion to allow training operations to commence. Personally accountable for approximately $500,000 worth of U.S Army equipment. Provided staff leadership to organize Army ROTC voluntary security services at University of Toledo Rocket football games in order to increase public awareness and improve public opinion of the Rocket Battalion. Prepared staff announcements and presentations using Microsoft Office.
The Leather CompanyAugust 2011 to November 2011Sales representative Toledo, OHProvide knowledge and insight about the store's inventory while attending closely to individual customers. Keep the workplace tidy and constantly inspect store displays. Understand the customers' tastes and plan to suit accordingly. Close sales by using methods such as suggesting a sense of urgency, providing alternate payment options, combining products, and exchanging information to facilitate future purchases. Consistently met or exceeded the manager's weekly sales goals during non-holiday months.
University of Toledo Rocket BattalionMay 2011 to August 2011Army ROTC recruiting representative Toledo, OHOrganized spreadsheets of interested and qualified candidates for scholarship selection using Microsoft Office. Represented the Rocket Battalion by contacting these individuals and giving a brief description of the program and what the next step to their enrollment process would be, while also providing valuable insight from a fellow-student perspective. Assisted in setting up recruiting stations at multiple events in order to engage interested people in person whilst providing information and establishing rapport. Recruiting team received contact information for follow-up contact from ten people per recruiting event on average.
University of Toledo2013Bachelor of Arts: Religious StudiesToledo, OH, United StatesEnrolled in many writing, philosophy, and political classes, which foster an increased experience and interest in written and spoken discourse. Debates in class as well as communication of ideas were critical characteristics of course descriptions. Detailed analytical papers and essays over complex and controversial subjects broaden typical linear subjective methods of thought into co-linear objective methods of thought.
University of Toledo2013Apprenticeship/ Technical Program: Military Science and LeadershipToledo, OH, United StatesFundamentals of leadership, staff management, operations management,organizational skills, time management, and The Seven Army Values are the key elements of the Army ROTC program. More so than any other college program, Army ROTC cadets receive valuable lessons and experience in professionalism, communication, morality, public speaking, presentation of complex plans and ideas, and the importance of being a member of a team. Efficiency and productivity through team-building are experienced daily.