Motivated college student offering a great deal of experience in customer service, a perfected attribute of leadership, and a broad understanding of financial excellence.
Throughout high school I maintained a 3.98 GPA and was apart of the National Honors Society helping improve my school and community. Currently I am employed at Water and Ice, where I retain the promoted position of shift leader. Performing the duties of a shift leader include opening up the store, recognizing the tasks that require attention for the day, and assigning duties to fellow employees.
I have been employed at Water and Ice for over two years. Throughout the years of being employed my boss has entrusted me with several responsibilities while he is gone. These responsibilities include stocking the ice, and keeping track of the money within the drawers.
While being employed at "In n Out" for almost 5 months I learned to always stay busy and accomplish every task with my best work ethic. Being that "In n Out" stays constantly busy I learned valuable lessons of efficiently by working hard and learning constantly.
Graduated with the fourth highest GPA in my class to help me receive college scholarships towards Grand Canyon University.
I am pursuing a career in computer programming/software engineer.
While attending GCU, I plan on learning different computer languages to help me know how to write code for computers to read. This past fall I studied a simple base language called “c”. Obviously the job I am applying for that is, a personal banker, does not require these skills, but I am looking forward to one day possibly advancing in my area of study.
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