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Biomedical Engineer, Customer Service

Greensboro, North Carolina, United States
February 16, 2018

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Jeremy Evan Gambetta c: 336-***-****

**** ***** ***** *****, ***********, NC 27358 h: 336-***-****

Education North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University at Greensboro, NC

BS in Biomedical Engineering Graduated: May 2017

GPA: 3.61 Dean’s list: Fall 2013– Spring 2017

Objective To work as a research study assistant or technician in the field of biomechanics,

rehabilitation engineering, and/or exoskeleton technology

Qualities Driven, curious, and thoughtful team player, with the determination and discipline

needed to explore challenging questions

Relevant Calculus Based Physics I, II Molecular Biology Electrical Circuits & Systems

Coursework Calculus II, III Biomechanics Analysis of Process Data

Differential Equations System Dynamics (MatLab) Graphics for Engineers

Organic Chemistry Polymers Thermodynamics

Skills & Application of engineering principles Statistical analysis (MiniTab/Excel)

Proficiencies 3D imaging software (SolidWorks) Numerical analysis of materials

Understanding of the human body Use of health monitoring devices

Biocompatibility knowledge Microsoft Office & Adobe applications


Customer Service: Cheesecake Factory September 2016–Present

Greet guests with courtesy

Maintain the cleanliness and stock of the establishment

Treasurer: Biomedical Engineering Society April 2016–May 2017

Budgetary and Financial Management

-Ensure that Society operates within budget

-Responsible for the safety, management, and reconciliation of all physical and electronic financial transactions, including donations and fees

-Advise E-board members on budgetary issues

Event Planning and Member Engagement

-Work closely with VP and President on planning, organizing, and coordinating fundraisers, extracurricular, and networking events

-Maximize event attendance by negotiating reasonable price points for member participation

-Advise E-board members on challenges and opportunities related to event logistics

E-Board Member: Biomedical Engineering Society Fall 2015–Spring 2016

Led brainstorming and organization of volunteer events to improve Society’s visibility in the community

Initiated and established relationships with community groups to secure volunteer opportunities for members, including two non-profit organizations focused on providing basic needs to underserved youth: Out of the Garden Project and Backpack Beginnings

Networked with vendors for the procurement of services and venues

Designed program and event fliers and publicized the Society to the general student body

National Youth Leadership Forum on National Security

George Mason University, Washington, DC Spring 2012

Team Leader: Took command of a fictitious crisis in a department and led the team to a successful result

Mediator: Provided an unbiased view of decisions for a large group of peers while maintaining a level head

Vigilant Student/Spectator: Gave utmost attention to distinguished guest speakers; documented salient concepts presented to consider their future relevant applications

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