I am a 19-year old Cedarville University sophomore majoring in physics and minoring in math and political
science. I plan on graduating in the spring of 2016. I have a great interest not only in scientific research, but also in the interplay between governmental policy and scientific endeavor. I am seeking to further my understanding of both studies so that I can see the real world implications of science in practice. I will bring curiosity, thoughtfulness, and excitement to the workplace as I seek to form connections between science and politics.
Musical Aptitude in Solo and Ensemble settings
Seek Excellence in Work
Methodical Problem Solver
Student Campaign InternAugust 2012 to November 2012 Republican National Committee - 3330 Skokie Valley Road (Route 41) Suite 200, Highland Park, IL Last summer, I worked for a political campaign
involving a candidate who was running for Illinois State Senate. The job consisted of working four days a week for about seven hours each day. My main responsibilities involved conducting phone calls to potential voters, handing out information at voters' homes, and advertising the candidate in parades.
English Teacher July 2012 to September 2012 Kelenfold Evangelical Church - Budapest, Hungary In this volunteer position on my church mission trip to Hungary, I was involved with teaching Hungarian teenagers English for a two week period at a summer camp. Activities centered on expanding vocabulary and promoting the verbal proficiency of speaking English.
Activity LeaderJuly 2010 to August 2010 Inner City Impact - Chicago, IL In this volunteer position, I would help facilitate different activities that went on each day at this summer camp for kids in the inner city of Chicago. This camp was one week long and activities included basketball, relay races, and carpet ball.
Cedarville UniversityCurrent251 North Main Street, Cedarville, OH 45314 Bachelor of Science: Physics
Highest Honors student at John Hersey High School
Served as an officer to the National Honor Society
Participated in orchestra and band throughout high school and served as the percussion section leader junior and senior year
AP credit allowed me to bypass two of my general physics courses, enabling me to explore specific areas of interest within physics at an earlier time in college