I have been a summer Student Trainee with the Air Force located at the Pentagon; Naval Facilities Engineering Command; the Food & Drug Administration (FDA); the General Services Administration (GSA); and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). I also possess a basic government security clearance.
I have completed 112 Credit hours while attending Montgomery College, University of Maryland University College, and the University of Baltimore. My major is Computer Simulation and Digital Entertainment Program and minor is Technical Art; at the University of Baltimore; which includes courses in the computer field. I plan to graduate in December 2020, with a bachelor’s degree. I am proficient with PC and MAC Platform, Illustrator, Photoshop, Adobe, PowerPoint, Word, Dreamweaver, and Excel.
I am an ambitious individual and enjoy being stimulated by new activities and tasks.
I am constantly seeking an opportunity to challenge myself and learn new areas related to computer programing, as well as the computer field in general. It is my feeling at this time, that having an opportunity to work in the computer field will further enhance my proficiency and offer growth, as well as expose me to the professional work environment. I am an attention to detail person, which was an asset in the Pharmacy Clerk position I once held at the NIH. This attention to detail skill enabled me to detect expired drugs on the shelf in the pharmacy and pull them from the active inventory. These same expired drugs were missed when other employees who had performed the drug inventory. I feel my education and work experienced have prepared me to be a competitive job applicant.
I have traveled to many locations near and abroad and have enjoyed learning about other countries and their cultural and creative differences. While traveling to Paris, Honolulu, and Toronto, I have grown intellectually, culturally, and historically aware of the wide range of people and lifestyles around the world. This has given me an awareness of cultures and sensitivity to diversity.
I currently play for a recreational Ice Hockey team, where I enjoy the teamwork ethic, we all share, and the fun we have playing.