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Mechanical Engineering Engineer

Atlanta, Georgia, 30312, United States
April 24, 2012
Contact Info:

Cameron Hagan
Address: *** **** **** **. ******, GA. 30054. Cell: 770.***.**** Email:
To advance my knowledge of Mechanical Engineering by obtaining a engaging and challenging
position as a Mechanical Engineer; and by doing so better both the human condition and
environment in which everyone experiences each and everyday.
Current Employment
Engineering Technician: TOTO USA, INC.
(Manufacturer of High End Bathroom Ceramic-wares, tubs, and faucets)
Fall 2010 - Present
I am held responsible for evaluating chinaware product from new vendors and for products
in development to ensure if they meet TOTO USA, INC. standards. This Involved creating specific
testing media that were at the right dimensions and densities, making sure that the product passed
all ASME requirements, and dimension all products so they meet predetermined specifications set
by the development engineering group (which the position falls under) and the executives.
Previous Employment
Community Leader/ Resident Advisor:
Georgia Southern University Fall 2007 – Spring 2010 Academic years
A vital member of University Housing Staff that is a live-in member of the Department of
University Housing Staff and works with a group of students in one of the residence halls, dorms, and works
to establish a positive living environment for the resident students.
Georgia Institute of Technology, Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Georgia Institute
of Technology:: Atlanta, GA. 30332. Graduated BSME. Fall 2008-Spring 2010
Coursework (selection):
Mechanical Behavior-Materials
Capstone Design
Acoustics& Noise Control
Structural Vibrations
Mfg Processes& Engineering
ME Systems Lab
Machine Design
Principles & Applications-Engineering Materials
Georgia Southern, GTREP. Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Georgia Southern
Statesboro, GA. 30460. Fall 2005-Spring 2008. Transferred to Georgia Institute of Technology
Overall GPA: 3.11
Projects & Publishing
Magnetic Lunar Dust Remover: Georgia Institute of Technology.
Spring 2010.
Created an electromagnetic dust remover, with a team of fellow engineering students, for
use by astronauts on the lunar surface.
A Rapid Prototyping Experiment for Undergraduate
Laboratory: Georgia Institute of Technology.
Fall 2009
Coauthored journal article about the uses of Rapid
Prototyping Technology in a lab setting. The article is in publish in
the Computers in Education Journal.
Leadership & Volunteering
National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH)
Fall 2008 – Spring 2010; V.P. of Selection Spring 2010
NRHH is an organization that recognizes student leaders inside university housing
departments throughout the universities in America, and provides opportunities for service and
volunteering for the community in which they reside in. During my part of the organization, I
participated and helped organized in two annual programs for the community, participated in
relay-for-life rallies each year, and donated time to cook dinner for the Ronald McDonald House
Charities along with helping with books for Africa program with better world books.
Science Nights
Spring 2010
Went to schools in and around Bulloch county and, along with the Georgia Southern
Chemistry Club (SAACS), hosted chemistry booths with a range of demonstrations that were aimed
at engaging children’s interest in the field of science.
Hope Scholarship Recipient
Fall 2005 – Fall 2009
Maintained grade levels to receive all the allotted amount of hours supported by the Hope
Above and Beyond the Call of Duty (ABC) Award
Spring 2009
Achieved by going beyond what was expected for a Resident Advisor by being available,
always ready to respond, and being a role model to all Resident Advisor.