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#69 - OH and FINAL FINAL NOTE I have ALL of my previous wor… 01/22/2015 on Read Desc. 0
#67 - **** i replied to the wrong one, but look above. …  [+] (1 new reply) 01/22/2015 on Read Desc. +1
#69 - quesocnkane (01/22/2015) [-]
OH and FINAL FINAL NOTE

I have ALL of my previous work/employment outlined on PAGE TWO of my resume, along with contact information for five REALLY good references.

College professors, previous bosses, or if you ever have done contracting work, previous customers are perfect. DONT do friends, colleagues, that sort of stuff.

Hand them page one. This is who you are as a person, what you can do, and what you want to do.

Page 2 is all the nit-picky "I worked here from A to B, and did jobs 1-8... Call this person if you want a reference" stuff.

Again, IF they want it, they'll ask for it. "Do you have any references?" "Why yes, yes i fucking do."

Pic added just so people might look at this and hopefully get some good insight on resume building. Keep in mind though I am NOT a professional at this. I've merely only landed a few job offers using this advice given to me. The advice was given to me via my school, my mom (whom has built countless resumes,) and having 25+ people workshop my resume and give me pointers.
#62 - Here, take this... This is my personal resume, use it as a tem… 01/22/2015 on Read Desc. +1
#59 - Too long. Like i spent 7 seconds reading and went &qu…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/22/2015 on Read Desc. +1
User avatar #62 - quesocnkane (01/22/2015) [-]
Here, take this... This is my personal resume, use it as a template

KANE [That's my first name, insert your actual name here]
[Insert Address here]
[Insert primary phone here] [insert primary e-mail here]

Profile A young aspiring professional seeking experience in both Mechanical Engineering fields, and Petroleum, with excellent communication skills and heavy equipment operation ability, bringing forth the ability to combine technical know how and analytical reasoning to real world applications, their inherent problems, and their solutions.

Experienced in construction, CAD software such as SolidWorks, heavy machine operation; such as trucks, trailers, forklifts, among others, MIG, TIG and Arc welding, technical communications, customer service, cash management, and analytical skills for problem solving.

Professional Goals are to grow in leadership and knowledge, by acquiring an engineering related field of work to develop cutting edge solutions to real world problems to pave the way into a leadership styled position in mechanical/petroleum engineering.

Education

-South Dakota School of mines and Technology, Rapid City SD
Major: Mechanical Engineering Minor: Petroleum Systems
SDSMT GPA: 3.65/4.0 Expected Graduation date: Dec 2015
-Fossil Ridge High School, Fort Collins CO, Graduated 2011
-Member of the Tiospaye Scholarship Science and Engineering program
-Member of American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
-Member of American Indian Society for Engineering Students (AISES)
-Lead Design Engineer chair for American Welders Society (AWS)

Skills/Work Experience

Pierson Concrete Construction Co
Form Setter / Heavy Equipment Operator / Excavator 2011 – 2014
Post tension slabs, including framing, pouring, tensioning, and testing
Communicating with Project Managers and Superintendents for modifications on different projects
Read and interpret technical/engineering drawings

W.W.W. Manufacturing LLC.
Shop assistant/Apprentice Welder 2012 – Present (As Needed)
Read, interpret, and occasionally modify technical drawings
Ability to work in independently
Rapid prototyping of various parts ranging in size
Professional experience gained in Supply Chain Management

Extra-Curricular/Volunteering

Lead Engineer for Mines Drift
Design Engineer for American Welding Society (AWS)
Volunteer at Grace Pointe Continuing Care Senior Campus
-September 2011 – December 2011
User avatar #61 - dashgamer (01/22/2015) [-]
Well, there's the VA.
But I'm trying to get a job as an electrician so that I can develop my expertise.
User avatar #67 - quesocnkane (01/22/2015) [-]
Shit i replied to the wrong one, but look above.

Name/contact info first. This needs to be BOLD AND BIG. As soon as you hand them this piece of paper, they have ZERO QUESTION as to who you are and how EXACTLY they can get a hold of you.

Profile: This should be short and sweet. THREE SENTENCES MAXIMUM. This should overview who you are. Seriously, keep this relevant to who you are, but SUPER SHORT and to the point.

Experience: Again, SHORT. Make this be the part be the spot that OVERVIEWS your BEST AND MOST GENERIC skill set. Not alot of detail required here.

Goals: Nobody wants to hire someone that only has plans to take the job and never advance or has aspirations to better themselves professionally. But DO NOT include "I want to retire by age 40 with a new McLaren Mp412C gettin road head by Kate Upton." While we ALL want that, stick to PROFESSIONAL GOALS.

Ok NOW is where the resume begins...
CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER Include anything that's related in that heading as I did with my college.

Also... PICK WHAT YOU WANT. You don't need them to know everything about you, just highlight the good parts. If they want to know what your highschool GPA was, they'll ask.

As you can see, My education is listed before my work. That's because well... I'm a student. If work comes first, then list it that way. List your MOST RECENT WORK, then narrow it down to MOST RECENT/MOST IMPORTANT

Finally, extra curriculars/volunteering. This is a HUGE HUGE HUGE HUGE bonus for people that can squeeze it in somehow. "Fluff" it up if you need to, but remember, anything is better than nothing.

Final note: DO NOT PRINT YOUR RESUME ON REGULAR PAPER LIKE HOLY SHIT DONT FUCKING DO IT.

TEN. DOLLARS. RESUME PAPER. OFFICE MAX. BUY IT. PRINT 10 COPIES AT A TIME.
#69 - quesocnkane (01/22/2015) [-]
OH and FINAL FINAL NOTE

I have ALL of my previous work/employment outlined on PAGE TWO of my resume, along with contact information for five REALLY good references.

College professors, previous bosses, or if you ever have done contracting work, previous customers are perfect. DONT do friends, colleagues, that sort of stuff.

Hand them page one. This is who you are as a person, what you can do, and what you want to do.

Page 2 is all the nit-picky "I worked here from A to B, and did jobs 1-8... Call this person if you want a reference" stuff.

Again, IF they want it, they'll ask for it. "Do you have any references?" "Why yes, yes i fucking do."

Pic added just so people might look at this and hopefully get some good insight on resume building. Keep in mind though I am NOT a professional at this. I've merely only landed a few job offers using this advice given to me. The advice was given to me via my school, my mom (whom has built countless resumes,) and having 25+ people workshop my resume and give me pointers.
#57 - Lie. I worked construction and pour concrete. …  [+] (6 new replies) 01/22/2015 on Read Desc. +1
User avatar #58 - dashgamer (01/22/2015) [-]
"I am a capable leader with experience as a leading element in various projects, which entailed basic interior wiring, creating and implementing power distribution plans for field establishments, generator maintenance and upkeep, and the organization, maintenance, and accountability of electrical gear when not in use. My expertise includes the installation of interior wiring, the calculation and planning of load requirements for power distribution gear, limited knowledge of NEC requirements, and the use of measurement tools such as the multimeter. This background will easily translate to the skills and reliability expected of a basic civilian electrician."
If that isn't flavor, then I don't know what is.
User avatar #59 - quesocnkane (01/22/2015) [-]
Too long.

Like i spent 7 seconds reading and went "nope."

Do you have any resources at school like a career center to run through your resume and fine-tune it?

I'm not bragging, but my resume does actually have tons of applicable work experience, but TONS of useless shit too. My resume was 2 pages long, and after workshopping it, I got it down to 1 page.
User avatar #62 - quesocnkane (01/22/2015) [-]
Here, take this... This is my personal resume, use it as a template

KANE [That's my first name, insert your actual name here]
[Insert Address here]
[Insert primary phone here] [insert primary e-mail here]

Profile A young aspiring professional seeking experience in both Mechanical Engineering fields, and Petroleum, with excellent communication skills and heavy equipment operation ability, bringing forth the ability to combine technical know how and analytical reasoning to real world applications, their inherent problems, and their solutions.

Experienced in construction, CAD software such as SolidWorks, heavy machine operation; such as trucks, trailers, forklifts, among others, MIG, TIG and Arc welding, technical communications, customer service, cash management, and analytical skills for problem solving.

Professional Goals are to grow in leadership and knowledge, by acquiring an engineering related field of work to develop cutting edge solutions to real world problems to pave the way into a leadership styled position in mechanical/petroleum engineering.

Education

-South Dakota School of mines and Technology, Rapid City SD
Major: Mechanical Engineering Minor: Petroleum Systems
SDSMT GPA: 3.65/4.0 Expected Graduation date: Dec 2015
-Fossil Ridge High School, Fort Collins CO, Graduated 2011
-Member of the Tiospaye Scholarship Science and Engineering program
-Member of American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
-Member of American Indian Society for Engineering Students (AISES)
-Lead Design Engineer chair for American Welders Society (AWS)

Skills/Work Experience

Pierson Concrete Construction Co
Form Setter / Heavy Equipment Operator / Excavator 2011 – 2014
Post tension slabs, including framing, pouring, tensioning, and testing
Communicating with Project Managers and Superintendents for modifications on different projects
Read and interpret technical/engineering drawings

W.W.W. Manufacturing LLC.
Shop assistant/Apprentice Welder 2012 – Present (As Needed)
Read, interpret, and occasionally modify technical drawings
Ability to work in independently
Rapid prototyping of various parts ranging in size
Professional experience gained in Supply Chain Management

Extra-Curricular/Volunteering

Lead Engineer for Mines Drift
Design Engineer for American Welding Society (AWS)
Volunteer at Grace Pointe Continuing Care Senior Campus
-September 2011 – December 2011
User avatar #61 - dashgamer (01/22/2015) [-]
Well, there's the VA.
But I'm trying to get a job as an electrician so that I can develop my expertise.
User avatar #67 - quesocnkane (01/22/2015) [-]
Shit i replied to the wrong one, but look above.

Name/contact info first. This needs to be BOLD AND BIG. As soon as you hand them this piece of paper, they have ZERO QUESTION as to who you are and how EXACTLY they can get a hold of you.

Profile: This should be short and sweet. THREE SENTENCES MAXIMUM. This should overview who you are. Seriously, keep this relevant to who you are, but SUPER SHORT and to the point.

Experience: Again, SHORT. Make this be the part be the spot that OVERVIEWS your BEST AND MOST GENERIC skill set. Not alot of detail required here.

Goals: Nobody wants to hire someone that only has plans to take the job and never advance or has aspirations to better themselves professionally. But DO NOT include "I want to retire by age 40 with a new McLaren Mp412C gettin road head by Kate Upton." While we ALL want that, stick to PROFESSIONAL GOALS.

Ok NOW is where the resume begins...
CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER Include anything that's related in that heading as I did with my college.

Also... PICK WHAT YOU WANT. You don't need them to know everything about you, just highlight the good parts. If they want to know what your highschool GPA was, they'll ask.

As you can see, My education is listed before my work. That's because well... I'm a student. If work comes first, then list it that way. List your MOST RECENT WORK, then narrow it down to MOST RECENT/MOST IMPORTANT

Finally, extra curriculars/volunteering. This is a HUGE HUGE HUGE HUGE bonus for people that can squeeze it in somehow. "Fluff" it up if you need to, but remember, anything is better than nothing.

Final note: DO NOT PRINT YOUR RESUME ON REGULAR PAPER LIKE HOLY SHIT DONT FUCKING DO IT.

TEN. DOLLARS. RESUME PAPER. OFFICE MAX. BUY IT. PRINT 10 COPIES AT A TIME.
#69 - quesocnkane (01/22/2015) [-]
OH and FINAL FINAL NOTE

I have ALL of my previous work/employment outlined on PAGE TWO of my resume, along with contact information for five REALLY good references.

College professors, previous bosses, or if you ever have done contracting work, previous customers are perfect. DONT do friends, colleagues, that sort of stuff.

Hand them page one. This is who you are as a person, what you can do, and what you want to do.

Page 2 is all the nit-picky "I worked here from A to B, and did jobs 1-8... Call this person if you want a reference" stuff.

Again, IF they want it, they'll ask for it. "Do you have any references?" "Why yes, yes i fucking do."

Pic added just so people might look at this and hopefully get some good insight on resume building. Keep in mind though I am NOT a professional at this. I've merely only landed a few job offers using this advice given to me. The advice was given to me via my school, my mom (whom has built countless resumes,) and having 25+ people workshop my resume and give me pointers.
#47 - I think you might be retarded.  [+] (2 new replies) 01/16/2015 on Squishy +1
#57 - afaik (01/16/2015) [-]
Nevermind. I noticed I misread #14. My fault. Just gonna embrace the red thumbs...
#56 - afaik (01/16/2015) [-]
Explain how.

I'm not denying that I may be dead wrong, but if you blame me for not being able to explain something yourself, I'm not the retarded one here.
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#59 - atonial (01/16/2015) [-]
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#9 - Please make this a youtube video and post a link 01/14/2015 on Wow, I made a joke 0
#183 - Penn, Anons, RisenLichen, Balder, goldenglimmer, becauseoprahs…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/06/2015 on Engineering +2
User avatar #188 - goldenglimmer (01/06/2015) [-]
Hey man, six months isn't a long time! In fact, I'm chatting up this girl in the States. She's not my girlfriend, but we have a good thing going (met this summer). We really dug each other, so we stayed in touch. It's hard to wait so long, but we're looking forward to this summer when I'll be coming back down (making it about a year since my last trip).

However, it's not something that will last if you keep having to wait those long intervals. Once, twice or maybe three six month waits, that's beginning to accumulate. You should definitely try to look for a long-term solution, but if you've decided to stay in touch, six months shouldn't be a problem! talk to her about it, see what she feels, and then work out something.
#49 - My girlfriend and I are both engineers. I'm mechanical, she el…  [+] (17 new replies) 01/05/2015 on Engineering +85
User avatar #183 - quesocnkane (01/06/2015) [-]
Penn, Anons, RisenLichen, Balder, goldenglimmer, becauseoprahsaidso, mcbergstedt, laidoner, thanks. Each thing you guys said made me feel better.

But to give more insigh (if anyone cares,) shes about to graduate as an EE, this is her last semester so thats why shes going back. It'll be 6 months or so before I get to see her again. I know I'm being a bitch, but it's just tough.

Never had a girlfriend like her before. We met at school when she came her on an exchange program in the spring semester, then she decided to stay one more, so here we are. We lived together over the summer, and just grown really close in the last year.

Ive just never had to say bye like that before in an airport.
User avatar #188 - goldenglimmer (01/06/2015) [-]
Hey man, six months isn't a long time! In fact, I'm chatting up this girl in the States. She's not my girlfriend, but we have a good thing going (met this summer). We really dug each other, so we stayed in touch. It's hard to wait so long, but we're looking forward to this summer when I'll be coming back down (making it about a year since my last trip).

However, it's not something that will last if you keep having to wait those long intervals. Once, twice or maybe three six month waits, that's beginning to accumulate. You should definitely try to look for a long-term solution, but if you've decided to stay in touch, six months shouldn't be a problem! talk to her about it, see what she feels, and then work out something.
#179 - Penn (01/06/2015) [-]
Dude, my girlfriend's Brazilian and she has to go back in October if we don't do something. We're literally doing everything we can to find a way.
#167 - anonymous (01/06/2015) [-]
I know that feel bro.

Three years ago I moved from Spain to Argentina due to family issues and had to say goodbye to the best girl I ever met. We still talk from time to time and when i left we made a promise that whenever we meet again, we would try being together one more time.

But deep inside I know it will never be the same.
#170 - anonymous (01/06/2015) [-]
And I study computer engeneering
User avatar #130 - RisenLichen (01/05/2015) [-]
why not get her a citizenship?
User avatar #120 - Balder (01/05/2015) [-]
Just give me a name, and I can look after her while she is in Norway. I'm nice like that. Or you can just grow some balls and move to our glorious country. Follow your dream. Norway and america is pretty close in many things.
#114 - goldenglimmer (01/05/2015) [-]
I have a duel citizenship. I live in Norway, but I'm half American.

I've had romances to which I've had to say goodbye in both countries, both because of location and, well, other stuff.

In other words, I know that feel, man.

Also, I'm an engineer too (well, in 3 semesters, hopefully). Telematics representin'!
User avatar #184 - lapsushominum (01/06/2015) [-]
Who do you need to fight to keep it?
User avatar #187 - goldenglimmer (01/06/2015) [-]
I never actually had to fight anyone. My Academy is even in the Norwegian military and I still have both a Norwegian and American citizenship. Used my American passport this summer.
#109 - anonymous (01/05/2015) [-]
I didn't ask for these feels. I hope this all works out though. T-T
User avatar #99 - serotonin (01/05/2015) [-]
move to Norway?

User avatar #82 - becauseoprahsaidso (01/05/2015) [-]
la dispute - andria Airport goodbyes remind me of this song. You might not like the singing at first, it grows on you, but just listen to the lyrics.
User avatar #69 - mcbergstedt (01/05/2015) [-]
Bro, if you love her, you can find a way. Plus, if you marry her she gets citizenship
User avatar #59 - supermandan (01/05/2015) [-]
When will you get to see her again?
#54 - laidoner (01/05/2015) [-]
wow what a faggot
#106 - anonymous (01/05/2015) [-]
two kinds of people....

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