Cody J. Goode
*** ******** *****, ****** ****, VA 22546
Mobile: 540-***-**** Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dedicated, passionate, and motivated college graduate with a Physics Major and Math Minor, seeking to acquire a position in physics or engineering to apply hands-on skills in a workplace. Strong teamwork and creative problem solving skills with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
West Virginia Wesleyan College, Buckhannon, WV 8/2013-12/2017
BS in Physics; Minor: Mathematics
Relevant Projects: Major-Senior Project: Designed, constructed, and tested a concrete bridge. I tested the deflection of the bridge after I applied weight to it. I decided to make an arch bridge and I used reinforced rebar to hold the concrete and sub-structure in place. I used fast setting concrete mix as the concrete. I also used formulas and developed graphs to determine the certain amount weight it would cause deflection in the bridge.
Clubs & Organizations:
oAcademic Honor Societies: The Society for Collegiate Leadership & Achievement
oNational Society of High School Scholars
oWVWC Honor Society
oPhi Theta Kappa Honor Society
oMember, Black Student Union, Fellowship of Christian Athletes
oTeam Captain, West Virginia Wesleyan Bobcats Football Team
Defensive Line Coach at King George High School
Jan-Pro Cleaning Service (Summer/Part-Time)
Cleaning and supplying designated building areas
Safely operated equipment such as vacuum cleaners, floor buffers, and carpet machines.
Keep all janitorial equipment in a clean, safe, and operable condition
College Summer Institution (Simventions)
Responded to mock RKP on Requirement Management, Quality Control, Cyber Security, System Design and Integration, and Model-based systems.
Provided services to those less fortunate throughout the school year by separating clothes and categorizing them in the store
“Get up and get moving”
The football team would go to the elementary schools in Buckhannon, WV. We would talk to the kids and play games with them. We would normally go 3-4 times a month.
The reason we started this program was to reconnect with the community and provide the kids a role model to look up too. We would talk to them about life, grades and any concern that they needed help with. It was a very humbling experience because you were in their shoes before and realized how important what the words you say to them are.
oNCAA Division II All-American Recognition By Don Hansen
oMountain East Conference (MEC) Don Hansen All-Super Region 1 Honors in college
oTwo-Time All-Conference Defensive Tackle in college
oTwo-Time Defensive Player of the Year in High School (Patriot Conference)
oTwo-Time All-State in High School (DL/LB).